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Weather Warfare –

It is my firm belief that we have turned our atmosphere, oceans, and ultimately the land we depend on for food to sustain us to military and science experiments which have been sold to us as “technical fixes” for runaway climate change.

I was on the planning committee for the United Nations 60th Annual DPI/NGO Conference “Climate Change–How It Impacts Us All” September 5-7, 2005.  From the start of the process I worked to make the dangers of geoengineering, weather warfare, commercial weather manipulation, and geoengineering a part of the dialogue.

Following is a speech I delivered the first day of that … Continue Reading



PAULINE CANTWELL, HOSTESS OF “LIVE WELL WITH CANTWELL” SHOW ON 1490 WGCH RADIO –  GREENWICH IS SPONSORING A PROGRAM “WHO OWNS THE WEATHER?”  – Sunday, November 21, 2010, 2:00-4:00 PM at the Greenwich Library, 101 West Putnam Avenue, Greenwich, CT.

Speakers will include:
Geoff Brady, independent producer WBAI Pacifica Radio
Bonnie Hoag, Bonnefire Coalition, upstate New York
Cindy Pikoulas, Long Island educator

Geoff Brady will show footage from his DVD Climate Engineers” which was produced as a fundraiser for Pacifica network.  Ms. Hoag and Ms. Pikoulas will discuss how geoengineering techniques are being used to block the sun to save the planet.

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No Need to Rush Passage of Climate/Energy Bill

With the defeat of the Murkowski Resolution  the ability of the EPA to regulate greenhouse gases has been upheld.  Therefore, there is absolutely no need for the comprehensive climate/energy bill being promoted by Senators Kerry and Lieberman.See the excellent analysis by Rosalind Peterson of Agriculture Defense Coalition and the attached poster we took to every Senate office in January.

Note that the Copenhagen Accord calls for the use of “unregulated markets” to promote unspecified adaptation and mitigation actions.  It sets up a UN Copenhagen Green Climate Fund to which President Obama pledged $100 billion a year from the United States…. Continue Reading

“Abolish U.N. Climate Panel, Indict Chief”

‘Abolish U.N. climate panel, indict chief’
Former Thatcher adviser documents fraud by global body
Posted: May 18, 2010
8:34 pm Eastern


By Jerome R. Corsi
© 2010 WorldNetDaily

Lord Christopher Monckton lectures in Chicago yesterday

CHICAGO – Lord Christopher Monckton, a former science adviser to British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, called for the abolishment of the United Nations climate committee and the indictment of the U.N.’s chief climate scientist for financial fraud.
Monckton was the featured speaker today at the closing luncheon of the Heartland Institute’s Fourth International Conference on … Continue Reading




The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the EPA could regulate greenhouse gases starting
in 2010.  This wise decision by the Supreme Court allows the United States to lead the
world in reducing greenhouse gases and fines the major polluters who don’t curtail their
greenhouse gas emissions.

The Climate/Energy bill draft proposed by Senators Kerry and Lieberman will undermine
the EPA Clean Water & Air Acts.  In addition, there will be no greenhouse gas reductions
until either 2017 or 2020, and then only 20% of 2005 … Continue Reading

Kerry/Lieberman Draft Climate Energy Legislation

Senators Kerry and Lieberman ratcheted up the fight to pass legislation to combat global warming unveiling a new climate bill on May 12, 2010, as the Gulf of Mexico oil disaster complicates the bill’s already difficult prospects this year.  The Gulf of Mexico spill has turned offshore drilling–an issue that was used to get votes from Republicans and conservative Democrats–into a political toxin.
Take time to read the bill and voice your opposition to your Senators at the toll free number 1-866-220-0044.

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Shuttle Launch Creates Artificial Noctilucent Cloud

My husband and I got up to watch Monday’s 6:20 am shuttle launch in Florida.  I was shocked when the second phase seemed to spray something to create a noctilucent cloud.  It seemed strangely similar to the one deliberately created in the NASA/Navy C.A.R.E. rocket experiment launched from Wallop Island Virginia September 19, 2009,and seen spraying aluminum oxide over my house in Old Greenwich, CT.  Although NASA is not admitting that they conducted another experiment, they have posted an article on why this launch created this type of cloud.


The following photos of the shuttle launch are the best … Continue Reading

U.K. House of Commons Hearing on Regulation of Geoengineering

The House of Commons Science and Technology Committee held a hearing January 13, 2010 on the regulation of geoengineering.  You can access an uncorrected transcript of oral evidence at

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U.S. Subcommittee Examines Geoengineering Strategies and Hazards

This agenda is moving forward with no public debate – we need Senate hearings on these issues -

This document states:

“This hearing is the second part of a three-part series on geoengineering in the Committee on Science and Technology. The series is intended to create the foundation for an informed and open dialogue on the science and engineering of geoengineering. The Full Committee held the first hearing on November 5, 2009. The third hearing is planned for spring of 2010 and will cover issues of governance.

The series of hearings is part of a partnership with the United Kingdom House of Commons … Continue Reading

Copenhagen Summit

After the lack of success of the Obama Administration in promoting the US agenda at the Copenhagen summit, the pundits are increasingly skeptical the President and moderate Democrats will go to the mats in an effort to pass a cap and trade bill in 2010. The announcements in the past 24 hours by Senators Dorgan and Dodd that they will not run for re-election are also harbingers of a poltical environment that will make it difficult for any large new tax and spend program (no matter how cleverly hidden) to survive an onslaught by Republican opponents in the November … Continue Reading