Aluminum clocked in at an astonishing 540μg/L in rainwater collected in San Francisco on March 19th, 2016. Barium was also present at 39μg/L and strontium at 27μg/L. Here’s the pdf of the full report:2016-03-19
No metals were detected above reporting levels in rain collected in San Francisco on March 17th, 2016. Here’s a pdf of the full report:2016-03-17
I explain the who, what, where, why and when of the covert spraying program in a speech to the Jefferson State Chemtrail Summit in Williams, OR, 3-12-16.
There was a break in the storm clouds long enough to see heavy spraying over San Francisco, March 11th, 2016. Don’t assume that just because it’s overcast, you’re not being sprayed.
Rainwater collected in San Francisco on March 10th, 2016 tested positive for barium at 16μg/L. Other metals were at levels below reporting limits. Here’s the pdf of the full report: 2016-03-10
There was a long enough break in the storms March 9th to show very heavy spraying over San Francisco – long trails and wispy fake looking “clouds.” I also mention that my latest rainwater analysis tested positive for five metals.
Rainwater collected in San Francisco on March 9th, 2016 tested positive for barium at 7.7μg/L. Other metals were at levels below reporting limits. Here’s the pdf of the full report: 2016-03-09
Rainwater collected in San Francisco on March 3rd, 2016 tested positive for aluminum at 170μg/L, barium at 19μg/L, manganese at 12μg/L, strontium at 30μg/L and titanium at 5.5μg/L. Here’s the pdf of the full report: 2016-03-03
After geoengineer Ken Caldeira’s keynote speech at the UC Santa Cruz Climate Science & Policy conference (February 26th, 2016), I asked him why he didn’t discuss geoengineering. He refused to answer – or address the health impacts paper I gave him at the July 2015 Paris Climate Conference. And here’s his full keynote:-
The SF Spray report for 2-23-16 features a *triple* #incrediblyraresundog during a particularly heavy spray day, along with close ups on sprayers, a 24 hour time lapse and depressing satellite imagery.