Flashback: Rain-making link to killer floods


30 August 2001

Thirty-five deaths in the infamous Lynmouth flood disaster came only days after RAF rain-making experiments over southern England, it has emerged.

Ninety million tonnes of water swept down the narrow valley into Lynmouth on 15 August, 1952, destroying whole buildings.

Now, a BBC investigation has confirmed that secret experiments were causing heavy rainfall.

Classified documents on the trials have gone missing, but people involved have told their story for the BBC Radio Four’s Document programme.

Click here to listen to the programme.


More: http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/1516880.stm




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About Clare Swinney

Interested in what is really going on, not that promoted as "truth" by the corrupt mainstream media.
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One Response to Flashback: Rain-making link to killer floods

  1. Sarah says:

    They were lying then, are lying now and will lie in the future. We gave the power to them and now what are we going to do about it? It really is important to talk to other people and share our awareness, how ever recycling the same political systems only puts us on replay. It is time that women take far more responsibility, time for EQUAL GENDER GOVERNMENTS world wide. The generally peaceable and honest social group of women consists of half the worlds population and yet they have no real say in the actual management of our planet. Yes there are women in politics but they are token at four men to one woman.

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