Television weatherman Scott Stevens believes our weather is being controlled by outside sources. Stevens said he became convinced "something was playing in the sky" after studying visible satellite imagery that showed large weather systems with anomalous "punched out" sections and square clouds.
He pointed out that meteorologists currently struggle to provide forecasts longer than 72 hours for winter storms, suggesting their models are not accounting for the artificial conditions caused by weather manipulation. According to Stevens, the multitude of hurricanes that struck the southeastern United States appeared to be "on a schedule." He theorized that a "scalar imprint" within the hurricane clouds may demonstrate the "hand of man in a natural process."
With so many destructive storms hitting the U.S. last year, Stevens concluded that non-American entities may be controlling the weather. The Russian military has long claimed to have made significant technological advancements in its ability to modify the world's weather, and Stevens suggested we accept them at their word. The mechanism of their weather modifying technology may involve some kind of electromagnetic force, he speculated.
During the first hour, researcher Michael Horn gave an update on the Billy Meier UFO contact case. Meier claims to have met with human extraterrestrials, the Plejaren, who shared with him glimpses of our future. According to Horn, Meier has accurately predicted the spread of mad cow disease to other animals, the creation of animal-human hybrids, a nuclear power plant accident in France, and the cause of earthquake/tsunamis. The Plejaren told Meier the extraction of oil and natural gas, as well as the damming of water has lead to increased earthquake activity on the planet, Horn reported. Horn also refuted charges leveled at the Meier case from a letter Art read on air, and cited several future predictions, including the start of World War III and the invention of weather weapons.
Many climate scientists believe the melting of glaciers worldwide is a sign the planet has entered the first phase of global warming. According to Rajendra K. Pachauri, "If you go to the Himalayan peaks, the rate at which the glaciers are retreating is alarming. And this is not an isolated example. I've seen photographs of Mount Kilimanjaro 50 years ago and now. The evidence is visible."
Riggs Glacier in Muir Inlet at Alaska's Glacier Bay National Park has greatly retreated. In 1941, the glacier was 2,000 feet thick. Now, vegetation grows on the mountains around the inlet where the glacier once stood. See before and after glacier photos here.