GeoEngineering, Global Climate Disruptions, Chemtrails: “Our Atmosphere is a Massive Physics Lab”
2013 06 28

By Dane Wigington | GlobalResearch

In this video, Dane Wigington gives a presentation in Northern California on the harmful effects of Geoengineering, declaring that this is among the most important issues affecting humanity.

The very essentials needed to sustain life on earth are being recklessly destroyed by these programs.

This is not a topic that will begin to affect us in several years, but is now already causing massive animal and plant die off around the world, as well as human illness.



The debate over whether geoengineering programs are going on is now a moot point.

We have more than enough data to confirm it. We have actual footage showing tankers spraying. The materials showing up on the ground are exactly the same materials mentioned in the numerous geoengineering patents and documents. Visit our website for a list of these government patents and documents.

Our skies today are simply not normal. Upon examination this cannot be denied. They are filled with nanoparticulates of heavy metals. But the skies have been filled with grid patterns for so long now that we are used to them and do not see them anymore. Sadly, the fact is that people do not look up.

To be clear, what we are seeing is not cloud seeding to increase rainfall. These particulates are designed to block the sun and move the jet stream. Dane explains how this is causing the drought and deluge being experienced around the globe.

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Read the full article at: globalresearch.ca






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