Two Comments Regarding Geoengineering In Northern Advocate On March 2, 2013

By Clare Swinney, March 2, 2013.

Louisa Young of Nelson and I had comments we wrote on the Northern Advocate website  related to the official announcement of drought in Northland, published in Saturday’s newspaper, (March 2nd, 2013), on the Opinion page.  Advocate WebchatBelow the Opinion page are photos of some of the many aerosol trails seen today from Whangarei.

 

 

 

One of numerous aerosol trails photographed on March 2nd, 2013 from Whangarei.

One of numerous aerosol trails photographed on March 2nd, 2013 from Whangarei.

A mish-mash of aerosol trails in various stages of dispersal, photographed from Whangarei on March 2nd, 2013.

A mish-mash of aerosol trails in various stages of dispersal, photographed from the Whangarei CBD on March 2nd, 2013.

 

 

 

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5 Responses to Two Comments Regarding Geoengineering In Northern Advocate On March 2, 2013

  1. louisa Young says:

    awesome work Clare, so good to see our comments there and spreading the word. Is the Northern Advocate the newspaper for the greater northland area?

  2. Mischele Rhodes says:

    Great work Clare (and others) – repeated here in the Waikato -blazing hot sun again today (Sund.3 March) with a slight sprinkle of rain as a tease 10ish this morning before heading to Hamilton Farmers Market with fluoride submission forms. Fluoride Tribunal here 29,30 May 2013 and we need submissions from anywhere to help us get it out of NZ. See http://www.fluoridefreehamilton.org.nz

  3. Donna Francesca says:

    Great to see this being published! Word is getting out there. Tks Louisa & Clare.

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