ETHERIC RAIN ENGINEERING GETS AIRBORNE
Effective airborne etheric translators were designed in 1994, initiating a revolutionary advance in etheric rain engineering. "Bull" translators are under four feet long, with small cross-section and light weight. Skilled pilots reported no change in flight characteristics from wing strut installations, but the ability of these powerful translators to evoke violent weather very rapidly in tropical locales, necessitated in-flight deactivation of the translators. Safety required no less. Modified devices were moved INSIDE the aircraft cabin, and a simple procedure permitted in-flight deactivation.
Airborne tests in Hawaii and Malaysia, proved that mobile rain engineering techniques developed in 14 years of high seas rain engineering experiments are far more effective in the airborne mode. The higher velocity of aircraft, the longer horizon from the air, and infinite heading control, produced visible weather reactions and rainfall with unprecedented rapidity. Targeting of the rainfall drop area also became feasible. 1998 Malaysian experience confirmed this.
NO CHEMICALS, ELECTRIC POWER OR ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION IN ANY FORM ARE UTILIZED. THESE NATURAL TECHNIQUES ARE ENVIRONMENTALLY PURE.
Etheric rain engineering now has a powerful new dimension. Vast droughted territories in equatoria may now be accessed by aircraft equipped for etheric rain engineering. Existing clouds are not required. These techniques generate their own clouds, from zero if need be. New technical resources exist to deal with tropical droughts in the here-now, together with the unique operating acumen and experience to apply these resources effectively.
WORLD HISTORICAL RENOWN AWAITS THE VISIONARY LEADER WHO FIRST USES THIS TECHNOLOGY AGAINST DROUGHT PROBLEMS THAT HAVE DEFEATED AND HUMILIATED CONVENTIONAL "HI TECH."
1990-2010 Trevor James Constable / Etheric Rain Engineering
Updated May 20, 2010
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