by Aaron Kesel, Activist Post
Documents leaked to me earlier today seem to suggest that there were cloud seeding operations going on in West Texas on August 24th one day before Hurricane Harvey hit nearly destroying some areas of Texas, flooding whole neighborhoods.
The document was found to be uploaded to the West Texas Weather Modification’s alleged website showing that there was a cloud seeding operation that may have further amplified Hurricane Harvey which touched down only the next day after the cloud seeding occurred.
“Southwesterly flow aloft will work in conjunction with abundant surface moisture to help initiate a shower and storms. It appears the best shot will be across western sections of Trans-Pecos where a weak dryline is set up,” the document reads.
The document goes on to state that the team of scientists saw a “window of opportunity” in Culberson/Reeves County for seeding.
They then fired six glaciogenic flares over Reeves County; this was the first day seeding in August and the eighth in the season, according to the document.
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