Clear days in Kansas City seem to be a thing of the past. Take the time to glance up on a clear day and chances are you’ll see no less than 4 jets in the sky treating our atmosphere like an etch-a-sketch. Drawing a series of parallel and intersecting lines and even an “x” marks the spot. Hilarious!
What exactly are these lines? Why are these contrails there every clear day? And who is doing this? These are the questions that will be raised, but answered? Partly. For this topic of weather modification, cloud seeding and geoengineering date back to WWII and is as massive as any in the modern age.
Locally, the Western Kansas Ground Water Management District #1 (WKGWMD) seeds clouds for hail suppression. This is a necessary program, it saves time, money and most importantly, food. According to their website, the program’s annual cost is $17,888 and the annual benefit in regards to crops saved is $657,782. The cloud seeding season, again according to their website is April through September. So if the WKGWMD hail suppression program ceases in mid-Septemember, the question of who is seeding our atmosphere and why must be presented?
Back in April of 2009, White House science advisor John P. Holdren told the AP, “the idea of geoengineering the climate is being discussed. One such extreme option includes shooting pollution particles into the upper atmosphere to reflect the sun's rays. Holdren said such an experimental measure would only be used as a last resort.
"It's got to be looked at," he said. "We don't have the luxury of taking any approach off the table."
Looked at? Strange choice of words considering weather modification has confirmed roots back to the 1940’s and picked up steam in the 70’s. For example, in 1970 the Denver Post reported a cloud seeding contract was OK’d by the US Bureau of Reclamation.
WASHINGTON--Sens. Gorder Allott and Peter H. Dominick both R-Colo., were informed by the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation Tuesday that a contract for $1,775,279 has been awarded the E. G.N. G Corp., environmental service operation, in Boulder for the installation of a cloud-seeding system for operational weather modification in Colorado.
This is to be part of the Colorado River Basin Pilot Project with respect to research in atmospheric resources. The system will be in the San Juan Mountains in Southwestern Colorado.
And according to weathermodification.org, there are 24 countries participating in weather modification and no fewer than "66 large-scale operation weather modification programs in the US...continuing to produce positive effects for society."
So if that is the case, where is the coverage? Shouldn't the people who live and breathe this modified air be involved in the decision making process? And what about the science of Climate Change? The climategate emails proved that theory to be a fraud? So what now? What do we make of these lines? What do we think about the fact the Chinese make it snow every Christmas? Great thought, but a "chemical-laced snow"?
Food for thought...Is this what we are breathing?
Here is a news report confirming barium, arsenic, lead and other chemicals. Keep in mind the chemicals used for hail dispursion are generally silver iodide and salt.