Saturday, February 15, 2014


On 14 February 2114, Professor Martin L Weitzman, of Harvard University, explains the weather.

The world in 2114

He explains that geo-engineering the weather, which means changing the weather, is going to shape our future.

Aircraft spread particles to block out some of the suns rays. These are called chemtrails.

According to Weitzman:

1. We geo-engineer the weather when we burn things like coal.

2. Nature engineers the weather when a volcano throws out lots of dust.

After Tambora erupted in Indonesia 1815, we had The Year Without a Summer and Eighteen Hundred and Froze to Death and there were major food shortages across the Northern Hemisphere.

According to Weitzman:

3. Governments now have the ability to create a 'space sunshade'.

They do this by shooting particles into the skies to block out some of the sunshine.

This can lower temperatures immediately.

Michigan, USA

In 2006, Paul Crutzen won the Nobel Prize for his research on geo-engineering.

4. This 'space sunshade' will not solve the problem of high concentrations of CO2 making the oceans too acid.

Krakatoa affected the weather worldwide. After Tambora erupted in 1815, we had The Year Without a Summer and Eighteen Hundred and Froze to Death and there were major food shortages across the Northern Hemisphere.

According to Weitzman:

5. The 'space sunshade' could cause big problems.

Almost certainly, rain patterns will be altered, perhaps greatly altered for the worse. 

There are possible threats to the ozone layer. 

The geo-engineering could cause catastrophic weather.


Retired USDA Biologist on Chemtrails.

Chemtrails help the military, because they make their directed energy weapons work better.

What Chemtrails Really Are 

Chemtrail controversy won't go away.


Mike said...

Those of you who are still unsure about the chemtrail "theory" need to start paying attention to the skies here in the UK.
In Manchester chemtrails are common. I work outside and I see them on a regular basis. The phenomenon that I have witnessed in our skies is far too suspicious to be considered either "normal" or "natural".
Start watching and you will start seeing.

Anonymous said...

mankind may have an influence on climate, but the claims made concerning co2 seem very far fetched, if one checks out one of the following vids:
"vimeo the boy who cried warming"
"the great climate warming swindle"
What exactly caused the climate warming (shamefully called by Wikipedia "climate anomaly") from 1000-1300, when farmers were growing rye in Greenland, which isn't possible today..
co2 is a wonderful tool to milk the public with additional duties and taxes "in order to cut back on co2", here in Switzerland we pay an additional CHF 7.-- / 100 litre heating oil since january 1st in that aspect..

shirlz007 said...

'Chemtrails' is something I hardly know anything about... but in June 2011 I witnessed a black helicopter, in BROAD DAYLIGHT! spray over Lancaster, UK at low altitude (meaning I could see the pilot).

brian said...

Egypt: A People’s Revolution, Not a Crisis or Coup (Nawal El Saadawi)
Every revolution in history has had its counter-revolution. Most recently, internal and external forces allied, as they did in Egypt, to abort the January 2011 revolution.
But the Muslim Brotherhood failed to abort this latest revolution on June 30, 2013, and they will continue to fail because those who have rebelled against them have learned the lessons of the past. Their consciousness has deepened with organization and unity.
Thirty-four million youth, men, and women went out into the streets and squares. They were determined to topple the religious government, under the control of the Muslim Brotherhood, as well as stand up to all who supported the Brotherhood them at home and abroad .
They wanted to expel all who would use religion for economic and political gain and to oust Morsi. The will of the people was and is more powerful than the military, the police, and any religious or economic weapons. Here is the lesson of human history: There is no principle higher than truth and sincerity in the quest for freedom, justice and dignity.
During its rule, the Muslim Brotherhood tried to divide the people into believers and heretics, but it failed. There were many believers (in Islam) in the anti-Morsi crowds. The power of the millions was like the sea that protects itself with its own strength, and its tremendous waves swept away the jinn and the ghosts.
Muslim Brotherhood militias killed young men and women, but the multitudes in the streets, in the neighborhoods and in the countryside kept growing. They were not afraid of the bullets, they did not retreat one step, but kept advancing until they toppled the regime.
The revolutionaries turned to the national army and the army responded. The police, also, served the people and not the regime.
The age of jinn, spirits and nonsense has ended. The light of knowledge, truth, love and creativity are increasing day by day.
And yet, there are imperialists and Americans who claim that this was not a revolution that demands a new legitimate regime, but merely a crisis, or a coup against democracy.
On July 5, I watched a group of American men on CNN threatening to cut off aid to the revolutionary Egyptian people. And I laughed out loud. I hope that they cut off this aid! Since the time of Anwar Sadat in the 1970s, this aid has destroyed our political and economic life. This aid helps the U.S. more than anyone else. This aid goes directly into the pockets of the ruling class and corrupts it. This aid has strengthened American-Israeli colonial rule in our lands. All that the Egyptian people have gained from this aid is more poverty and humiliation.
Democracy is about more than elections. Legitimacy means more than the ballot box, it means the power of the people.
We Egyptians need a new constitution that will realize the principles of the revolution: equality for all without distinction of sex, religion or class. This we must do first, not just rush to presidential and parliamentary elections. We should not put the cart before the horse. We must not repeat mistakes.
We need a communal, revolutionary leadership and not a single leader.
This is a historical revolution and not a coup d’etat or protest movement or outraged uprising. It is a revolution that will continue until all of its goals are realized.

Nawal El Saadawi is an internationally renowned Egyptian writer who’s writing has influenced five generations of women and men in Egypt and other Arab countries, and paved the way for dissidence, rebellion and revolution. For more than four decades she has suffered under Egyptian political and religious authorities, which has led to imprisonment, exile, death threats and court trials.

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