By David Tulis
On Tuesday I saw several white streaks across the sky, including one plane that in leisurely fashion flew over Hixson as I was waiting in line for an auto emissions test for my van. Activity in the skies was desultory.
However, next day, the morning skies over Chattanooga were crowded with flyover jets leaving smoky patterns that dispersed into clouds and haze. Wednesday promised to be a busy day for aircraft serving the public policy of climate control.
I left Soddy-Daisy for Chattanooga at about 10 a.m., the sky crowded with white stripes. The public service project of the good people, as I call them, seemed to have wound up by noon. The sky over Chattanooga was bright, but muddy, with an indistinct haze mixed with high-flown cirrus like cloud structures. From a roadside perch near the top of Lookout Mountain, I saw a muzzy-looking sky, as if it were back in the 1960s when smokestacks poured forth industrial waste into the air.
Solar radiation management is premised on the theory that the planet is warming up because of industry, highways, tarmac and human exhalation and toilets. The program seeks to deflect sunlight away from the surface of the earthy by using aluminum nanoparticles developed to stay in the air for months, according to geoengineeringwatch.org’s Dane Wigington, an independent researcher. Spraying over the past 30 years already has dimmed by 20 percent the light reaching the earth and drastically reduced evaporation rates.
Media coverage assistance?
If you are concerned about public health and wonder if these activities are in favor of your personal well-being, please assist me in recording these overflights the next time they occur. I am particularly interested in a person with an environmentally friendly perspective helping me determine if these overflights are deleterious to human health for those of us whose lungs are required to inhale and exhale several times every minute. I would assist this person’s efforts using state information requests, FOIAs, personal interviews, online research, cameras and other procedures to document this governmental program that I fear is not getting its due credit.
I’ve published two essays about geoengineering flights over Chattanooga:
The necessity of mass atmospheric pollution
Dane Wigington’s website summarizes below the peril of atmospheric interventionism by governments in league with big industry. That environmentalists are not alarmed by the aged program is explained by the gargantuanism implied in “climate change.” So urgent is the need to cool the planet (or do something we suppose will cool it) that we have no droplet of concern left to wring for members of the hapless public, one that should be thankful we are saving the earth for the survival of the human race. The plea of necessity is powerful.
2nd day of sky-striping over Chattanooga
CHATTANOOGA, May 8, 2014 — On Wednesday the city was sprayed by morning overflights of jets at an estimated 40,000 feet. The next day, Thursday, desultory flights over the city continued laying down a mist. Below are shots of Day No. 2 of sky striping, intended to save the planet and reduce the intensity of sunlight on houses, streets, car hoods, sidewalks and bald pates of men in their 50s. Some cloud formations may have resulted from day-old particulate deposits in the atmosphere.