Monday, July 21, 2008
Schwarzenegger's Office ask to discuss "Jet Trails"
July 19, 2008Rose wrote:Hi All:Wanted to give you some very hopeful news. Deborah Whitman with "Environmental Voices," sent me this on Friday, July 18th (please see her message below). She had just attended an EPA panel discussion on "Climate Change" at the Capitol in Sacramento. She has been a tireless, fearless voice for our skies and concerns around these unregulated experimental weather modification programs. She received a phone call from Governor Schwarzenegger's staff requesting a meeting to discuss concerns around "jet trails".I have also heard from another very reliable source that Schwarzenegger's office had asked the California Air Resources Board to "check into the chemtrail issue and whether or not they are toxic." Mrs. Whitman believes that it is vital that we contact the Governor's office in the next week and let him know just how concerned we are about these unregulated aerosol spraying programs and how it is effecting our health and our environment (please see at the end of this email for contact numbers).Bless Us All,RoseDeborah's message:"I'm so excited. Today at EPA went excellent. I made great contacts. I used to work with the man that is now setting up the Climate Team. I gave him all the handouts I had and I will be meeting with him and other ARB staff on these issues.I heard the President and Governor were in Redding today looking at fire damage. Thank God that you guys are getting some attention now. It's about time.Send your e-mail to the Governor and the the Head of EPA. Their e-mail addresses are on their websites. Have everyone send their own letters as well. Follow them up with well written professional looking letters.Contact numbers:Governor Arnold SchwarzeneggerState Capitol BuildingSacramento, CA 95814Phone: 916-445-2841Fax: 916-558-3160 Email link: http://gov.ca.gov/interactLinda S. Adams/Secretary for Environmental Protection1001 I StreetP.O. Box 2815Sacramento, CA 95812-2815California Environmental Protection Agency, http://www.calepa.ca.govGeneral Public Contact, firstname.lastname@example.org (916) 323-2514Air Resources Board StaffMary D. Nichols/ChairContact: Cornetta Thompson(916) 445-4383/ Fax (916) 327-5748 Below is my letter I wrote to our governor. It is crucial that the Governor hears from as many voices from our part of the state as possible.Dear Governor Schwarzenegger:We here in the northern most part of our state, have been watching with great concern these unregulated experimental weather modification programs which have been conducted over our heads. We encourage you to investigate and take a seriously look at the well documented evidence that these programs have seriously contaminated our air, water, soils. We are concerned what breathing these chemicals have done to our health and to our climate.There is great evidence that spraying tons of aluminum oxide and barium into our atmosphere is also creating drought conditions, which can only exacerbate our already severe fire dangers. "According to the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder, Co., the only way to form artificial clouds in warm dry air is to introduce enough particulates into the atmosphere to attract and accrete all available moisture into visible vapor. If repeated often enough, the resulting rainless haze can lead to drought.""In a May 2000 draft report submitted to the International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), an expert panel chosen from among 3,000 atmospheric scientists, concluded that Teller's scheme might work. But the IPCC warned against unpredictable upsets of the atmosphere. The panel also warned against angry populaces reacting to "the associated whitening of the visual appearance of the sky."Please consider your family, your children also breathe this air. As governor you have sworn to protect this great state and its people. Please take this pledge to heart and be the kind of leader many in this state hope and pray you will be. Sincerely,Rose TaylorMt. Shasta, California