By Rady Ananda
A new film on aerial spraying programs, Look Up!, does more than expose; it provides a mobile app for observers to notify their legislators when chemtrails are spotted, despite official denial that such programs exist.
The SkyderALERT app lets people “capture visual evidence of this potentially catastrophic activity, petition against it, and send it directly to the appropriate government officials – all in one click, with no need to know who those officials are, or even where you are. It’s automatically geo-located.” The app will even let you call your Member of Congress, Senators or Governor directly.
Already wildly popular since its release in May, the app has won several awards, including Winner of the Accolade Competition for Best Originality and Creativity for Original Mobile App; Top 5 Apple’s App store and iTunes Top Social Networking apps (Google chat was #3); and Top 10 Twitter Next Top App for Social Networking.
Using former commercial and military pilots, politicians and even President Obama’s Science Advisor, John Holdren, Look Up! gives the intelligent public mainstream sources for the information being presented.
George Barnes, the film’s creator, will be interviewed on Coast to Coast AM Wednesday night, Nov. 27 (10pm-2am PT, or 1-5am ET early Thanksgiving morning.)
Here’s the 10-minute trailer for Look Up!:
Narrated by William Baldwin, the 40-minute film couldn’t be more timely. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, which refuses to acknowledge military inducement of extreme weather and geophysical events, recently published its Fifth Assessment Report on Climate Change, warning policymakers that despite global side effects and long-term consequences, geoengineering techniques involving solar radiation management (SRM) should be maintained:
“If SRM were terminated for any reason, there is high confidence that global surface temperatures would rise very rapidly to values consistent with the greenhouse gas forcing.” [emphasis in original]
What Clifford Carnicom has discovered in his 14 years of research is that the particles being sprayed in the sky are “ionizable salts” meaning they can be electrically charged.
This plays nicely with the work of the High-frequency Active Auroral Research Project (HAARP). The Alaskan station beams radio waves to the ionosphere, a region in Earth’s high atmosphere where ionization caused by incoming solar radiation affects the transmission of these waves by modulating them into low frequency and reflecting them back down to a targeted spot on the planet.
Featured in that program, Jeanne Manning and Nick Begich coauthored the widely acclaimed book, Angels Don’t Play This HAARP: Advances in Tesla Technology (1997, 2001).
At the 2011 Beyond Chemtrails conference, Carnicom concluded, “There is a deliberate, systematic, artificial alteration of the atmosphere with the systematic introduction of massive amounts of extremely fine particulate matter, and it has allowed for a complete transformation of the upper atmosphere (troposphere).”
Carnicom also found biologicals (dried red blood cells) and submicron sized filaments (200-300 namometers in width), which he has linked with Morgellon’s Disease. See, also:
Appearing as spidery weblike filaments, the aerial fallout should not be confused with Gossamer Showers, a natural arachnid phenomenon reported throughout history where spiders blanket an area with webs. Lab experiments can determine the composition of these filaments to rule out spider webs.
In addition to Carnicom’s study of synthetic airborne filaments, a French lab also studied them. Using samples collected in late 2012 in France, the Centre Indépendant d’Investigations et d’Expertises en Chimie Organique (Independent Center for Investigations & Appraisals in Organic Chemistry) found them to comprise “complex organic polymers, containing many synthetic chemicals” along with “organic molecules commonly encountered in the composition of jet fuels and jet reactors lubricants.”
The Centre reported that the filaments also contained “several toxic synthetic compounds (phthalates)” including DEHP, which is a known endocrine disruptor used in making plastics.
Writing in 2010 for the Alternative Medicine Review, Naturopathic Doctor Walter Crinnion warned that, “Various animal studies have demonstrated plthalates can reduce sperm counts, cause histological changes in the testes, and reduce male fertility. There are also concerns about phthalates causing fetal mortality, low birth weights, and fetal malformations.”
Though the US Environmental Protection Agency reports that “Ambient air is generally not considered a significant exposure media” for phthalates, independent labs report otherwise.
In addition to the damage being done to our soil, water and vegetation since the advent of atmospheric aerial spraying programs, there are serious medical consequences wrought from them.
Look Up! brings to concerned citizens a mobile app, so that observations can be sent to lawmakers responsible for protecting the public.
This article first appeared at Activist Post.