An Idaho weatherman recently gained attention for an unusual theory that Hurricane Katrina was caused by the Japanese mafia using a Russian electromagnetic generator. Scott Steven believes a little-known oversight in physical laws makes it possible to create and control storms using a Cold War-era weapon allegedly made by the Russians in 1976. Stevens even more recently has quit the television station KPVI-TV. His departure comes after station officials learned the "Make a Donation" link on Stevens' Web site, WeatherWars.info (is anyone else a little frightened that weatherwars.COM was already taken?), where he expounds on his theory, was connected to Stevens' KPVI e-mail address. What can I say? You can't make this stuff up.