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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