Aluminum 220μg/L, iron 300μg/L, barium 21μg/L, titanium 16μg/L in San Francisco rainwater

January 3, 2018evidence, geoengineers, rainwater analysis

Rain collected in San Francisco January 3rd, 2018, tested positive for all four metals proposed to be sprayed by geoengineer David Keith. Aluminum clocked in at 220μg/L (4.4x reporting limits), iron at 300μg/L (15x reporting limits) barium at 21μg/L (4x reporting limits) and titanium at 16μg/L (32x reporting limits).

Rain analysis matches geoengineering proposal

October 13, 2016geoengineers, rainwater analysis

Rainwater collected in Chiloquin, OR, tested positive for all four metals proposed to be sprayed by geoengineer David Keith – aluminum (84μg/L), barium (6.3μg/L), titanium (3.7μg/L) and iron (57μg/L). This follows news that human brains are saturated with nano-magnetite, also proposed to be sprayed by Dr. Keith.

Weather Modification Association meeting

April 28, 2016activism, geoengineers, video

I attended the Weather Modification Association’s annual meeting aboard the Queen Mary in Long Beach, CA, April 27-29, 2016. I’d hoped to speak on my paper, “Human Health Impacts of Proposed Geoengineering Solutions,” but they wouldn’t accept it, despite submitting my abstract on time.

Question for Ken Caldeira

February 26, 2016geoengineers, news, video

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:-

Geoengineer keeps “forgetting” he discussed poisoning our sky

May 5, 2015activism, geoengineers, video

Geoengineering pitch man, Ken Caldeira, must be huffing nano particulate aluminum. He keeps forgetting that when he worked at a Government weapons lab he discussed “adding pathogens to the clouds” to wage chemical and germ warfare on civilian populations. Now his job is to sell the public on the idea that we may have no … Read More