These are the tall ponderosa pines of Nevada County, California. They are native trees, designed by nature to withstand our long, dry summers. This picture was taken on September 23, 2013 after a summer of very hard aerosol geoengineering spraying. During the summer of 2013, I watched as trees around the county began to turn yellow, then brown. Some recovered, but many died or became severely weakened. We normally start getting rain around October or November, so these pictures were taken before we headed into our present deep drought.
On June 14, 2013, planes relentlessly sprayed persistent emissions over our area. The yellowing branch shown above (left) was one of the trees that was beneath that spray. The yellowing trees in the picture below are the same ones that are perfectly green in the picture above (right). My elderly neighbor began having breathing problems within hours of this spraying and was admitted to the hospital with a lung infection on June 16, 2013.
The trees shown below all turned yellow after the heavy spraying of June 14, 2013.
Overall damage to leaves, trees, and my vegetable garden during the summer of 2013. Details can be found on the captions below each picture. I sent many of these pictures to the plant pathology department at UC Berkeley. A pathologist told me the leaves appeared to have a fungal infection called anthracnose, caused by environmental stressors like drought. I told him these leaves began to look like this long before we were in our current drought, but that we were experiencing a drastic change in air pollution and that my water tests were showing the presence of heavy metals. I asked if anthracnose could be caused by heavy metals in the air and his response was that although no long-term studies had been done on this specifically, it was his opinion that heavy metals in the air could change the trees' physiology, weakening them and making them more susceptible to this disease.
Concerned by the damage I was seeing to the live oak saplings on our property and suspecting they were being affected by adverse outdoor conditions caused by the aerosol spraying, I grew some trees from acorns inside our house where the air is filtered so I could compare them with those growing on our property. The healthy indoor trees are on the top row below, and outdoor trees are on the bottom row. All saplings on our rural two-acre property looked like those on the bottom row (or they were completely dead). We did have more rain at this location than most areas of California in the winter of 2013. This damage to the leaves is not from drought.
Photographic documentation of damage to plants and trees in Bartlett, NH, summer 2014.
The photograph below, taken in New Hampshire, is visually consistent with the metallic film I was finding on my ponds and glass table here in California during heavy spraying.
Spraying aerosols into the atmosphere for geoengineering depletes the ozone layer. Why does that matter? On Wednesday, July 16, 2014, I was watering one of my gardens when I noticed that the ivy that has been planted in this location for about three years had actually BURNED in the sun on Tuesday. It always gets a little too much light in this spot and bleaches out a bit, but it has never actually burned before. This is the future of our planet if geoengineering continues. No ozone layer, no life on Earth. It is that simple. For more information on current (truthful) UV readings, please go to www.geoengineeringwatch.org .
The pictures below are from a meadow in the heart of the Green Mountain National Forest between Brandon and Rochester, Vermont. After months of heavy geoengineering, these observations were made and recorded by a concerned activist in June 2014. The first few pictures are of milkweed, a plant that is crucial to monarch butterfly survival. When I lived just a few minutes from where these pictures were taken, I left our field of milkweed uncut so the monarch caterpillars would survive. Now, chemicals are falling from the sky and mutating this valuable monarch food source. Monarch populations are already critically low. The mutations in these plants are consistent with what I have been seeing here in Northern California since the heavy spraying began in April of 2013.
the last tree has died,
the last river been poisoned,
and the last fish has been caught
will man realize
he cannot eat money.
The Pacific Northwest, August 2014
Alberta, Canada, September 2014