Click image for a slide-show of a typical heavy-spray day over Southern New Mexico
All photos taken 5-5-12
Adapted from a post by investigative reporter Jim Lee
Hi-Tech Rainmaking Technology by Aquiess Inc. (PDF)
Kenya, 11/10/2011: In one segment, KTNK's Dennis Okari interviews Aquiess CEO David Miles and Director of International Planning and Communication, Dr Mahendra Shah. Prior to the KTN interview Aquiess had demonstrated their capability by bringing early rainfall into the drought-declared region at the Horn Of Africa.
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"Evergreen Industrial Film & Complete Report with Timeline
The video clip I previously had linked to this page was a promotional film released by Evergreen Aviation, displaying its Supertanker spraying all manner of substances from its massive hold. The narrator bragged about the craft's capabilities, including restoration of plankton in oil-ravaged waters, besides oil spill containment, firefighting and a host of other applications.
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) Concerning Cloud Seeding Activities
Designed to Increase Precipitation
1) When did modern cloud seeding begin?
Modern cloud seeding dates back to the late 1940's, springing from a discovery at the General Electric (GE) labs in Schenectady, New York in 1946.
Planet Earth has been besieged by many and diverse scientific experiments over the past one hundred years. Applied science and technology have seen a literal explosion of top secret and highly classified operations conducted in the atmosphere, throughout the planetary surface, as well as deep within the Earth’s crust. However, none comes close to the degree of round-the-clock damage inflicted on the biosphere as the DARPA-sponsored program of geo-engineering.
The Central Intelligence Agency is funding a scientific study that will investigate whether humans could use geoengineering to alter Earth’s environment and stop climate change. TheNational Academy of Sciences (NAS) will run the 21-month project, which is the first NAS geoengineering study financially supported by an intelligence agency. With the spooks’ money, scientists will study how humans might influence weather patterns, assess the potential dangers of messing with the climate, and investigate possible national security implications of geoengineering attempts.
The total cost of the project is $630,000, which NAS is splitting with the CIA, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, and NASA. The NAS website says that “the US intelligence community” is funding the project, and William Kearney, a spokesman for NAS, toldMother Jones that phrase refers to the CIA. Edward Price, a spokesman for the CIA, refused to confirm the agency’s role in the study, but said, “It’s natural that on a subject like climate change the Agency would work with scientists to better understand the phenomenon and its implications on national security.” The CIA reportedly closed its research center on climate change and national security last year, after GOP members of Congress argued that the CIA shouldn’t be looking at climate change.
The goal of the CIA-backed NAS study is to conduct a “technical evaluation of a limited number of proposed geoengineering techniques,” according to the NAS website. Scientists will attempt to determine which geoengineering techniques are feasible and try to evaluate the impacts and risks of each (including “national security concerns”). One proposed geoengineering method the study will look at is solar radiation management—a fancy term for pumping particles into the stratosphere to reflect incoming sunlight away from the planet. In theory, solar radiation management could lead to a global cooling trend that might reverse, or at least slow down, global warming. The study will also investigate proposals for removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
What is a "chemtrail," exactly? Experts agree that jet contrails are harmless, yet thousands of people think the vapors are evidence for anything from massive drug dosing to weather wars. Why? Learn more about the conspiracy theories surrounding chemtrails in this episode of Stuff They Don't Want You To Know.