October 6-27, 2004
CHEMTRAILS OVER OUR TOWN!
SANTA CRUZ, CA

October 27, 2004

Bush Considers Withdrawing From Nukes In Space Treaty
A veteran observer of the U.S. space program who has worked with the
Bush administration has publicly said Bush is considering withdrawing from
an international treaty that bans nuclear weapons in space. Journalist Frank Sietzen,
who recently represented the Bush camp in a policy debate, told a gathering in Washington, "the administration is reviewing whether or not we want to be signatory"
to the 1967 United Nations Treaty on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space. Sietzen's comments were first reported by the National Journal's Government Executive. A
State Department official who spoke on condition of anonymity said the government
no longer agrees with the treaty's provisions against placing weapons of mass
destruction in orbit and using celestial bodies such as the moon and Mars for
non-peaceful purposes.

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October 22, 2004

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October 18, 2004

EXTREME CHEMICAL SPRAY DAY

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Russia is expected to approve the ratification of the Kyoto Protocol today.
If approved the international treaty on climate change will go in to force as a
legally binding document.

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October 10, 2004
Weather control: a stormy issue By Kate Santich The Orlando Sentinel
Dyn-O-Gel "recently forged an agreement with Oregon-based Evergreen International Aviation to use one of Evergreen's new "supertankers," a modified 747 that can carry
a payload of 115 tons of Dyn-O-Gel powder..." They claim this powder is safe
however, they will not tell us the chemicals in the powder.

I could go off on many points of correction but just one: Weather modification is
ongoing, well funded and has also been privatized. However, the atmospheric
community calls it Aerosol Operations or Atmospheric Research to hide the fact
that they are violating an international treaty banning weather modification.

"The Bush Administration has brought a total government spending on climate-change related programs to $4.5 billion", including a "$103 million two-year federal initiative... ...focused on oceans and atmospheric aerosols and carbon."

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October 6, 2004

 

 

 

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