“We Thank You For Actioning The Knowledge: http://www.AzimuthalEquidistant.org “..for posterity, for the children today and the generations of humans to come in the years ahead; we are sorry if you have to experience this atrocity to nature and the human race, but WE ARE WORKING TO STOP IT.
Most of us have had the chance to enjoy our natural blue skies in the past. We have vivid memories of playing outside and looking up and afar to see nothing but clear skies, or those filled with those beautiful puffy clouds we admire and try to identify by the shapes they create. We are the blessed ones who believe nature’s gift should be nothing less than your birthright. It is no excuse, although it is the reality as society today is born sick by default; their mindset is programmed / conditioned to the thoughts of others who as they demonstrate do not appear to have our goodwill in mind.”
Please Remember the Color Blue.
Pushing Back Against Climate Engineering, Canadian Lawsuit Is Filed
Legal action has been filed and is now underway in Canada that will greatly assist with the global effort to expose and halt the ongoing climate engineering assault against the planet and the entire web of life. For over a year GeoengineeringWatch.org has been communicating with and forwarding data to Canadian attorneys (in addition to the US team of attorneys we are working with) in the effort to get legal action in motion. This effort has now reached fruition, Geoengineering Watch wishes to express our most sincere gratitude to the attorneys in Canada (and the US attorneys) for their diligent and ongoing work in this most critical battle. Excerpts from the Canadian legal filing are below.
Nature of the Proceeding:
1. This is a mass-tort and environmental Proposed Class Proceeding in respect of the spraying into the atmosphere of toxic substances and particulates by the Defendant that is dangerous to human health, destructive to the environment, and has caused meaningful economic damages. (Read Full Article Via Link Above).
COAL FLY ASH:
The principal components of bituminous coal fly ash are silica, alumina, iron oxide, and calcium, with varying amounts of carbon, as measured by the loss on ignition (LOI).
April 2017 Pictures of Airplanes Spraying the Skies in Toronto / Central Ontario, Canada: