U.S. jets rake Tennessee’s 4 cities; anecdotal evidence program working

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Chattanooga is heavily treated Sunday, Nov. 2, 2014, by aircraft that serve federal climate control programs.

Chattanooga is heavily treated Sunday, Nov. 2, 2014, by aircraft that serve federal climate control programs.

This scene from my churchyard in Brainerd suggests the intense program depositing tons of metallic particulate into the air over my hometown.

This scene from my churchyard in Brainerd suggests the intense program depositing tons of metallic particulate into the air over my hometown.

These trails are seen from a building off Highway 58 — clawmarks in the sky.

These trails are seen from a building off Highway 58 — clawmarks in the sky.

A view from a church parking lot looking westward — so intense has been the plume-leaving that the skyline has turned hazy.

A view from a church parking lot looking westward — so intense has been the plume-leaving that the skyline has turned hazy.

The federal government and its contractor flights heavily pour “negative emissions“ today (Nov. 2, 2014) over Memphis.

The federal government and its contractor flights heavily pour “negative emissions“ today (Nov. 2, 2014) over Memphis.

Nashville skies are a mess today, thanks to sky tattooing operations by Uncle. (Photo Doug Diamond, Facebook)

Nashville skies are a mess today, thanks to sky tattooing operations by Uncle. (Photo Doug Diamond, Facebook)

Knoxville‘s choked skies worsened as evening set in on a major treatment day in Tennessee, Nov. 2, 2014. (Photo Marla Stair-Wood, Facebook's Tennessee Skywatch)

Knoxville‘s choked skies worsened as evening set in on a major treatment day in Tennessee, Nov. 2, 2014. (Photo Marla Stair-Wood, Facebook’s Tennessee Skywatch)

Climate engineering is a global phenomenon, and fewer people are willing to believe official insistence that sky striping is merely a proposed method to fight global warming. Here, France. (Photo Association Citoyenne Pour le Suivi, Etude at l'Information sur les Programmes d'Interventions Climatiques et Atmosphereiques)

Climate engineering is a global phenomenon, and fewer people are willing to believe official insistence that sky striping is merely a proposed method to fight global warming. Here, France. (Photo Association Citoyenne Pour le Suivi, Etude at l’Information sur les Programmes d’Interventions Climatiques et Atmosphereiques)

Aerosol deposits are in the millions of tons a year over cities such as Chattanooga. The health consequences among residents of the city are unknown.

Trails mark a later afternoon sky over Chattanooga, as seen from Brainerd Road. Aerosol deposits are in the millions of tons a year over cities such as Chattanooga. The health consequences among residents are unknown.

Five or six jets are visible at any one time today as U.S. pilots injected “negative emissions“ over the city to dim the sun (and for other purposes not publicized).

Five or six jets are visible at any one time today as U.S. pilots inject “negative emissions“ over the city to dim the sun (and for other purposes not publicized).

Clearly many participants in the U.S. war on global warming are contract jets, as this red one seen this evening from Soddy-Daisy, Tenn.

Clearly many participants in the U.S. war on global warming are contract jets, as this red one seen this evening from Soddy-Daisy, Tenn.

Gaps in these Nashville sky chemtrails suggest emissions are a hydraulic and mechanical process, not incidental condensation from a hot jet engine in moist air. (Photo Doug Diamond, Facebook)

Gaps in these Nashville sky chemtrails suggest emissions are a hydraulic and mechanical process, not incidental condensation from a hot jet engine in moist air. (Photo Doug Diamond, Facebook)

Nashvillians for the most part ignore dramatic scenes such as this one in their skies, innocent of any suspicion or health worry. (Photo Doug Diamond, Facebook)

Nashvillians for the most part ignore dramatic scenes such as this one in their skies, innocent of any suspicion or health worry. (Photo Doug Diamond, Facebook)

Official pollution that is disregarded by every environmental group: Stratospheric aerosol geoengineering, as seen in middle Tennessee today. (Photo Jason Sinard, Facebook)

Official pollution that is disregarded by every environmental group: Stratospheric aerosol geoengineering, as seen in middle Tennessee today. (Photo Jason Sinard, Facebook)

Chemtrailing alters the quality of the sky, bringing to it a gray haze, as on this horizon in France. (Photo Association Citoyenne Pour le Suivi, Etude at l'Information sur les Programmes d'Interventions Climatiques et Atmosphereiques)

Chemtrailing alters the quality of the sky, bringing to it a gray haze, as on this horizon in France. (Photo Association Citoyenne Pour le Suivi, Etude at l’Information sur les Programmes d’Interventions Climatiques et Atmosphereiques)

Even this evening over the skies of Soddy-Daisy, Tenn., jets few. Here, in a brief respite in the traffic, a chembo glows like a golden chip in the sky.

Even this evening over the skies of Soddy-Daisy, Tenn., jets fly. Here, in a brief respite in the traffic, a chembo glows like a golden square chip in the sky.

Internationally, government deposits of anti-sunlight pollutants made of nanoparticulate metals and other materials create remarkable scenes such as this one in Warneton, Belgium. (Photo Facebook)

Internationally, government deposits of anti-sunlight pollutants made of nanoparticulate metals and other materials create remarkable scenes such as this one in Warneton, Belgium. (Photo Facebook)

I am uncertain as to the origins of this image, and suspect it could be a piece of artwork. But it presents the hidden storyline: Black pollution (that heats the planet) being fought by white pollution (that dims the sun to ostensibly cool it).

I am uncertain as to the origins of this image, and suspect it could be a piece of artwork. But it presents the hidden storyline: Black pollution (that heats the planet) being fought by white pollution (that dims the sun to ostensibly cool it).

By David Tulis

Jets flights perhaps numbering in the hundreds fly over Chattanooga this afternoon and evening, laying rake lines of white plume — some long and drippy, some stopping and starting. Others short and fat and in parallel formation — like a row of boys in highchairs burping all at once.

Heavy concentrations of aircraft overfly Knoxville, Nashville, Murfreesboro and Nashville, according to activists who watch the skies for evidence of stratospheric aerosol geoengineering. SAG is a key ingredient in the so-called war on global warming and achieves a seemingly inconsequential effect.

The sky had been clear as my family and I arrived at church at 9:45 a.m., but become subject to a white tattooing at about noon. When I emerge from a second worship service at church at 4:15 p.m. at a church in Brainerd, the skies over downtown and beyond were littered with stripes and clouds of the sort that blow jagged across the sky from jet traffic.

Some jets drag long trails that stretch for dozens of miles. Other jets leave short trails only that vanish 15 plane lengths. Yet other jets in the otherwise blue sky leave no trail at all. This divergence of result suggests the stripes aren’t innocent contrails, a claim made by global warming deniers who blame industry for all emissions that affect weather patterns.

Climate report today blames man, ignores chemtrails

Elsewhere today the U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change releases a “synthesis” report of its fifth full scientific climate assessment since 1990.  “Anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions have increased since the pre-industrial era, driven largely by economic and population growth, and are now higher than ever,” intones the IPCC report, aiming its guns at human population, industry, energy consumption and the prospect of tougher regulation. “This has led to atmospheric concentrations of carbon dioxide, methane and nitrous oxide that are unprecedented in at least the last 800,000 years. Their effects, together with those of other anthropogenic drivers, have been detected throughout the climate system and are extremely likely to have been the dominant cause of the observed warming since the mid-20th century.”

But sky striping expert Dane Wigington, in a post at geoengineeringwatch.org, says the document “falls far short of stating how horrifically the climate is damaged and worse still the report does not say a word about the catastrophic and ongoing climate engineering programs. In our Orwellian world of total denial and omission the population is still completely oblivious to the fact that our biosphere is imploding.” Mr. Wigington says a “global geoengineering assault” is “radically accelerating this planetary unraveling.”

Cities sharply hit, even after dark

In Nashville, sky watcher Doug Diamond looks into the city’s sky and feels like gagging. “It’s the pharmaceutical approach to managing the earth. Oh, and it’s sickening. Literally.”

A Knoxville resident, Marla Stair-Wood, who works as a state bureaucrat, says sky striping is an attention grabber. “In Knoxville today it was mostly clear skies, and a lot of blue.” A haze developed from jet aircraft, and at sunset “they hit the west sky fast and furiously, with a lot of persistent aerosol trails.” The sky striping calmed down, she says, but revives later in the day. “Now at 9 p.m. they are spraying again; southeast sky is — I can see five trails, crisscrossing, making Xes, big fat persistent trails coming up and spreading over the moon as we speak.

“If this is solar radiation management,” she said, “why are they spraying at night?”

Tom Snowden of Sewanee says the sky was mostly clear on his drive to church, but a mess as he emerges. “I first noticed it after church in Franklin, looking up *** in the sky there were a lot [of trails] — at least a dozen concentrated crisscrossing in the sky, looking northeast toward Nashville.” Two were in parallel lines very close, but these began to expand into “one big band heading east and west.” Mr. Snowden, 48, drove to Murfreesboro and at Exit 81 stops at Wendy’s. There were sky stripes “everywhere. They were crisscrossing patterns. It seems like it was just everywhere you turned.”

Fresh ones knife across older trails that are ballooning into clouds. He says he saw one jet, glinting in the sun, follow closely a course set by another aircraft. The first jet lays a white trail, the second makes no signature.

My son’s shadow on the wall of a neighbor’s house contrasts with the clean shadow line under my hand. He is 15 feet away.

Sky striping creates an atmospheric grid through which sunlight must pass before reaching the ground. As the sun enlarges itself in the sky, diluting its might, shadows become blurry, as does that left by my son, 11, on the wall of a house. He’s 20 feet off.

Huge effort, shadowy success

Sky striping is proposed in academic circles to reduce the sunlight “budget.” The cheapest means is jet aircraft emissions, also known as negative emissions. These are used in solar radiation management, a dull usage whose effect is to dim the sun. The sun has dimmed 22 percent in the last 40 years, the BBC has reported.

Sky striping in the South has done several things to the light. Sunlight is much whiter than it was two years ago. The sun is hugely more brilliant than last summer — so dense and so routine is the particulate floating in the air (and falling eventually to the ground). Even on hazy days with no jets visible here, the iron dome of aerosol particulates is so powerful even in drift that the sun’s orb is 10 times bigger.

One effect: the dissipation of shadow, the fuzzing-up of shadow. Sky striping converts the sun into a sweatless orb of gigantic proportions in the sky.

The thousands of jet flights in the photos above have among their purposes the hazing out of the sun, and the blurring of shadows as the sun is forced to shine upon us through a screen of nanoparticulates — a nanoshield, as scientists call it.

Diffused sunlight is a result of the thousands of jet overflights — in the skies of my city and those around the world. The high atmosphere shield is made of billions of trillions of aluminium nanoparticles. Near-eternal hazes are one effect. Muzzy shadows from sunlight another. Sunlight management is letting the good people win the war on global warming. Yay. Be thankful.

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