Targeted pulses coming from the NEXRAD RADAR stations in Hastings / Red Cloud, Nebraska, also from Topeka, Kansas, and Enid, Oklahoma.
All pulses pointing at the same general area, hitting the area at approximately the same time.
While this was occurring, on OTHER systems (such as the weather channels storm tracking, or intellicast storm track, or UCAR storm track) all showed an actual strong cell storm detection.
The computer saw a storm on a clear day, a “ghost storm” that is. No storm actually there, clear to partly cloudy conditions actually existed. The RADAR pulses (all targeted at the same area) produced CCN (cloud condensation nuclei) .. the precursor to storm formation — molecules of water formed around a base charge of electricity.
The “charged air” attracts moisture — nature does this naturally around particles of dust in the air which become charged and attract / build up chains of molecules of H20.. which then form into rain.
RADAR transmitting electricity here…
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