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By Rady Ananda

One technique of atmospheric geoengineering uses aircraft to spray the sky with metals and chemicals. These pollutants affect the air we breathe, the water we drink and the food we grow. Crops genetically engineered for immunity to aluminum, which is toxic to natural plants (and humans), are unaffected.

Addressing these issues, a new film, What in the World Are They Spraying, will have its world premier in Atlanta, Georgia on Saturday, October 23, 8 pm, at the Atlanta History Center.

Producers G. Edward Griffin, Michael Murphy and Paul Wittenberger will give a 30-minute presentation before the film, and will be at the catered reception following it.

Tickets cost $10 and you can also order tickets via Cash or Check by mailing a form, available as an MS word doc or a pdf.

As of October 8, tickets are still available for the afterparty at a cost of $40 each.

All proceeds and donations go toward G.E. Griffin’s new Coalition Against Geo-Engineering.

The film is 95 minutes in length. Here’s a ten minute preview: