Американский Научный Журнал WEATHER CONTROL BY ELECTRIZATION OF THE ATMOSPHERE

Abstract. the article presents some results of experimental use of electric technology of weather control (elattechnology). the technology is built on a new theory of earth, atmospheric and space electricity, from which it follows that meteorological processes largely depend on the electrical state of the atmosphere and that with a small expenditure of energy, it is possible to control the weather and climate. experimental verification of the technology was conducted in the form of commercial works and field experiments in mexico in 1996-2010. in the course of the works, precipitation was increased in the northern and central states of mexico; several reservoirs of the country were filled; forest fires were decreased in the northern states and on the yucatan peninsula; the ability to eliminate smog in mexico city and fog in the toluca airport was demonstrated; the predicted flood in mexico city had been avoided; some results of the weakening of hurricanes in the eastern coast of the pacific ocean and the caribbean are presented Скачать в формате PDF
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WEATHER CONTROL BY E LECTRIZATION OF THE ATMOSPHERE

Grachev Vladimir A.
Global Ecology Center, Faculty of Global Studies, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, Russian
Federation
Dominguez Mario M., Pokhmelnykh Lev A.
Soluciónes Climaticas Avanzadas, Naucalpan de Juárez Area, Mexico

Abstract. the article presents some results of experimental use of electric technology of weather control (elat -
technology). the technology is built on a new theory of earth, atmospheric and space ele ctricity, from which it
follows that meteorological processes largely depend on the electrical state of the atmosphere and that with a small
expenditure of energy, it is possible to control the weather and climate. experimental verification of the technolo gy
was conducted in the form of commercial works and field experiments in mexico in 1996 -2010. in th e course of
the works, precipitation was increased in the northern and central states of mexico; several reservoirs of the country
were filled; forest fires were decreased in the northern states and on the yucatan peninsula; the ability to eliminate
smog i n mexico city and fog in the toluca airport was demonstrated; the predicted flood in mexico city had been
avoided; some results of the weakening of hurrican es in the eastern coast of the pacific ocean and the caribbean
are presented.
Key words: Energy, at mosphere, electrification, precipitation, smog, forest fires, reservoirs, hurricanes,
global warming.

1. INTRODUCTION
In recent decades, global climate change has
acquired political significance and has become a
universal passion for "global warming". G lobal
warming is undeniably observed, but its cause,
officially declared in 1997 in Kyoto, – the greenho use
effect – does not reflect reality and is not recognized by
experts who remain in minority. In an in -depth
scientific analysis, the accepted explanat ion of the
global warming does not stand up to criticism and is
increasingly presented as an internation al business on
quotas of CO 2 emissions into the atmosphere, as
financial speculation on the credulity of the population.
The priority of corporate and b usiness interests
manifests in many areas of the environment and energy:
the cloud seeding chemical powd ers dispersion from
aircrafts for the purpose of rain blocking or making
costs to the countries impressive sums with minimum
or zero effect. For 20 year s it has been known about the
existence of a new electrodynamic theory and
promising ELAT -technology [1 -3] which is able to
eliminate the main cause of forest fires – drought – by
creating humid flow from oceans and increasing the
moisture content of fores t wood to a safe level.
However, the theory is still ignored, and the technology
has just come into bein g in some countries. For the
same reason, the development of a closed nuclear fuel
cycle (Lockheed Martin thermonuclear reactor or
LERN – transmutation of elements from the middle of
the periodic table (Ni)) is hampered in the energy sector
by the oil lobb y. Under the pressure of short -term
corporate economic benefits, the fundamental strategic
problems of mankind are not solved: lack of fresh water
and e nergy, global warming and deterioration of
environment.
The science of weather management has a long
his tory. Purposefully it began to develop in the second
half of the 20th century. In [4], the opinion was
expressed that a series of climate disasters bega n in
1960 at the same time as there appeared the CIA reports
claiming that the government was already ca pable of
managing weather for military purposes. The author
concluded that reading the CIA report, it was difficult
to get rid of the idea that many cli mate changes in
recent years could well be the result of military
experiments.
Lockhart Gary said [5] th at, on the one hand, we
can artificially influence the atmosphere with low
power radiation. On the other hand, Charles Yost noted
[6] that we know that Northern lights flashes affect
weather conditions. If significant disturbances are
observed in the ionos phere, the lower atmosphere
layers subsequently change their state as well.
Two scientists from Stanford University's
radiation physics laboratory, C. C hang and U.C. Iman,
provide evidence of possibility of influence on the
weather by means of electromagne tic radiation from
the Earth [7]. They published a number of papers
describing an avalanche of electrons from the
magnetosphere. From their point of vie w, this
avalanche of particles can generate secondary
ionization, stimulate radiation in the X -ray range and
cause significant disturbances in the lower layers of the
ionosphere.
In 1974, Dr. Robert Halliwell and Gene
Katsufrakis of Stanford University's e lectromagnetism
laboratories have shown that ultra -low radio waves can
cause oscillations in the magneto sphere. They
conducted experiments in Antarctica using a 20 -
kilometer antenna and an amplifier that generated
signals at a frequency of 5 kilohertz, all owed them to
establish that the processes in the magnetosphere are
really affected by such radiation and it causes a flow of
high -energy particles, an avalanche falling into the
Earth's atmosphere. By turning the signal on and off,
scientists could start a nd stop the particle flow.
According to Frederic Jueneman: “The theoretical
implication suggested by the ir work is that global

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weather control can be attained by the injection of
relatively small ‘signals’ into the Van Allen belts
(radiation belts around E arth) – something like a super -
transistor effect” [8].
Now we are in a situation similar to the one that
happened almost a century ago, when in 1933, Einstein
claimed that there were no signs that humanity could
use atomic energy. At the same time, in 1932 , V. I.
Vernadsky wrote to I. V. Stalin about the need for
extensive research in the field of radioactiv ity. Back in
1910, he insisted at the Academy of Sciences on the
need to develop such research. In 1922, he wrote [9]:
"We approach a great revolution i n the life of the
mankind, to which nothing experienced earlier can be
compared. The time when a man wil l master atomic
energy, a powerful source that will allow him to build
up his life in accordance with his desire, is not far. It
can happen within the c oming years or it can happen in
a century. But it is absolutely clear that it will have to
happen. Will a man manage to make use of this power,
to direct it to good purpose but not at self -destruction?”
2. MATERIALS AND MET HODS
2.1. The New Electrodynamic Theory and
Weather Control Technology
The main drawback of many years of efforts to
create a technology of weather and climate control was
that the experimental work was carried out by methods
and technical means, the energy capabilities of which
were inco mparably small relatively to the total capacity
of the natural channels of energy inflow into the
atmosp here. And the main instability of the atmosphere
was not used due to the defect of some initial theoretical
assumptions. To maintain the current air tem perature,
the power of natural channels of energy inflow into the
atmosphere is estimated equal to Ра = 1017 W, while
the power of all electric plants on the earth is Рe = 1012
W.
Without these figures and a proper understanding
of the functioning of therm odynamic processes in the
atmosphere, all attempts of previous decades to create
a weather control techn ology were doomed to failure.
In 1989, at the First International Congress on
Geo -cosmic Relations in Amsterdam, the Soviet
physicist Dr. Lev Pokhmelny kh, a graduate of
Lomonosov Moscow State University, demonstrated
the existence of defects in the record of the basic law of
physics – Coulomb's law [1]:
�= 1
4�0�1�21
�2. (1)
Attention was drawn to the inconsistency of the
record with the short -range principle in interaction: 1)
in the Coulomb’s record, the matter present between the
interacting charges is assumed to be absolutely
transparent for the static field, 2) the parameters
describing a particle (or body) as a source of the central
field and as an object of the external field influence do
not differ. After the elimination of th ese defects, the
record of central interaction between two charges
becomes as follows:
�= �� 1
�2exp ⁡(−�0�1
�), (2)
where f – the chara cteristic of the particle as the
source of the central field (unity of force);
s – effective area of interaction of a particle with
an external field (unity of surface);
ρ0 – mass density of the medium between particles;
r – distance between particles;
α – the constant of central field attenuation by the
material medium (kg/m 2).
The attenuation of a field by matter is alw ays
described by an exponential dependence. Values of α
are different for electron and proton central fields [10].
In differential form, t he record (2) is expressed by
equality:
��� = − 1
4�04���(�
�−�0�0), (3)
where E – the electric field strength;
q, ρ – the charge and mass densities in the
divergence volume;
qo, ρo – are the charge and mass densities in t he
environment;
ρm – the mass density in the medium of field
measurement.
From (3) it follows that the electrodyna mic
equilibrium between medium and the volume of
divergence, including between medium and a body, has
to be: �
�= �0�0, (4)
wh ich differs from the equilibrium condition of
classical electrodynamics q = 0.
In 1981, an experimental verification of the
consequences of two theories was carried out, and
showed the feasibility of the condition (4). The new
record of the Central interac tion law allowed
developing a new mathematical apparatus of
electrodynamics and a new model of the electric state
of the Earth , its atmosphere, Sun and space [10,11].
One of the consequences of the new theory in
atmospheric physics is the conclusion that
meteorological processes depend on the electric state of
the atmosphere. Over the last century, this relationship
has been assu med to be the reverse, i.e. that
atmospheric electricity is generated by atmospheric
processes (the so -called thunderstorm hypothe sis); this
assumed dependence did not allow to influence on
meteorological processes by electricity.
New theory of atmospheri c electricity opened the
possibility of controlling meteorological processes by
changing the electric state of the atmosphere with
electronic currents from the ground stations. The logic
of the theory and technology is as follows. A significant
part of the solar radiation coming to the Earth is spent
on evaporation of water from oceans. After evaporation
each water molecule contains potential energy –
evaporation energy in specific amount of 539 Cal/g or
0.4 eV per water molecule. In the reverse phase
trans ition of water vapor into liquid aerosol particles,
this energy is converted into heat of the atmosphere.
Estimation of various ch annels of energy supply to the
atmosphere (Table 1) shows that about half of energy
warming the atmosphere is the heat of vapo r
condensation in a liquid aerosol [12].

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Table 1
SOURCES OF ENERGY SU PPLY TO THE ATMOSPHE RE
Source of energy warming the atmosph ere Amount of energy, W/m 2
Direct absorption of solar radiation 80
Heat of vapor condensation in liquid aerosol 88
Convective heat exchange with earth 17
Total 185
There is a phenomenon that allows us to control
the half of heat incoming into the atm osphere by water
vapor condensation: liquid aerosol particles appear and
grow only on the centers of condensation. For many
decades, meteorologists believe that the only sea salt
and dust of various origins are able to be the centers of
condensation in the atmosphere. The non -recognition
of charged particle s to be centers of condensation is
justified by the existence of the so -called surface
tension of water, in view of which the particles of small
radius allegedly have no chance of long -term existence
in t he Earth's atmosphere and must evaporate.
At that, o ne should remember that the water
molecule is an electric dipole and that at small distances
from the elementary charge (about 100 radii of the
hydrogen atom), the electrical interaction of the water
mole cule with an electron or ion exceeds the kinetic
ene rgy of the thermal motion of air molecules. Thus,
elementary charges can play the role of condensation
centers in the atmosphere and aerosol particles must
appear and grow on electrons and ions. This conc lusion
is confirmed experimentally [13].
According t o the new theory, the main centers of
vapor condensation in the aerosol in the lower
atmosphere are electrons of air conductivity. The
introduction of additional electrons into the atmosphere
or removal o f part of the electrons from the atmosphere
should b e accompanied by an acceleration or
deceleration of the vapor condensation into the aerosol
and, accordingly, an increase or decrease in the power
of the condensation heat entering the atmosphere. In
addi tion, the concentration of electrons in the
atmosphe re determines the process of cloud formation
and, consequently, the degree of cloud cover of the
atmosphere. The albedo of the Earth depends on this
parameter, i.e. the total amount of solar energy enteri ng
the Earth.
The energy, required for the emission of one
electron into the atmosphere from a conductive solid or
liquid surface, is equal to the fractions of eV, i.e.
approximately equal to the evaporation energy of one
water molecule, therefore the cond ensation heat W a,
coming into the atmosphere during the aerosol particle
formation and growing on the electron to submicron or
micron size, is 10 8-10 11 times bigger (in the number of
water molecules in the aerosol particle) than the
electron emission energ y W e:
��= (10 8−10 11)��. (5)
It is believed that up to micron size liquid aerosol
particles are growing due to condensation. The
proportion (5) is greater than that in nuclear fission
reactions of heavy elements when exposed to cold
neutrons (10 6–10 8). It follows from (5) that with 10 W
of electrons emission power the energy power heating
the atmosphere is equal to the power of all electric
stations on the Earth. To create noticeable effects in a
global scale, for example, to raise the temper ature of
the entire Earth's atmosphere by 1 degree, the power of
the energy inflow into the atmosphere must be:
Р1=Ра·(1/273) ≈ 3.7·10 14 W.
It means that 370 ELAT -stations of the mentioned
power of electron emission are able to develop such
income of ener gy. Thus, the impact on the entire Earth's
atmosphere by electricity is a solved technical problem.
In addition, the ELAT -station can be performed by an
order of magnitude more powerful. In this case, the
required number of stations for controlling the
the rmodynami cs of the atmosphere is reduced by the
same number of times.
Stopping global warming is among the problems
that can be solved by the ELAT -technology. In
addition, the new theory and technology offer the
opportunity to solve other acute problems o f weather ,
climate, water and air purity, faced by countries and
humanity as a whole.
2.2. ELAT -station
The main tool of the technology is an electric
current generator to or from the atmosphere – ELAT -
station (the technology was also named ELAT), where
EL AT stands for electrizer of atmosphere [2,3]. ELAT -
station consists of a DC high voltage source and an
antenna – a network of thin emission wires suspended
at some height above the ground. When a constant
negative potential is applied to the wire relative to the
ground, the electric field strength at the wire surface
increases and a conduction current or a quiet corona
discharge occurs between the wire and atmospheric air.
Electrons are carried through the atmosphere by
electric fields and non -electric proc esses (di ffusion,
convection, wind). The change in the electrical state of
the atmosphere involves the earth's surface and the
upper conductive layers of the atmosphere. With a
positive potential on the wire, the electrons are removed
from the atmospheric air. The area occupied by the
antenna of the standard installation is 4 ha. The antenna
can occupy a circle with a radius of 100 m with a central
relatively high mast in the center and several peripheral
masts in a circle, between which the emission wires are
radia lly stretched. The antenna can also be in the form
of parallel wires stretched above the ground, or even
consist of a single wire [2,3].
ELAT -station works in any weather at any
temperature and humidity. Power consumption does
not exceed 1 kW. The radius o f influence is in the range
of 10 -1000 km. The station’s work does not have any
influence on health of workers or electronic systems,
because uses constant voltage and current. Figure 1
shows the elements of the ELAT -station built in China.

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Fig ure 1 Elements of ELAT -station (Chengdu, China). Left to right: central mast – peripheral mast with
insulator – high voltage equipment – room for power equipment

Since 1990 the ELAT -technology and techniques
have been experimentally used for demonstratio n and
solving important economic and environmental
problems in different countries:
- Jordan (demonstration of rain creation);
- Argentina (experimental work on protection of
vine yards from hail);
- Mexico (experimental work on the rain creation,
preventio n of forest fires, filling reservoirs, prevention
of fog at the airport, protection of the coast from
hurricanes, cleaning of a city from smog);
- Cuba (commercial work on rain cr eation,
protection of the island from hurricanes);
- Israel (creation of prec ipitation, filling of
reservoirs);
- China (cleaning of cities from smog and
precipitation creation).
Below there are some of the results of the work in
Mexico performed by Soluciónes Climaticas
Avanzadas (SCA) company.
3. RESULTS OF ELAT -TECHNOLOGY
APPLI CATION IN MEXICO
3.1. Increase in Precipitation
In Mexico, ELAT -technology has been applied
since 1996. Figure 2 demonstrates the results of the first
application of the tech nology in Sonora state. The work
was carried out using a single installation locat ed in the
vicinity of the city of Puerto de Libertad in July 1996
and 1998. As a result, in July, the same month the work
was performed, there was a doubling of precipitation
compared to the monthly precipitation statistics for the
last 8 years in July. Fo r comparison, the diagram also
shows monthly precipitation in June, i.e. in the month
without impact.

Figure 2 The amount of precipitation in June and July in different years in the state of Sonora.
Source: National Water Commission

By stimulating pr ecipitation for a number of years,
favorable conditions for agriculture were created in the
states of Mexico: Sonora, Chihuahua, Coahuila, Nuevo
Leon, Durango, Zacatecas and Aguascalientes. As a
result, for three years in the state of Coahuila there was
a multiple increase in the harvest of honey, and the
cotton crop reached a record high, the number of cattle
in the pastures incre ased in weight, the reservoirs were
filled with water, the area of forest fires significantly
reduced.
Results of the work to s timulate additional
precipitation in the Mexican states were estimated by
statistical methods of comparison of precipitation in
previous years in the neighboring states of Jalisco,
Nayarit and Sinaloa (without ELAT application) (Table
2). 100% is the avera ge amount of precipitation in
previous years without ELAT application.

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Table 2
DATA ON PRECIPITATION IN CER TAIN STATES OF MEXIC O WITH AND WITHOUT
APPLICATION OF THE E LAT -TECHNOLOGY
States of Mexico Years Precipitation relative to the long -term average ann ual, %
With electrization of atmosphere
Aguascalientes 2000 -2004 +51
Coahuila 2000 -2006 +30
Chihuahua 2000 -2004 +45
Durango 2000 -2004 +11
Nuevo Leon 2000 -2004 +12
Puebla 2005 -2006 +4
Sonora 2004 -2006 +2
Zacatecas 2000 -2004 +25
Mean +23
Without electrization of atmosphere
Jalisco 2000 -2006 -1
Nayarit 2000 -2006 -8
Sinaloa 2000 -2006 -36
Mean -15
Data from official sources on the filling of
reservoirs in four Mexican states in the years of ELAT -
technology application and without ELAT applicat ion
are presented in Figure 3. The work was carried out
during the driest months of the year in Mexico
(Febr uary -April).

Figure 3 Filling of reservoirs in four states of Mexico in different years. Blue columns are the periods of the
ELAT -technology app lication.
Source: National Water Commission

The ELAT -technol ogy was used to fill the
reservoir of hydroelectric power plant, Infiernillo. This
work was done by prior agreement with the Federal
government, so it was documented in more details. The
work wa s performed in February -April 2008. The task
was to create pre cipitation on the water intake area of
the Balsas River which is filling the HPP reservoir.
Three ELAT -stations were used, they were located on
the west coast of Mexico near the HPP. Figure 4
represents a satellite image of the effect of moisture
transfer from the Pacific aquatic area to Mexico, taken
in April 2008 in the frequency of water vapor.

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Figure 4 Transfer of moisture from the Pacific ocean to Mexico when using ELAT -technology on the Mexican
coast. The location of the units is indicated by a white dot

Data on the amount of precipitation on the water
intake area of the Balsas River (Central States of
Mexico) for three months of the ELAT operation in
2008 and for the period in 2007 wit hout the ELAT
impact are presented in Figure 5.

Figure 5 The total amount of precipitation on the water intake area of the Balsas River in 2007 (the year without
the ELAT -technology use) and in 2008 (the year the ELAT -technology was used).
Source: Fede ral Electricity Commission of Mexico

According to the principle of impact on the
atmosphere, the ELAT installation is a small high
voltage electric line with a load in the form of active
resist ance of the atmosphere. From this it follows that
all network s of high voltage power lines with non -zero
emission of electrons into the atmosphere should affect
the atmosphere as an ELAT -station. Sometimes the
effect of electric power lines on the atmosphe re is very
noticeable. Figure 6 presents a satellite image of clouds
in the Volga and the Aral Sea regions.

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Figure 6 The scattering of cloud masses coming from the North -West by the high voltage transmission line of the
Volga HP P (March 21, 1991). The direction of the power line is indicated by a dashed line

The picture shows that clouds coming from the
North -West to the Aral region fail to pass the high
voltage power transmission line of the Volga HPP,
stretching to the South -West. In the South -East of the
power line, a cloudless area 800×5000 km 2 is formed.
There is reason to believe that the long -term operation
of the DC power line of the Volga HPP caused the
drying of the Aral Sea. This conclusion is co nfirmed by
the coincidence that in the year of the Volga HPP
launch – in 1965 – a sharp acceleration of the Aral Sea
shallowing occurred.
3.2. Prevention of Forest Fires
ELAT -technology is able to moisten forests in any
area, including remote or inaccessible places. This
confirms the uniqueness of the technology. Figure 7
presents the results of work on reduci ng the probability
of forest fires on the Yucatan Peninsula by i ncreasing
the moisture content of wood. The work was performed
in 2008 during the three driest months of the calendar
year (February -April). For comparison, the statistical
data of forest fire s on the Peninsula in the same months
for the previous 16 years, when the technology was not
applied, are presented. Three ELAT -stations were used
in the study.

Figure 7 Areas of forest fires on the Yucatan Peninsula. Green column is the area of forest fires on the
Peninsula during the perio d of the ELAT -technology use in February -April 2008

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3.3. Protection of the coast from hurricanes
Hurricanes cause significant damage to countries
exposed to this natural phenomenon. They create
floods, destroy hous es, roads and high voltage
transmission lines, lead to numerous victims of people
and animals, cause huge damage to agricultural crops.
For the period 1998 -2008, SCA performed
experimental application of the ELAT -technology to
weaken 20 hurricanes on the P acific coast of Me xico,
the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean. Two examples
of weakening are given below.
3.3.1 Example 1. Hurricane John, Category 2,
August 31, 2006
The hurricane moved Northwest along the Pacific
coast of Mexico, approaching the Peninsula of Baja
California. The impact was produced from one ELAT -
station located in the southern point of the Peninsula on
August 31 when the center of the hurricane was at 400
km distance. At the beginning of the station work at
16.15, the hurricane was estimat ed Category 2 on the
Saffir -Simpson scale. The forecast of National
Hurricane Center in Miami for the hurricane was
continuation in the same category. One day later a fter
the application of the ELAT -technology, the category
of hurricane was reduced to a tr opical storm. Figure 8
presents a satellite image of the hurricane 3 hours after
the ELAT -station’s 15 -minute impact from the
southern point of the Peninsula.

Figure 8 Satellite image of the Hurricane John, Category2, 2006. Left – before the ELAT -techn ology
application; right – 3 hours after 15 minutes of the ELAT -station work.
Source: Scientific Committee

3.3.2 Example 2. Hurricane Dean, Category 5,
August 2007
The hurricane was approaching the Yucatan
Peninsula from the East and was rated the highe st
category 5 hurricane. It was predicted to reach the
Cancun city coast. The impact was made by two ELAT -
inst allations, one of which was located near Cancun,
the second – 300 km to the South, in the vicinity of
Mahahual. Figure 9 shows a satellite image o f
Hurricane Dean on August 19, 2007, two days before
reaching the coast.

Figure 9 Hurricane Dean, Category 5, in the Caribbean, 2007. Blues icons indicate the position of two ELAT -
stations on the shore of the Yucatan Peninsula.
Source: Mexico National Weather Service

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Four days before the hurricane hit the coast th e
SCA -company announced its intention to reduce the
hurricane to a safe category on the high seas. The
application was officially recorded by the notary and
the International Scientific Commit tee. The process of
the Hurricane Dean weakening on the approach to the
coast of the Yucatan is visible from the loss of
symmetry on the West side, i.e. from the impact side.
The National Hurricanes Center in Miami
predicted passage of the hurricane throug h Cancun.
However, the hurricane reached the coast through the
Mahahual town.
The hurricane’s passage over the coast was
recorded by meteorological radar from Merida located
in the North -Western part of the Yucatan Peninsula
(Figure 10). The image shows a reduced reflectance of
radar signals in the center of the hurri cane, indicating a
practical lack of precipitation in the area of Mahahual.

Figure 10 Hurricane Dean, Category 5, 2007. The yellow arrow indicates the hurricane with the center in the
town of Mahahual as it passes over the ELAT -installation in a weakened state.
Source: Mexico National Water Commission

Coming of hurricanes Category 5 ashore is usually
accompanied by the fall of hundreds of high voltage
electric transmission towers. In the case of Hurricane
Dean, not a single tower was damaged. As for the
destruction and minor precipitation, Hurricane Dea n at
the first exit to the coast (Dean 1) corresponded to
Category 1. After the Yucatan Peninsula, the hurricane
entered the Gulf of Mexico , increased energy potential
and for the second time hit the coast of Mexico in the
area of Veracruz, having Category 2 (Dean 2). At that
time the ELAT -stations had already been switched off.
The second coming of Hurricane Dean ashore produced
much greater destruction, accompanied by flooding and
loss of life.
The International Scientific Committee
recognized that Hurri cane Dean had been significantly
weakened as it passed through the Yucatan. Table 3
shows the officially recognized destruction caused by
several hurricanes in Mexico: four hits without the
ELAT -stations’ impact and two with the impact (Dean
1, John).
Table 3
COMPARISON OF DESTRU CTION CAUSED BY HURR ICANES, WITH/WITHOUT ELAT -
TECHNOLOGY APPLICATI ON. SOURCE: FEDERAL ELEC TRICITY COMMISSION O F ME XICO
Hurricane Year Category ELAT -technology
application
Destructed high
voltage power l ines,
pcs
Destructed power
substations, pcs
Fallen
towers, pcs
Wilma 2005 5 No 12 9 253
Odile 2014 5 No 21 23 534
Lane 2006 5 No 7 3 194
Dean 2 2007 2 No 21 14 No d ata
Dean 1 2007 5 Yes 0 1 0
John 2006 2 Yes 0 0 0

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3.4. Fog Prevention
Figure 11 shows the correlation of fog occurrence
at the international airport of Toluca (Mexico City)
with the passage of cold fronts in November and
December 2008. Statistically, t hese two months are
most susceptible to radiation and advection fogs in
mo rning. In 2008, demonstration work was carried out
to protect the airport from morning fogs. Three ELAT -
stations located in the vicinity of the airport were used.
The work began in e arly November (Figure 11A).
During the month, the search was conducted for a
suitable location of stations and mode of operation. The
final position and operating mode were found by
03.12.2008. After this calendar date, the fogs in the
airport stopped (Fig ure 11B). As a result, in December,
the historical maximum of number of da ys without fogs
was reached in the conditions of the cold fronts
passage.

Figure 11 Correlation of fog occurrence with the periods of cold fronts passage at Toluca airport. The t ime
period 05.45h –09.45h: (A) without ELAT influen ce (November); (B) with ELAT influence (December)

3.5. Elimination of Smog
In 1998 -1999, at the suggestion of the Mexico City
government, a demonstration of smog scattering was
carried out in the city. Th e work was carried out with
the participation of the National Autonomous
University of Mexico (UNAM) using one ELAT -
installation located in the Xochimilco city park.
The ELAT -unit operated in the following mode:
two weeks on, two weeks off. The result was evaluated
according to the ozone concentration. Measurements
were made by the urban network of measuring stations
(RAMA). As a result, it was recorded that the average
level of ozone in the city decreased by 15% (Figure 12).
Calculations have shown that 4 -5 ELAT -installations
located in the vicinity of the city would be sufficient to
reduce the level of ozone to a safe level.

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Figure 12 Ozone levels in Mexico City. (A) Average monthly ozone levels in Mexico City in October in 1986 -
2000. (B) The change in ozone levels during the scattering demonstration mode (December 1998 -February
1999). Blue columns correspond to the periods of the ELAT -installations’ operation.
Source: RAMA

3.6. Flood Prevention
In 1998, a flood prevention demons tration was
held for th e Mexico City government. In mid -
September 1998, the weather service of Mexico City
predicted long -term rainfall with thunderstorms and
possibility of flooding (The city is located in a bowl of
mountains).
Work on flood prevention wa s carried out with a
single ELAT -unit located in the Xochimilco city park.
Continuous operation of the installation began on
October 1 and lasted for a month. During the period of
operation, there was a discrepancy between the forecast
and the actual preci pitation in the absence of
thunderstorms and flooding (Figure 13).

Figure 13 Predicted and actual daily precipitation in Mexico City in 1998 during the ELAT -station’s operation
in the Xochimilco park

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4. CO NCLUSION
The results of the ELAT -technology application in
Mexico evi dence the qualitative and quantitative
validity of the theory conclusion in relation to the value
of the released energy upon artificial introduction of
electrons into the atmosphere or t heir selection from the
atmosphere. The technology claims to solve
environmental, energy and agricultural problems
worldwide. The theory reinterprets a wide range of
facts in the physics of the Earth, the Sun, the cosmos,
the atom and the atomic nuclei.
Th e results obtained in Mexico suggest that the
main cause of the obser ved global warming on Earth is
the cumulative effect of high voltage power lines on the
atmosphere. If this conclusion is confirmed, humanity
will be able to move from the stage of findin g the cause
of global warming to the stage of solving the problem
tec hnically. The authors announce the possibility of
stopping further global warming and even of weather
regulation on a global, continental and regional scale.
There is reason to believe t hat a new way to
convert renewable solar energy into electricity thro ugh
improving the efficiency of hydro and wind power
plants has been found.
The implementation of the project to stop global
warming and of other ELAT -technology opportunities
requires the support of state and international scientific
and political organiz ations.

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