1. MikeG

    MikeG Senior Member

    What a great interview. The host repeatedly attempts to move Wigington off the usual "Every single dot connects," series of correlations he pronounces and to actual causation. And Wigington simply moves to the next alleged correlation.
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  2. Balance

    Balance Senior Member

    Aside from my usual reluctance to listen to such recordings, I find Dane's speed-of-speech too distracting.

    However, I managed to block that this time and noted, all the way through his back-against-the-wall defense seems to fall back to "we have the proof", "research it for yourself".
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  3. Hama Neggs

    Hama Neggs Senior Member

    Dane has long since landed on the position that no one should question the foundations of his story.
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  4. Jay Reynolds

    Jay Reynolds Senior Member

    It is purposefully done as a distraction. The speed comes from a set of memorized notes. If you listen to a few interviews you catch on, it is just a sales pitch like he used to do when he was a real estate salesman. In a recent broadcast he admitted he wasn't able to "sell" even his own family on this belief. So his new family are friends who are easier distracted.

    The part which had me laughing was the third time the host asked for causation and he said, "I'm a former Bechtel Power employee." as if that had anything at all to do with the question! Dane was getting very rattled and his answers reminded me of Miss South Carolina trying to get through something she obviously didn't prepare for.
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  5. Hama Neggs

    Hama Neggs Senior Member

    It really does throw him if you don't accept, at face value, all the stuff he declares to be already proven. He so deeply believes it that he can't grasp the idea that anyone who is being honest wouldn't feel the same.
  6. JRBids

    JRBids Senior Member

    Interesting I wonder why his is the only solar installation affected.
  7. Trailblazer

    Trailblazer Moderator Staff Member

    A good point. My parents had solar panels installed three years ago and they have exceeded the estimated power generation level every year so far. And they are in a part of western England that has heavy contrail coverage.
  8. Balance

    Balance Senior Member

    Perhaps he has no cleaning maintenance schedule? We're told Dane was introduced to the conspiracy after noticing heavy dust contamination which reduced their output efficiency drastically. It goes on to say he had the dust analysed but no mention of cleaning the panels and restoring their efficiency meanwhile aquiring a UV meter and misreading it to perhaps "confirm" that cleaning the panels will have no effect.
  9. MikeG

    MikeG Senior Member

    It is a shame that, according to geoengineeringwatch.org, Dave Pakman joined the “global power structure” after his interview, basically because he didn’t accept Dane Wigington’s usual presentation at face value.

  10. keefe

    keefe Active Member

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