Stevens claims the Russians invented the storm-creating technology
A meteorologist in Pocatello, Idaho, claims Japanese gangsters known as the Yakuza used KGB inventions to cause Hurricane Katrina, MosNews.com reported on Friday, citing Wireless Flash.
Scott Stevens says after looking at NASA satellite photos of the hurricane, he?s is convinced it was caused by electromagnetic generators from ground-based microwave transmitters.
?There is absolutely zero chance that this is natural, zero,? Villagevoice quoted Stevens as saying after Katrina?s landfall, pointing out suspiciously rectilinear shapes in the satellite-photoed hurricane clouds
The generators emit a soundwave between three and 30 megahertz and Stevens claims the Russians invented the storm-creating technology back in 1976 and sold it to others in the late 1980s.
Stevens says the clouds formed by the generators are different from normal clouds and are able to appear out of nowhere and says Katrina had many rotation points that are unusual for hurricanes.
At least 10 nations and organizations possess the technology, but Stevens suspects the Japanese Yakuza created Katrina in order to make a fortune in the futures market and to get even with the U.S. for the 1945 bombing of Hiroshima.