Aquiess and Sci-Blue Steer Atmospheric River Over Texas
Fresh water has been dubbed “Blue Gold” in many publications as potable water will be to this century what oil was to the last century. Less than three percent of the water on the earth’s surface is fresh water. When we deduct the amount in the ice at each pole and the rivers flowing in uninhabited areas that number is less than one percent. From this amount the nearly 7 billion people on earth use to survive. - Retired Col. David Kutchinski, CEO Sci-blue
Kutchinski’s company, Sciblue, partnered with Aquiess to bring their “resonance technology” to Texas and end the drought in 2012.
Presiding Officer, Frank Reilly moved to agenda item J., Consideration and possible recommendation on a request for exemption status for a proposed rain-enhancement demonstration project in the Trans-Pecos region. George Bomar introduced David Kutchinski, who has a proposal to produce more water for the reservoir operated by the Red Bluff Water Control District based in Pecos. Mr. Kutchinski presented a power point of the concepts for increasing the water supply and a research project to enhance rain. This project would be conducted in association with SOAR and Red Bluff Water Control District. The project would be administered under the Texas State Water Plan and has been offered in other countries with reported success. Mr. Bomar outlined the process for obtaining a permit and getting approval from the Committee and Commission. The Committee recommended staff and General Counsel work with Mr. Kutchinski on the permitting process. Source: Texas Weather Modification Board
Aquiess and Sciblue claim success in steering atmospheric rivers over Texas and ending the drought
UPDATE - November 2012 Within 30 days of April 16th, Aquiess delivered inches of soaking rain into it’s Texas target. “Rain like this is only the first phase of our drought-breaking services that are offered to USA and international communities experiencing water and food shortages,” says company CEO. This event was part of the endeavor to bring moisture safely into the Red Bluff reservoir in Texas.The project ran three months in entirety, Red Bluff water level rose 15.3 inches according to UCGS records.
Over the past ten years the company Aquiess has repeatedly demonstrated this technology to government and humanitarian observer groups. The proprietary weather modification system operates by utilizing ‘resonance’ signals to divert oceanic atmospheric-rivers (OAR) into areas experiencing severe drought. The Aquiess system does not rely on chemical or biologically hazardous materials, which could potentially harm the environment.
The second targeted rain event for this Texas project, was delivered in July, as part of a second ‘30-day event undertaking’. The results from this project, although they did not supply 29 feet required to fill the Red Bluff reservoir in Texas, they delivered a much needed reprise from the crippling drought in the southern-Texas region.
On May 3rd, 2012 NOAA released a Special Weather Briefing document, to explain an unusual change in the Texas region’s weather.
They began to observe the changes Aquiess had initiated, to deliver Texas drought-breaking rain.