Today we look at environmental damage in connection with climate engineering. As we’ve covered in past shows, climate scientists have been broadcasting the message to mainstream media that climate engineering would be a necessary option, and implying that these programs are not being done in real time. Well, that’s not true. In fact there is a mountain of evidence and data that various types of large scale geoengineering have been deployed for the last 20 years or more.
We have two guests, Cori Gunnells, an anti-geoengineering activist who witnessed a low flying military aircraft releasing 20-50 foot filaments over civilian population in Arizona. The story made international headlines across the second net alternative mainstream media.
First we’re joined by Allan Buckmann a former California State Dept of Fish & Wildlife biologist. He’s also a trained U.S. Air Force weather observer who worked in the military as an for 5 years, mainly at Beale AFB, he worked with NASA, RCA, and the U.S. Navy on the Tiros III weather satellite readout team. Allan Buckmann is familiar with cloud observation, jet contrails, the military, and space-based weather information systems. We talk with Allan about the damage to forests caused by the climate engineering toxic fall out, specifically from the deployment of metals in the sky that rain out into the environment. This is not news, but because there is a well funded active disinformation campaign by the military and corporations designed to keep the public confused on these topics, its important to relay the true destruction related to these operations.
Cori Gunnells is an anti-geoengineering activist living in Prescott, Arizona who witnessed and photographed a low flying C-130 military plane being followed closely by 2 smaller aircraft. Shortly, the sky filled with long filaments that rained out on her property and the community. Cori and her neighbor Marie Snow collected samples and then alerted local environmental agencies, politicians and nearby airports. After the media reported on her story, Cori received more accounts from others around the country describing the same types of long fibrous filaments raining down onto the surface.