10 questions about sky to test your powers of observation

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Often nowadays we see the sun through a hazy filter. Any ideas why? (Photo David Tulis)

Often nowadays we see the sun through a hazy filter. Any ideas why? (Photo David Tulis)

By David Tulis

In covering local economy and free markets in Chattanooga I have come upon the story of “solar radiation management” as it affects weather conditions and indirectly the health of local residents. I argue that strong evidence suggests Chattanooga is being treated intensively by a program of artificial cloud creation, and have written extensively about both the literature of stratospheric aerosol geoengineering and about the visual evidence of an existing program.

I say existing program because the government and academic narrative available for review on the Internet says a sky striping program to cool the planet from a catastrophic warming phase is a mere proposal, a scheme of futurists that mankind must now consider to avoid making himself distinct.

This last form of evidence is worth considering. That of the eyeball. Pretend you have read no journalism and no essays about SAG. Pretend you are new to my work and have not read our extensive body of texts on SAG. Is there enough evidence by eyesight alone to suggest that reporting about about “SRM” over Chattanooga and other points on the planet might be “on to something”?

What do you see looking up? Does anything strike you about the weather over your home city and mine? The questions touch on cloud cover and sunlight and how, on certain days with heavy air traffic, the weather is entirely altered, somehow anonymized.

Dilations

➤ Do afternoons crisscrossed with jet trails look normal? Does anything strike you as anomalous, unusual, strange, different or disturbing about the weather, or any possible connection between weather and jet flights?

➤ Have noticed sky hazy in great patches with no rhyme or reason?

➤ What does the sun look like when a blank murk covers the city? Have you noticed it go dim, somethings almost disappear behind these hazy cloudbanks? Other times, when the overcast sky is clearer, have you seen the sun dilate behind the haze? It glares downward, weaker in heat, more brilliant in light — blinding. Have you seen that?

➤ Anything different about shadows from such sun? Are shadows this year different from shadows in 2012 or 2013? Do you see clearline shadows, or are they fuzzed out on these overbrilliant days marked by white trails and haziness?

➤ Does light somehow look filtered — maybe brighter, or whiter?

➤ Have you seen what appears to be weather behind weather? I mean, regular cumulus clouds nearer to you, but backdropped by an indistinct and depthless haze?

➤ Distant cloud systems, when in the foreground of a depthless and eternal-seeming haze — they stand aloft almost invisibly. Have you seen that effect?

➤ Why on blank hazy days, or days filled with stripes in the sky, do I see weird shapes in the sky of refracted sunlight — rainbows without the bow? These bows are like multicolored blotches. Have you seen these since childhood? Or only in the past year or two?

➤ Is the sky over our city anything like that from the 1980s, when smog was a problem? Just because no one says anything about it and we all have to get emissions checks on our cars doesn’t mean pollution hasn’t gotten worse. But from where might it be coming?

➤ Do the pink and yellow tints in this overhang look like pollution? If so, what could be the source? Area industry? Is it possible that some kind of pollution is actually good and may be in use to fight global warming if it reduces sunlight?

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A senior citizen strolls in her backyard; behind her is what follows heavy jet striping in a bright morning sky Saturday (March 21, 2015). (Photo David Tulis)

A Soddy-Daisy resident strolls in her backyard at 5 p.m. today; heavy jet striping over Chattanooga today blotted a bright sky (March 21, 2015). (Photo David Tulis)

This sort of total blank sky as seen in White Pine, Tenn., east of Knoxville, typifies weather altered by airborne plume-making jet traffic. (Photo Tennessee Skywatch on Facebook)

This sort of total blank sky as seen in White Pine, Tenn., east of Knoxville, typifies weather altered by airborne plume-making jet traffic. (Photo Tennessee Skywatch on Facebook)

Much of March 17, 2015, looked like this scene in Hixson, Tenn. One sees the weather, and a blank slate milky-white weather behind the weather. (Photo David Tulis)

Much of March 17, 2015, looked like this scene in Hixson, Tenn. One sees the weather, and behind it a blank-slate milky-white screen. (Photo David Tulis)

The next day in Chattanooga was like unto it, with heavy sky striping by jets both days. (Photo David Tulis)

The next day in Chattanooga was like unto it, with heavy sky striping by jets both days. (Photo David Tulis)

Aluminum, strontium and barium are constantly in the air in Chattanooga, but are not subject to EPA regulation. Here, jets claw up the sky over Kalmazoo, Mich. (Photo Cheryl Elmore DeCaire)

Aluminum, strontium and barium are constantly in the air in Chattanooga, but are not subject to EPA regulation, according to Bob Colby of the pollution control bureau. Here, jets claw up the sky over Kalmazoo, Mich. (Photo Cheryl Elmore DeCaire)

Sky striping and mucky skies disappeared after all U.S. jets were grounded after 9/11. Earlier that year, on Jan. 26, 2001, NASA scientist Louis Ngyyen took this shot off Interstate 95 in Northern Virginia. (Photo Louis Ngyyen on Facebook)

Sky striping and mucky skies disappeared after all U.S. jets were grounded after 9/11. Earlier that year, on Jan. 26, 2001, a NASA scientist took this shot off Interstate 95 in Northern Virginia. (Photo Louis Ngyyen on Facebook)

Solar radiation management, all evidence suggests, is national policy. Here, a bit of square cloud hangs over Franklin, Tenn. (Photo Mark Cantrell)

Solar radiation management, all evidence suggests, is national policy. Here, a bit of square cloud hangs over Franklin, Tenn. The government has energy-projecting equipment to help fashion weather systems, even to control key aspects of weather, according to media reports. (Photo Mark Cantrell)

Jets depositing official pollution to ostensibly deflect sunlight no doubt have Uncle’s approval, for some plumes wear coats of many colors. (Photo Marla Stair-Wood)

Jets-depositing official pollution to ostensibly deflect sunlight has Uncle’s approval, it seems, for some emissions proudly wear coats of many colors. (Photo Marla Stair-Wood)

When you see scenes such as this one in Michigan, do you wonder if anything is wrong? (Photo rom Thomas Allen Molter)

When you see a scene like this one in Michigan, do you wonder if you are seeing pollution — and, if so, is it dangerous to inhale when it comes down to the earth? (Photo Thomas Allen Molter)

Artificial skies may arguably be healthy for the planet, but what about people on the ground? What about the effects of altered sunlight? What happens to evaporation rates and hydrological cycles when the sun is obscured? (Photo Shekinah Rae on Facebook)

Artificial skies may arguably be healthy for the planet, but what about people on the ground? What about the effects of altered sunlight? What happens to evaporation rates and hydrological cycles when the sun is obscured? (Photo Shekinah Rae on Facebook)

A dim sun serves national policy, though top state actors pretend that nothing has been done to “fight global warming” by defying the sun with a layer of cloudy sunscreen. (Photo Cerceo Salvatore)

A dim sun serves national policy, though top state actors pretend that nothing has been done to “fight global warming” by defying the sun with a layer of cloudy sunscreen. (Photo Cerceo Salvatore)

If sky tattoos are only condensation trails, how come only one jet emits one in the sky over Michigan? (Photo Thomas Allen Molter)

If sky tattoos are only condensation trails, as EPA declares, how come one jet emits a trail in the sky over Michigan, but not another? (Photo Thomas Allen Molter)

I have seen over Soddy-Daisy, Tenn., jets such as this one, pouring full-wing plumes. Is this powerful evidence of something? (Photo Thomas Allen Molter)

I have seen over Soddy-Daisy, Tenn., jets such as this one pouring full-wing plumes. Is this photo of a jet over Byron, Mich., evidence of anything about which we should be concerned? (Photo Thomas Allen Molter)

Such closeups of sky striping jets strongly suggest that your hazy skies and dilated sun orb is brought to you by an existing policy and are not from the artful hand of nature. (Photo Thomas Allen Molter)

Such closeups of sky striping jets suggest that our hazy skies and dilated sun orb is brought to us by an existing federal policy and are not from the artful hand of nature. (Photo Thomas Allen Molter)

A sky striping jet flies over Byron, Mich. Photographer Thomas Allen Molter adds a highlight pointing out a bit of treacle slipping from a nozzle after the others are shut off.

A sky-ripping jet hums over Byron, Mich. The photographer points out a thread of white treacle slipping from a nozzle after his array has been shut off. (Photo Thomas Allen Molter)

While Chattanooga on March 21, 2015, was smothered by artificial skies, San Francisco is given a major treatment and by late afternoon looks just like the River City. 2 minutes.

Coverage of aerosol geoengineering in area

To nation waiting for sign, aerial visitation no better than hieroglyph

To block rays reaching Chattanooga, aircraft apply solar prophylactic, dim the sun

City gets taste of ‘negative emissions’ as scientists debate solar radiation controls

Modest Obama omits mention of heroic weather modification effort

Scientist ‘terrified’ by prospect of aerial program already in effect over cities

Stratospheric aerosol geoengineering in a nutshell: Bad news

Flick hints at city rain droplet mystery, one explained by good professor

Airport says ignorant of sky striping; no documents, memos, forms exist 

Horizon-to-horizon lines tell of global engineering policy that affects you

Jet flights by hundreds drag white scars across city skies on Lord’s Day

Was NOAA form 17-4 filled out for city weather modification exercise?

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