Researcher and activist Dane Wigington has been documenting disturbing changes in the environment caused by geoengineering. This involves various weather modification techniques including chemtrails and HAARP. He joined guest host Jimmy Church (email) to discuss why he believes extreme weather is the result of geoengineering. According to Wigington, there are mountains of evidence in the form of congressional documents and patents going back at least 70 years, which definitively prove the reality of climate engineering programs. He cited the 1947 Project Cirrus—the first attempt to modify a hurricane—as an example, and suggested the government has had the ability to steer hurricanes ever since.
"We have animations capturing the ground-based radio frequency transmitters actually interacting with the cyclones and absolutely having a very profound effect on them," Wigington continued. Satellite imagery shows the atmospheric aerosolization used to control cyclones, he added. "These cyclones are absolutely being manipulated, there is no question," he reiterated, noting patented cyclone suppressing processes have protected the U.S. coast from hurricane strike for the last decade or so. All of this weather modification comes at a terrible price in environmental damage and biological harm to humans.
The elements, such as aluminum, used in geoengineering are highly toxic and present a health hazard when breathed into the body, Wigington explained. And the climate conspiracy extends even to local weather forecasts. Wigington questioned how meteorologists could predict mostly sunny days far in advance if weather modification is not at play. He alluded to Raytheon, calling them the biggest covert geoengineering contractors in the world, and noting how they provide weather models for the National Weather Service (NWS) and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). These agencies are simply reading a script produced by a company that can control the weather, he revealed.
Wigington expects the frequency of extreme weather events to escalate and to get much worse. For him, intentional climate intervention programs are the single largest factor for recent extreme weather events. "Climate engineering must be considered the single, greatest, and most immediate threat we face... because it's interfering with Earth's life support systems from top to bottom," Wigington warned.
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