Geoengineering Watch Global Alert News, February 25, 2023, #394


Dane Wigington

"Major and unusual", that is the term the Los Angeles Times used to describe this week's California chemical snow blizzard. Nonstop engineered winter weather warfare is being waged on the Western US. Chemical ice nucleation cloud seeding operations can and are creating snowstorms out of what would otherwise have been a rain event for many regions. The same operations also produce a cold dense layer of air that settles to the surface, this augments the overall impact and effectiveness of engineered winter weather objectives. The engineered cool-down programs are currently scheduled to continue another two weeks, though the weather-makers can always alter the script. In the southeastern US record high temperatures are pushing 90 degrees. How much further can the climate system be pushed until it completely collapses? The latest installment of Global Alert News is below.

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. Awareness raising efforts can be carried out from your own home computer.

The NOAA departure from normal high temperature map below reveals the severity of the currently scheduled winter weather warfare in the Western US.

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24 Responses to Geoengineering Watch Global Alert News, February 25, 2023, #394

  1. Sharon says:

    No pine cones in eastern Shasta co

  2. Lance says:

    Economic stability continues to deteriorate for a number of reasons. The deterioration of the environment is certainly a main reason. Efforts to attempt to address this enormously complex problem caused by past "engineering" along with other complex problems created more "engineering" are being proposed by "futurists" who believe they can "engineer" a new way forward through "engineering". Huh? Wait! What?       

  3. Lance says:

    March 4th is #WorldEngineeringDay for Sustainable Development.

  4. steve n says:

    Appreciate so very much the reflections on the population perception control. I wasted the majority of my life living in a distorted reality. I am not sure how if people won''t believe the very skies and air above and around them they will ever understand or accept the cause and those that are responsible. So they will never act to resist it in any way. I had to recognize and accept my culpability in creating this situation through my indifference and dismissive attitude ( buying the company line)  before I could truly want to and be willing to fight against it. That is a hard part and makes so many run back to the sand and insert head. Thank you for continuing to share the truth and for reacquainting me with my favorite author from HS American Lit, Thoreau Also, thanks to all of you who share about what you are experiencing in your part of the world as well. It's great to know I am not alone and at least not a nut as far as this is concerned. 

  5. Lance says:

    Earlier this evening while eating dinner I stepped outside for a minute and looked up. Crossing overhead was a totally engineered cloud formation. The leading edge of this cloud formation was a very dense aerosol trail that stretched west to east for miles. It flowed to the SE and thinned out as it moved along leaving a white haze that covered the sky over the area where we're staying south of Morgan Hill, CA. Have never seen anything like this!   

  6. Lance says:

    Warm atmospheric rivers in California forecast could spell trouble for massive snowpack (

    “I would suggest that literally anyone who lives in the flood plains of these rivers, which is millions of people, pay attention to what’s going on and be prepared for floods,” Peter Gleick, climate scientist and founder of the Pacific Institute, told Yahoo News. 


  7. Lance says:

    All forms of engineering, geoengineering included, are inspired by the carnal imagination of mankind. The carnal imagination is self-centered or selfish. It is centered on satisfying the desires of the flesh, the lust of the eyes, and the pride of life. Been this way since the "fall of man". Men have known about this for centuries too! Only one Way to change this way of thinking which is done via a true "Act of God'. 

  8. Norma says:

    This snow  storm that has just hit the San Bernardino national forest this week has  dropped so much snow that it caused a collapse  of the roofs of several local businesses  broken trees  etc  trapping residents in their homes, Cars are buried under 8 to 10 ft of snow  completely crippling the entire community and to top it off our snow plows were sent to other areas of California knowing damn well this storm was coming it is like they wanted us stuck and isolated  the weeks prior to the storms chem trails covered the sky  it just amazes me that people think it was a natural weather event no one sees the connection between the long trails over head and the extreme weather most don't notice what's above them in the sky it is disheartening 

  9. Vic says:

    Snowed in Tucson again last night and this morning (3/2/23) for the third time in less than a month. I've never seen this before. It is very powdery snow, not hard nuceated stuff that's been reported.

  10. Lance says:

    "Cold conditions will impact unsheltered populations or people experiencing power outages. It can also kill crops, other sensitive vegetation and possibly damage unprotected outdoor plumbing."

    This is a "Freeze Warning" displayed on msn weather forecast for this morning 3/2 and tomorrow morning 3/3. Homeless people not able to keep warm will freeze to death. Crops not protected in some way will be damaged.  Most RV parks have "outdoor plumbing" and we're staying in one right now near Morgan Hill in CA. This is not happy camping! 

  11. Ziggy says:

    The scientific evidence for a geoengineering driven nightmare, according to the research that Dane has shared with us, verges on irrefutable. If you’re younger than sixty, you have a good chance of witnessing the radical destabilization of life on Earth—massive crop failures, apocalyptic fires, imploding economies, epic flooding, hundreds of millions of refugees fleeing regions made uninhabitable by extreme heat or permanent drought. If you’re under thirty, you’re all but guaranteed to witness it.

    If you care about the planet, and about the people and animals who live on it, there are two ways to think about this. You can keep on hoping that catastrophe is preventable, and feel ever more frustrated or enraged by the world’s inaction. Or you can accept that disaster is coming, and begin to rethink what it means to have hope.

    A false hope of salvation can be actively harmful though. If you persist in believing that catastrophe can be averted in our children's lifetime, you commit yourself to tackling a problem so immense that it needs to be everyone’s overriding priority forever. One result, weirdly, is a kind of complacency: by voting for green candidates, riding a bicycle to work, avoiding air travel, you might feel that you’ve done everything you can for the only thing worth doing. Whereas, if you accept the reality that the planet will soon overheat to the point of threatening civilization, there’s a whole lot more you should be doing.

    Our resources aren’t infinite. Even if we invest much of them in a longest-shot gamble, reducing carbon emissions and stopping the runaway methane train, in the hope that it will save us. It’s unwise to invest all of them. Every renewable-energy mega-project that destroys a living ecosystem—the “green” energy development now occurring in Kenya's national parks, the giant hydroelectric projects in Brazil, the construction of solar farms in open spaces, rather than in settled areas—erodes the resilience of a natural world already fighting for its life. Soil and water depletion, overuse of pesticides, the devastation of world fisheries—collective will is needed for these problems, too, and,  just like the problem of carbon and methane, they’re all within our power to solve. If we can just stop climate engineering today!

    And then there’s the matter of real hope. If your hope for the future depends on a wildly optimistic scenario, what will you do three to five years from now, when the scenario becomes unworkable even in theory? Give up on the planet entirely? To borrow from the advice of financial planners, we might suggest a more balanced portfolio of hopes, some of them longer-term, most of them shorter. It’s fine to struggle against the constraints of human nature, hoping to mitigate the worst of what’s to come, but it’s just as important to fight smaller, more local battles that you have some realistic hope of winning. Keep doing the right thing for the planet, yes, but also keep trying to save what you love specifically—a community, an institution, a wild place, a species that’s in trouble—and take heart in your small successes. Any good thing you do now is arguably a hedge against the hotter future, but the really meaningful thing is that it’s good today. As long as you have something to love, you have something to hope for.

    We love Nature and together all of us CAN perform miracles. But everything begins with getting the rest of the world, to love and respect nature as much as WE do. Our ultimate goal should be to prove how geoengineering has painted a bullseye on all of nature, and how that criminal assault of our skies is also an attack against all of humanity. Not to mention the Earth's entire web of life. And a future that we must protect for our children. Otherwise, hope and salvation are mere words that have no meaning.

    By Johnathan Franzen and Ziggy Roi

    • Joe says:

      Wow well said and written — More people need to think like that.

      I think right now more people are preoccupied w just survival w the economy and paying the bills.  That is not a good excuse for doing- nothing.

      More people need to get off of their ass and share the film

      The Dimming—

    • Ziggy says:

      Amen Joe,

      I have probably shared The Dimming with over 100 people so far and I still get emotional, every time that I watch it with a friend or family member.

      God Bless to All… I am moving to another state and will go quiet here as I write a book. Detailing how devoted my brother was to exposing Geoengineering. There are hundreds of awakened folks out there who miss him just as much as I do. He was truly a remarkable person and reminded me so much of Dane.

  12. Lance says:

    After doing much looking into the technological "future" being envisioned by the "futurists" in the US and other nations, with many of these technologies already being used and more being rapidly introduced, many of them covertly, its obvious those involved in this global "mission" are governed by their carnal desires and passions. Nothing "good" emanates from the imaginations of those given over to their carnal desires and passions, NOTHING!  

  13. paul maupin says:

    Yes, we see the "hail" balls, like styrafoam, that stays topside and doesn't appear to be melting at all. Just disappears after a few days with no puddles of water at all. Very dry. Many people where we live are noticing this chemical ice nucleation as well. It's concerning, and we try and tell people that geoengineering is an existential threat to humanity and there is not much time left to halt this insidious plan that has been perpetrated on the people.

  14. Hello Dane: As you plainly state at approximately 13:48 into your broadcast. "Too late. Over 75 years too late".  True…

    After years of posting links by GeoengineeringWatch to other web sites, I can only conclude the public is willfully blind. They refuse to read documented plans for their own extinction. Most refuse follow any germane weather warfare information. I continue to post anyway.

    Persons who float suggestions of nuking volcanoes are functionally insane. My belief is they've been mesmerized by playing too many video games, and are now unable to separate fiction from realty. See Jean Baudrillard's definitions regarding "hyperreality". 

    Another granular blizzard befell Northern Minnesota this last week. Seems only elderly persons and farmers notice the onslaught…

  15. Hideaway says:

    In light of recent severe increase in atmospheric contamination in the United States, consider cruciferous vegetables. They are rich in something called I3C, indole-3-carbinol.

    Also remember that the body's innate healing processes mostly work during sleep. From every direction, no matter how you look at it, we are all of us experiencing greater than normal amounts of stress. This translates into oxidation and tissue damage.

    Many of us are burning the candle at both ends, and I'm sure I'm not alone when I say that I have lost lots of sleep in recent years, largely related to our collective cause and other similar concerns.

    Make sure to take time to take good care of yourselves. Remember the importance of getting lots of sleep.

    This path that we are all on collectively is not going to get easier. It is like the Robert Frost poem in which he wrote, "…and miles to go before I sleep."

    Remember to discard emotional baggage at every opportunity, if you don't have to carry it. This includes the frustration we at times certainly feel when our efforts to inform certain people do not come to fruition. Let them go. You cannot help them. And at this point, they cannot help us.

    A few other things to add. The last couple of years I'm seeing fewer and fewer frogs and toads around the house. Fewer and fewer insects. And oftentimes there will be a gritty almost oily substance on the windshield of the truck that is very difficult to wash off. This is certainly related to the environmental issues we are watching unfold before our eyes.

    For those who are able, try reaching out to the most vocal people you can find. I tried very hard last year to get in touch with a well-known activist named Roger Waters through his secondary source. So far that has not come to fruition. He could have been very helpful in the cause. As Dane says, perhaps help, unlooked for, will join us along the way in the coming weeks and months. It was it. Give me a second


    Take care of yourselves so you can be strong and stay strong and effective in the months to come



  16. Al T says:

    Also, it was great hearing you on the Highwire. You two have really lived parallel lives, geoengineering and vaccines are at the top of the list of forbidden issues, difficult to prove against the weight of industry and government, and demands a tireless and committed individual to find success. You two are making a difference and every day more and more people are getting it. Soon, the issue won't be educating people anymore so much as how that education gets put into action. The time is coming.

  17. Al T says:

    Can anyone suggest a trustworthy lab in CA I can send my sample of melted snow to? And any suggestions for what to test for I welcome. My list so far is aluminum, barium, strontium, PCBs, surfactants (any specific ones?) and dioxins.


    The snow was just as Dane described, wet, heavy, cold, it compacted and stayed despite the air temperature being about 39⁰.

  18. Stan Sylvester says:

    Ecclesiastes 1:18

    "For in much wisdom is much grief, and he that increaseth knowledge increaseth sorrow."

    Welcome to life the way it's supposed to be lived. Anybody can run and hide from bad news.  It takes a mental toughness to deal with sorrow that can come with an increase in knowledge.

    If we're doing honest research, not everything we learn is going to be pleasant. It is very unpleasant to learn about the attack on the earth's life support systems. The only thing worse would be to not be aware. Then you can't help yourself or anyone else.

    Not everyone is willing to endure the pain that comes with increased knowledge. It seems very few are. However, it makes it that much more rewarding when we find someone ready to deal with reality. Onward and upward with the bad news broadcasts!

  19. JR says:

    Good morning to all  from the Southwest part of the US. Beautiful clouds have been coming through from the West only to be obliterated by these demon cowboys in sky with their spraying. At least I got the Demon part right. The clouds left were going to Eastern N.M. or manipulated to go that route. Ironic is in this story is that the politicians in that area voted in a bill spraying Silver Iodide to induce rain? Where is the leadership this country is supposed to have for a better world. To many people we know are blinded with the lies we are fed. Nothing less than brainwashing, bad Propaganda…Peace to His Warriors trying to sound the alarm & wake up the unknowing or to gullible.

  20. Lance says:

    Enormous 'Gate to Hell' Crater Opens Up Near Russian Ski Resort (

    This cause of this crater forming is being blamed on the collapse of a mine in that area, but as an aside they do show another hole in the ground. It was caused by the melting of the Arctic permafrost in Siberia. The hole in the ground was caused by the "release of gas", but they do not specify what type of gas. It's methane! 

  21. penny waters says:

    methinks tis already collapsing

    do i really care any more

    humans are quite vile – the worst that nature has made

    but then look at nature – tis cruel

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