Our investigation of geoengineering continues with a stunning segment featuring Dane Wigington, the founder and lead researcher at GeoEngineering Watch. A solar energy expert and a former Bechtel Power Corporation employee, Dane Wigington assisted Michael Murphy in the production of the award-winning 2010 documentary What in the World are They Spraying? His off-grid solar home in Mt. Shasta, California was featured in a cover article for Home Power, the world’s largest renewable energy magazine.
Dane Wigington began researching meteorology and atmospheric change in the late 90s. He noticed that the persistent trails (or chemtrails) and grid patterns made by aircraft were blocking up to 80% of his home’s solar charging capacity. His research led him to the subjects of stratospheric aerosol geoengineering and solar radiation management.
While it is touted as a methodology for making the climate cooler, in fact geoengineering is destroying ecosystems all over the world. When he began regularly lab-testing rain samples in 2002, Dane was shocked to find large and escalating quantities of the same heavy and near-heavy metals described in numerous geoengineering patents. He also noted that the ever-increasing quantity of these toxic metals had a significant impact on the environment, accelerating tree mortality and the decline of insect and amphibian populations.
For the last decade, Dane Wigington has dedicated his life to expose the short- and long-term threats posed by geoengineering, including massive plant and animal die-off and escalating human health concerns. Dane’s research and documentation on atmospheric spraying programs and other weather modification technologies is publicly available at GeoEngineering Watch. Of particular interest is a 1996 government document titled Weather as a Force Multiplier: Owning the Weather in 2025, which describes the military’s weaponization of weather and its use in warfare. Tune in as Dane Wigington guides us through the details of his findings and the progress of the growing geoengineering activism movement.