Friday, 23 August 2013

Climate Engineering is Responsible for Fires, Droughts, and Death

There are two main issues at hand: our moisture / clouds being diverted through EM technology and aerosols, and the destruction of our ozone layer due to climate engineering aerosols. Please read more about the ozone issue here.

The issue of moisture diversion has become progressively worse, as the Pacific coast moisture and clouds are diverted to other areas in the U.S., causing a great depletion of rainfall and moisture in the Western states. More can be read about this here, in the case of Mexico. We have also documented the types of technology that are largely responsible for this here.

Calgary: From Blue Skies to White - Aerosols & Fire Smoke from WA & OR

Today, we are awakened to a whitened sky, with the smell of fire smoke in the air. Yesterday, lower Alberta and BC received aerosol haze originating from WA and OR, driven by NEXRAD on its unnatural course north into BC and AB. 

Above: Aerosols / clouds are naturally driven east, but artificially driven north through the use of electromagnetic frequency. We have tracked what appears to be aerosol haze originating from OR and WA, as seen in the left IR satellite image. In the right image, we see Prairie Doppler stations pulsing heavily, appearing to create corona ions in the air, while attracting aerosols. The top image shows the aerosol-laced haze that has made its way into BC and Alberta.

We should also note that many of these areas with fires have had their moisture / rain diverted to other areas by the means of NEXRAD frequencies and transmitter antennas, as has been shown by our team.

Here, in Calgary we could see frequencies being applied to this mass of haze, as shown in the pictures below. There were also high altitude planes leaving behind persistent contrails (metallic particles?) that added to this mass. Their trails can clearly be seen, left behind and shaped in the aerosol mass.

Sudden Cloud Generation at Silver Mountain near Boise, ID

Back in Aug 1/13, we had tracked some sudden cloud formations arising from Silver Mountain area, near Boise, ID. The clouds appeared within 3 minutes on the radar. The NEXRAD animation can be watched here.

Above: Sudden clouds being generated at Silver Mountain, near Boise, ID NEXRAD facility. The bottom image is 3 minutes after the top image. Could transmitter antennas being in use near this area be the cause of explanation, or is this simply NEXRAD at work?
Above: Red circled area is the area of cloud formation. Yellow pin is the NEXRAD facility in Boise, ID.

Above: Interestingly, we located Delamar Silver Mine in the area. We know that silver iodide is used in cloud-seeding operations, however, can silver particles become corona ions in the atmosphere?
Above: Note the red dot on the radar, indicating a possible area of intense charge
Above: We believe there may be transmitter antennas in this area

Thursday, 8 August 2013

Connecting the Dots: Monsanto and Weather Modification

Recall a previous post, wherein we discussed the use of bacterial agents in aerosol spraying ice-nucleation weather patents, specifically using Erwinia, Xanthomonas and Pseudomonas species. Well, it turns out that Monsanto is already using bacteria-resistant seeds to combat these same bacterial species that are being sprayed into the atmosphere for weather modification purposes. This is all linked back to weather trading, discussed in this post. We hope that this photo will speak for itself:

One Monsanto article is quoted (with emphasis) as stating:
Bacteria leaf spot, also known as Xanthomonas euvesicatoria, is most common in the fall season, especially during hurricane season. In the fall of 2012, some production areas of the U.S. East Coast – especially Florida and Georgia – were affected by race 6 of bacteria leaf spot.

Now just think for a minute: hurricane season is when prime weather modification programs are being run, such as hail-mitigation and rain enhancement, which may both use bacterial agents for ice-nucleation in cloud-seeding aerosols. Three commonly used ice-nucleation agents are Erwinia, Xanthomonas and Pseudomonas species. Coincidence? To read more about the dangers of Monsanto's Roundup chemicals, and the diseases they cause to plants, read here. There is also an excellent documentary on genetically modified organisms (GMO) that we have posted at the end of this article. It seems that the ties to geo-engineering and genetically modified foods are far closer than we thought.

We would also like to present an excerpt from U.S. weather patent # 5003186, entitled "Stratospheric Welsbach seeding for reduction of global warming" :
...seeding the greenhouse gases' layer with a quantity of tiny particles of a material characterized by wavelength-dependent emissivity or reflectivity, in that said materials have high emissivities in the visible and far infrared wavelength spectra and low emissivity in the near infrared wavelength spectrum, 
whereby said particles are suspended within said gases' layer and provide a means for converting radiative energy at near infrared wavelengths into radiation at the far infrared wavelengths, permitting some of the converted radiation to escape into space.  
11. The method of claim 10 wherein said material comprises one or more of the oxides of metals.  
12. The method of claim 10 wherein said material comprises aluminum oxide.  
All patents can be searched here. Another patent # 7645326, entitled "RFID Environmental Manipulation" reads:
The patent involves the use of a reflective blanket of aluminum oxide-laced cloud cover to act as reflectors of radio frequency transmissions and the same increase the strength of such radio frequency signal. The aluminum oxide should only be introduced only when the environment is vacant of humans, preferably at nighttime, when radio wave propagation is at its highest rate of efficiency. The formula for aluminum oxide is Al(2)O(3). It can be toxic if inhaled in large quantities. It can cause coughing, mucous production and shortness of breath.
For it to work properly, the transformer system of this invention (aluminum oxide blanket) involves the external antenna gathering an RFID electromagnetic signal interrogation message from a remote source, such as a cellular telephone transmission tower or perhaps HAARP antennas. This interrogation will be in the microwave frequency.
What goes up into the atmosphere must come down, right? What is interesting is that Monsanto is already using aluminium-resistant seeds, and more can be read about this here. Is it a coincidence that Bill Gates is funding the aerosol spraying of aluminium into our atmosphere, while also wanting to invest in Monsanto's aluminium-resistant seeds? Does this not seem like a conflict of interest? Aluminum-resistant gene patent # 7582809 states :
A method of producing a genetically transformed plant wherein the method comprises: (a) cloning or synthesizing a nucleic acid molecule encoding a Al-inducible citrate efflux transporter polypeptide, wherein said nucleic acid molecule is selected from the group consisting of: (i) the nucleic acid molecule shown in SEQ ID NO:1; (ii) a nucleic acid molecule encoding SEQ ID NO:4; and (iii) a nucleic acid molecule encoding an amino acid sequence at least 95% identical to the amino acid sequence shown in SEQ ID NO:4, wherein said nucleic acid molecule encodes a polypeptide capable of providing tolerance to aluminum to a plant; (b) inserting the nucleic acid molecule in a vector so that the nucleic acid molecule is operably linked to a promoter; (c) insert the vector into a plant cell or plant seed; (d) expressing said nucleic acid molecule in said plant cell or seed; and (e) regenerating a plant from the plant cell or plant seed, wherein tolerance to aluminum in the plant is increased compared to a wild type plant. 
So does this mean that organic farmers who are using pure non-GMO seeds will be affected by the aluminium and bacterial agents that are being used in aerosols, while Monsanto crops remained unaffected in order to reap the profits? Let's work together by putting an end to this. It all starts with informing others and carefully choosing what products we buy. makes a great point when it addresses the power of boycotts:
Boycotts have a long and noble history of contributing to progressive social change, as well as succeeding in their more immediate goals. One of the earliest examples was the boycott in England of sugar produced by slaves. In 1791, after Parliament refused to abolish slavery, thousands of pamphlets were printed encouraging the boycott. Sales of sugar dropped by between a third and a half. By contrast sales of Indian sugar, untainted by slavery, rose tenfold in two years. In an early example of fair trade, shops began selling sugar guaranteed to be have been produced by 'free men'. 
With Alcoa Inc, Rio Tinto Alcan, and Rusal being the world's largest producer of aluminium, would consumers help mitigate the issue of aluminium-spraying by boycotting the companies that are producing aluminium (from bauxite or corundum)? Also, we should note that fluoride can be an industrial waste produced by the process of aluminium smelting, which can be read about here. We know that fluoride is also another controversial toxic chemical being used for water treatment and toothpaste. There is a great documentary about fluoride that can be watched here, titled "The Fluoride Deception". Perhaps this chemical would be worth boycotting also.

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Monday, 5 August 2013

Electric Rain-making Technology: Blessing or Curse for Mexico and U.S.

We present an article from the IEEE Spectrum (April 1, 2004) :
From at least the early 1940s to the end of the 20th century, it always rained more in the state of Jalisco, in central Mexico, than in its neighbor Aguascalientes. But in 2000, on a patch of parched pasture in Aguascalientes, workers from Mexico City-based Electrificación Local de la Atmósfera Terrestre SA (ELAT) erected a peculiar field of interconnected metal poles and wires somewhat resembling the skeleton of a carnival tent. Since then, about as much rain has fallen on the plains of Aguascalientes as on its more lush neighbor. 
The brainchild of a fractious group of Russian émigrés, the poles and wires are in fact a network of conductors meant to ionize the air. If the technique is done properly, the thinking goes, the natural current between the earth and the ionosphere is amplified, leading--through a mechanism that is not fully understood--to rainfall. There are now 17 such installations in six states in Mexico, and in January, federal government agencies decided to back construction and operation of 19 more by 2006, potentially altering the weather in much of parched north and central Mexico. Meanwhile, by May, ELAT's competitor Earthwise Technologies Inc., of Mexico City and Dallas, could win the right to establish ionization stations in southwest Texas's water-starved Webb County, which would make it the first such installation in the United States.
There are many questions that remain. Where is all this moisture being diverted to? Why is there still drought, as we will later see? Which areas will be depleted and which areas will receive the rain? Is this technology really helping drought, or is it making matters worse? What does this mean for the natural water cycle, and how is it affected? How does this artificial ionization affect the ground water and moisture (in air content) that lurk in these areas, forcing this moisture to be used up? How does this affect birds and living organisms? The article above (dated 2004) spoke about Jalisco known for receiving more rain, and now over 10 years later we are told by sources in Mexico that water levels are falling in Jalisco:
The Chapala Lake’s water levels dropped by 22 centimeters (8.6 inches) in March, four times the drop in the same month last year, according to the National Water Commission (Conagua). During a recent drought, the lake lost 34 billion cubic feet of water. Last year, northern and central Mexican states suffered the worst drought the country has seen for 80 years. Conagua said in a statement that the lake currently holds about 3.3 billion cubic meters (116.5 million cubic feet) of water, about 41.5 percent of its capacity. 
More recently, from this source:
Some parts of northern Mexico have been experiencing a severe drought for almost three years. The worst affected states are Chihuahua, Nuevo León, Coahuila, Durango, Zacatecas, Tamaulipas, San Luis Potosí, together with parts of Querétaro, Aguascalientes, Sinaloa and Sonora. [Also note how many of these northern affected states are bordering near Texas]
As this year’s rainy season begins in central Mexico, dozens of reservoirs are at critically low levels. Reservoirs in Coahuila average only 10% of their capacity, only slightly better than those in San Luis Potosí (12%). Even the populous state of Jalisco faces problems; its reservoirs are at 27% of capacity.
The drought has already caused significant losses to farmers. Livestock owners in northern Mexico have culled herds and are having to buy in supplies of water to top up their private wells. Rainfall so far in 2013 has been well below long-term averages in central and northern Mexico, which may limit the region’s productivity of rain-fed agriculture (mostly wheat, corn, sorghum and other fodder crops).
To read more about weather patents involving the control of moisture, click here. During our continuing research, we have seen numerous occasions on satellite animation showing moisture in Mexico being diverted into the States, using NEXRAD and electromagnetic-related technology. A good example of this can be seen here.

Above: Is the NAVSPASUR (Naval Space Surveillance) system in Gila River, AZ being actively used? If so, what implications do these "space fence" transmitters (216.97 MHz) have on the atmosphere?
Above: Original image here. Deja vu -- It looks like Kansas is being fed more rain and storms to drought-stricken areas, in exchange for moisture diverted from other areas, such as drought-struck Mexico and south California's tropospheric river. This is all done with the help of NEXRAD and other devices used for Geoengineering. We see this Kansas storm being generated again-and-again, but why aren't officials discussing this large-scale weather modification program in the U.S.? Are they worried the public might revolt if they know what their tax dollars are being used for? How many times will it take for them to divert Mother Nature's water cycle to get it right? Perhaps fighting a drought is like putting out a fire with water, except with a little too much water to cause flooding.
Above: Let's pray for our Mexican brothers and sisters. It appears that NEXRAD stations bordering northern Mexico are diverting moisture north into the States to fuel U.S. storms for political enjoyment. This is all done using the tropospheric rivers. Many northern states in Mexico have been experiencing severe droughts as a result of this electromagnetic tampering with the atmosphere, and their reservoirs (drinking water) are at critical levels. If you don't believe EM-related technology can divert moisture in the air, think again. U.S. Patent Office for weather patent # 2881335, which dates back to 1959, entitled "GENERATION OF ELECTRICAL FIELDS" speaks about this in great detail.
Above: Original image here. U.S. Drought Mitigation - Depleting one area of rain for another. Arizona , Texas, and New Mexico NEXRAD stations stealing moisture from northern Mexico and using it to feed storm systems in the central States.
Above: Original image here. It looks like Texas rainfall diversion is being used elsewhere. Texas has openly spoke about weather modification, so why not others? Although Texas has been using weather modification for decades now, the drought problem still persists. There are some very powerful NEXRAD devices in Texas, which help super-charge storms using ionization and electromagnetism methods.
Above: It would have been interesting to see what the Tuscan, AZ NEXRAD (KEMX) station was up to during this time, as this cloud appears to be generated directly above the Doppler facility
Above: A weather front being stretched all the way from Mexico diagonally into the U.S. and Canada
Above: After watching numerous radar / satellite animations, it appears that NEXRAD / Doppler stations are capable of connecting these storms where they wouldn't normally connect

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The Case Against Cloud-Seeding

Before reading this post, it is important that one understands the concept and methods used for ice-nucleation, which can be read here. As we know, Silver iodide is used to induce rain, either sprayed into the sky by aircraft or from ground. The toxic acute health effects of Silver iodide have been noted, however much research is lacking regarding chronic health effects and many others. The Material Data Safety Sheet for Silver iodide can be read here. We provide an excerpt from this article:
According to, prolonged exposure can cause discoloration of the hands. While the yellow white film-processing chemical would sometimes leave the skin a little yellow or orange, the lasting result was often a grey ashy color staining their hands. This discoloration is a side-effect of the disorder, agyria.
Argyria is classified as a skin condition though it also can potentially affect mucous membranes. Basically, the silver particles impregnate the skin and leaving residue in mucous membranes. Studies conclude that an unknown amount of silver can cause this condition because the rate at which it affects individuals varies so much. But this is, again, testing contact with the skin, not on the inhalation of silver iodide.
Putting aside human health, there are many controversies still surrounding the idea of cloud-seeding, as it is not based entirely on sound science, as discussed in this article:
There are many, many unscrupulous people in the field of weather modification who up until now have promoted some methods without any proper scientific evidence. Developing countries are particularly at risk here," says Siems. The technique ''remains controversial, especially because in the early days unrealistic claims were made about its success'', says Johannes Verlinde, associate professor of meteorology at US-based Pennsylvania State University. Another reason for the controversy, he says, is that no two clouds are alike, making it difficult to compare clouds to prove it really works.
 Another article for Australia makes similar claims, titled "Scientist admits proof lacking after $160k cloud-seed trial." The Gazette for Colorado Springs states:
Colorado State University climate researcher Bill Cotton conducted one cloud-seeding study five years ago. A $100,000 grant to study weather modification in Colorado produced no definitive results. He said there is a “good chance” cloud seeding boosts snowfall, adding that to have so much spending on it without conclusive research is “kind of sad.” “It’s not a very effective way to do science,” he said. 
Silver iodide is also used for hail mitigation methods. We believe the media isn't telling us the real science behind Silver iodide "hail suppression" and weather patents. Knowing that Silver iodide cloud-seeding is used for inducing ice-nucleation into the sky, we believe instead of getting small hail pellets in a larger general area of the city, we instead get bigger hail pellets to come down instantaneously (with heavy shorter-duration rain). This would mean affecting a smaller area, but with more severity. We present snippets from an article which share these views, the Mountain View Gazette (June 28, 2011), written by Sylvia Cole, with emphasis added in square brackets:
There have already been 80 hours of work logged by pilots of Weather Modification Inc., based out of the Old-Didsbury Airport, this month alone.  
[This leaves us wondering if there were individuals cloud-seeding prior to the June flood in Alberta (2013), perhaps trying a little too hard to prevent hail?]
The company, sponsored by Alberta Severe Weather Management Society (ASWMS), a group of insurance companies that privately funds cloud-seeding in the area, spent 11 of the first 21 days of June shooting silver iodide in the clouds as a way to shrink ice stones and reduce property damage, said Terry Krauss, PhD in meteorology and program director for the ASWMS.
 [Let's hear it from the eye-witnesses]
“We can see from our house when they fly over and we can see their tanks. I saw them two times (last) year and that was the two times we saw hail,” said Wendy Schroeder, who
lives west of Sundre and noticed it for the first time last season. She said the first time she saw the planes go by was July 8 and “within 35 minutes we were pounded. It was an immediate drop of the hail,” she said.
Schroeder said the hail pounded down for seven minutes with big gusts of wind that flooded into her house where the windows weren’t sealed. “In seven minutes we had two inches (of rain) and there was no grass.” She said a couple of days later the same thing happened. “The timing of this is highly suspicious and can’t be ignored.”
Schroeder said she’s only seen the seeding planes once this year and while there wasn’t any hail that followed, she noticed a yellow film left on grass and on her vehicles that she said happens every time a plane goes by and rain or hail follows. She believes the iodide is toxic and bad for livestock, plants and humans. [She is definitely not alone in this belief]
Above: Hail received in Lethbridge, AB on July 6/13
"Alberta Agriculture funded a five-year study from 1974 to 1978 called the Alberta Hail Project. The project, similar to the one funded today by ASWMA, seeded all potential hail clouds for five years. The project was continued until 1985 when it was stopped because of “inconclusive scientific data,” said Cam Hantiuk, media relations for the premier’s office."
The lack of provincial regulation worries Louis Bauman, south of Sundre, who’s been following cloud seeding since the government’s involvement in the 1970s.

His brother Joseph, who has since passed away, fought with the government back in the late ’70s and early ’80s to stop the project. He said it wasn’t right that the government was meddling with the natural course of weather and said such activities were devastating for agriculture, livestock farming and recreation.
“Is it lawful in Alberta to change the natural course of the weather by physical and chemical intervention to produce artificially positive rain and hail storm in one part in order to prevent contingent rain and hail in another?” he wrote in an affidavit to the Red Deer Provincial Court in 1984."
“Something isn’t quite right; something is going on,” Hofer told the Gazette last year. He’s lived in the Sundre area for the last 50 years and said he was hired to work in Penhold during the ’70s when the Alberta Hail Project was in full force. 
Hofer said he was responsible for picking up hailstones to see if there had been any change in the size from the silver iodine. “We quit with it because it didn’t accomplish nothing. You can’t control nature. Cloud-seeding is just some fancy name for creating an electrical storm,” he said. He believes that the seeding only suppresses a storm until eventually it needs to be released. He used the example of a hailstorm on Aug. 2, 2009 that devastated the area. “It builds up and it builds up … until it breaks loose and gets worse.”
The cloud-seeding project with a $2 million annual budget is funded by more than 20 of Alberta’s top insurance firms that represent 90 per cent of all insured companies, said Krauss.
Maybe the seeding will help Olds and Calgary by pre-emptying the clouds onto us, but what sort of reasoning is that, and how fair could that be?” asked Schroeder in a letter to the editor last year.
Above: July 6/13 - Alberta hailstorm leaving an unusual trail of hail, appearing as a deposited line. Are these the remnants of an aircraft cloud-seeding operation, during its linear flight of Silver iodide dispersing? Could this be what Hofer, Schroeder, and Bauman were referring to? View the image below for a possible answer.
Popular Science, March 1950 Edition, reads: "Punctured Cloud . . . Here's how a man-made hole in a cloud looks from topside, 15,000 feet up. The racetrack-shaped opening, 20 miles long on the sides, five miles across on the ends, was formed by seeding a stratus cloud with dry ice. The ice acts as a trigger on the supercooled water droplets in the cloud. They condense into snow or sleet, fall out of the cloud and, bingo, there's a hole. The cloud-busting is part of Project Cirrus, a joint research program of the Army Signal Corps and the Office of Naval Research. Des. Irving Langmuir and Vincent J. Schnefer, of General Electric, who originated the seeding technique, insist it can make rain. The Army and Navy, interested in military applications, just won't say. 

Above: Cloud Nucleating Generator (CNG) - A propane flame is used to vaporize the seeding solution, which is composed of silver iodide mixed in acetone. The vaporized silver iodide then re-crystallizes in the cold air, forming millions of tiny particles which are intended to serve as ice nuclei. Read more here.

Above: The science of cloud-seeding. We realize that it is not this simplistic, now is it?

In an article by Ronald B. Standler, under a sub-section titled, Langmuir's cloud seeding in New Mexico, we are told:

The General Electric / U.S. Military research project released AgI and dry ice in the vicinity of Albuquerque, NM during October 1948 and July 1949. Langmuir initially claimed that this release caused rain all over the state of New Mexico and possibly in Kansas.
Langmuir's group continued to release AgI in New Mexico between November 1949 and July 1951. Langmuir claimed that the release of AgI modified the weather, not only in the state of New Mexico, but also more than 1000 kilometers downwind. 
The release of AgI "was discontinued in July, 1951 during the great floods in Kansas and adjacent states." (Byers, 1974, p. 20) This flood was no ordinary flood: the 13 July 1951 flood at Kansas City was described as "the most devastating flood in the nation's history"; 17 people died as a direct result of that flood, despite weather forecasts and warnings. (Alexander, 1951) It is still unknown what effect, if any, the AgI release in New Mexico had on rain and floods in Kansas. As discussed below, perhaps the more interesting lesson is not one of science, but ethics: Langmuir sincerely believed that AgI release was modifying weather at long distances from the point of release, yet he continued to engage in such weather modification for two years, despite the possibility of harm from such modification, and despite the lack of consent by affected people. 

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