Weather Modification – Klamath County Public Notice

Weather Modification – Klamath County Public Notice

KLAMATH COUNTY PUBLIC NOTICE

TOPIC:
Installation and Operation of a Weather Modification Machine

APPLICANT:
Alexander Jenkins III, Chief Scientific Strategy Officer of Oannes Research and Development Corporation, PO Box 12843, Salem, OR 97309.

BENEFICIARIES:
The residents, farmers, forest owners, and businesses in Klamath County.

THE NATURE, OBJECT, AND DESCRIPTION OF THE WEATHER MODIFICATION OPERATION:
Oannes Research and Development Corporation (ORDC) has invented, patented, tested, and insured the world’s first effective cloud making machine, which is called the Aquaelicium. It consists of a reaction chamber, lasers, piping, infrastructure, and a quantum physics formula. The Aquaelicium can add precipitation to a locality, desalinate salt water, purify contaminated water, and provide direct to pipe drinking water. It uses a new desalination technology to separate the salts out of sea water without any toxic brine waste. Its cloud making capabilities can prevent drought, famine, desertification, water scarcity, and climate change. The clouds it produces can bring rain on arid land and greatly increase yields and the amount of land which can be farmed and thereby increase a state’s and nation’s ability to feed and water its citizens. Direct to pipe water can be provided by adding a condensation chamber, which converts the vapor back to liquid water. The Aquaelicium and its infrastructure are far cheaper to build than a desalination plant, and it can produce up to 20 times the water volume of a desalination facility. The system can be run up to 20 hours per day or can customize the amount of clouds and water provided. ORDC will charge fees for fabrication, maintenance, and batch processing, but will donate the water and clouds produced for FREE.

PROJECT PROPOSAL OF OANNES RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION:
Initially install an Aquaelicium in 2 locations in Oregon: One along the southern Oregon coast (for example in Brookings or Gold Beach) and the other in Klamath County (for example along the shore of Upper Klamath Lake). Knowing that Oregon’s beaches are publicly owned, the intake pipe of the Aquaelicium can be buried under the sand or placed in a deep hole close to the shoreline, so that it is not an eyesore. The coastal installation will desalinate ocean water and provide 2 products: clouds and direct to pipe drinkable fresh water. The cloud production function will operate only when the prevailing wind direction is blowing from west to east, so that the clouds will move easterly and inland over southern Oregon. As the coastal lowlands and coast range east of the southern Oregon coast become more moist from the increase in precipitation, the air will cool and become more humid and produce more clouds on its own, and the clouds will travel further and further east. The direct to pipe portion of the project could provide the following possible sub-projects: (a) tanker trucks could be filled with water from the Aquaelicium and be driven to Klamath County or elsewhere to be unloaded where needed; (b) a new water bottling company could be established to sell and distribute water to retail and commercial outlets in SW Oregon; (c) studies could be conducted evaluating the feasibility of the Aquaelicium becoming the source for municipal water purification, because the Aquaelicium purifies water without the use of dangerous chemicals; (d) part of the water from the Aquaelicium could be used to refill depleted aquifers. The aquifer refill sub-project could include but not be limited to the following: (a) mapping the aquifers in the southern Oregon counties; (b) filling the aquifer closest to the coast first; (c) then filling the next aquifer to the east, and continuing eastward until the aquifers in Klamath County are reached. Alternatively, a pipeline that spans between the Aqualicium on the Oregon coast all the way to Klamath County could be laid, so that the desalinated water could be pumped from the Oregon coast to Klamath County and further eastward on a regular basis. The Klamath County portion of the project could include but not be limited to the following: (a) conducting water processing experiments in Upper Klamath Lake to evaluate whether the Aquaelicium can destroy the toxic algae and cyanide bacteria in the lake to make it safe for both the fish and for human water sports; (b) studies could be conducted evaluating the feasibility of the Aquaelicium becoming the source for municipal water purification in the cities of Klamath County, because the Aquaelicium purifies water without the use of dangerous chemicals. All operations of the Aquaelicium in Klamath County shall be subject to the rules in ORS Chapter 558: Weather Modification.

OTHER BENEFITS OF THE ABOVE PROJECT:
The increased precipitation will reduce the occurrence of forest fires. It will increase yields on existing farms and open new areas that can be farmed. It will provide an inexhaustible new source of fresh water (the Pacific Ocean), which can be trucked or piped to wherever it is needed in Oregon. It will provide an inexhaustible source of fresh water to refill aquifers, so that farmers can increase irrigation and provide plenty of drinking water for their livestock. It will provide a vital resource for farmers to prosper, and it will decrease the number of bankruptcies and forced farm sales among Oregon’s farmers. The Aquaelicium produces Plasma Activated Water, which has proven purifying and healing properties. The installations of Aquaeliciums will increase local job opportunities, because ORDC will hire local contractors and subcontractors to build the infrastructure at the installation sites.

METHODS, EQUIPMENT, AND MATERIALS TO BE USED:
Approximately 20 Acres of land, on which to install the infrastructure. The site in Klamath County could be along the shore of a large lake or a substantial river. The site on the Oregon coast could be along the ocean shoreline or within a bay or a short distance up river from a river’s flow into the ocean and within the tidewater zone. One Aquaelicium vapor production chamber, made from sandwiched layers of highly rated and strengthened heat resistant materials: Tungsten, Molybdenom, Astroquartz, Graphite, Frit Ceramic, Niobium, and Titanium, outfitted with a laser rack within the chamber. In Model A 4 blue-violet spectrum lasers, 488nm 1000mW Blue Fiber Coupled Laser CW/Modulation. Viewing these lasers with the naked eye results in immediate blindness, and touching the vapor escaping from the reaction chamber results in severe burns. Therefore the site is security fenced and has on-site guards, the reaction chamber is housed inside an exterior shell building to prevent unauthorized access, and the Aquaelicium is run remotely. A metal condensation chamber to convert the vapor back to liquid water. Several high volume water pumps, with a combined capacity of 50 million gallons per hour maximum. Two 50 million gallon reservoirs, one for the water raw material, with one aperture access into the Aquaelicium vapor production chamber, and the other reservoir for collecting the fresh water processed by the Aquaelicium. Piping from the water source to the raw material reservoir, from the raw material reservoir to the Aquaelicium, and from the Aquaelicium to the fresh water reservoir. One exterior shell building around the Aquaelicium, anchored to a concrete foundation, to protect and steady the vapor production assembly from the extreme conditions within. Wifi/Bluetooth control with satellite communications and observation systems for direct command and control over all sites, in real time, without giving any direct control to individual sites. Security systems and cyber security systems, with secondary redundant system for emergency control, all composed of CCTV/thermal imaging for low visibility operation, point of entry facial recognition, encryption, secure coded, along with alert systems and alarms. Security fencing around the entire infrastructure, along with a gate and guard house. A road to and within the infrastructure site. Electricity, sewer, and water to and within the site to power the Aquaelicium and provide utilities for the guards. The flowchart of the methods of operation for the Aquaelicium installed on the coast will be as follows: (a) salt water will be pumped from the ocean into the salt water reservoir; (b) the salt water reservoir is slightly higher than the reaction chamber, and the salt water will flow from the salt water reservoir to the reaction chamber when the aperture is opened; (c) the lasers in the reaction chamber vaporize the salt water and separate the salts from the water vapor; (d) the vapors are released from the open top of the reaction chamber as clouds, or the vapors are collected in the condensation chamber and converted back to liquid fresh water; (e) the condensation chamber empties the condensed water into the fresh water reservoir; and (f) the fresh water in the fresh water reservoir flows into the municipal water system, and/or is pumped into tanker trucks to be transported to Klamath County or wherever needed. The flowchart of the operation of the Aquaelicium in Klamath County will be basically the same, except that Aquaelicium will not be desalinating salt water, but rather purifying fresh water.

LOCATIONS AND TIMES OF OPERATION:
The specific location has not been selected and approved yet. However, the shoreline of any large lake or substantial river will be suitable. The times of operation will be customizable to the needs of the municipality and any other government entities which will be involved with or served by the operation of the Aquaelicium. A one hour run or batch produces approximately 48,000,000 gallons of water. The maximum operational time is 20 hours per day, based on the following repeating cycle: 4 one hour batches, then 1 hour to conduct maintenance inspections on all components and to make any needed repairs. One other variable factor which affects the timing of operations is weather conditions. Cloud production will only be done when the prevailing wind direction will move the clouds to locations that need precipitation. Cloud production will not be done during storms or during natural precipitation events, in order to protect the public from storm damage. Satellite monitoring of the weather will provide the data to make prudent operation timing decisions. Direct to pipe water production can be done nearly constantly, under most weather conditions.

THE AREA(S) AFFECTED BY THE OPERATION OF THE AQUAELICIUM Klamath County will experience an increase in precipitation, as the clouds produced by the Aquaelicium on the coast move eastward over southern Oregon. If the operation of the Aquaelicium proves to be effective in reducing the toxic algae and cyanide bacteria in Upper Klamath Lake, this lake could again become safe for the fish therein and for human water sports. If the tanker truck project or the pipe laying project are initiated, then fresh water from the operation of the Aquaelicium on the southern Oregon coast will be transported from Curry County to Klamath County to be distributed where needed. If the west to east aquifer filling project is taken on, then Curry, Josephine, Jackson, and Klamath Counties will experience an increase in available ground water.

THE TIME AND PLACE OF THE KLAMATH COUNTY PUBLIC HEARING
Date and Time:
August 22,2022 at 8:30 AM
Place: USDA Service Center, 1945 Main Street, Klamath Falls, OR 97601 Virtual/E-mail: This public hearing will also be available virtually for listening and public comment. Please email eric.nusbaum@oda.oregon.gov to receive the link to the virtual option. Email comments may also be sent to the above email address by 5pm on August 22, 2022. #20680 August 12, 19, 2022

Source: https://www.heraldandnews.com/classifieds/legals/legals/20680—weather-modification/ad_e192f90a-ad6a-5df3-8a77-14f4d164eeae.html

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