CNN correspondent (and likely British agent) Jeff Koinange said something
interesting on Thursday night. He reported that "The
latest threat from Hurricane Rita now has construction crews working around
the clock to rebuild barriers that might have to keep impending waves from flooding
a waterlogged city."
Now, this sounds like they are installing temporary walls at the end of the
canals that connect to Lake Pontchartrain -- supposedly to guard against a surge
from a storm that is set to hit Galveston, Texas. The problem with this is the
greater threat could easily be from the rain. And with these canals closed,
New Orleans will have to rely on a relative handful of temporary pumps in the
middle of the storm, which will barely put a dent in a good-sized rainfall.
The Louisiana Air National Guard should counteract this move by the U.S. Army
Corps of Engineers by firing dry ice (frozen carbon dioxide, CO2) into Rita,
or at least the air above and around New Orleans. This is a simple, long-proven
technology to prevent rainfall. It has been used to clear
the skies for concerts put on by the alleged PAUL MCCARTNEY and is a service
offered by firms based in Russia and Florida.
The 159 Fighter Wing Louisiana Air National Guard can be reached at (504) 391-8300