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The Most Intense Geoengineering Interview Ever!


A deep conversation about the end of the northern hemisphere, we’re not sure if geoengineering can be stopped, but we are certain that even if it is, the earths natural feedback has already begun and it is too late.


In the next 2 decades we may see the end of human activity in the northern hemisphere, we provide an action plan and profound advice about how to meet this challenge head on.

01/14/2014 – The Vinny Eastwood Show

Vinny’s NUTShell: Dane Wigington 


Jan 13 Vinny Eastwood Show with Dane Wigington

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6 Responses to The Most Intense Geoengineering Interview Ever!

  1. Elaine says:

    Two wonderful human beings on this planet. I greatly respect both Dane and Vinny Eastwood. I’ve been listening to thevinnyeastwoodshow.com for over three years now. People really need to check him out too. He has so many interesting and informative guests, such as Dane.

  2. Alexandra says:

    Thank You Vinny & Dane for a great interview & so much up to date information, it is greatly appreciated the time you all take from your lives to try to save the planet & all of us.

  3. stopskca says:

    Neil Young has never mentioned chemtrails. We are losing.

  4. James says:

    Post Script: Neil Young has taken on the Alberta oil sands project. He is winning.

  5. James says:

    Thank you again Dane, for throwing yourself wholeheartedly at this, with everything you’ve got. You are masterful at keeping the message on point. Your strength of character reminds me of a tough-as-nails spread-boss i knew while working as an apprentice pipefitter on pipeline construction in northern Alberta in the 70’s. Every day, seven days a week, dawn to dusk we laid pipe in -32F to -38F temps, because it was the only time of the year we could lay pipe in frozen muskeg. One day we broke the company record and laid over two miles, 60 foot lengths, each connection welded five times. Well, today that permafrost is threatening to melt. What happens to the vast network of gas pipelines I wonder, here and in Russia. Those welds are going to break if the landscape melts. There are incidences of Caterpillar D8’s and nines disappearing into muskeg when it softens. 69% of Russia is built on that. Just a thought.

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