Katrina: Force of nature or
Pocatello weatherman wants to know
Pocatello weatherman Scott Stevens is thoroughly convinced that
Hurricane Katrina was a terrorist attack committed by Japan or
maybe Russia driven to the New Orleans coast to take down the
U.S. economy. He also says the United States attempted but failed in
its counter-measures to defend itself against her wrath. Stevens is
not crazy. Heıs quite smart, thoughtful, and, most of all, patient
as he carefully explains quantum physics to a 10th grade math
drop-out. But Stevens admits that it may take several iterations of
his theories, not to mention time, to intrigue even his colleagues.
And heıs happy to wait. If thereıs time. He predicts a catastrophic
earthquake to shake southern California in the very near future,
which will further hasten our economic demise.
The day after explaining his controversial Katrina theories in an
Aug. 30 interview with George Noory on Art Bellıs ³Coast to Coast
AM² radio show, Planet Jackson Hole found Stevens in his KPVI News
Channel 6 office scrambling to accommodate the barrage of interview
requests from across the country. Stevens managed to escape and
answer a few questions from the Planet.
Planet Jackson Hole: Explain your theories about Hurricane
SS: Oh boy, since we now that there is an energy based
technology that is capable of altering, managing, and even
initiating the development of tropical storms like Katrina. Itıs
very simple, once you do the background and become familiar with the
science thatıs there, my job is to observationally look at the tops
of clouds, look at the radar and see whatıs going on and there were
anomylies there suggesting that there was the hand of man involved
PJH: Youıre referring to the right angles and squares
present in the clouds?
SS: Yes, shapes you donıt find in a fluid were littered
across this particular storm. Iıve seen hurricanes with more and
then Iıve seen hurricanes with less, but this definitely had the
hand of man.
PJH: How does Russia come into play?
SS: The Russians developed the technology of weather
modification for use against the U.S. and other enemies. They have
leased this technology to other groups and itıs these other groups
who aggressively developed the cues, the targeting of weather
modification. Itıs likely one of the groups, the Japanese Yakuza,
were probably the ones responsible for Katrina. Itıs hard to know
for sure, but they have stated that they want to equalize the
situation after what we did at Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
PJH: So what are these groups trying to accomplish?
SS: Supremacy. Itıs called asymmetric warfare, where one
side is at a vast disadvantage verses another. Look at us in Iraq in
2003: That was asymmetric warfare. This is the same the same thing
except this is deployed at soft targets in the U.S., where we have
no protection. And there were in the last three deliberate
withdrawal of funds to shore up those levies.
PJH: So are you saying we, the U.S., had a hand in this
SS: No, what Iım saying is that target is even softer,
more vulnerable, and that whole oil infrastructure was given a heads
up last year with Hurricane Ivan coincidentally another
Russian sounding name but whatıs curious was that Katrina was
driven on top of the National Hurricane Center-Tropical Prediction
Center at Coral Gables, Fla., which fell under the eye of this storm
and the degree of control is that precise.
PJH: Why was New Orleans the target?
SS: New Orleans was a very soft target. Anytime you build
a city as vast as New Orleans and protect it by cement walls itıs
susceptable ... much like St. Louis was to the Mississippi in 1993,
a similar event which caused massive flooding. And the oil
infrastructure, the vast majority of the storm pointed into two
cities: New Orleans and Houston, and New Orleans took the direct
hit. Just before landfall, the eye morphed into a peanut kind of
shape where we almost had two eyes forming, one still driving water
into Lake Pontchartrain to ensure that those levies flooded, and
then the other ensuring that the Gulf Coast of Mississippi had a
PJH: So, would this be classified as a terrorist attack?
SS: Without question. Look at the results ... the only
thing comparable in recent history is the tsunami in Asia eight
PJH: Looking at the images of Katrina from above, you
mentioned anomalies. Can you explain these shapes?
SS: What weıre looking at is just geometry that wouldnıt
happen in a fluid or gas, which constitutes the atmosphere. There
shouldnıt be angles or repetitive, exactly same-sized circles at the
tops of thunderstorms. Clouds that are making these right angles
tells us that one of these angles is where the atmosphere is having
momentum being introduced to it, so itıs like a snowplow pushing and
then you get trailing off the edge of it, the dribbles behind.
PJH: In the simplest terms, is it possible to explain to
us how this is done?
SS: What is happening is this technology is blurring the
lines between the third dimension and the fourth dimension. Thereıs
this energy membrane that separates the two dimensions and this
technology plays at that point ... So it supplies [weather]
unlimited energy, and quite frankly itıs an area of research the
states has done very little about.
PJH: You say the United States has the technology to
deploy what you call ³counter measures² to divert or defend modified
weather like this, and it failed in this situation. What did we do
SS: This is just speculation... with other hurricanes
weıll often see warm areas show up in the thunderstorms warming it,
weakening it; the cloud tops are not reaching as far into the
atmosphere. There wasnıt a complete absence of it, but it wasnıt as
prevalent in this storm. Letıs just say I was disappointed in the
counter measures. We should have ended up with something like Ivan,
a good Category 2 or maybe Category 3 coming to shore. Ivanıs
southern-southwestern eyewall collapsed just before landfall ... it
was just a heavy rainer. With this one we got the ferocious winds,
the 30-foot storm surge ... and then it happened close to high tide
PJH: So good counter measures would have ensured that it
wouldnıt have come at high tide, it would have weakened before
SS: Right, and that didnıt happen. Whatıs also curious is
that the Director of Homeland Security [Michael Chertof] said
yesterday on CNN that they had been preparing for this disaster for
weeks. How do you prepare for a disaster that hasnıt yet formed in a
storm in the Bahamas? They knew it was coming ... and that means
there is a playbook with these names and with personalities
associated with these hurricane names largely already determined.
This is going to be a leap for some people to take, but itıs
something that needs to be considered ...
PJH: But if you are saying they were preparing for this
for weeks, why were they scrambling?
SS: Thatıs a good question. And why has the response been
so incompetent? I mean, if you watch the news, the response is inept
and these people in New Orleans donıt have National Guard, they
donıt have the relief efforts, and now theyıre afraid of going in
because of this developing chaos ... itıs just a lack of leadership.
PJH: Immediately after the storm, there was a lot of
chatter amongst environmentalists about global warming and how it
affected this storm. Does this influence your theories at all?
SS: I think theyıre grasping for reasons for why weıre
seeing this escalation in hurricane and bad weather activity. They
donıt have another basis or source of data to go and look at, so
they have to blame global warming ... and it has nothing to do with
it. I mean global warming, yes, will provide more water vapor for
the storm so it will get more rain, but it doesnıt account for the
intensity or the intention of where it makes landfall.
PJH: Does global warming play into any of your theories at
SS: Because this technology has introduced vast amounts of
energy thatıs drawn through that membrane I mentioned earlier,
thatıs one of the reasons why we saw a dramatic ³up kick² in this
planetıs warming beginning in the mid-ı70s, when these weather
operations began. Partially at first, then full-time in the late
ı80s. So, again, if they were aware of the technology, they would
probably look at climate change very differently.
PJH: But donıt catastrophic disasters like this happen on
a global basis all the time?
SS: They happen, but itıs the frequency and the intensity
that has changed. And the ones that show up that are strong are
directed toward population centers. And thatıs the difference. Weıre
also not building very intelligently all the way up to the coasts.
Weıre building in wetlands, weıre building in places that this
planet has historically used as buffers. We have drained them and we
have civilized them, if you want to put it that way, and this
planet, whether itıs driven by man or not, will reclaim those
locations. This disaster did not have to happen.
PJH: Whatıs your prediction for the next big disaster?
SS: Iım really thinking earthquake. Thereıs been some very
unusual activity in southern California today alone. Upwards of 300
quakes near the Salton Sea area. I donıt know whether itıs targeting
or itıs testing, whether energy is slowly being deposited in the
crusts, but thatıs an interesting area. Thereıs pipelines from
southern California, refineries, transmission lines into southern
California from Arizona and into other portions of the Southwest.
So, that would cut off Phoenix, that would cut off Yuma ... it would
be a big deal. Time is short.