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Dane Wigington

 I began study and research on meteorology and atmospheric change in the late 90′s. After moving to Shasta County Cal. in 2001 and building one of the largest “off grid” solar homes in Northern California, I took notice of the of the sporadic aircraft “trails” and “grid patterns” that were blocking ever increasing amounts of my homes solar charging capacity (sometimes up to 80%). Subsequent research lead me straight to the subjects of SAG (stratospheric aerosol geoengineering) and SRM (solar radiation management). I began lab testing of rain samples on a consistent basis. The skyrocketing toxicity of once pristine rainfall over the Pacific Northwest was shocking. Massive and ever escalating quantities of the exact heavy metals called for in numerous geoengineering patents were present in all samples tested at Northern California’s state certified lab. I witnessed a stark and accelerating tree mortality along with insect and amphibian decline. Years of continuing research have left me with the following conclusion, the threat posed by geoengineering, both immediate and long term, cannot be overstated.  I have spent the last decade dedicated to researching and exposing the long list of dire consequences related to the ongoing atmospheric spraying programs.