Doug Yates – This is a image series of the same event photographed from multiple sites. The photos were made Thursday morning [approx. 11am], Jan. 21, 2016. They provide additional evidence that Interior region skies are regularly used as a dumping ground for the USAF tanker jets. According to scientific analysis of the residue drifting to ground, the spray is nano-sized aluminum oxide, barium and strontium. In addition to collecting in the lungs of people and animals, aluminum is taken up by tree species where it interrupts growth and acts as an accelerant in the circumstances of forest fires.
I shot the first two images from a point on the Old Nenana Highway, approximately eight miles above Ester Village. The view is toward the north. Photos 3-6 were captured by FAA flight conditions cameras located on Ester Dome, Minto Village, and Livengood, Alaska. Note time and direction at each camera site for a full appreciation of the event’s component features. The FAA cams record images every 10 minutes and stores the data for six hours.
The in-your-face climate engineering is ignored by most public officials, even though many have been apprised of its negative impact on constituents’ lives and property. You are encouraged to raise the issue with council members at the City of Fairbanks and with assembly members at the Fairbanks North Star Borough. Senior members of each panel have been briefed on the aerial spray operations. So too, local journalists at the NM and the ADN. There’ll be plenty of blame to dodge when the SHTF.