10 March, 2021
GeoeongineeringWatch.org is pleased to announce the release of our groundbreaking documentary that conclusively exposes the existence of global climate engineering operations.
Global climate engineering operations are a reality. Atmospheric particle testing conducted by GeoengineeringWatch.org has now proven that the lingering, spreading jet aircraft trails, so commonly visible in our skies, are not just condensation as we have officially been told. Over 75 years ago global powers committed the planet and populations to a climate engineering experiment from which there is no return. The intentional dimming of direct sunlight by aircraft dispersed particles, a form of global warming mitigation known as “Solar Radiation Management”, has and is causing catastrophic damage to the planet’s life support systems. The highly toxic fallout from the ongoing geoengineering operations is also inflicting unquantifiable damage to human health. Why aren’t scientists or official sources disclosing the ongoing climate engineering operations? Who is responsible for carrying out these programs? What will the consequences be if geoengineering / solar radiation management operations are allowed to continue? The Dimming documentary will provide answers to these questions and many more. Thank you for viewing and for notifying others of The Dimming film release.
All are needed in the critical battle to wake populations to what is coming, we must make every day count. Share credible data from a credible source, make your voice heard. Awareness raising efforts can be carried out from your own home computer.
For those that wish to acquire a DVD of The Dimming, they will be available as a free addition to our GeoengineeringWatch.org awareness materials packages, but ONLY WITH ORDERS PLACED ON OR AFTER May 1st, 2021.
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Nyon, Switzerland. Photo credit: Romain Silvestre
Santa Cruz, California. Photo credit: Bryan Hallett
Shasta County, California. Photo credit: Jovyde Wigington
Southwest Georgia. Photo credit: the photographer wishes to remain anonymous
Phoenix, Arizona. Photo credit: Joe Cornwall
Scottsdale, Arizona. Photo credit: Brant Tripp
Merseyside, United Kingdom. Photo credit: Mike Pop