History of Weather Modification by Raphaelle O’Neil
The series focuses mainly on the details of climate engineering and the source of the artificial, climate-changing, jet cirrus clouds, this show explores some of the many layers of Mind Control so as to educate its listeners on the nature of the veil that accompanies the lies around geoengineering.
1. Noun – the available body of facts or information indicating whether a belief or proposition is true or valid.
2. Verb – be or show evidence of.
Direct YouTube link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=086v3KP5V20#t=601.846832
Documentation of Weather Modification http://www.aircrap.org/evidence/
July 5, 2016 Maryland USA
Dr. James Fetzer interviews the author, Peter Kirby, who has devoted himself to exposing chemtrails, where the U.S. government is spraying a combination of aluminum, barium and strontium particles. The motives appear to include the reflection of Sun light to reduce global warming, but also–and even more alarmingly–to have the capacity to affect the weather by creating artificial droughts, as has been taking place in Southern California, and for the sake of using weather as a weapon of war. Nice introduction to the subject. http://peterakirby.com/
Direct YouTube link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YH8xtzvQ7Io
Human and Environmental Dangers Posed by Ongoing Global Tropospheric Aerosolized Particulates for Weather Modification
- Transdyne Corporation, San Diego, CA, USA
Background: U.S. military perception of nuclear warfare led to countless unethical nuclear experiments performed on unsuspecting individuals without their informed consent. As evidenced here, subsequent perception of weather warfare has led to exposing millions of unsuspecting individuals to toxic coal fly ash with no public disclosure, no informed consent, and no health warnings.
Methods: Three methods were used: (1) comparison of eight elements analyzed in rainwater samples, thought to have leached from aerosolized coal fly ash, with corresponding coal fly ash laboratory leachate; (2) comparison of 14 elements analyzed in air filter dust with corresponding elements in coal fly ash; and (3) comparison of 23 elements analyzed in fibrous mesh found after snow melted with corresponding elements in coal fly ash.