What is project S.I.A.D. ?
Project S.I.A.D., (Storm Interception and Destruction), is a process whereby the formation of a tropical storm is interrupted by facilitating a detonation process which obstruct the elements necessary to the storm’s continued growth.
- Stage 1 - data would indicate the possible likelihood that the storm would evolve into a potential catastrophic hurricane destined for populated land mass.
- Stage 2 - data would ready all systems for launch by the appropriate Atlantic or Pacific remote launch sites.
- Stage 3 - would entail the launching of three or more UAV’s equipped with the S.I.A.D. Devices into the storm for destruction.
We intend to launch the S.I.A.D. Device into the eye-wall of a Category 1 or weaker tropical storm when forecasted to gain strength and pose a threat to us. The ensuing detonation processes would instantaneously disrupt the energy currents prevalent in the feeding and growth of these storms. By instant disorganization of the vertical draft currents and temperature inversions created by the fuel agents employed, the storm’s essential energy flows are disrupted and the storm begins to break apart. The storm’s potential for reformation and reorganization is low. Rather than allowing another catastrophic hurricane in process such as a Harvey, Irma, Sandy, Katrina, Rita, or other devastating examples throughout our past, Project S.I.A.D. mitigates the possibility of lost lives, obliterated homes and businesses, inland flooding, and the erosion of our beautiful coast lines and beaches.
Planetary Climate Changes are only going to intensify these future storms, and the destruction of our way of life when hit by these monsters can be absolutely assured if we delay our science any longer. In recent years, we are seeing category 4 and 5 hurricanes as the norm where they were once the exception to the rule; we will eventually see the “Hypercane”, category storms that will range from a category 6 and beyond! Those will leave nothing left after their routes of destruction. Our Earth has experienced its hottest temperatures ever recorded and it’s going to intensify in heat as time goes on. The heating-up of our oceans’ temperatures will provide the necessary fuel that these “Hypercanes” will need to form and destroy us. Each year, the hurricane season lengthens. The arbitrary calendar dates have nothing to do with what actually happens. The length of the season is determined by how soon the water temperatures rise, and how long it takes to cool down. This process takes longer with each passing year and in consideration of this, each hurricane season has the potential to produce not only deadlier storms, but many more of them.
Between both the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, the 2018 Hurricane Season has, thus far, produced 11 major hurricanes claiming over 150 lives and costing an estimated $46 Billion USD in damages. Just one year prior hurricanes laid claim to nearly $300 Billion in damages and over 3,300 deaths. We are unable to sustain these losses each year in the midst of hurricane seasons that are starting earlier and ending later. We must face the fact that hurricane prevention is the only solution.
The protection aspect provided by Project S.I.A.D. represents only a fraction of the overall benefit of our project. When we consider the disastrous socioeconomic effects of what we lose to these storms, including the loss of life and family heritage erased from one moment to the next, the importance of this project becomes abundantly clear.
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