Throughout 1997-98, practical research continued with etheric rain engineering in the airborne mode. Successful airborne tests in Malaysia in October of 1997 proved that techniques pioneered in Hawaii were even more effective in equatoria. Rapid engineering of rainy weather, sometimes violent, made in-flight deactivation of the quarter-wave Bull units absolutely essential. These translators were originally designed for attachment to wing struts. Successful test flights in Malaysia and Hawaii proved the feasibility of moving the translators INSIDE a light aircraft, the etheric P-Gun functioned flawlessly, as though no aircraft were present. A rain engineering pilot flying solo can now deactivate the P-Gun in the event of heavy weather, enhancing safety.
1990-2016 Etheric Rain Engineering
Updated December 2, 2016