ANCHORAGE, Alaska (The Adobo Chronicles) – The United States is probably still decades away from being able to predict earthquakes, but it already has the technology to alter the weather and atmosphere.
The Air Force has been doing it for years as part of the $300 Million High Frequency Active Auroral Research Project (HAARP) in Gakona, Alaska.
David Walker, deputy assistant secretary of the Air Force for science, technology and engineering, dropped a bombshell in answer to a question asked during a congressional hearing in relation to the dismantling of HAARP this summer.
Walker said this is “not an area that we have any need for in the future” and it would not be a good use of Air Force research funds to keep HAARP going. “We’re moving on to other ways of managing the ionosphere, which the HAARP was really designed to do,” he said, “is to inject energy into the ionosphere to be able to actually control it. But that work has been completed.”
Indeed, the work has been completed and California has been on the receiving end of the weather-altering technology. The Golden State is now experiencing the worst drought in its history.
The Adobo Chronicles learned from confidential sources that the Air Force project was jointly funded by the Alaska state government way back when Sarah Palin was governor. She apparently was jealous that California was outpacing Alaska as the country’s largest and most successful economy. Palin wanted Alaska to have that distinction so that she would have something to boast about during her candidacy for vice president.
But everything has backfired. Aside from causing the drought in California, HAARP has also led to the unstoppable melting of ice in Alaska.
The Obama administration is reportedly preparing to sue Palin in federal court for economic sabotage and conspiracy to bring about severe weather disturbance.
Wasilla, Alaska (The Adobo Chronicles) – The Wasilla Police Department has issued an order to take Sarah Palin’s dog into protective custody after the former Alaska governor was formally charged with animal cruelty.
The charge came shortly after Palin posted on her Facebook page a photo of her 6-year-old son Trig, trying to reach the kitchen sink and using the dog — a black labrador — as a step stool.
Apparently, Palin was so amused and thought that the photo she took of Trig would be “inspirational” to her followers.
Along with the photo, Palin wrote, “Determined to help wash dishes with an oblivious mama not acknowledging his signs for ‘up!’, found me and a lazy dog blocking his way. He made his stepping stone.”
Animal cruelty is illegal in the U.S. and the local Bureau of Animal Control has the power to take away abused and battered dogs from their owners.
Wasilla does not have a separate Animal Control Department. The Wasilla Police Department doubles up as the city’s Animal Control.
Palin is set to appear before a judge on Monday. She plans to plead “not guilty.”
Seoul, South Korea (The Adobo Chronicles) – North Korea may have the sophistication to launch a cyber attack on Sony Pictures, but advisers to its leader Kim Jong-un lack the knowledge about geography.
Following the now infamous Sony Pictures hack which led to the cancellation of the Christmas Day release of the film, ‘The Interview,’ President Obama promised to respond “proportionately” to the attack, and that Washington is reviewing whether to put North Korea back on its list of state sponsors of terrorism. (The film is a comedy whose plot revolves around the assassination of the North Korean leader).
In response, North Korea has warned of strikes against the White House, Pentagon and “the whole U.S. mainland, that cesspool of terrorism.” That means Hawaii and Alaska have been spared of the threat.
The National Defense Commission, led by Kim, warned that its 1.2 million-member army is ready to use all types of warfare against the U.S.
Apparently, Kim’s close advisers didn’t know or failed to tell him that the “U.S. Mainland” does not include the 49th and 50th states of the United States.
So Americans living in Hawaii and Alaska can relax and not worry about any potential attack on their states from North Korea.