Thursday 6 November 2014

£97m supercomputer to control the weather

28 October 2014

A new £97m Met Office supercomputer will cement the UK's position as a world leader in weather and climate prediction control and modification

The weather's volatility has long been a popular British conversation topic - but the Government's plans for a new £97m supercomputer unveiled today will cement the UK's position as a world leader in weather and climate prediction.

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£97 million for a supercomputer to "predict" the weather?  Really...?!

With the UK Nexrad Doppler Radar network due to be fully upgraded to dual polarization over the next few years it's no coincidence that they need to waste so much money on a control centre as our weather is going to get much worse once they can control the vertical as well as horizontal plane...

Expect the extreme weather and climate change lies to continue over the next few years, insurance companies to cash in on the destruction, killer GMO food to get brought in due to the ruining of crops due to excess flooding and the Government to use the distractions of weather to continue playing god and fully controlling as many aspects of our lives as possible.

Unfortunately that includes the climate and weather of our planet which now sees manufactured storms, chemtrail nano-particle geoeingeering, mass water vapour generation (WV Gen) and Nexrad doppler radar network, phased array facilities, ionospheric heaters and satellites all work in conjunction to pretend that everything is just part of "man made climate change" when the reality is much worse.

You never know, with a £97m supercomputer coming online soon maybe the quality of Met Office data and forecasts will improve and move on from the 1970's...

Then again why complicate things and give us better data to analyze when the majority already take the weather for granted and buy the lies of the mainstream media, Met Office and government hook, line and sinker every day.

You can be sure of one thing though, the UK Nexrad doppler radar network will continue to do the dirty work without anyone noticing...

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