This week we have Dane Wigington, an engineer and now a preservationist living off the grid in Northern California, he was also on the cover of HomePower magazine in December ’03. His home is a model for sustainable living with solar power, but the sunlight isn’t reaching the Earth most likely because of the ubiquitous screening from the aerosol planes obscuring the skies. In the past Dane was able to heat his home with solar power alone. Now he has to supplement with hydro and wind power.
(Regarding aerosol operation) “Number one, there has been no oversight as to the ramifications, climactically, environmentally, health-wise, virtually no oversight of any type in that arena. It shows quite clearly the government’s lack of regard for it’s own citizenry and (2) because ot the extreme importance of this issue, which I feel is the greatest immediate threat the population faces, but the second close level of threat is global warming. I believe . . . there’s enough patents, enough data, certainly when it comes down to testing, people will realize its happening to them too. “ – Dane Wigington, Preservationist.
Dane has sent rainwater and soil samples to state labs for testing. He’s got solid evidence of unnatural spikes of Aluminum and Barium. In this interview Dane describes how to conduct your own tests in your area. Dane has brought this dat to Senator Barbara Boxer’s office. We will check in with him later on this.
Skywatchers, the above photo was taken over Denver. My view at 38 thousand feet as I watched a storm departed to the left while a few planes laid down their trails. You can barely make out a line around the top left. Click here for larger image, check the top left area of photo skywatchers.
Meanwhile, an upstate New York skywatcher sends AirshipAl an invaluable lead. He’s found information on the largest Barium supplier and writes: ” SOLVAY CHEMICALS is the largest supplier of barium in the world, #2 in strontium. The corporation is located in Brussels. Most of the Barium in the world comes out of China and India, where Solvay is proud to announce that they have lucrative contracts. Europe is still raping their old colonies to steal their resources. Only a small percent of the barium used in the US comes from the states, mostly Nevada.”