Jim Reece, Toni Anne Smith and I went to the Dargaville Field Days on February the 21st, 2013, and set up our Geoengineering stand to educate farmers who had not heard about Stratospheric Aerosol Geoengineering. Some of the fields in the district were looking brown, rather than green, owing to the very dry weather Northland has been having and we heard from a Rural Womens group spokesperson that some farmers are finding the times very difficult to bear. The primary reason seemed obvious. Weather modification technology is robbing the area of rain.
For part of the morning, there were many aerosols visible in the sky over Dargaville, providing solid evidence of what we had been talking about to those attending the Field Days.
As we were leaving at 4.25pm, again there were aerosols present – many and we saw a plane spraying a trail, then watched for about 20 minutes as the trail spread out to form cloud-like material.
Here are some photos of what was in the sky.