As Orgone Restores the Climate, the What to Think Network Unleashes a Barrage of Disinformation
A periodic Google news search on California’s drought since the start of this year’s rainy season has yielded the same result day after day, especially after a good drenching rain. “This latest rain won’t put a dent in the drought. There is a lack of snow pack in the mountains despite the heavy storm. Soon water rationing will begin” …and the most damning of all, “global warming is the reason for the drought.” Dane Wigington, the climate expert behind Geoengineeringwatch.org, has refuted this claim, since during warming periods on earth, rainfall increases. The reason for California’s drought is man made, but it is not made by CO2. It is the result of climate engineering.
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Our latest geo-restoration efforts have unleased torrential rains on our state, which has been parched by continuous rain suppression efforts for the past few years. Water is big business, and so are drought resistant GMO seeds. Food and water are also essential to our survival. The engineered drought has been linked to Monsanto’s GMO seed monopolization push in the documentary, "Why in the World Are They Spraying." Nestle’s CEO has declared that water is not a human right and should be privatized. When you put the pieces of this puzzle together, you see something disturbing that you may find hard to accept, that our drought is being created through deliberate man made efforts. When you are observant and notice heavy chemical spraying from aircraft obliterating natural clouds, and the chance of rain going to zero percent, you can now understand why this is happening. It is naturally upsetting to hear from these so called trusted news sources that this drought is our fault, when this could not be further from the truth.
In April of 2014, Team Chembow joined the geo-restoration efforts begun by Don and Carol Croft in 2000. Following in the footsteps of Wilhelm Reich, whose discovery of orgone energy was suppressed and hidden by the US government, we have now been able to use this remarkable energy to clean the geoengineering aerosols from California’s sky and neutralize the energy weapons used in conjunction with the spraying to wage weather warfare on the Golden State. It is true that we will need more rain to get our rivers and lakes back to where they need to be, but we have brought back the winter rain and restored the hydrological cycle.
This latest onslaught of disinformation involves the global warming argument and puts the blame for the drought on Californians. These articles are meant to bring fear and panic to our state as the drought is being ended, and to make us feel that we can never recover. How’s this for an extreme example: California’s Terrifying Climate Forecast: It Could Face Droughts Nearly Every Year. Come on, seriously? It has been raining and snowing, and all of this has been made possible by orgone energy’s restorative properties on the climate. The climate engineers believe that they will be able to continue suppressing the rain, but they have lost their hold on California this season.
Whether or not you are concerned about the planet’s slight warming trend, the fact remains that our skies are being bombarded with aerosols daily and that the EMF of cell towers and HAARP create positive ions which inhibit precipitation. A great solution to reducing CO2 for those who feel that this is the reason for global warming would be to plant more trees, stop cutting down forests, and to drive less. These have other benefits besides reducing CO2. If we would like to see a return of rainfall to California, then reducing the electro smog and removing geoengineering aerosols from the atmosphere is essential. To do this, we all need to work together to make and distribute as many orgone devices as possible and negatively ionize the atmosphere, allowing normal precipitation once again.
A new study says a record drought that ravaged Syria in 2006-2010 was likely stoked by ongoing manmade climate change, and that the drought
may have helped propel the 2011 Syrian uprising. Researchers say the
drought, the worst ever recorded in the region, destroyed agriculture in
the breadbasket region of northern Syria, driving dispossessed farmers
to cities, where poverty, government mismanagement and other factors
created unrest that exploded in spring 2011. The conflict has since
evolved into a complex multinational war that has killed at least
200,000 people and displaced millions. The study appears this week in PNAS.
"We’re not saying the drought caused the war," said Richard Seager, a climate scientist at Columbia Univ.’s
Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory who coauthored the study. “We’re
saying that added to all the other stressors, it helped kick things over
the threshold into open conflict. And a drought of that severity was
made much more likely by the ongoing human-driven drying of that
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WHAT’S THAT? Found on the underside of leaves, stomata are like pores in our skin. They are tiny openings that allow for gas exchange so plants can make food and cool off from heat. In this magnified image of a wandering jew plant, stomata (in green) are surrounded by leaf cells (in purple).
WHAT’S THE LATEST? Carbon dioxide (CO2) levels in the atmosphere have been increasing decade after decade, and plants aren’t sure how to deal with it. When CO2 levels are high, plants reduce their number of stomata. With less stomata, plants can’t cool off by releasing water to evaporate, so they die from heat stress during heat waves and droughts. Researchers at UC San Diego have found a new genetic pathway that controls stomata numbers in response to CO2 levels, which could help scientists engineer plants that can withstand harsh conditions in changing climates.
Image by Dr. Jerzy Gubernator/University of Wroclaw/Nikon Small World.
California is still struggling through what might be the state’s worst sustained drought in 1,200 years. But in the dehydrated Central Valley, oil companies have been busy polluting much of the region’s drinkable water.
Even worse, they’ve been doing it with the full cooperation of state regulators.
According to a new study published in the journal “Science Advances“, the Southwest and Great Plains will very likely be stricken by megadroughts–decades-long periods of extreme drought–the likes of which we haven’t seen for 1,000 years.
Belize's Famous 'Blue Hole' Reveal Clues to the Maya's Demise
SAN FRANCISCO — The ancient Mayan civilization collapsed due to a century-long drought, new research suggests.
Minerals taken from Belize’s famous underwater cave, known as the Blue Hole, as well as lagoons nearby, show that an extreme drought occurred between A.D. 800 and A.D. 900, right when the Mayan civilization disintegrated. After the rains returned, the Mayans moved north — but they disappeared again a few centuries later, and that disappearance occurred at the same time as another dry spell, the sediments reveal.
Although the findings aren’t the first to tie a drought to the Mayan culture’s demise, the new results strengthen the case that dry periods were indeed the culprit. That’s because the data come from several spots in a region central to the Mayan heartland, said study co-author André Droxler, an Earth scientist at Rice University. Read more.