Has The Primary Geoengineering Materials Supplier Been Identified? / NASA Worldview: Jan. & Feb. 2017

Dane Wigington
GeoengineeringWatch.org

The global climate engineers are spraying unimaginable quantities of materials into skies all over the world as part of the ongoing geoengineering / solar radiation management assault.

 

Tasmania, south of Australia (above) / Jan.20, 2017                                           http://go.nasa.gov/2iLWXh7

Tasmania, south of Australia (above) / Jan.20, 2017                                           http://go.nasa.gov/2iM71GM

West of Kerguelen Islands, French Southern and Antarctic Lands, in the south Indian Ocean. (above) / Jan.20, 2017   http://go.nasa.gov/2iM7E3e

Lake Erie & Ohio (above) / Jan.21, 2017  http://go.nasa.gov/2k2dpqp

North of Antarctica & below Kerguelen Islands, French Southern and Antarctic Lands (above) / Jan.20, 2017        http://go.nasa.gov/2iM0njQ

Florida off the east coast USA (above) / Jan.21, 2017                                         http://go.nasa.gov/2k2enDm

The Gulf of Mexico (above) / Jan.21, 2017                                                            http://go.nasa.gov/2iPxK5w

North America (above) / Feb,2, 2017. If you adjust the contrast, etc. enough, you can reveal the R/F ripples even in these thick clouds. Sepia shows them up best. http://go.nasa.gov/2l17iDg

Santa Catalina Island, California (above) / Feb.2, 2017                                       http://go.nasa.gov/2kYcHhK

Coast of Chile (above) / Feb.2, 2017                                                                         http://go.nasa.gov/2kYbkzI

Port-aux-Francais and the French Southern & Antarctic Lands (above) / Feb.2, 2017 http://go.nasa.gov/2l1gU0O

detail of angular-rectangle hole in the clouds (above) over Port-aux-Francais and the French Southern & Antarctic Lands/ Feb.2, 2017                                                  http://go.nasa.gov/2l1CzWT

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