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No suntan today... A chemtrail cocktail of aluminum oxide and other metals spreads out over Sacramento County, joining other artificial clouds created hours before.
From the article: "In a scholarly article published by The Royal Society, a British research team aptly notes, 'The concept of geoengineering has been considered at least as far back as the 1830s with J. P. Espy's suggestion of lighting huge fires that would stimulate convective updrafts and change rain intensity and frequency of occurrence.' With that bold and tantalizing vision placed on the table, it was a no-brainer to expect the idea of hard-wiring Mother Earth to become the barnstorming (literally) scientific discipline it is today." Note: The website ChemtrailSafety.com is finally up and sort of running.
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Chemtrail or contrail? Either way, it's just another dry day over Northern California.
According to two documentary films, What in the World are They Spraying? and Why in the World are They Spraying?, chemtrails are part of an undisclosed mission of the U.S. Air Force to create drought in some states, flooding and powerful storms in others. Here's the inside story behind the aluminum oxide aerosol sprayings, including an explanation about why they're so prevalent over California. Note: The City Edition will publish a new website, ChemtrailSafety.com, on October 15th.
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Due to toxic contaminants in fracking wastewater, disposal ponds should be lined like the one in this photo.
This article by David R. Baker links to SFGate.com.
Wastewater from fracking operations may contaminate aquifers used for drinking and irrigation, according to the study. Over 900 such pits dot the oil fields of the San Joaquin Valley, some above usable aquifers. For more background on this subject, check out the website at CA Frack Facts.
Jolie visited with internally displaced people in Iraq in 2012.
As their ranks swell in Europe and Turkey, many countries are increasingly closing their doors to refugees fleeing wars and violence in their homelands. Hungary plans to build a 13-foot high fence on the border with Serbia to stop migrants from Asia and Africa, and anti-immigrant sentiment has spiked throughout Europe. "People are running out of places to run to," Jolie told reporters during her visit to Turkey, which is presently housing 1.6 million.
This article by Mark Grossi links to FresnoBee.com.
The National Park Service on Wednesday picked Philadelphia-based Aramark to run hotels, stores, restaurants and other services in Yosemite National Park, offering the company a 15-year contract worth nearly $2 billion. The Park Service did not extend the contract to the current concessionaire, Delaware North Companies, Yosemite’s main concession operator for the last 22 years.
This article by Nicole Winfield links to SacBee.com.
From the article: Prosecutors charged the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis as a corporation of having “turned a blind eye” to repeated reports of inappropriate behavior by a priest who was later convicted of molesting two boys. No individual was named in the complaint. The resignations came on the same day that the Vatican announced it was putting its former ambassador to the Dominican Republic, Jozef Wesolowski, on trial in a Vatican court on charges he sexually abused boys in the Caribbean country and possessed child pornography
This article by Catherine de Lange links to The Guardian U.K.
From the article: "It is hard to say for sure whether any single extreme weather event is a result of manmade climate change, but this is a scenario we should get used to seeing more of, scientists say. As the effects of climate change take hold and global temperatures creep up, extreme heat events will become more common."
This article by Michael Nevradakis links to TruthOut.org.
Investigative reporter and bestselling author Greg Palast discusses the results of his investigation into the actions of so-called vulture funds and their role in the destruction of the Greek economy. According to Palast, "I've been investigating the causes of Greece's collapse; it's a crime scene; it's not something that was a matter of Greeks living beyond their means or being lazy, olive pit-spewing slackers, as the Germans would have it. In fact, I actually looked it up: The average Greek worker works 400 hours more a year than the average German worker."
Filaments of ebola attached to a cell.
This article links to Forbes.com
The experimental Ebola drug ZMapp is the product of a "convoluted convergence of U.S. and Canadian federal agencies and industrial partners that's typical for treatments of potential value against biowarfare and bioterrorism," according to this 8/5/14 article in Forbes. "The U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases (USAMRIID) has been a critical driver of much of this work as they maintain biosafety level-4 facilities in Frederick, Maryland, and have extensive expertise with non-human primates as a model for human infectious diseases." The research and development of ZMapp and related drugs described here calls to mind Leonard Horowitz's 1996 book, Emerging Viruses: AIDS and Ebola - Nature, Accident or Intentional. (A video broadcast with Dr. Horowitz took place in August.) For more background, see also The City Edition's 2006 article about Liberia and President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, "Sometimes You Win."
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