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Dr. Nasha Winters, ND, L.Ac., FABNO, The Metabolic Approach to Cancer, Chelsea Green Publishing, 2017.
James Rodgers Fleming’s Fixing the Sky: The Checkered History of Weather and Climate
Control (Columbia University Press, 2010). Fleming, a science historian trained in meteorology, is a deeply educated guide. He takes the reader through the history of early weather modification schemes in the 19th century to the birth of modern schemes in the 1940s, to the first use of weatheras a weapon of war in the 1960s, to the proposed use of solar radiation management (SRM) as an antidote to global warming in our present era.
Rosalie Bertell’s Planet Earth: The Latest Weapon of War (Black Rose Books, 2001). Bertell, a
scientist and peace activist, is the first serious writer to expose the fantastic technologies hatched by military science and employed during the post-Cold War decade of the 1990s. Bertell explains these technologies belong to two broad categories: energy-or-wave-based (e.g., ionospheric heaters) or chemical (e.g., aerosol sprays). The two are often used in tandem with one another. The US Secretary of Defense warned of the power of these technologies in 1996, weapons capable of initiating earthquakes and tsunamis, causing floods and droughts, amplifying and directing hurricanes and cyclones. That is, capable of causing planetary mayhem.
William Thomas’s Chemtrails Confirmed (Bridger House, 2004). Thomas, a veteran environmental and Iraq war reporter, as well as a trained fighter pilot, was the first to report the effects of military chemical aerosol geoengineering on civilians both in the US and Canada. Thomas’ absorbing narrative depends heavily on eye-witness accounts.
David Keith’s A Case for Climate Engineering (MIT Press, 2013). This is the best short
introduction to the reasons for pursuing overt climate engineering or “intervention,” due to global
warming presumed to be anthropogenic or human-caused (thus inviting a human, engineered
Oliver Morton’s The Planet Remade: How Geoengineering Could Change the World (Princeton
University Press, 2016). This the best long introduction to the subject of overt, planned
geoengineering. It explores both the promise and the peril of “planned interventions in the climate system,” that cover the gamut of present geoengineering schemes.
Clive Hamilton’s Earth Masters: The Dawn of the Age of Climate Engineering (Yale University
Press, 2013). A trained ethicist, Hamilton explores in clear, easy-to-follow language both the ethical and environmental implications of undertaking a variety of future geoengineering schemes, schemes that continue to be debated in academia and the media.
Mike Hulme’s Can Science Fix Climate Change? (Polity Press, 2014). A well-known climatologist
argues, on the basis of science, against the temptation of geoengineering fixes to the predicament of anthropogenic global warming.
Elana Freeland’s Chemtrails, HAARP, and Full Spectrum Dominance of Planet Earth (Feral
House, 2014) and Under an Ionized Sky: From Chemtrails to Space Fence Lockdown (Feral House, 2018). These first two volumes of freelance investigator Elana Freeland’s trilogy (whose third and final volume is due in 2020) take off from where Rosalie Bertell left off twenty years ago: they explore the unfolding, radically destabilizing, cloaked military war technologies about which deep state agencies like NASA continue to disinform us. Freeland is the first to acknowledge and explore the discoveries of the pioneering environmental scientist Clifford Carnicom, including his discovery of microscopic artificial life forms or “fibers” called Morgellons or “cross domain bacteria.”
Peter A Kirby’s Chemtrails Exposed: A New Manhattan Project (Peter A Kirby, 2016; 2nd edition
due in 2020). Kirby tells the story of the US military industrial complex’s post-WW II secret creation of weather and climate modification technologies as weapons of war, undertaken on a scale and with a similar secrecy as was the original Manhattan Project that created the atomic bomb.
Dane Wigington’s Geoengineering: A Chronicle of Indictment (Dane Wigington, 2017). Wigington is the creator of www.geoengineeringwatch.org, possibly the world’s most followed anti- geoengineering web site. His book is based on his own dispatches from 2012 to 2016, which explore engineered droughts and storms, climate chaos, tree die-offs, and science disinformation by deep state agencies. It contains a long descriptive list of weather modification and geoengineering patents registered over one hundred years to 2013.
J Marvin Herndon’s Earth and the Dark Side of Science (J Marvin Herndon, 2014). In clear and
accessible prose, OGA’s nuclear chemist and geoscientist Marvin Herndon, whose many peer-
reviewed science papers are listed in our Science section, sets forth his novel theories of Earth’s
formation and expansion, its inner core nuclear georeactor, its endogenous and variable heat output and the importance of this for understanding climate change, plus a critical look at how science has been hijacked to serve military and deep state agendas, including military geoengineering, with little regard for either the public or democracy.
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