Jet trails muck skies over city 3rd day; Obama targets smokestacks

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Official pollution by jets is laid across the skies of Chattanooga on Aug. 2, a Sunday morning. (Photo Blacky Darr)

Official pollution by jets is laid across the skies of Chattanooga on Aug. 2, a Sunday morning. (Photo Blacky Darr)

Sunday, Aug. 2, 2015, I fetch the family newspaper at the bottom of the driveway, and am apprised of the day's aerial displays by this scene over Soddy-Daisy. (Photo David Tulis)

Sunday, Aug. 2, 2015, I fetch the family newspaper at the bottom of the driveway, and am apprised of the day’s aerial displays by this scene over Soddy-Daisy. (Photo David Tulis)

Federally sanctioned air pollution over Nashville serves a secret national policy, and is not opposed by President Obama who wants to reduce "emissions" to save the planet. (Photo Brian Mac)

Federally sanctioned air pollution over Nashville serves a secret national policy, and is not opposed by President Obama who wants to reduce “emissions” to save the planet. (Photo Brian Mac)

A Lord's Day morning Aug. 2, 2015, over Soddy-Daisy; federal jets and others pour negative emissions over Chattanooga. But some people say these are merely water vapor. (Photo David Tulis)

A Lord’s Day morning Aug. 2, 2015, over Soddy-Daisy; federal jets and others pour negative emissions over Chattanooga. But some people say these are merely water vapor. (Photo David Tulis)

The U.S. invests heavily in jet pollution because it reduces the power of sunlight hitting the surface of the earth, here that of Northern California. (Photo Patrick Roddie)

The U.S. invests heavily in jet pollution because it reduces the power of sunlight hitting the surface of the earth, here that of Northern California. Airlines are subsidized to lay trails, and the Air Force’s Stratotanker fleet 400 strong has been exhausted in the administration of the program. (Photo Patrick Roddie)

Tennessee is not alone in being treated for a bad case of sunlight. Southern Belgium near Couvin gets a dosage. (Photo Titi Bobo, Chemtrails Suisse)

Tennessee is not alone in being treated for a bad case of sunlight. Southern Belgium near Couvin gets a dosage. (Photo Titi Bobo, Chemtrails Suisse)

The idyl of proponents of what's called solar radiation management: A murky smog such as this one in Tennessee. But reduced sunlight harms human health and interferes with wind and rain. (Photo Tennessee Skywatch)

The idyl of proponents of what’s called solar radiation management: A murky smog such as this one in Tennessee. But reduced sunlight harms human health and interferes with wind and rain. (Photo Tennessee Skywatch)

Germans who come to the EPA-protected state of Tennessee to work in Volkswagen are leaving scenes such as this one behind, in Aachen, Germany. Weather intervention at its best. (Photo Nadine Core)

Germans who come to the EPA-protected state of Tennessee to work at Volkswagen are leaving scenes such as this one behind, in Aachen, Germany. Weather intervention at its best. (Photo Nadine Core)

Another play of jets in the skies of Germany. When skies are hazed out they serve for use as electromagnetic pulse pathways. (Photo Facebook)

Another play of jets in the skies of Germany. When skies are hazed out they serve for use as electromagnetic pulse pathways. (Photo Facebook)

An artificial sky builds up over Chattanooga Aug. 2, 2015. (Photo David Tulis)

An artificial sky builds up over Chattanooga Aug. 2, 2015. (Photo David Tulis)

Weather intervention over Jefferson County, Tenn., tells of solar radiation management, as scientists call it. (Photo Tennessee Skywatch)

Weather intervention over Jefferson County, Tenn., tells of solar radiation management, as scientists call it. (Photo Tennessee Skywatch)

In the Sierra Nevada Mountains in California, hikers see a little more of mankind than they might wish on June 17, 2015. (Photo Patrick Roddie)

In the Sierra Nevada Mountains in California, hikers see a little more of mankind than they might wish on June 17, 2015. (Photo Patrick Roddie)

Policy skies over Northern California. (Photo Lori Bridgeford)

Policy skies over Northern California. (Photo Lori Bridgeford)

I went to church on the Lord's Day, witnessing this skyscape that appears none too holy. (Photo David Tulis)

I went to church on the Lord’s Day, witnessing this skyscape that appears none too holy. (Photo David Tulis)

The conversion of jet emissions such as these over Trier, Germany, into cloud cover is a developed science. (Photo Fabrice Loisel)

The conversion of jet emissions such as these over Trier, Germany, into cloud cover is a developed science. (Photo Fabrice Loisel)

President Obama and the deep state continue their part in a global program to alter the weather and save the planet.  (Photos Nasa)

President Obama and the deep state continue their part in a global program to alter the weather and save the planet. (Photos Nasa)

When Chattanooga is doused with aerosols, so is upper northeastern Tennessee. (Photo Geoengineering our Tennessee Skies)

When Chattanooga is doused with aerosols, so is upper northeastern Tennessee. (Photo Geoengineering our Tennessee Skies)

This layout of muck over Chattanooga is typical for “chemtrail days.” (Photo David Tulis)

This layout of muck over Chattanooga is typical for “chemtrail days.” (Photo David Tulis)

Another view of Chattanooga's blue skies befouled Aug. 2, 2015. (Photo Blacky Darr)

Another view of Chattanooga’s blue skies befouled Aug. 2, 2015. (Photo Blacky Darr)

I am on my way home from worship Aug. 2, 2015, heading north along Highway 153. (Photo David Tulis)

I am on my way home from worship Aug. 2, 2015, heading north along Highway 153. (Photo David Tulis)

A magnificent view of Yosemite National Park. (Photo Sabrina Dodaj)

A magnificent view of Yosemite National Park. (Photo Sabrina Dodaj)

A skywatcher in Michigan captures this magnificent scene. Stratospheric aerosol geoengineering is not hapless contrail emissions from old engines, but something much more exciting. (Photo Thomas Molter)

A skywatcher in Michigan captures this magnificent scene. Stratospheric aerosol geoengineering is not hapless contrail emissions from old engines, but something much more exciting. (Photo Thomas Molter)

 

By David Tulis

Intense jet traffic laid a crisscross pattern of plumes over the skies of Chattanooga for three days in a row, creating blocks and blots of stratospheric haze that dimmed the natural clouds in the foreground.

The treatments are part of a weather modification program that is outside the scope of NOAA form 17-4, which grants permits to farm associations and corporations to modify the weather. That federal agency, the national oceanic and atmospheric administration, lacks jurisdiction of aerosol “injections” that serve the interests of national security.

Aerosolized skies are polluted by policy. They are the official emission of microscopic metal particles intended to stay aloft to deflect sunlight and make the sky conductive to electrical discharges from military facilities on the ground.

One result is the dimming of sunlight, the making the sky turgid and lethargic, slowing winds, altering the rain cycle and giving occasion for magnificent — and bizarre — weather events. These “negative emissions” damage health in Chattanooga and Hamilton County because the aluminum nanoparticles drift to the ground, where they are absorbed by people through the skin, dining on farm products and inhalation. Neurological ill health is rampant here and in many other cities. Chattanooga’s high rating for breathing problems is generally attributed to pollen, but pollution may be a factor.

The federal president, Barack Hussein Obama, on Monday announced he will use his executive authority to take further control of the industrial economy via air pollution controls. “In finalizing the unprecedented pollution controls,” the Chattanooga Times Free Press reports (via The Associated Press), “Obama was installing the core of his ambitious and controversial plan to drastically reduce overall U.S. emissions, as he works to secure a legacy on fighting global warming.”

The effort to deindustrialize the U.S. economy in the name of global warming and climate change appears to contradict the off-the-books program of stratospheric aerosol geoengineering that has its origins in weather warfare programs begun in the 1960s during the Vietnam war. The government in Washington, to slash fumes from utility smokestacks, consistently dumps millions of tons of bright ash into the upper atmosphere with no regard to human health but every care for that of the planet. Aluminum, strontium and barium are part of the rich breathable heritage of the program, these elements being unregulated but measured without break by Hamilton County and city air pollution control monitors run by the local air pollution control bureau.

The program ease up in the first part of July, and is picking up steam. Jets laid white trails of water vapor and other materials July 8, 16, 21, 22, 23, 25, 26 and 27. A light month, based on my powers of observation. Jets laid mucky cloud cover over the city Sunday, Monday and today at the beginning of August.

Bizarre weather

Meanwhile, violent weather that accompanies human intervention in the marketplace of the clouds is widely in evidence.

— Iran is suffering an apocalyptic heat wave. “The Middle East is trapped under a brutal “heat dome” that has brought apocalyptic weather and a heat index that makes it feel like 164 degrees in one Iranian city. For more than a week, Iran and Iraq have endured scorching temperatures, prompting Baghdad to declare a four-day “heat holiday” and leaving the Iranian city of Bandar Mahshahr dangerously close to breaking the all-time record with a heat index of 164 degrees on Friday. “That was one of the most incredible temperature observations I have ever seen and it is one of the most extreme readings ever in the world,” AccuWeather meteorologist Anthony Sagliani told the New York Post.”

— Artificially nucleated storms create bizarre excesses, such as hail that covered parts of Amarillo, Texas, in April 2012 (4 feet deep) or in Colorado Springs May 7 (3 to 8 inches) or Rapid City, S.D., which was pelted by hail so badly July 15 that snowplows had to be brought out (4 inches deep).

— Record hail storm in Michigan. “The largest hail stone ever recorded in Northern Michigan fell Sunday, Aug. 2, 2015, near West Branch *** It was measured at 4.25 inches. Given the Top 10 list of the state’s largest hail stones, this one ranks quite high. ‘We’ve seen this kind of hail only a handful of times since records began in the mid-1950s,’ said Matt Gillen, a weather service meteorologist. ‘Hail this size usually is seen in the Plains States, like Texas and Oklahoma.’”

Weather intervention by the U.S. government along the west coast has kept California dry for its fourth year, and created remarkably excessive conditions elsewhere. Chattanooga is often the target of environmental modification activities before storm fronts move in, causing the systems to largely dissipate before dropping rainfall.

“Modern industrialized society has inflicted immense damage to our planet and its life support systems,” says Dane Wigington of Geoengineeringwatch.org. “Though there are countless forms of anthropogenic destruction, climate engineering is the most expansive and lethal of all.”

Sources: “Searing 164-degree temps in Iran as ‘heat dome’ traps Middle East,” Fox News, Aug. 3, 2015. http://www.foxnews.com/world/2015/08/03/searing-164-degree-temps-in-iran-as-heat-dome-traps-middle-east/

“Hail Storm Prompts Use Of Snowplows Near Rapid City,” KDLT News, July 15, 2015. http://www.kdlt.com/news/local-news/Hail-Storm-Prompts-Use-Of-Snowplows-Near-Rapid-City/34176236

The creation of artificial plasma in the sky makes cloud cover susceptible to radio and other transmissions that regularize and control their appearance, as here in New York. (Photo Charlotte Michelle Province on Facebook)

The creation of artificial plasma in the sky makes cloud cover susceptible to radio and other transmissions that regularize and control their appearance, as here in New York. (Photo Charlotte Michelle Province on Facebook)

This photo from a British newspaper shows artificial remains from a U.S. hailstorm.

This photo from a British newspaper shows artificial remains from a U.S. hailstorm.

Stratospheric aerosol geoengineering has helped keep California dry for four years. (Photo Geoengineeringwatch.org)

Stratospheric aerosol geoengineering has helped keep California dry four years. (Photo Geoengineeringwatch.org)

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