Geoengineering Watch Global Alert News, May 20, 2023, #406


Dane Wigington

It's not just industrial pollution and auto exhaust contaminating our atmosphere, a new science study confirms the "widespread presence of pathogens" in our skies. Clean air is now no more. "Climate scientists" are now referring to weather as being "scary" while global climate engineering operations continue to be officially denied. Record heat and raging wildfires are torching millions of acres in Canada and Siberia while freeze warnings are issued in regions of the Northeastern US, what's wrong with this picture? Devastating drought and deluge scenarios, the hallmark of climate engineering operations, are accelerating all over the world. Conditions in many regions are becoming so dire that some farmers are abandoning their crops. Fisheries are also collapsing as Earth's oceans superheat. How many are sleepwalking into the age of extinction? The latest installment of Global Alert News is below.

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23 Responses to Geoengineering Watch Global Alert News, May 20, 2023, #406

  1. Bob Mazza says:

    You know, as late as ten years ago(here in Northeast Florida) there were many insects of all kinds that I don't see now. Back then, if you forgot to turn off the bathroom light in the pool house at night,there'd be thousands of dead bugs of all kinds all over the countertop. Now there are none. It's wierd. I'm not exaggerating. really. Whereever a light fixture was lert on outdoors at night you'd have the same result.Mainly moths, but many other types.

  2. Dawn Bennett says:

    As of 5am Monday morning the forecast for Memorial Day weekend in the NC Piedmont was sunny. Hours later it changed to rain as the spraying ensued and toxic white out skies took over, giant X's visible but eventually washed out. I didn't even take my daily walk the haze was thick. Guess I can kiss my dry camping trip goodbye :/

    • Jonathan says:

      I am from Durham, North Carolina and now live in Eastern North Carolina. Perhaps we could coordinate distributions of geoengineering watch materials at some of the universities sometime.

    • Dawn Bennett says:

      Soooo follow up. Looking at the radar (pumping moisture from the Atlantic and steered WEST) you'd think we were getting doused but that's hardly the case. An intermittent drizzle is about all. And at times nothing at all, although the radar map would lead you to believe otherwise. Amazing the lies people believe and cancel plans made long ago. It's too windy to SUP but that's about the extent of it. 

  3. V. Susan Ferguson says:

    The True Cost Of Energy Generated From Wind Turbines

    Authored by Naveen Athrappully via The Epoch Times

    Claims of wind power being pro-environment often do not consider the damaging effects these projects can have on wildlife and ecosystems, thus hiding the “true cost” of such initiatives.

    Wind power projects can threaten birds that fly within their vicinity and trigger a decline in their population; it can harm marine life due to noise pollution, and affect the growth of plants in the region where it is located. Driven by subsidies granted by the federal government, the growth of wind projects has triggered concerns about the cumulative impacts they have on the environment.

    There have been growing protests against wind power projects across the world. In the United States, people have opposed setting up wind turbines in Lake Erie due to concerns about the environmental impact of the project.

    In New Jersey, protestors have asked to pause the development of an offshore wind farm which they claim has led to dolphins and whales washing ashore.

    In Norway, climate activist Greta Thunberg has protested against a proposal to build two wind farms on the Sami reindeer grazing grounds. The Sami are the only indigenous people recognized within the EU and say that their tradition of herding reindeer will be put in danger due to the wind farms.

    Danger to Birds and Whales

    The blades of wind turbines can be fatal to birds. When the first commercial wind power plants were established in the United States, they had not considered the impact the project would have on birds and other flying creatures like bats. Not only are birds harmed by colliding with the wind blades but flying bats can be affected by changes in the air pressure resulting from blade rotations.

    The proliferation of wind turbines is believed to pose a significant danger to the population of golden eagles which are already said to be in decline in certain regions.

    An Associated Press analysis found that a significant number of eagles were dying while fewer criminal cases were being pursued—suggesting an intentional “trade-off” between bird deaths and implementing of clean power generation.

    “They are rolling over backwards for wind companies,” said Mike Lockhart, a former U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service biologist, according to the outlet. “I think they are killing a hell of a lot more eagles than they ever anticipated.”

    Dozens of permits for wind projects that are either approved or pending are estimated to result in around 6,000 eagles getting killed off over multiple decades.

    A 2013 paper estimated the mean bird annual deaths in the United States due to collision at wind facilities to be 234,000. With roughly 50,000 megawatts of installed capacity in the country, this comes to around 4.68 bird deaths per megawatt.

    The Biden administration has set a target of deploying 30,000 megawatts of offshore wind capacity by 2030. At 4.68 bird deaths per megawatt, this could result in 140,000 additional birds dying annually.

    The installation of wind turbines as well as the noise created by their operation can have a harmful effect on whales.

    Last year, an official from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Northeast Fisheries Science Center (NEFSC) warned against setting up wind projects off the coast of New England because it would threaten the population of right whales in the region.

    In 2011, there were around 478 of these creatures, a number that came down to 350 in 2022. In January, Rep Jeff Van Drew (R-N.J.) demanded an end to offshore wind activity in New Jersey after an “unprecedented” number of whales washed ashore in the region.

    • penny waters says:

      tis the same with solar – it's all just, business as usual! 

      anything us humans want to do just destroys a bit more of this precious irreplaceable planet that gives us life

      the irony

      love to all the wide awake club from the amazingly green essex, full of fruit blossom and insects (yes, really, insects this year – where have they all come from – tis a joy)

  4. Joseph says:

    60 minutes did a show on sunday showing how the pentagon is being price gouged by military contractors.    

    This is where over 50% of your federal tax dollars goes and is one of the biggest polluters on the planet.

    The truth is the price gouging has been going on for many decades not just recently.


    How the Pentagon falls victim to price gouging by military contractors

    Pentagon falling victim to price gouging by military contractors | 60 Minutes – CBS News

  5. brent papon says:

    I'm goin on the record

    No pun intended…


    We need to stop it.


    I'm blind as a bat.

    But capable and connected.

    It's NOW or NEVER

    'It's all @ time."



    We need to protest. 

  6. Crystal in Oregon says:

    Here in the Pacific Northwest when I was a kid around 1950 there were these screens, I think they were sold at the gas station, and guys would tie them on the front of their vehicles because the insects were so thick that the bugs would stick in the radiators clogging them up and the cars would overheat.  It was easier with the screen than trying to pick the bugs out of the radiator.  I remember clouds of insects in the headlights as we went down the roads at night.

    We had plenty of good food to eat back then, better than the food we have today, so the bugs weren't preventing us from eating.  Now we have insect population declines, 80%, 90%, and species going extinct.  It is a global crisis.  When the insects go, the animals and plants that depend on them go, all the bird species that need insects, and fish, lizards and everything.  Life on Earth is going fast and we better start working the problems now because without nature, we will not be here.

    Science is the study of life on Earth.  Things got mixed up, and now people seem to think that science is all of the technologies humans have created.  If we think about the seed vault Bill Gates created, it is not for a good purpose.  It is a smorgasbord of genes to zap up whatever franken food or technical fix product that will sell on Wall Street.  I wish people would not listen to the pea brains like that.

    The living planet of Earth is a tapestry of DNA forged over time, all connected together in a miraculous symphony of life.  We are ripping it to shreds.  Better to heed the words of our Indian ancestor, Black Elk.

    I looked below me where the earth was silent in a sick green light and saw the hills look up afraid and all the animals and everywhere about me were the cries of frightened birds and the sounds of fleeing wings, then I was standing on the highest mountain of them all and round about me was the whole hoop of the world.  And while I stood there I saw more than I can tell and I understood more than I saw for I was seeing in a sacred manner the shapes of all things in the spirit and the shape of all shapes as they must live together.

    • Christopher M says:

      Wow that's deep but so true. 
      we all should get back to nature and then and only then will you actually get to feel what is supposed to be a free living human being connected to the world around you. Not by technology but by that field that everyone has felt, that unknown feeling of a connection of an high consciousness of all living thing around us! we are all connected! You go to war with nature you go to war with yourself 

    • penny waters says:

      i do not believe that "science is the study of life on earth"

      it is a human method of measuring and to do that boundaries have  to be fixed and the only thing measured is what is between the boundaries

      pretty useless huh? and nature has no boundaries!

      also science cannot measure the area of a circle – tis pi – shames physics!!

      and nature seems to be all about spirals anyway

      and how can one quantify and/or measure the colour of a sky after a storm

      or how wind feels on the cheek, after being locked inside a city for too long

      the sound of a warbler, after it has flown a fair way to the garden that surrounds me, and fills me with joy that its family can still find its way every year to give me their song in the air

      concentrating on the joy helps me forget just how stupid and ignorant humans can be

      the cruelness and beauty that is human life

  7. Randall says:

    Drought to monsoon here in Colorado.  Then back again.

  8. Stan Sylvester says:

    John Kerry continues to prove he was the right choice as Climate Czar for the Biden administration. At the "Agriculture Innovation Mission For Climate Summit", John showed how far ahead of the crowd he is.

    John boldly stated that 33% of all greenhouse gas emissions come from agriculture. This puts a bulls – eye on small farmers. This is because the  goal to reach emission standards set by the World Economic Forum are also John's goal.

    John stated that to not address this problem would lead to a half degree of warming by mid – century. To help wake the rest of us up, he refuses to call it climate change anymore but climate crisis. 

    Is war on small farms in our country  about to start? Is the threat of small farm confiscation  on the table for those that do not comply? Will we  follow the lead that the Dutch government implemented in the effort to close thousands of small farms in the Netherlands with?

    By the way, does anyone know if the spraying of toxic chemicals above our head falls under the jurisdiction of the Climate Czar? If not, would a Collapse Of The Earth's Life Support Systems Czar be a good idea?

    Proverbs 29:2

    "When the righteous are in authority the people rejoice, but when the wicked rule the people mourn."



    • Earth Angel says:

      I'd say the war on the small independent farmer is well under way and has been for some time now. Monsanto & other Big Ag corporations with their GMO's and glyphosate products have put the hurt on many small farmers both here and around the world. Remember hearing years ago about the farmers in India and other countries whose lives were destroyed by being coersced (sp?) into contracts using glyphosate on their traditional crops & fields who then lost everything (including their goats which were poisoned when turned out to feed on the vegetation left from the crops) and later committed suicide? I remember it. And right here in my home state I have friends who have successfully run a small chicken farm operation for 17+ yrs., dealing with a local bank chain from the beginning, never missing payment, consistently paying down the loan. The debt they were carrying was about 1/3 of the assessed value of the business when the bank suddenly called the loan due at the time of the contract renewal and refused to renew the loan for them. This forced these very good and decent hardworking people, running a successful small farming business for close to 20 yrs. into bankruptcy court. The bank was effectively forcing them to come up with about $300,000 to pay off the loan- OR be foreclosed on and lose their farm. Incredulous, I asked my friend what reason did they give for refusing to renew the loan contract they has been successfully paying on for 17 yrs.; she told me they said they were not issuing agriculture loans anymore!  Really?!.. WTF?!.. I learned from another source that this same bank had done the same thing to other small farmers in the area. It would seem the bank had their marching orders to take these farms from the people currently running them. I don't know who they want to have control of these farms & land- but clearly it is NOT the people who are running them now. What makes this really STINK to high heaven is that in doing some investigation, my friend's attorney (who specializes in farm type litigations) discovered that the VERY SAME bank which was refusing to renew my friend's loan on THEIR successfully run chicken farm- had previously made some sweetheart loan(s) to a former (and now deceased) State Speaker of the House Legislature on a piece of raw land of his in the same general area for close to TRIPLE what was needed to renew my friend's loan. Imagine THAT! What the hell ever happened to fair and equal lending practices in the banking industry so far as a customer could qualify and pay the loan back on time?  Lets not forget also the millions of birds deliberately killed under guise of 'bird flu' and the cattle killed in freak snowstorms & freezes & hailstorms around the country; or the weird train derailments of toxic chemicals lit on fire contaminating farms and land for miles with dioxins & other nasties. Or the rash of processing plants burning up suddenly. So, long story short, I guess I would say that YES, small farms everywhere are currently under siege. Pardon me, if I sound pissed off- its because I AM. Thank you for hearing my rant.

  9. RazinCain says:

    What confirms in my mind that weather is being manipulated is the MANY weather breaking events that have been occurring since 2020; hurricanes, typhoons, blizzards, tornadoes, sea creatures stranded on beaches and insects becoming confused.  Yes, when I see a silk moth purposely lay a clutch of eggs on a window screen, when no tree or bush is located nearby, in the open where predators can consume her eggs, I know it's not climate change.  Ask yourself 2 questions: where are the fireflies at night and the honey bees during the day?  How do the people, who are purposefully destroying this planet, intend to survive when the air, soil and water (the entire ecosystem) is gone?

  10. Randwulf says:

    All or ANY natural weather in Colorado is OVER.  We quite literally NEVER have a nice day.  All our weather is at least uncomfortable….and usually EXTREME.  We really only have two seasons now…but not even those are consistent.  It is all UNNATURAL in the extreme.  And if we have pleasant temperatures….there are always streaks of chemicals coming down and weird winds blowing.  Never a clean blue sky or white clouds any more.  Now we are in a "monsoon" scenario.  Ten days of rain.  Not a single mushroom to be seen.  That in itself sizes up the situation.  

  11. V. Susan Ferguson says:

    Potentially Fatal Infections Of This Flesh-Eating Bacteria Are Rising And It's Spreading Up The East Coast
    By Ron Brackett, Editor / March 23, 2023
    At a Glance
        •Infections caused by Vibrio vulnificus rose from about 10 a year to about 80 over a 30-year period.
        •It's usually found along the Southeast and Gulf coasts.
        •The bacteria was regularly causing infections as far north as Philadelphia by 2018.
    The number of cases of potentially fatal infections caused by a "flesh-eating bacteria" are increasing and the bacteria is spreading farther up the U.S. East Coast because of climate change, according to a new study.

    "This is a landmark paper which not only ties global climate change to disease but provides strong evidence for the environmental spread of this extremely deadly bacterial pathogen," James Oliver, a professor from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and a co-author of the study, said in a news release.

    The bacteria, Vibrio vulnificus, lives in warm, shallow coastal waters. People can become infected if they come in contact with it in seawater when they have an open cut or insect bite. They can also be infected if they eat contaminated seafood.

    Infections due to seawater exposure are infrequent, but mortality rates are high – as many as 18% of cases end in death, according to the study published Thursday in the journal Scientific Reports. The infection can quickly turn necrotic, meaning it kills the tissues around it. Necrotic infections require urgent surgical tissue removal or limb amputation in about 10% of cases, the study says.

    Parts of Florida saw a surge in V. vulnificus infections after Hurricane Ian last September. The state saw a total of 74 cases in 2022, more than double the number of cases in each of the previous two years. Seventeen of the cases last year were fatal, according to the state's Health Department.


  12. V. Susan Ferguson says:

    If you want proof of the toxic particles you are breathing inside your own home — shine a flashlight on dark surfaces, metal, and mirrors. They also show up when sunlight hits them at an angle – which tells me they are reflective. An unending horror show! In our lungs….

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