Gainesville, Florida: August 9, 2011 presentation to the Alachua County Commission reporting aluminum in rainwater. This presentation resulted in a second presentation to the County’s EPAC committee (Environmental Protection Advisory Committee). Source: Harold Saive “If “contrails” by appearance transform into “clouds”, it can be concluded that the material of composition is not water vapor.” Rosalind Peterson at 2007 UN Session… Continue reading "County Commission Hears Evidence of Geoengineering and Chemtrails"
Month: June 2014
For more information on forced pooling, also known as “compulsory pooling” in North Carolina visit: http://rafiusa.org/ In this short video, Scott Marlow, RAFI Executive Director, reviews the history of forced pooling and how it applies to potential shale gas drilling in North Carolina. “Triple Divide: Split Estate” Related: BLM fracking racket exposed! Armed siege and cattle theft from Bundy ranch… Continue reading "Forced Pooling 101: Understanding “Compulsory Pooling”"
Four months after a massive coal ash spill devastated the Dan River, and before the state has remedied its coal ash problem, North Carolina is poised to open a new can of worms. On June 4, 2014, North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory signed the Energy Modernization Act, lifting a moratorium on natural gas drilling in the state. Pat McCrory has… Continue reading "The Environmental Impact of Fracking in North Carolina"