LASG, the Legal Alliance to Stop Geoengineering, has filed suit againt the United States Department of Commerce, which overseas the agency NOAA, for failure to respond to FOIA requests for information on weather modification. Quote from post on GeoengineeringWatch.org:
Stop Geoengineering Minnesota has brought suit in United States District Court for the District of Columbia against the Department of Commerce, as well as against NOAA, for the failure to respond to requests for information regarding weather modification under a Freedom of Information (FOIA) request. SGM is a project of the non-profit, Minnesota Natural Health Coalition (minnesotanaturalhealth.org), which works in collaboration with Geoengineering Watch (GeoengineeringWatch.org), in an effort to bring attention to weather modification and to litigate issues related to geoengineering and illegal weather modification. SGM has requested records concerning weather modification in the possession of the Weather Service, and the reason for the agency imposing illegal gag orders on their employees. SGM is requesting an order to have the Dept. of Commerce promptly provide the records; declare that the failure to disclose is unlawful; that the failure to make a timely determination is unlawful; that the failure to provide SGM with an estimated completion date for their FOIA request and appeal, is unlawful.
Blue sparks in the night sky -- not lightning -- began 60 fires in Northern California. Evacuations, strandings, homes burning ... all becoming more and more the norm, as Hollywood releases disaster movies that show the same. This is how we become normalized to geo-terror ... A witness reports:
Asbest, Russia (population 70,000), is an asbestos-producing town, dominated by a huge mine owned by the company Uralasbest. The people of Asbest are dependent on the mine; 25 million Russians (total population 142 million) live in towns with only one main industry that cannot close due to this kind of economic relationship.
The mine in Asbest is half the size of Manhattan. From Dr. Mercola's recent newsletter: "The city’s pride for the industry can be seen in large asbestos-promoting banners hung all over town. Asbest even has an asbestos-themed anthem and a monument made of asbestos, symbolizing the city’s strange admiration for the deadly carcinogen. The first place [documentary reporter] Larsson visits is the asbestos mine, where half a million tons of asbestos are mined each year." Locals say they are unafraid of the dangers of asbestos: "Things happen to you only when you are afraid of them.”
Asbestos is a fibrous mineral whose use dates back to ancient Greece, where people made wicks from it to burn eternal flames, and wove it into garments, napkins and table cloths, which they would throw into the fire, marveling at how clean and unburned the cloth remained.
Jim Abrahams' film First Do No Harm is based on real life and tells the story of an epileptic boy's recovery by switching to a ketogenic (fat-based) diet. Epileptic children can remain seizure-free even after discontinuing this type of diet, and many can resume eating the ordinary way. Ketogenic diets have also helped those with ALS, autism, cancer, Parkinsons and Type 2 (adult onset) diabetes.
The heart actually twists as it electrically charges and releases blood. In keeping with tubular organ formation, as set out by biochemist Mark Krasnow of Stanford University, the heart originates in the human fetus as a tube, which then develops into a fibrous organ that does not function as a pump, as has been long believed. Watch this fascinating video:
There's enough here to make your head spin, and if all you come away with is the notion that everything in our body is aligned and works in a kind of super concert, and that we are at our font electric (also piezo electric), you will know why modern life has messed our biology up so much. For instance, muscles are batteries layered to form a "power battery pack." The fascia (membrane) around muscles is a semiconductor, designed to move current in one directino only. There are five energy-making systems in our body that work in harmony, running body voltage at the levels necessary to keep cells and organs going. An interview to listen to, and here's the write-up that goes with it.
As we have learned from various documentaries on the subject, the profusion of micro-particles of plastic in our oceans and even our air and water are changing the biology of life. Ineradicable, plastic only becomes smaller in size. A synthetic polymer derived from petroleum, it can be reconverted into diesel fuel. Find out more here.
Wash your synthetic clothes (e.g. fleece jackets) less often; stop using drinking straws and so many plastic bags; how about milk paint ... ? Instead of buying gallons of latex (plastic) paint at Home Depot, put a little lemon juice or vinegar into skim milk, separate out the curd, add natural pigment to the leftover liquid, and paint your walls and furniture. That's how it was done in the old days!