What is a tornado? It is a whirlwind that rotates to the Left or Counterclockwise. What else is it? It is an energy form that is released by an intricate set of atmospheric conditions. Another term that is useful is that Tornadoes are part of what we call low-pressure systems; low pressure really means low vibrations.
Fortunately, we have radar and other instruments that can detect when Tornado conditions are ripe and we have many people who go out and chase these tornadoes to learn more about them.
OK. How does one STOP a Tornado? Simple, find a way to put a high energy beam of Right-Spin energy at the base of the Tornado; remember, Tornadoes are Left-Spin energy formations.
That’s nice, but what do you mean? Well… there is this concept of modulation; we modulate all kinds of data on radio frequency signals. The kind of signals that I am talking about are line-of-sight (LOS) signals like lasers, microwaves and, even VHF signals.
How does one put Right-Spin energy onto a LOS signal? Make a video of a fan on low, medium and high settings while it is spinning to the right. Now, it is important to make the video from the front because if you make it from the rear, the fan is spinning to the left. Now take these three videos and modulate them on a LOS signal.
Now, you have a microwave or laser that you can use as a point target to fire at the base of an approaching Tornado. Guess what, you can use more than one and can combine the microwave and laser beams. The power behind these Right-Spin beams of energy can be as high as 50 watts; the more power, the better.
So…what happens to the Tornado? It becomes disrupted at it’s base and tends to pop back up into the atmosphere. This is a good thing as the base of the Tornado has the highest wind speeds and causes the most destruction.
The whole concept here is to use Right-Spin energy to counter the destructive Left-Spin energy of the Tornado.
OK. This is how you protect buildings that may be in the path of a Tornado; you know, houses, barns, schools, towns, etc. You put an omnidirectional VHF, UHF or SHF antenna on the structure and you transmit a Right-Spin energy signal using 5 watts of power during periods of high likelihood Tornado warnings. As the Tornado approaches the signaling antenna, it will detect a weakening and move away from the signal. This is a case of energy adapting to energy; but in a good way.
Would it be affordable for frequently tornado-struck remote villages to own said device?
Not sure. Let’s say that you have a way of being warned that a tornado is in your area or heading your way. That would be the time to turn on the Tornado cancelling device. This device is very strong and must be anchored to a concrete slab that weighs about 3 tons (6,000 lbs). The device will actually attract the tornado. Once the tornado is spinning over the device, a kill signal can be sent into the interior of the tornado. Result? The energy driving the tornado gets weakened and eliminated (from a conter-spinning energy. The tornado collapses dropping everything on the device.
So…This is not a portable device at first. It can be evolved into mobile or portable devices that can be “sucked” up by the tornado. Once they are inside the tornado, the kill signals can be released. Perhaps, the mobile devices could be reused if they were robust enough. The downside to the mobile approach is that the tornado is not attracted to its destruction location (the heavy steel and concrete slab).
Everything is a frequency, even in nature. Clouds and lightening are both governed by frequencies; we just do not understand how and why they work yet.
So, yes, a village could deploy the mobile defense devices, but would need government help for the heavy steel/concrete slab approach.