1. Trailblazer

    Misrepresented: Stanford, NASA say perpetual sky-haze slows wind, cuts rainfall

    In this video, David Tulis claims that a Stanford/NASA study on atmospheric aerosols, stating that they reduce wind speeds and rainfall, is related to geoengineering:
  2. Steve Funk

    Geoengineering illustration [From New Scientist, 2009]

    Has anyone seen the original source of this illustration. I can't bring up anything that isn't a chemtrailer source, but it looks like it came from a serious paper somewhere. I'm in a facebook conversation with a local about this. One thing I notice is that it only gives aerosols one dot for...