Tuesday, December 6, 2011

H2O pH and Nine jet fly-overs between 7:30 - 9:30 AM Kapaa, Kauai

Kauai skies November/December 2011 have been consistently tainted with mass geo-engineering leaving great swaths of the upper atmosphere with fake cloud cover-- often characterized with "rippling" now commonly associated with HAARP activity. The crafters of this secret crime are getting better at hiding their activity doing more work at night around Kauai leaving skies above a mess. But not this morning, they are back to the overt workings of in-your-face spraying-- nine jet fly-overs between 7:30 - 9:30 AM. This is unusual, however it has happened on several occasions in the past. Some jets left trails while others did not. They all appear flying nearly the same altitude. What gives?
Following Kauai's spraying for some time now and contributing to this site regularly, I am pleased to see many fellow islanders awaking to these aerial crimes.
Personally, over the last few months I have had to augment the pH of my tap water down (make more acidic) for many of my gardening plants due to uncharacteristic increases in pH creating an environment where mildews and molds can more easily thrive. The film "What in the world are they spraying?" explains this phenom quite well.
Monitoring pH is easy to do. But now I am convinced something is in the air that effects the ground and water. I'll explain. In the recent past, my tap had produced water typically around 8.0 pH. with a ppm (parts per million) dissolved solids of 75 to 90 consistently for months September 2010 to March 2011. But things began to change. During the following spring and summer I recognized spikes in both pH and ppm. Now regular readings are 8.6 to 8.9 pH and 110 to 115 ppm.
That might not seem outrageous to many but consider how much micro-material must be present in the air to change water and soil conditions (let alone human lungs, eyes, blood, etc). Why is it that cutting-edge health therapies now include "chelation" (extracting heavy metals from the body)? Yes, it's because our environment is toxic, including metals in the air. I predict the no-longer-so-secret science of geoengineers are guilty and will pay but not before the damage is done.
If you have a pH meter try an experiment yourself if you are able (I discovered the following by accident): I fill 10 to 25 gallon tubs with tap water (8.5 pH) in my covered, open-air lanai to mix water soluble nutrients and a pH down (white vinegar) to balance pH to around 6.0. Next, just leave it alone overnight or a couple days exposed only to the air (make sure no debris falls into it). Test the water. All three of my tests (even with cleaned, various types of container materials: plastic, porcelain, wood barrel) have shown incredible spikes up over 10.0 (10.8; 10.4; 11.2). How can this be? Water at 8.5 increasing in pH to 10.5 in less than 48 hours exposed to open air? Someone may have a better explanation. The air we breathe appears to be full of junk.

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Chemtrails Contain the toxin, Barium

In 2008, a KSLA news investigation found that a substance that fell to earth from a high altitude chemtrail contained high levels of Barium (6.8 ppm) and Lead (8.2 ppm) as well as trace amounts of other chemicals including arsenic, chromium, cadmium, selenium and silver. Of these, all but one are metals, some are toxic while several are rarely or never found in nature.

The newscast focuses on Barium, which its research shows is a "hallmark of chemtrails." KSLA found Barium levels in its samples at 6.8 ppm or "more than six times the toxic level set by the EPA." The Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality confirmed that the high levels of Barium were "very unusual," but commented that "proving the source was a whole other matter" in its discussion with KSLA.


Monday, November 14, 2011

NASA on Trimethylaluminum (TMA) Chemclouds #chemtrails

BBC: Climate fix technical test put on hold


Richard BlackClimate fix technical test put on hold

By Richard BlackEnvironment correspondent, BBC News
Volcano from spaceInjection of sulphate aerosols is designed to mimic the cooling effect of volcanic eruptions

A pioneering test of a climate "tech fix" planned for October faces a six-month delay as scientists discuss the issues it raises with their critics.

The test is part of the UK-based Stratospheric Particle Injection for Climate Engineering (Spice) project.

It would use a balloon and a kilometre-long hose to spray water into the upper atmosphere - a prelude to spraying climate-cooling sulphate particles.

But the funders believe that more talks about the social aspects are needed.

The project is supported to the tune of £1.6m by UK research councils, including the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), whose independent advisory panel recommended the delay last week.

The test would have put the UK at the forefront of practical climate engineering research.

Dr Matt Watson of the UK's Bristol University, who leads the overall project, said he endorsed the decision, although his team had been "taken aback" when they first heard the news.

"We're talking about a pressure washer you could buy in a hardware shop, a long hose, and two bathloads of water, so you couldn't have a more benign experiment," he told BBC News.

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There is a very big difference between being keen to research geoengineering and being an advocate for deployment"

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"But in the end it's the social context that's important - and we realise there's no point in having the (ESPRC independent panel) process unless we're going to work with it."

The initial deployment, due to take place from an abandoned airfield in Sculthorpe, Norfolk, will almost certainly not take place before April.

If and when it does happen, the balloon will be allowed to rise to an altitude of 1km, tethered to the ground with reinforced hosepipe.

The pressure washer will pump water from the ground and spray it from the end of the hosepipe. Researchers will use the set-up to investigate practicalities such as how the balloon and the pipe react to high winds.

A planned series of further trials is envisaged, eventually answering the question of whether it would ever be practical to put large quantities of sulphate aerosols into the stratosphere this way.

The principle behind the idea is that high-altitude aerosols would cool the planet's surface by reflecting solar energy back into space, mimicking the effect of huge volcanic eruptions.

The 1991 eruption of Mount Pinatubo in the Philippines, for example, ejected at least five cubic kilometres of ash and gas which rapidly spread around the globe, decreasing the average global temperature by 0.5C.

InfographicThe postponed test would pump water droplets 1km above the ground

Climate engineering - or geoengineering, as it is often known - is a highly controversial subject.

As well as aerosol injection, ideas include devices to absorb carbon dioxide from the air, giant sunshields in space, and changing the reflectivity of land through planting different crop strains.

Proponents say research is needed into these technologies because humanity will probably need them one day, as society is unlikely to keep greenhouse gas emissions low enough to avoid dangerous impacts of climate change.

Artist's conception of space sunshieldDeployment of a giant sunshield in space to reflect solar energy is another geoengineering idea

The Spice team - drawn from a number of universities as well as Marshall Aerospace - calculates that 10 or 20 giant balloons at a 20km altitude could release enough particles into the atmosphere to reduce the global temperature by around 2C.

But opponents argue that even testing could have harmful impacts, that there are questions of ethics and international law that remain unanswered, and that even raising the prospect of geoengineering distracts from initiatives to curb emissions.

Helena Paul, co-director of environment group EcoNexus, said she was "really pleased" at the latest news.

"We are certainly not ready to carry out experiments, and this project should not just be delayed, but should be cancelled immediately," she told BBC News.

"This is particularly important because while the scientists involved keep saying that reducing emissions is the primary necessity, they risk distracting attention from that necessity at a crucial moment."

At last year's UN Convention on Biological Diversity meeting, governments agreed that geoengineering projects should not have an adverse impact on biodiversity.

But that was one of very few attempts to regulate the issue internationally, which opponents argue is a big missing ingredient given that large-scale deployment of technologies in one country could have significant impacts in others.

Research shows that the UK public share some of these concerns; in surveys, very few people were unconditionally positive about the concept of geoengineering.

Over the next six months, the Spice team will engage with stakeholder groups, discussing the ethical, social and legal issues surrounding their project.

The details have yet to be worked out, but discussions are sure to involve opponents such as EcoNexus.

However, Dr Watson said there was a need to divorce the concept of researching these technologies from their actual deployment as a climate "fix".

"My personal framing of this is that there is a very big difference between being keen to research geoengineering and being an advocate for deployment," he said.

"I am not in any way an advocate for deployment."

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Political backlash to geoengineering growing


Political backlash to geoengineering begins

Political opposition to technologies that could artificially cool the planet is in full swing. A field test of geoengineering, planned for October in Sculthorpe, UK, has been postponed for six months. Meanwhile, the European Parliament has passed a resolution that "expresses its opposition to proposals for large scale geoengineering".

The delayed field test, led by Matthew Watson of the University of Bristol, UK, involves a kilometre-long hose that will pump water into the atmosphere. Larger versions of the device could pump sulphate aerosols into the stratosphere, creating a sunshade that would cool the Earth.

According to the UK's Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), which is funding the project, the delay was recommended by an independent panel to allow external parties to air their concerns.

The decision follows a concerted campaign by a Canadian NGO, the ETC Group. Last month they issued an open letter to the UK government calling for the project to be suspended. "We believe there should be a ban on all field experimentation until there's an international agreement," says programme manager Diana Bronson. ETC Group is not seeking a ban on theoretical and modelling work or lab-based trials.

The European Parliament's resolution was pushed through by Kriton Arsenis, a Greek Socialist MEP. If the other bodies in the European Union approve it, the anti-geoengineering statement could become part of the EU's negotiating position for the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development in Rio de Janeiro in June 2012. In theory, it could then be included in any international agreement that comes out of Rio.

It's not the first attempt to control geoengineering. In late 2010, a meeting of the UN Convention on Biodiversity imposed a moratorium on any form of geoengineering that might affect biodiversity. However this shouldn't apply to Watson's field test, says Tim Kruger of the Oxford Geoengineering Programme at the University of Oxford. "I don't think anyone could argue that spraying water into the atmosphere would have an effect on biodiversity," he says.

Nevertheless Kruger is supporting the delay, arguing that public opinion must be seriously considered before experiments begin. "It's very important that work on geoengineering is not just legally but also socially acceptable," he says. "We want to avoid the kind of backlash that affected GM crops and nuclear power."


Millions of bees die overnight in Florida: Chemtrails to blame?

Excerpts from various sources
Sept. 30, 2011 Brevard County, Florida

CBS: Florida officials are abuzz as to how millions of honey bees were killed in Brevard County. Experts say pesticides might be behind the lost beehives. [Or, it could be a heavy dose of chemtrails. ~Ed.]

"The fact that it was so widespread and so rapid, I think you can pretty much rule out disease," Bill Kern, an entomologist with the University of Florida's Research and Education Center, told Florida Today. "It happened essentially almost in one day. Usually diseases affect adults or the brood, you don't have something that kills them both."

Florida Today: Charles Smith last saw his bees alive early last week. When the Fellsmere beekeeper checked them Monday, his heart dropped as he saw the mounds of dead bees spilling out of all 400 of his hives off Babcock Street, about a half-mile south of Micco Road near the Indian River County line.

Another beekeeper about a mile south found a similar amount of his bees dead, around the same time, Smith said.

"This is a total wipeout," Smith said as he opened the green wooden hives to show the destroyed honey. "This is all no good. It's been sprayed."

Brevard County Mosquito Control sprayed the area — just south of Deer Run subdivision — by helicopter the night of Sept. 21, said Peter Taylor, an operations manger for the agency.

But that spraying of dibrom droplets wouldn't have likely killed the bees, he said, because the pesticide only remains active about 30 minutes. They sprayed the area at about 9 p.m. that night, he estimates, when the bees would have been inside their hives.

Bees are crucial pollinators.

Farmers can raise avocado yields by 25 percent, for example, by using bees, according to the Florida Farm Bureau. They increase citrus yields, too, and squashes, melons, cucumbers. Cantaloupe can't produce fruit without them.

Like canaries in a coal mine, bees also reflect the overall health of the environment. The nation has been undergoing a rapid loss of bees over the past few years that may signal a decline in the health of the planet, biologists say, and a symptom of a much larger environmental problem.

But experts say the recent South Brevard bee die-offs don't fit the usual signs of so-called "colony collapse disorder." Usually, no dead bees are left behind in colony collapse.

Adult bees disappear from the hive, leaving behind the queen, boxes full of honey, pollen and a few other bees.

Scientists are studying multiple potential causes of colony collapse disorder, which some suspect may not even be a new phenomenon.

Inquiries have pointed to simple malnutrition, genetically modified crops, a mite that transmits viruses to bees, or some undiscovered pests or diseases.

Bees twitched and struggled Thursday among piles of their dead kin at Smiths lost hives.

"I rolled the dice on my whole life," said Smith, who switched back to beekeeping from construction and roofing a few years ago after the housing crash. He's got 32 years experience beekeeping, he said, and he's had small die-offs in the past, but never anything like this. "I will never get compensated for what I've lost."

Good new source for Fukushima Update 11/4/11



Occupy Movement Hits Japan -- Women camping in front of gov't building 
in Tokyo calling for end... bit.ly/s9LgLI #Fukushima #Nuclear

Geoengineering: Destroying the Atmosphere - Rosalind Peterson

Powerpoints with Rosalind Peterson & Todd Blackmon presentations on Geoengineering

Rosalind Peterson & Todd Blackmon on #Geoengineering 
Recent Powerpoints: http://bit.ly/r1jx6l and http://bit.ly/smD0pK

Geoengineering: Destroying the Atmosphere - Rosalind Peterson

Footage of 'Clouds' and EMF in action together Today 11/12/11

Good footage of #Chemtrails and #EMF in action together today 11/12/11 on Intellicast 

Thursday, November 10, 2011

Veterans Today

On Veterans Today.

New Chemtrails Trailer:  Michael J. Murphy, Co-Producer of the Groundbreaking documentary "What in the World are They Spraying?" Investigates how chemtrail/geoengineering programs are related to weather control.

On 11/10/2011 12:40 AM, Kaua`i Sky wrote:

Kaua`i Sky

Posted: 09 Nov 2011 07:50 AM PST
Posted: 09 Nov 2011 07:49 AM PST
This is my latest promo video that was made after attending the American Association for Aerosol Research Conference in Orlando and after a trip to Chicago where I found out that weather is being traded as a derivative at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. This investigation links weather control to chemtrail/geoengineering programs and illustrates how certain governments and corporations can benefit by controlling our weather. Please watch, share and spread this important message!!!!
Michael J. Murphy

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Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Weather derivative

New Chemtrail/Weather Control video by Michael J. Murphy

This is my latest promo video that was made after attending the American Association for Aerosol Research Conference in Orlando and after a trip to Chicago where I found out that weather is being traded as a derivative at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. This investigation links weather control to chemtrail/geoengineering programs and illustrates how certain governments and corporations can benefit by controlling our weather. Please watch, share and spread this important message!!!!



Michael J. Murphy

Friday, October 28, 2011

Kaua`i Sky

you can read about it at the kauai sky website.  Im gettin emails from friends in different countries ..same thing and different states.  I started researchin online and lots of ppl in different states same thing.  govt spraying us with chemicals, aluminum to break down immunities of the weak...lower the population etc.  Ive been feelin it in my lungs the last year ...was wondering why....these chemtrails started on Kauai about a year ago...its in maui etc.  these are different than regular airplane trails so im learning.  creepy
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