Rainwater collected in San Francisco on February 26th, 2014 tested positive for barium at 6μg/L. Here’s the pdf of the full report: 2014-02-26
Rain collected in San Francisco January 14th, 2014 tested positive for aluminum at 190μg/L and barium at 15μg/L. Here’s the pdf of the full report: 2014-01-14
At our latest chemtrail/geoengineering protest (educational outreach?) outside San Francisco City Hall, we were fortunate enough to meet an open minded intelligent man who listened to the evidence of the global geoengineering program, the patents, funding and shills who make it all possible. Luckily for us, the scumbags had provided show and tell in the … Read More
Rainwater collected in San Francisco on November 9th, 2013 tested positive for barium at 9.3μg/L Here’s the pdf of the full report: 2013-11-09
In our latest bi-monthly street action, Bay Area residents protested the planetary geoengineering program (chemtrails) to refreshingly well-informed and intelligent people outside San Francisco City Hall. Come join us on the last Wednesday of every month on the Van Ness side of SF City Hall from 11am onwards and every second Saturday at the San … Read More
As news of our confrontation spreads, the excellent Alan Watt discussed Caldeira and geoengineering on his May 16th Cutting Through the Matrix broadcast. Listen here:- More coverage at aircrap.com, disclose.tv, One World Chronicle, Before It’s News, OilfreeFun and Intellihub. We also exchanged Tweets: The above video shows our first encounter.
Geoengineer Ken Caldeira discussed spraying chemicals in our skies to “blunt the worst effects of global warming.” But when confronted (at 4:40) he was forced to admit there has been no global warming for at least 17 years (“it has leveled off”) and that when he worked at a nuclear weapons lab, he discussed poisoning … Read More
In our second monthly protest, Bay Area residents protested the planetary geoengineering program (chemtrails) to receptive crowds at San Francisco City Hall and the nearby farmers market on United Nations Plaza. Come join us at SF City Hall at 11am on the last Wednesday of every month.
Our first protest of many.