Hurricane Cover – Dropping Tinfoil to Trick Enemy Radar During Pre-Emptive Strike

By: Lance Winslow

Under cover of the weather has been a tactic used in many human wars in history. Often having such a cover allows for a stealth assault, and robust surprise attack. Indeed, it is tough on the striking party dealing with the weather that is also their cover, but, it also means that the enemy is completely taken off guard and as per Karl von Clausewitz, it is by far the greatest advantage in warfare.

Can we use extreme weather as a cover of an invading fleet of ships and planes? Indeed, we can, for instance what about a Hurricane or Typhoon of a high category, could that provide a cover? Sure it can, in fact such a cover can hide a very large fleet of planes or ships, an entire force, the weather in this case is a mere force multiplier. The storm causes chaos with the enemies systems, as the attack begins.

By the time the enemy figures out what happens, aluminum oxide particulate can be dropped and the storm will spread it around blinding the enemy radar. One problem with all this is that the weather itself is somewhat unpredictable, but soon we will be able to control the weather, creating storms at will and killing those that might harm us as well. Sounds too destructive for you?

Well, it shouldn’t, as our allies today, enemies tomorrow are working on these very technologies and strategies. We need a defense that can withstand a Hurricane, kill it and an offensive technology that can create one, steer it and use it as a force multiplier and we need it now, not in a decade. Sincerely, Lance.

L. Winslow is an Economic, Political and Technology Advisor to the Online Think Tank, a Futurist and retired entrepreneur Currently Mr. Winslow is planning a bicycle ride from Canada to Mexico and in Spring across the US from San Diego to Virginia Beach to raise money for charity. Previously he was a track star athlete, private pilot, involved in politics, community volunteerism and a Franchising Founder. Mr. Winslow has chosen 100 titles of Books he wishes to write and has completed ten thus far. The subjects include; Community Planning, Future Tech, Franchising, Small Business, and Third World Issues.

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