Geoengineering Watch Global Alert News, August 22, 2020, #263


Dane Wigington

Hundreds of wildfires in the Western US have blanketed huge regions of the country in smoke. Other parts of the world, like Siberia and the Amazon rainforest, are experiencing unprecedented wildfires. Simultaniously, parts of the planet are being deluged with record rains. Systemic environmental collapse is unfolding. Governments around the globe are demonstrating their desperation by taking increasingly draconian actions to lockdown and control the masses. The latest installment of Global Alert News is below.

Courage is not defined as a lack of fear, it means doing what is right in spite of fear. All are needed in the critical battle to wake populations to what is coming, we must make every day count. Share credible data from a credible source, make your voice heard.

For those that have not yet seen our recent post on “The Dimming”, it is a groundbreaking documentary that is currently in production. This documentary film will provide answers and proof of the ongoing climate engineering / weather warfare operations. Below is a 4+ minute trailer on the upcoming film.

33 Responses to Geoengineering Watch Global Alert News, August 22, 2020, #263

  1. Pauline says:

    Australian 60minutes interviewed Dr Fauci last Sunday night. I was disgusted with the interviewer, meek and mild, so nice to this pumped up little shirt.

    The segment ended with these words from Fauci… "we are going to get out of this, we are going to end this, guaranteed. It is going to end globally, it is going to end in Australia, it is going to end in the USA,, it is going to end all over the world because we have the capability of doing it and it is up to us"

  2. Mac says:

    Few thoughts, and share from a book I've had many years, actually had three, bought two more to give others, who didn't read them. In any case, A Short History of Nearly Everything by Bill Bryson. After reading, then a year or so later, then around three years after that, various facts etc for me were less about detail, more of overall sense. Anyway few snips of interest, edited, first from chapter titled Into the Troposphere, then bit from two others –

    (on atmosphere) … It extends upward for about 120 miles, which might seem reasonably bounteous when viewed from ground level, but if you shrank the earth to the size of a standard desktop globe it would only be about the thickness of a couple of coats of varnish.  For scientific convenience, the atmosphere is divided into four unequal layers: troposphere, stratosphere, mesosphere, and ionosphere… the troposphere is about ten miles thick at the equator and no more than six or seven miles high in the temperate latitudes where most of us live.  (p. 255-6)

    …ninety-seven percent of all the water on Earth is in the seas… of the 3 percent of Earth's water that is fresh, most exists in ice sheets. Only the tiniest amounts – 0.036 percent – is found in lakes, rivers, and reservoirs, and an even smaller part – 0.001 percent – exists in clouds or as vapor. (p. 273) …the portions of earth on which we are able to live are modest indeed: just 12 percent of the total land area, only 4 percent of the whole surface if you include the seas. (p. 246)

    —- Some interesting bits I think. Would note are just snips, book is over four hundred pages and on many subjects. If interested best is used, older version with blue cover. Back to now, have to say difficult to see the last decades so much has been done, ongoing. Sharing info still, hope others try. Last a thought on words as I'd thought over years how to describe the sky as was or should be, the phrase tended to use was deep blue, but wasn't really accurate because imparts dark-ish. Remembered Dane used the word brilliant a while back, better fit I think. Appreciate your efforts Dane, and take care all –




  3. V. Susan Ferguson says:

    VSF: Weather warfare?

    Houston Hurricane Could Be America's Chernobyl | Hurricane Laura
    As Hurricane Laura makes its way toward Texas, a dogged Houston attorney and hydrologist warns that a bad-enough hurricane could turn southern Texas into what he calls a Chernobyl-scale disaster area. That’s because a major shipping channel is filled with exactly the wrong dominos to trigger a cascade failure, from debris to volatile petrochemical ships, all the way to the population centers.

    Texas Monthly reports on attorney and advocate Terence O’Rourke’s ongoing work to bring attention to what he calls “America’s Chernobyl,” if the right kind of hurricane hit the right place in coastal Galveston:
    “[A] violent storm surge […] would initially inundate densely populated, low-lying communities on the western half of Galveston Bay. Debris from those communities would then combine with thousands of shipping containers in the area, forming a destructive wall of steel and wood that would slam into thousands of chemical and crude oil storage tanks. Many tanks would be broken open by the battering ram of debris, while others would be ripped from their foundations by the water, releasing their deadly contents.”

    … As hurricane winds blast debris through chemical storage, instead of “just” a spill, now there’s a moving cloud of scrap metal that’s also spreading dangerous chemicals in a wider area—almost a biological weapon of nature.
    Texas Monthly unearths a 2016 Houston Chronicle report on the state of safety and chemical containment in the Galveston area. People there are already familiar with the risk factors, Texas Monthly explains:
    “[C]ommunities near the Ship Channel live in close proximity to toxic substances, such as silane gas, methyl mercaptan, hydrofluoric acid, sodium sulfide, and ammonia. On at least three occasions, the investigation found, those substances have been released, killing workers and endangering nearby residents.”

  4. 'a' simple horseman says:

    "Strange Days Indeed", I've never seen the like…

    I want to contribute an update on my local Coyote family. They have gone into super stealth mode, again. This is part of teaching the young ones how to behave this time of year. It also teaches them how to hunt "together". There's lots of young rodents so there's lots of room for error. Come this fall things will be different. For the record, the biggest thing I've ever seen a 'big dangerous' Coyote take down was a hen turkey. By the looks of the scene, it must have been quite a party. I still have one fine feather in memory of the turkey that fed my friends. Hard to not hold close to your heart what is close to home. A week or so ago, a Coyote pup ran across the road 30 yards in front of me. He had the nicest gate I've ever seen in a pup. Those pups are about 6 or 7 months old now. They're much like teenagers. Parallels in nature.

    On to some serious business. "Damn the Rain!" 2 weeks or so ago we had a nice rain for about 6 hours. Kind of nice to have in my region. We're pretty dry here this time of year. Last week the leaf bushes(native) started to brown out. Not yellow fall color. Now this week, my Ponderosa are dropping needles at a never seen before rate. It was bad before, this last round is crazy, seriously. Look up the Palmer Fire. It was 20 miles as the crow flies from me. The stories going around are 2015 times 10. 2 nights ago I watched aerosols being laid out that started "falling out" of the horizon very soon after dispersal, "not spreading like usual". Is the Palmer fire a prelude to what is yet to come later these coming weeks or months? Honestly, and I hate to write it, but what I saw with all the out of region trucks that showed up, I feel they were all there to get a piece of the pie. Just sayin. I've even heard first hand witness to those flammable ping pong balls being dispersed for creating the so called and needed "back fire". It is hard to witness such ineptitude when it comes to a force so predictable, "if you factor in climate engineering". It seems as if fighting fire has become quite profitable these days. Damn the notion. But it has become a reality. I watched it all first hand right outside my front door. Frankly, what I saw was the ability to over come a wild fire in good time. Then you add in a good hard wind and there is fire and disaster reaching land speeds that shouldn't be "historically". Chemistry in its most diabolical state.

    To ALL my friends, let me leave you with this: "No one ever said life was supposed to be "fun". The closer the experience brings you to your heart, the better your life is lived. Good or bad, matters not.

    Just for fun, if I may.  "What if the earth was hit by something that shut down the entire global grid. How much natural technology would be implemented just because the tech solution was no longer supported. Top of the list would be how to "eat up" all that nuclear crap. Or would man kind slowly rot away from the filth mankind created? Always looking to 'a' future….

    'a' simple horseman

  5. resi says:

    interesting NOVA is using this word, video only a few min. long

    NOVA  June 23, 2020

    Can Geoengineering “Undo” Climate Change

  6. Mary Hollowell says:

    as was covered in this week's program:

    Russia registers virus vaccine, Putin's daughter given it



  7. Blackcat Italy says:

    It has been very hot in Central Italy but particularly for the last week. On Saturday 22nd we recorded 112F on the old mercury thermometer at the front of the house, under the pergola (so not in full sun). Then took the laser thermometer and shone it at the paving slabs at the front (south-facing in the full sun – the highest ever temperature we've recorded there. 158F (78C)!!! It was impossible to touch the metal railings or metal chairs for fear of burns.  

    We went to the beach for a swim. The water was like a warm bath. We noticed that the mussels clinging to the rocks look sick.  When we looked from a distance they appeared like white clumps covering the rocks below the water line, instead of black. On closer inspection, they are all coated with a white/pink coating over most of the shell. I have never seen this before. The young, tiny mussels that were out of the water were all attached to the rocks but completely empty. 

    We had been told last year there was a problem with the mussels in the Adriatic but can't find out exactly what. The restaurants even in January were importing them from Ireland instead.  They also have mussel farming out to sea but a friend who has been out in a boat this week told us they are dying too.  There is barely anything at the beach. No crabs or shrimps in the rock-pools. Only a few small fish swim in the shallows. The people at the beach seemed oblivious and just kept glued to their Smart phones the whole time they are at the beach.   It is so sad to see what is happening and no one seems to care.  

    If people had to survive by foraging for seafood they would soon starve.  

    The good news is that we have lots of geckos living on our house. It is so good to see them come out to feed at night.  I spotted a praying mantis yesterday too. We had lots of Swallowtail butterflies earlier in the summer but not now – just too hot.  Also, some foxes have come to the rear of the house nightly and we provide them with water and scraps, as there is very little out there for them to eat.

    With all the terrible things going on in the world, it is nature that gives us pleasure.  

    The skies have been very blue until today when they sprayed right over our house!

  8. William Devlin says:

    How to begin?(for me) …. Keep it simple. As always, an important hour of critical, factual information. Thanks are not enough, but most appropriate. Dane, patience and fortitude are the handmaidens of salvation throughout history, and, it would logically follow that, because patience alone begets strength, strength alone is bliss. The stoics themselves would cringe at the def. of stoicism. Greece of the past, like the present, had BIG problems, not the least of which was, their democracy, Turmoil would best describe its tenure in linear time. If their were such a thing as a TRUE democracy in the first place, it would require god to rule over it (not a ref. to the fiat money system). The stoics however, helped to guide the people with encouragement and the very logical resource of, an inward orientation. In this way one might realize, perhaps, the best way to proceed or not. My point is they, like yourself, used time to think, and in the meantime, to bear the outrages of time and destiny, which we all undergo, with patince and fortitude in the body, and thereby tolerate (and forgive ?). Their success is why your able to quote them currently.  Many more thanks…..

        The greatest incarnation of our time is as big an elephant in the sky as SAI, SRM, etc.(bigger even), as obvious a cover up as all the false flag events, mega dollar swindles, grand jury investigations, nasa moon missions, 911, climate collapse, etc., …..and more news worthy than the combination of, both truth and fiction, on the whole. This supreme householder of world fame is, even now, an enigma in anonymous repose. In fact, he once stated, only after pulverizing the world of science down to a man/woman, that, all the world really needed was one honest scientist (equated to mean, now)……. Interestingly enough, personally, he claimed to come here in our lifetime to, "reduce to submission all pundits (intellectuals), sadus (godmen) and skeptics", among a great number of other thinigs he made no claim to! All this and more he accomplished easily or rather, made it look that way. With out hesitation, Dane, I can confide in you, this much, because mere predictions were beneath his character and dignity to stoop to, he, none the less, not so much presaged your timely arrival as he did summons you to your GOD GIVEN POST! (Sounding familiar, it gets better and better)…… I must stop here and invite you and your listening viewer ship to make your own inquiries on the matter and, again, perhaps, by the  inward method of inquiry of the stoics, combined with credible information from a credible source, ie; (ann mills, nanilal sen) you may feel free to draw your own conclusion's.

        In closing, I must tell you that dadaji always remarked that no one should take his word for anything he said and to make their own inquiries, a strain of advice  constantly echoed here on GANH. Me thinks we have a perfect fit!……. Much more good news coming your way, Dane (that's in response to your good news in this Saturday's broadcast # 263),  having just scratched the surface.  Heartfelt thanks to you, once again, that words can't convey, and to your viewers. Their feelungs and comments are deeply appreciated.  On we go, everyone, on we go.

  9. Raymond says:

    Two hurricanes are supposed to impact this part of Texas where I live, with the remnants of each storm and the core from both, passing just 40 miles to our west and 50 miles to our east. According to the current tracking models, which have not deviated much at all for several days now.

    Yet our local forecast has gone from a high of 92 and 80% chance of rain for each storm remnant's arrival… to a high of 103 and ZERO chance of precipitation! AND the forecasted path for each storm has still not deviated at all. Even though the computer models "still" show wide spread precipitation for our area… the forecasted temperature keeps going up day by day and a zero chance of rain remains in our local forecast.

    Do the climate engineers know something that they are not telling the rest of the world, in their daily NOAA storm path prediction models?

    Because our local forecast and the predicted storm path forecasts are in complete contradiction to each other!

    I have been researching a company called Climate Corp., since they were founded in 2006 by MONSANTO.

    They offer their services to " mostly GMO FARMERS" and that includes "Weather Damage Insurance"!  Tools to monitor crop performance. Software packages that offer pass through the field seed tracking, population rate at planting and during the growing season, plus yield at harvest solutions.

    Their software also instructs them when and how often to spray their crops with Round-Up, according to their seed purchase contracts with Monsanto. If they fail to spray their crops with Glyphosate, Monsanto can sue for breach of contract and confiscate their farm. Then auction it off to a new GMO farmer who has been recruited by field operatives at Climate Corp..

    Well, through my years of research and using specific data to plot my very own Hurricane and severe Drought prediction models. I have had a 92% and 88% success rate for each respectively.

    If the majority of GMO farmers refuse to purchase Climate Corp. Weather Damage Insurance, in a specific region of the US. Then the chances of Coastal farmers being hit with a strong hurricane are around 90% that year. For inland farmers their chances of being ravaged by drought are around 75%. Or in some cases like California, they engineer massive droughts to blackmail their GMO farmers into an eventual 100% compliance of Insurance premium purchases. While at the same time bankrupting Organic farmers and the wildfires are just a consequential byproduct of those droughts.

    AND because the climate engineers have ultimately altered weather patterns so vastly, for the entire Western half of the country. When the rains are finally allowed to return, they turn the spigot on full blast to flood out the last surviving Organic farm holdouts… or can't turn it off and even just a normal rain shower causes flooding. Because the wildfires have incinerated all of the vegetation and there is nothing left to soak up the water, or stop the flow of runoff from cascading down the hillsides. Causing massive mud slides, landslides and torrents of flooding walls of water.

    There is genius behind their madness and insanity. 

    While society in general bends to their will. Without even knowing that their complacency and submission of free will, has given them control over the masses.

    That's what all of us here under Dane's watch are fighting… and it is one hell of an uphill battle!

  10. TNGEOWATCH says:

    UV is absolutely terrible here.

    • Jonathan Oquinn says:

      You should see my scorched tomatoes from the garden, most rot on the vines

    • Brent says:

      Here TOO. NE OHIO

    • Linda.. LS says:

      The Sept.1st comet is due to come between the moon and earth. At a close pass of 44,000 miles that's about 1/6 the the distance between the moon and earth.. Fact is we don't have to be hit to be fried by UV.  In a wierd twist, the lack of spraying is being called a loss of protection from the radiation by the demented amoung us.

  11. PatinSF says:

    An early arrival of fire season this year which happens to be the worst ever here in California. This is being engineered on so many levels from COVID-19, the electrical geo engineered storms, to the aluminum fire accelerant sprayed everywhere, to agenda 21 forcing everyone to live in city stacked housing. I have several friends that have lost everything in the Santa Cruz Bonny Doom area. It's all too much people are starting to break.. 

  12. Steve Olsen says:

    4 weeks in a row now I've been locked out on my handheld while listening to this weekly message ,and have had to completely re- boot it to continue.  Anyone else experience this?  Shows Dane is on target….

  13. 'a' simple horseman says:

    This morning I was just a drop, a single drop that soon became a river. In this river hope was born. From this hope, roused a raging flood, a tide of wave of change. And if anyone stand against that tide, tonight we will become a revolution.

    I don't know who wrote that, but it seems to fit our times.

    Love and strength my friends

  14. Gary Morrow says:

    I just finished reading some articles and watching some videos about the August 10 Iowa derecho. I was stunned by the absolute freakishness of this event. The storm flattened 14 million acres of crops and caused four billion dollars in damage. (CBS News)  !4 million acres is almost 22,000 square miles. Seventy percent the size of Ireland. I asked myself just what is a derecho. Having a lifelong interest in meteorology, I looked up the term in my meteorology textbook published in 2001. No mention of the term. All the textbook said is that straight line winds of hurricane force (74 mph or greater) are rarely experienced inland. The monster storm in Iowa had winds of up to 140 mph.The terms bomb cyclone, firenado, rediculously resilient ridge and thunderstorm asthma were not in the textbook either. There was also no mention of course of flights of birds or insects covering thousands of square miles that show up on weather radar, but that nobody on the ground seems to notice.

  15. Doug Roehr says:

    US Patent 10,130,701  issued November 2018. Corona 19 virus. Patent owned by Pirbright Institute of the UK, with funding by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

    Q: How can a patent by issued for a virus in nov 2018, when the virus was SUPPOSEDLY naturally occurred from a wet bat in Wuhan China??? 

    Just open your eyes and throw away your TV. It's all right in front of you, and you can't even see it?

    • Lynn Schuldt says:

      How do I identify this particular coronavirus listed on the patent # 10130701 is the current covid19 strain? 

  16. Doug Roehr says:


     I have been working very hard to explain to people what they are seeing in the skies. Hardest quest I have ever been on. Even though some people are wealthy and supposedly smart, it is next to impossible to defeat the television programming. Point out the stratospheric injection, and they see nothing. Some even make up a non existent cloud type in their absurd denial they live in. One would have to take over or demolish the TV broadcasting stations? TV is a very powerful weapon against the typical human mind seeking convenience over common sense. They are in denial and seem to believe in the TV as a religious artifact or spiritual guide. I have tried for well over 10 years, and all I got was a massive case of frustration. People have become brainless toads due to Television Programming. It's right there in the name, but TV induced zombies cannot and will not ever agree.

    • David Wallace says:

      It is normal human behavior to form beliefs and opinions based on the information which is made available . To control the flow and content of information is to control the masses. 'Adolf Hitlers' right hand man and media control agent 'Joseph Goebbels' once said, "Allow me to control the media and I will turn any Nation into a herd of pigs". This philosophy which was at the core of extreme evil eighty years ago is alive and well today, and practiced around the world. Awareness is the first line of defense.

    • Linda.. LS says:

      Hi Doug…I agree about the t v..but in my observations of how people who use cell phones are behaving for 15 years…It is much much worse than t v. I belonged to a center for Spiitual Growth for 22 years with a lot of the same folks around for years. About 10 years ago I became the only one who could follow the speaker's train of thought , answer a question or remember the next week what we studied the week before. It became so ridiculous I just stayed quiet til no one could answer and then the teacher would ask me the question.. Because I'd know. I was the only one who had never carried around or used a cell phone. The teacher knew.  Think about that. It's not a coincidence.

  17. Alan says:

    According to, portions of the Arctic Ocean off Russia's coastline are 25 degrees warmer than "normal".  For those who have not seen this resource, it is quite sobering.  It shows the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans ablaze in different shades of red, denoting above average historic ocean temperatures.  

    If you visit the site, you may want to select Ocean, Current, and SSTA (Sea Surface Temperature Anomaly) for temperature readings.  They also provide a temperature conversion function.  (Just click on your area of interest and then click the F or C.)

    I found it interesting that the only two ares on earth that are experiencing normal ocean temperatures on a large scale surround the poles.  That indicates to me that geoengineering efforts are being concentrated there big time.  In fact, you can see a very well-defined ocean temperature break extending in a nearly straight line for several thousand miles in the Arctic.  On the pole side the temps are "normal" while on the other they are considerably above average.

    But, as Dane points out, with each passing year the historic "norm" that the SSTAs are measured against slides upward.  

  18. Lori M. Bridgeford says:

    Severe and compact news update. once again Dane !  Found the quote shared from about 500 yrs ago.  very appropriate . The validity is as true as ever re the politics of obedience & servitude -the complicity WE offer ourselves up for horrid  slaughter, What is the  name of this person you  aptly shared ?  .Find it VERY useful to share  along beyond here.  WE all must starve the beast (swap)    & stop submitting  .  Take controls back as last  chance !  Your broadcast helps me in local activism /outreach Dane. BEST thanks !

  19. Gray says:

    Debt By Design

    Banking facts and fallacies

    Joshua Maree


    know your enemy and all that

  20. Dawnski says:

    National Security Problem Indeed!! Rev11:18

  21. V. Susan Ferguson says:

    Expedition shares scary photos from the North Pole

    Loose and weak ice with lots of melt ponds, partly open water, and no signs of multiyear ice. The powerful photos from the MOSAiC expedition reaching the North Pole on August 19 show the dramatic impact of climate changes.
     photos here:


  22. V. Susan Ferguson says:

    This year's record-warm Arctic summer did not bring joy to wildlife
    Climate change is triggering behavior change among animals across the Arctic. In Northern Siberia wild reindeer this summer started migrating almost a month earlier than normal.
    The Independent Barents Observer / Atle Staalesen / August 21, 2020
    Temperature records are coming one after another across the Arctic. On the 15th August, meteorologists measured 18,1° Celsius at Cape Sterligov on the Kara Sea coast, while the Cape Bellings on the far northern edge of Chukotka was 17,4 degrees warm. At the same time, measurements from the island of Vize at 76 degrees North in the Kara Sea showed +7,0°.
    None of the places have ever seen this high temperatures since measurements started in year 1881.
    In June, the village of Vekhoyansk in northern Yakutia had the highest temperature ever measured north of the Arctic Circle — 38 degree Celsius.
    According to the Russian meteorological institute Roshydromet, the months of April, May and June 2020 all had the highest ever average temperatures in the Arctic, and July copied the record from 2016.
    Warmer water
    And the heat shocks are coming not only in the air. This summer, Russian researchers measured water temperatures more than 5 degrees higher than normal in parts of the Barents Sea and Kara Sea.
    Effects for the Arctic sea-ice are devastating. The waters along Russia’s remote Arctic coast were this year free of ice earlier than ever on man’s memory, and shipments across the eastern parts of the Northern Sea Route started already in May.
    When the international MOSAiC expedition this week made it to the North Pole, they found areas with open waters and no multi-year old ice.

  23. V. Susan Ferguson says:

    August 14, 2020
    Read the Fine Print, Part Two—Nearly 400 Adverse Reactions Listed in Vaccine Package Inserts
    Children’s Health Defense

    Package inserts are available online for all vaccines licensed in the U.S. In addition to containing bits of practical information for the clinicians who administer the vaccines, the inserts provide members of the public with one of their only opportunities to learn about a vaccine’s contraindications, warnings, precautions and—perhaps most importantly—potential adverse reactions.
    The inserts communicate the information about adverse reactions in two distinct sections: “Clinical trials experience” (Section 6.1) and “Data from postmarketing experience” from the U.S. or other countries (Section 6.2). In April, 2020, Children’s Health Defense summarized the postmarketing data for over three dozen vaccines given routinely to American infants, children and adolescents. That tally showed that vaccines touted for the prevention of 13 illnesses (Table 1) have been linked to at least 217 adverse medical outcomes reported post-licensure, including serious infections, autoimmune conditions, life-threatening allergies and death.
    As noted in April, the postmarketing list is far from exhaustive, because manufacturers have the latitude to decide which outcomes to list in the inserts—using loose criteria determined by severity, frequency of reporting and “strength of evidence for a causal relationship.” In addition, vaccine adverse events are notoriously underreported, not least because medical schools do not teach doctors to recognize vaccine injuries. But what would the picture look like if the adverse reactions observed during clinical trials were also added to the list?
    Children’s Health Defense can now answer that question. The revised chart (Table 2) includes the adverse reactions reported in the clinical trial sections of 41 vaccine brands covering diphtheria, Haemophilus influenzae type b, hepatitis A, hepatitis B, human papillomavirus, influenza, meningococcal infection, pertussis, pneumococcal infection, polio, rotavirus, tetanus and varicella. This combination of clinical trial and postmarketing data presents a dramatic picture, with almost double the total number of undesirable post-vaccination outcomes—397 different types of reactions reported pre- and post-licensure.
    Although roughly 400 adverse events is a sobering number, again, it is probably an underestimate. This is because most clinical trials follow participants for an absurdly short period of time—three days here, seven days there—and do not capture problems that arise beyond that brief window, even though clinicians recognize (and the scientific literature confirms) that vaccine reactions are not always immediate or acute. Moreover, even for those few days of monitoring, the inserts are often short on details, citing only a smattering of adverse events collected from a predetermined list of “solicited” reactions and only sometimes accepting “unsolicited” feedback. In addition, the fact that vaccine clinical trials typically compare vaccine against vaccine rather than vaccine against inert placebo makes it easy to divert attention from specific adverse reactions by simply citing “similar rates” of adverse reactions in both groups.

    Full report


  24. Jonathan Oquinn says:

    The local news station Greenville North Carolina reported today that there are several clusters of covid-19 at East Carolina University, where I went last weekend. North Carolina State University and UNC Chapel Hill closed their campuses to in -person classas this week. I expect the ECU is not far behind. I contacted the ECU ROTC student to help me out last weekend with pictures. We were in the process of arranging a distribution of geowatch materials to the ECU ROTC group. He informed me that ROTC canceled all public events several days ago. So this window of opportunity has now closed for the time being. I am thankful that I was able to get out there last weekend and give out so many copies of materials to help educate people. I will continue going to campus as often as I possibly can, because the Student Center will still be full of students who are studying for their online classes. They have not closed that to the best of my knowledge, only the classrooms themselves. So let us never be discouraged but ever press onward and upward! Keep On Keepin On! Remember that we are all working on the side of the solution instead of the side of the problem. Be encouraged my friends Jonathan

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