CBS News Covers Climate Engineering
Though Northern California's ABC station (KQMS Channel 7) and Northern California's primary newspaper (Record Searchlight) blacklisted any coverage of the recent major climate engineering awareness event in Redding California. CBS (to their credit) came all the way from Sacramento to cover the event. Corporate media, of course, does their best to spin and marginalize the geoengineering reality (as they are paid and told to do), the story is still getting out and that is what matters. A 6 minute video and article from CBS news is below. My comments on their article coverage are highlighted in red and placed within the context of the written transcript. I have also listed 4 contact links at the very bottom of this article, which I hope all will utilize in order to express their views on the biased coverage (or lack of coverage) given to the critical climate engineering issue. Two of these links are for the two media outlets that boycotted the important Northern California anti-geoengineering awareness event with 1000 in attendance. The CBS Sacramento link is also included, as is the direct contact for the "scientist" CBS interviewed who did what he is paid to do, lie about and marginalize a completely science based issue. If you choose to message those on the contact list, a non-threatening and articulate manner will best serve our cause. Making our voices heard by those on this list is essential.
Growing Number Believe California’s Drought Is A Government Conspiracy
Source: CBS Sacramento, article by Nick Janes
REDDING (CBS13) — There is a growing, underground movement of people who believe California’s drought is part of a government conspiracy instead of a naturally occurring event from a lack of rain during the last four years. (There is nothing "underground" about our efforts to expose a very dire issue that the public has a right to know about.)
Dane Wigington, from geoengineeringwatch.org, says he’s putting his life on the line to reveal a truth that will shake society to its core.
From the outside, it’s clear the hundreds showing up beat to a different drum. But stepping inside a packed Redding auditorium is like walking into another world. Outlandish ideas like weather warfare and climate engineering—in other words, weather control—are accepted as basic fact. (Yes, those in attendance do "march to the beat of a different drum", the drum of reality. Weather and climate modification is a readily verifiable historical fact with more than 150 historical patents to prove this fact.)
“Climate engineering is the single greatest assault on the environment ever launched by humanity, without question,” he said.
Wigington, the lead researcher for GeoEngineering Watch, is sounding the alarm.
“It’s a responsibility—it’s not an option, it’s an obligation,” he said.
He claims grainy, shaky video is part of a mountain of evidence showing shadowy government forces are using planes to secretly spray fine particles of heavy metals like aluminum into the sky. The purpose, they believe, is to block some of the sun’s direct rays from reaching the earth in a desperate attempt to slow global warming. (Corporate media marginalization facts is a given.)
“The list of corroborating material we have is immense, including lab tests that prove the same elements named in geoengineering patents—aluminum, barium, and other heavy metals are raining down on us in massive quantities,” he said.
If you’re skeptical, this won’t help—he claims the spraying is happening off the coast of California comes with an incredibly serious side effect. The heavy metal particles are blocking rainfall, effectively steering California’s somewhere else. (The drought causing effects of geoengineering and atmospheric aerosols is extremely well documented for any that bother to actually investigate.)
In other words, climate engineering, they say, is to blame for the harshest recorded drought in California’s history.
“Nobody has a right to do this. Nobody has a right to play God with the weather,” he said.
REPORTER: You’re talking about weather control.
WIGINGTON: Yes, we are.
REPORTER: You know that sounds crazy. To an outsider, this sounds impossible; it sounds like science fiction. (Why in the world would "weather control" sound like science fiction? There are literally volumes of science data and historical documentation on this subject.)
WIGINGTON: You can’t interfere with the climate system, putting aerosols, fine particles into the atmosphere without affecting the rain, can’t do it.
REPORTER: What you’re saying is, that this drought is being directly caused?
WIGINGTON: There’s no question. The connection is inarguable.
Kyaw Tha Paw U is a UC Davis professor of atmospheric science and biometeorology with degrees from MIT and Yale.
“I would find it more likely—I’m not saying it’s actually happening—but it’s more likely there are extraterrestrial visits to the Earth (laughs) than this kind of thing happening,” he said. “I don’t know anyone in my field who believes that.” (This comparison to ET's is inexcusable, geoengineering and weather modification are hard science issues. Kyaw apparently thinks this issue of climate engineering omnicide is funny. Those in his "field" don't have the courage to speak out, just like Kyaw. It is not a matter of what they "believe", but rather what they are paid to say.)
The idea of climate engineering is out there, but actually doing it is another matter, he says. Civilian planes and most military aircraft can’t fly high enough to even make it feasible. He says the contrails people see behind planes are essentially ice clouds forming and is perfectly normal. (More outlandish and inexcusable lies from Kyaw. "Not feasible"? So the whole of the science community that is pushing the geoengineering issue is wrong? There is an unimaginable amount of lying and cowardice in our academic communities, this is an unfortunate fact.)
“It’s just a natural occurrence of combustion; water’s one of the byproducts of combustion,” he said. (Kyaws's statement gives no consideration whatsoever of the design characteristics of the "high bypass turbofan jet engine" which is fitted on ALL commercial jet aircraft and ALL military tankers.)
The video from Wigington appears to show a spray between the contrails. The professor says it looks like a rare issue involving pressure variations that causes a trial to form behind the wing and not just the engines’ exhausts. (A "rare" issue, right. Again, the basic science behind the "high bypass turbofan jet engine" is not mentioned and very likely not even known or understood by Kyaw.)
But Wigington is used to skeptics. He once was one.
“Talk is cheap for those who haven’t investigated. I didn’t want to believe this either,” he said.
His background is in solar power, but he started investigating on his own about a decade ago after becoming suspicious. that something was partially blocking the sun’s energy from reaching his solar home.
He decided to go public.
“I can’t not do this. It’s the last thing I ever wanted to do. I’m not a political person, I’m not an activist, I’m simply a father that wants his children to have a future,” he said.
His group is gaining more attention. More than 1,000 people showed up in Redding from across the country. The panel included a former California Fish and Game biologist, a former U.S. Forest Service biologist and a U.S. Navy veteran.
“I’ve spoken to NOAA scientists face-to-face who’ve told me off the record they know this is going on, but they’re afraid to speak out because they have no First Amendment protection. I’ve been it the field with USDA soil scientists, same. I’ve been told by congressional representatives, same,” he said.
The underground movement has more than its share of critics, including scientists who dismiss the weather control claims as pseudoscience and conspiracy theory talk without reliable evidence. (Again, the use of inappropriate and marginalizing terms like "underground movement" and then the reference to the official narrative of the power structure paid liars in the science community. The "solar radiation management" (SRM) subject is hard science, not "pseudoscience".)
“The negative things we like to find reasons for, and conspiracy theories are one of the ways to try and find a reason for it, when we don’t fully understand what’s going on,” Kyaw Tha Paw U said. (This is what should be understood, people like Kyaw are pawns for the power structure. Their paychecks and pensions depend on them reciting the official narrative for their paymasters. There are volumes of historical documents to confirm the ongoing climate engineering reality in addition to countless films that inarguably show military tankers spraying from nozzles at altitude.
Wigington is 100 percent certain climate engineering is happening and is causing California’s drought.
The truth, he says, will cause a global shockwave.
“The data backs this up; I’ve already bet my life on this fact and again, those who doubt this is going on, those who want to deny, those protecting their paychecks and pensions by denying it will not be able to much longer. The damage is too cataclysmic. There will be no hiding this issue much longer,” he said.
Source: CBS Sacramento, article by Nick Janes
Contacts that need to hear our voices:
"KRCR" Northern California's ABC Station, no objective coverage of the Redding event which was only a few miles from their station (KRCR was given a press release prior to the event).
"The Record Searchlight" Northern California's primary newspaper, virtually no coverage of the Redding event, also only a few miles from the event location The Record Searchlight was also supplied with a press release prior to the event and notified multiple times).
CBS Sacramento, at least they covered the event, though in the expected biased fashion.
Scientist interviewed by CBS, "Kyaw Tha Paw U". His behavior was truly outrageous. Kyaw compared the completely science based climate engineering issue to "space aliens". It is "experts" like this that have brought our world to such a dark moment. Lying seems to come easy for people like Kyaw, their paychecks and pensions are their guiding principal.