Letters to the Editor Week of 8/12/19

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Weather control?
To the editor: Recent Press articles regarding the consequences of extreme weather prompt my earnest appeal to alert your readers about a significant environmental threat to our health, threatening infrastructure, crops and trees, contaminating the soil they’re grown in, our entire water supply, and whole ecosystems.
It came into use in an insidious way. It’s so cleverly woven into our culture that we don’t even see it anymore, and so masterfully stigmatized and wrapped in controversy that if one thinks it strange or concerning, one’s scorned or ignored.
Happening in the sky above us, it’s called geoengineering or climate engineering. We can find articles and debates in which scientists are proposing to “dim” the sun to slow down climate change, using a technique called “Solar Radiation Management” (SRM). However, it’s been out of the proposal stage for quite some time, and even though officials will not admit it (the liability would be immeasurable,) SRM is already in operation, covertly and cooperatively with the governments of China, Russia etc.
Global climate engineering/geoengineering programs are radically disrupting weather patterns and the hydrological cycle (causing drought in some areas, flooding others), shredding the ozone layer, and contaminating the entire planet with the toxic fallout from these atmospheric spraying operations.
The air we breathe could be contaminated with toxic nano-particulates. Shine a bright light straight up outdoors tonight and see what we’re breathing 24/7.
Climate engineering programs have been fully deployed for many years. There are no regulations on these atmospheric spraying programs, and no oversight whatsoever.
Jerusalem Township trustees were told to “expect a Nor’easter in the fall.” Is that a prediction, or “scheduled” by the main geoengineering contractor that provides climate modeling to National Weather Service and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration?
Learn more at: www.geoengineeringwatch.org
Gretchen Thomas
Lake Twp.


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