Heavy overflights lay a haze over Chattanooga, as seen from my house atop Brick Hill in Soddy-Daisy on Oct. 1, 2014. Twelve plumes — try to count them.
This view eastward from state Highway 153 on Sept. 14 reveals an aggressive laying down of white stripe. Normal airline flights to Nashville and Atlanta?
Chemtrails’ turning into cloud cover may not be healthy for those breathing particulates down below, but they are fascinating. Sept. 25, 2014, Soddy-Daisy, Tenn.
Solar radiation management makes a happy mess of the sky over St. Helens, Merseyside, U.K., helping dim the sun and scatter its rays. (Photo Facebook)
Oct. 1, 2014, another day in Chattanooga when jet aircraft deposit aerosol particulate into the sky for an artifice of cloud. A morning shot over Northgate mall.
This sky over Tipton, U.K., appears unnatural and unhealthy to some observers. (Photo Facebook)
Cheery fall colors over Litchfield, Conn., but American aircraft muzzy up the skies in what pretends to be a secret war against global warming. (Photo Facebook)
The spraying of aluminum, barium, strontium and other ingredients is global. Here, the coast of Brittney, France, holds its breath (or maybe not) waiting for the air to clear. (Photo Facebook)
My lightpole here in Soddy-Daisy gives context to an aerial demonstration Sept. 2, 2014. Does SRM increase global warming? Interventionism by civil authority worsens whatever problem is ostensibly being addressed. But a secret program cannot be debated by members of the public.
A closeup of a happy trail of water vapor (as EPA and local officials such as Bob Colby tell it) over my house in Soddy-Daisy, Tenn.
Muncie, Ind., receives a heavy treatment from “the good people” Sept. 28, 2014. (Photo Facebook)
Jefferson County, Tenn., has not been reported as having made any official objection to this day’s visitation from above, Sept. 28, 2014. (Photo Tennessee Skywatch on Facebook)
As an early mist clears, there comes into view from a window in a city in Belgium this scene of “negative emissions,“ the licensed air pollution nation-states emit as part of a global operation against sunlight and for other purposes. (Photo Facebook)
Nashville this Oct. 4, 2014, was striped horizon to horizon by unknown aircraft. (Photo Facebook)
Franklin, Tenn., under solar radiation management. (Photo Facebook)
Bizarre clouds such as these in Northumberland, U.K., are a result of stratospheric aerosol geoengineering. (Photo Andrew Crane, Facebook)
This scene from my house in Soddy-Daisy, Tenn., Oct. 6, 2014, strongly suggests air pollution. What think ye?
Environmentalists talk among themselves about sky striping such as this scene from an unknown location. But no major group is getting to the bottom of this environmental crisis for “lack of data,” a Sierra Club official tells me. (Photo Facebook)
Some photos of chemtrailing are simply breathtaking, as this one from the Netherlands. (Photo Facebook)
The Tennessee capital city of Nashville loses, once again, a blue sky to federal intervention. Oct. 4, 2014. Expect no help from its congressman. (Photo Lisa Rae Bertelli via Facebook)
Ah, the innovations of nature! This scene from Lancaster, Great Britain. (Photo Facebook)
Tennesseans should expect no intervention by government officials from such abuses by nature, as seen above Claiborne County. No sky striping program exists, Tennessee U.S. Rep. Chuck Fleischmann says. (Photo Facebook)
A plane flies over Soddy-Daisy, Tenn., Sept. 25. My digital imager is a poor affair for photos. Will you help me with some better snaps, my reader?
This sequence records a sky absorbed into the aerosol manufactory that is the U.S. SAG program. Researcher Dane Wigington’s yearly weight estimate for spraying: 20 million tons. (Photo Facebook)
This letter received Oct. 4, 2014, from U.S. Rep. Chuck Fleischmann suggests the U.S. has made no steps to fight global warming or influence the weather. He thanks me for bringing the war against climate to his attention.