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On July 15, 2014, residents of Shasta County in remote Northern California took unprecedented action before their Board of Supervisors. They were giving testimony on a phenomenon of recent years: the appearance of lingering white trails in the sky above, that join to create a haze; and on their discovery that after these hazings rain, snow and surface water in ponds contain toxic chemicals, among them aluminum. They brought the issue before the Shasta County Supervisors as a matter of public health and an issue of citizen's right to know.
Residents submitted test data from California licensed labs showing the presence of aluminum, barium and strontium in snow and rainwater after hazing events. They brought in copies of patents used by the military and private contractors that list the identical ingredients for use in weather modification.
Thanks to the Shasta County Board of Supervisors for the audio for this radio program.
The list of speakers at the Supervisor meeting was impressive. It included former US Air Force pilots, former employees of Fish and Wildlife and the USDA, farmers, doctors and nurses concerned about the toxic effects of aluminum. There was even a guest from Spain who testified about efforts in the European Union to investigate the toxins in the new international Solar Radiation Management programs. The totally unregulated SRM programs promote spraying in the atmosphere to mitigate climate change by cutting back on the amount of sun that strikes the ground.