Month: June 2014

County Commission Hears Evidence of Geoengineering and Chemtrails

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.” http://youtu.be/Af-SCC33wjw …

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Forced Pooling 101: Understanding “Compulsory Pooling”

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 …

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The Environmental Impact of Fracking in North Carolina

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 …

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