Geoengineering activist Dane Wigington says he is putting his life on the line to reveal the truth about the California drought. He says that the drought is part of a government conspiracy to deliberately engineer weather to prevent rain from falling.
Wigington says that the government are spraying chemtrails from planes, which cover the atmosphere in fine particles of heavy metals such as aluminium which block the sun’s rays from reaching the Earth’s atmosphere.
“The list of corroborating material we have is immense, including lab tests that prove the same elements named in geoengineering patents—aluminium, barium, and other heavy metals are raining down on us in massive quantities,” he said during a speech.
REPORTER: You’re talking about weather control.
WIGINGTON: Yes, we are.
REPORTER: You know that sounds crazy. To an outsider, this sounds impossible; it sounds like science fiction.
WIGINGTON: You can’t interfere with the climate system, putting aerosols, fine particles into the atmosphere without affecting the rain, can’t do it.
REPORTER: What you’re saying is, that this drought is being directly caused?
WIGINGTON: There’s no question. The connection is inarguable.
Kyaw Tha Paw U is a UC Davis professor of atmospheric science and biometeorology with degrees from MIT and Yale.
“I would find it more likely—I’m not saying it’s actually happening—but it’s more likely there are extraterrestrial visits to the Earth (laughs) than this kind of thing happening,” he said. “I don’t know anyone in my field who believes that.”
The idea of climate engineering is out there, but actually doing it is another matter, he says. Civilian planes and most military aircraft can’t fly high enough to even make it feasible. He says the contrails people see behind planes are essentially ice clouds forming and is perfectly normal.
“It’s just a natural occurrence of combustion; water’s one of the byproducts of combustion,” he said.
The video from Wigington appears to show a spray between the contrails. The professor says it looks like a rare issue involving pressure variations that causes a trial to form behind the wing and not just the engines’ exhausts.
But Wigington is used to skeptics. He once was one.
“Talk is cheap for those who haven’t investigated. I didn’t want to believe this either,” he said.
His background is in solar power, but he started investigating on his own about a decade ago after becoming suspicious. that something was partially blocking the sun’s energy from reaching his solar home.
He decided to go public.