Screwing ourselves with tech …..

I don’t have a smart meter, I refuse it and its not a legal requirement; no mobile, no tablet or such gizmos other than this desktop 12yo machine. I’ve never texted, don’t know how to or have the neccesary device or patience and if you email I might respond next day or next week.  I couldn’t give a fck.

Lots of mention of data, big data and other such nonsense on bbc r4 lately, some breathlessly gushy and some grounded. I’d rather talk about the microbial activity in soil (and not with Gardeners Question Time a programme I find repulsive) or ancient cultures, climate change, history or where we are heading. But not data.

Still all the sheeple must  ‘be modern’ and heavens above if they ever lagged behind. And so electricity consumption is staggeringly high for all this tech. Even trashy things like ‘bitcoin’ consumes vast amounts in its nefarious operations, the Guardian telling us its CO2 footprint is equiv to 1 milion transatlantic flights per year (is that per person or per aircraft).

This man says it better than me  …. https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2018/jul/17/internet-climate-carbon-footprint-data-centres

https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2018/jan/17/bitcoin-electricity-usage-huge-climate-cryptocurrency

 

Repulsed at trump …

Basically he is a fair imitation of a turd, stinking unwelcome and at every turn an embarrasment. Theres no excuse now, its gone too far.

Todays Helsinki charade with lover boy / puppet master Putin was indeed a shambles.

Treason is fair comment and the most prevelant response; a gold plated shit.

One to one behind closed doors, no advisers present, no agenda, no goals, no minutes kept … COME ON AMERICA GET REAL !!

I think its time the American public, Senate, whatever turned on this con-man called trump and moved forward, but as bbc r4 ‘The World Tonight’ mentioned it would be seen as a coup and so traditional democratic voting practice must be followed ie 2020.

trumps twenty word vocab was at straining point, if he turned up for a job I’d never give him one, theres nothing he can do. He trashed his own Intel people to side with Putin, wow they really must have the dirt on him, financial and whatever. Seemed very much to be reading Putins script and sounding dumb whilst doing it.

My heart bleeds for men of integrity in America, he is fast selling you to the lowest bidder.

Likewise these last couple of days Elon Musk has shown a side that is utterly repulsive. To insult a man and in turn all the team when they have successfuly carried out a most gargantuan feat in rescuing the trapped bods in a Thailand cave system demonstrates a most nasty ego. Musk is often referred to as an ‘engineer’ but I think not, a writer of code ie paypal but nothing more. His cars are certainly not as green as they are promoted, far better no cars at all, they will soon date once eventually delivered and praise as Eliot noted must never be over lavished; something needing to be noted by his busy online sycophants.  And whats this thing about space travel, lets look at home first. Colonise Mars crap repels me, wow thats a pleasant wake up each morning, looking out over …. nothing. If Musk really had worked as ‘an engineer’ in the sense that I know the term ie practical hands-on physical objects of complication (that sometimes can go wrong when you least want them to) he would know to keep quiet, not to barge into situations thinking he knows it all.

Third gripe tonight and its not easy to avoid A1 first class blunders on present day media and broadcasting was a final piece on bbc r4 ‘The World Tonight’ that informed us of the Human Zoo exhibited in 1958 in Belgium, unfortunate folk from the Congo literally fed peanuts and bananas by visitors/ gawping twits. Thankfully it was shut down. But what the piece did not mention was the prior previous involvement of Belgium with the Congo. Astoundingly dire, of a huge scale, shameful and still to this day not fully acknowledged. To mention one but not the other leaves the listening public woefully underinformed.

https://www.historytoday.com/tim-stanley/belgiums-heart-darkness

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/long_reads/belgiums-genocidal-colonial-legacy-haunts-the-country-s-future-a7984191.html

Postscript : earlier at 5:35 pm bbc r4 ‘PM Programme’ we had a most odd adulatory intro to the Elon Musk Thai cave story, a whole load of how he is so clever, is saving the planet (!) etc  ….. some naive young girlie reporter really did demonstrate her inexperience. How does this material get past vetting or a dry ‘run-through’? My view as I near retirement is that I know more than these people, maybe less an IQ but at least some common sense. bbc r4 has mostly nearly always throughout the trump Presidency given him the benefit of the doubt and mostly never even reacted to trumps obvious lies, nonsense and bluster.

 

 

UK protests at trump – Liam Fox is wrong …

I’m sorry Mr Liam Fox but the modern day democratic countries that we live in here in the UK allow us to express our revulsion at a pip-squeak retarded man-baby that has done everything possible to insult, damage and render anxious all corners of society home and abroad, excepting of course those extreme regimes that he’s done everything possible to court. How much of this is Bannon and Stephen Miller, both of which it seems were present in the UK for trumps visit (a gut wrenching revelation for any UK citizen) and how much is Putins influence we’ll never quite know until he’s out of Office. For instance the complete year long NK Kim J-un fiasco was in my opinion an orchestrated charade to reach exactly the climax of meaningless handshakes in front of flags as it turned out to be.

trump deliberately is turning the clock back to the worst of the 1930’s and is hell bent on destroying all the well intentioned reforms of the intervening years. He wants to devalue and destroy and has deliberately gone after NATO, G7, The Paris Accord, Pacific Trade, NAFTA, everything and how clearly does it need to be spelled out that he is both Putins lapdog and an unusual case of mental disfunction. Liam Fox says ‘The President of the United States’ and how we should serve respect on this visit,  well show me him because it most certainly is not the ignorant easily fooled dotard with a nasty streak we saw visit the UK last week crowbarred in as the reality tv election outsider by Russian meddling (and a ridiculous Comey news flash re Hilarys emails days before the voting) …. funny that name ‘Fox’ …. matches the tv news outlet that puts a favourable spin on anything trump is liable to do.

I wonder, to why Liam Fox himself is so misguided and out of tune with current enlightened thinking and why his near worthless but certainly offensive utterance was given so much news time today Saturday here in the UK? Perhaps to indicate the quisling type mentality still pervading the elite? Like being at school again and having to show respect to some utterly useless waste of space teacher! There is nothing that trump has done that does not draw offence from decent folk either side of the Pond. He couldn’t even turn up in time for the Queen, then the poor woman having to try at ninety two to side step this monstrous obstacle, trumps face as usual in seventh heaven at any form of military inspection or parade. This illustrates how dumbed down trump and his world functions at, all gloss, gilt and zero substance, zero brains.  Praise yes where praise is due but at this level of hierachy damning criticism also where applicable. And all the expense of this visit and half of it turns into a holiday jaunt and promo event at his golf club! As all of his foreign jaunts have proven (apart from the Putin love-fest due on Monday) trump really does not see them as anything more than a shakey-hands good to see you shallow encounter when in fact such events would normally be the icing on the cake to seal lots of behind the scenes negotiation and diplomacy to effect some new accord or agreement.

Lucky he can be ‘turned around’ a little (thats of course as long as you are not treading on Putin territory) …. and the likes of Theresa May have the wit and aptitude to help him understand and realise some of what he does not comprehend, perhaps introducing real world seasoned reality instead of the over-deferential courtiers and sycophants that surround him at home. Its obvious that he allows the ‘wrong people’ to whisper in his ear at home, old white men of extreme wealth that want things back to the ‘good old days’ of obscene insulating wealth that in actual fact never existed for the ordinary person. Its how you look back at previous generations that marks your place in society, when I look back my ancestors had lives of uncertainty and hard work, its difficult to realise some people will look back and see meals prepared out of sight, fresh laundry in abundance, a driver to take them everywhere, men who garden for them. How else could the big old houses, townhouses, houses that circle the Park have originated!  The media and writers often portray the past with an unrealistic bias, as if a forcing house for a novel, an ogre for a father and a mother as distant and unhinged, surely to God in the nineteenth century there were some even keeled well adjusted rich folk? An aside, my apologies.

I worried about the floating inflatable, sure to offend and trump is not likely to take it in an ordinary manner, to my mind probably caused more trouble than realised, it will stick in his mind. Liam Foxs’ words need to be re-framed and taken a step further in that here is a unique never before seen President that whilst he is on our shores we can educate and inform of our position and of our conventional allies, DJT has a lot of catching up to do.   So we could say it all needs to be managed so our visitor does not see or face anything likely to cause offence, from this premise I can see what Liam Fox was trying to say. And its here where I have wandered into a contradiction of myself in that trump is so unhinged, so regressive, bombastic and hurtful and offensive to all free people that it cannot be allowed that he does not meet or see or hear of protest. Liam Fox says trump shouldn’t hear protestors, oh deary me …. well why should nervous anxious families be torn apart at the border ….  and the idea of ‘brown’ be taken back to the ‘old days’ …  healthcare pushed back to the bad old days, evil regimes courted, trade wars, Moslems framed as second class, world diversity denigrated ?

Liam Fox needs to think upon the increasing and needless militarisation of the USA, the needless dismantling of Obamacare, the refusal of refugees, the Border Wall fiasco (and its militarisation signalling trumps acceptance of climate change) EPA madness and destruction, networks ie G7 etc all touted as ‘useless’ the list is endless and trump is indefensible. For protest not to occur should be unthinkable.

Liam Fox made the inexcusable mistake of calling trump ‘the leader of the free world’ which is utter nonsense, that term having long been relinquished, his Inaugration Speech spelling out nothing but a degenerative nastiness and subsequently as evident from his methods, manners,  behaviour and actions. Hotelier and beauty pageant host does not make him leader of the free world. Witness how he deals with questions from CNN, unwarranted in his putdown and nastiness, even reserving venom for the BBC! At least they partly got their own back a few days before his UK arrival  in running the story of trump attending parties of four men with fifty wanna be models and some girls being underage.

On a broader view we seem to live in an age where increasingly high profile movers and shakers with the advantage of money seem not to realise the knowledge and hard won slow learned experience that is required for many aspects of this worlds activity whether its International Relations or making cars. ‘Doing stuff’ is harder than it looks and too much attention and value is placed on slick talk and the glib and shallow tweet. And from this we can say that many kids are being underinformed, its a modern curse, not being alerted as to how high the hurdles actually are.

Following from this we can see that the web and instant access to all manner of predominantly ‘simple facts’ can fool us to thinking we can know it all. Nothing can be further etc. As is proven with the fake President and Mr Musk thinking he can solve the cave rescue with a quick lash-up job, its the people at the sharp end with many years of developed knowledge and technique that are the masters of their craft; demonstrating its vital to realise …  ‘to know what we don’t know’.

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A map of natures reaction …

http://arctic-news.blogspot.com/2018/07/can-we-weather-the-danger-zone.html

Its three posts ago from arctic-news but this map I’ve pasted below is certainly worth contemplation and committing to memory, I find it stunning. Titled vulnerable carbon pools.

Here also we can find the same map, its in several sites across the web … http://cosmology.com/ClimateChange101.html

Also from Aug 2013 … https://www.sbs.com.au/news/comment-methane-and-the-risk-of-runaway-global-warming

I cannot get it to copy and paste and being an old geezer my instant reaction is draw it on paper, but taking pics and uploading is a chore for me now mostly. Recently its popped into my mind several times that drawing maps freehand would be a useful hobby for me and in fact for kids too … most are woefully ignorant of the shape of countries, location, the assemblage of the land masses. Something to draw you out of yourself and is not connected with money and also the pursuit of what I call an American style  ‘leisure lifestyle’  and sold to us as consumerism… create some quiet time, another version of a Tea Ceremony! Use an atlas in book form, no need for a screen for this one. Screens in fact are page specific likewise the material delivered by google, books in some or many instances can provide a so much broader and serependitious view ie you can leaf through the pages. Thank goodness I grew up in a pre-web age.

One thing I do miss about the pre-web days is how easy it was to stumble upon new things, for instance art in its various forms, architecture, sculpture, paintings, watercolours, sketches; thought made visible by clever and talented people.

Got it …..

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Its more than just a ‘map of the land’ my initial choice of ‘nature’ in the post title fits better as the change and disturbance of temperature means that the brown areas ie high altitude peatlands are in for a catastrophic awakening. Remember that methane exists in three forms, geological deposits, frozen hydrate and microbial action. But on reflection ‘reaction’ fits better as boy-o-boy these huge unpopulated land masses are most certainly going to react. Remember too the slowing down of transpiration of green growing things in reaction to increased CO2; diatoms / algae much affected (another converter out in the oceans)  reduced regeneration or new growth of trees due to water and heat stress and the myriad of self amplifying and interconnected amplifying interconnected feedback loops. Certainly the increasing desire for a meat based diet is wasteful of resources, too expensive ecologically and can be seen to lag fifty years as to what we should be doing nowadays. Its not easy to keep this to an intentional brief post as is the fashion these days. Thats why theres previous posts here to read through. I’m learning as I go …..

For instance to quote from http://www.sbs.com.au posted 2013  …

In 2010 a Russian marine survey conducted more than 5000 observations of dissolved methane showing that more than 80% of East Siberian shelf bottom waters and more than 50% of surface waters are supersaturated with methane. Atmospheric methane levels (during glacial periods: 300–400 parts per billion; during interglacial periods: 600–700 ppb) have recently reached 1850 ppb – the highest in 400,000 years (see Figure 2b)

Much food for thought and would have liked to think could prod for Governmental and worldwide action. The only country to pull out of the Paris Agreement, trump is an odd character to say the least, he needs enlightened influence, not the circle of courtiers and grim outdated lobbyists at present whispering to his ear. Likewise Elon Musk, if he’s as clever as he portrays he should forget about cars (EV are not that green in a full carbon audit anyway) and get into carbon capture. If trump turned on this and got climate change savvy it would be the greatest boost possible for the world to like him, its win-win for everyone.

 

 

postscript … re drawing maps freehand. People wouldn’t do it but they’d blow thousands jetting to places they needn’t go. I am very anti air flight, always have been.

also, just found UK Guardian on current heatwave  …. https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2018/jul/13/heatwave-sees-record-high-temperatures-set-around-world-this-week

https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2018/jul/13/disaster-half-a-million-hectares-of-forest-bulldozed-in-great-barrier-reef-catchment

https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2018/jun/20/senate-to-probe-great-barrier-reef-grant-of-444m-to-small-charity

 

 

Hedgerows are hit in the UK …

Tonight I was staggered at the dieback of common hedgerow trees here in north east England. I’d say minimum 5% of leaves are useless and more like 10% for oak and birch of dead and useless leaf cover and also say 50% look less than healthy, I would assume not able to do their job of transpiration and converting CO2 to O.  Is the distress species specific or merely the presence or absence of drains or watercourses that anyway are all now dried up and any moisture retreating downwards?  Theres a long time to go yet in this increasingly dry summer. So far I don’t think I’ve heard of hosepipe bans on the radio, the same medium ie UK national radio last week told us “There had been sufficient rain this spring”  …uhm … I beg to differ, its been mostly dry here all spring and any fool can tell the water table must be low. However the same bulletin did tell us we are a fortnight from ‘wilting’ of crops here in the UK (a week now) which of course farmers dread, it is disaster if is prolonged. Disaster as in ‘no product to sell’ no food for the populus.

It’ll also be a disaster if we get two or three years in a row like this, summer and the landscape in England will become so much different, our CO2 converters dwindling and man-made CO2 ever increasing, in turn feeding into all the multiple feedback loops, already we have the disappearance of arctic ice, methane in its three forms, jet stream modification, food production severely hampered etc etc all waiting in the wings so to speak. If medium size trees can’t survive then saplings won’t.

Theres BS at every turn, for instance I want to write a post later re Tesla cars, so much hype, so many adulatory trolls online yet a simple carbon audit reveals theres not much difference to conventional IC engine power, never mind the total hold up / inconvenience (and real / true cost) of a charging session and the very high initial purchase price and something that cannot or is not allowed to be fixed locally.  Think about mining for lithium, think about disposal of the batteries, theres not much green about it. The only ‘green car’ you’ll ever have is no car at all which is in fact the direction we need to be heading. Perhaps its fair to say that this planet cannot sustain our modern slick consuming lifestyles.

 

Its a multiple whammy …. we need herbage and trees for CO2 to O conversion as the former has risen to all time levels, something like 420ppm.  But the more CO2 rises the less transpiration and conversion is likely to occur, this is how growing things react and are reacting already, as if the plants and trees are working against us; a cross-over on the graph. Likewise plankton in the oceans, massive dieback but scientists are so quiet (and slow) on the subject. I say get some balls, use your wits and don’t wait two years for it to be peer reviewed.

Unless of course the plan is that weather modification comes to the rescue (and aluminium resistant Monsanto GM) …  not sure how as the moisture levels do not seem present to be able to conjure with in the cycle of water. I also wonder these last couple of days looking upward at what chemtrails are present above the blanket of grey?

How much of this leaf damage is from aluminium chemtrails?

The damage I observe is that say 50% of leaves look not healthy …  dull, curled, drying out …. a third or half of the leaf turned a light brown and crumbles at touch. Ten percent of leaves most definitely dead or useless.

I’ve also wondered about the quality of the light this year, it feels harsh, more intense. I’ve read elsewhere that the layers of the atmosphere of which there are many (well researched and have specific names) are undergoing a change. Yet ANOTHER of the multiple changes that are in feedback mode both upon themselves and influencing all manner of other natural feedback systems.

Aluminium from chemtrails is a problem that organic growers know fine well is destroying them. And we know that when chemtrails are aired on mainstream tv a lot is done to bundle it up with erroneous ‘controversy theory’ and ‘mind control’ and other wacky garbage so as to ridicule people such as myself that attempt to raise the matter. Its a big wall of disinformation that has to be scaled to see at the truth, few people bother. As detailed and linked many posts previously a Fisheries Biologist with a lifetimes experience can state with fact that aquatic insect life in west USA streams and rivers hardly exists …. a total collapse. You can no longer fish for trout.

And thinking about it, who actually walks a country lane these days, very very few if practically anyone. Except me….

 

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UK hedgerows are in trouble

 

My friend is without bees …

He’s deep in good countryside too, but admittedly farmed the modern way and mostly set to production. An environment in some areas of the UK which can be most sterile for buzzing pollen-collecting insects. He has lots of valerian, dianthus and things that should attract bees, but to what extent do local farmers spray?

Bees were hard to find earlier in the year, these last few days I get lots so maybe other locations are not providing sufficient pollen? Moths are certainly in a big decline, next to nothing enters the open kitchen window after dark, whereas thirty years ago and less they were actually a ‘nuisance’. Its thought bees are suffering from the aluminium from chemtrails, likewise aquatic life in streams and rivers.

Yet here this morning fifteen miles from him in my own garden the place is thankfully  a-buzz with buzzing things (and they ain’t mobile phones)  … various forms of bee, loving what I have to offer in this garden. Luckily a small colony of bees have been occupying one of the birdboxes on my rear house wall for maybe a year; last year I was so lucky to see the queen fly-in her flightless (workers?) one by one carrying them  ‘piggyback’ from the perennial border seven yards away.

When I look around this small estate I can see neighbours are challenged at reaching a better level of abundance for bees and suchlike. Elsewhere as I drive around the dreaded gravel and block paving slowly but surely creeps onto what were once flower bearing gardens. Does it not dawn on them “What the flip is there here for bees” ?

Even in a small bed at my front lawn which catches the sun, say five square yards …

Campanula 4ft erect form just starting.

Hebe white form 2-1/2 ft domed shrub as usual the main attraction. Easy from cuttings which I took deliberately as it is so attractive to bees.

Lambs tongue also v good for bees, its dry but this is thriving.

Cranesbill.

At rear right now  ….

Roses at their best (late this year).

Monkshood just starting.

Canterbury bells well into flowering.

(Foxglove receding) yet D Sibirica at its best right now ie useful to bees.

What could be done and isn’t is the staggered cutting of municipal areas so that clover can be allowed to flower, daisies ditto, smaller flying things love them. This is an obvious and simple boost for bees yet seemingly beyond the Authorities to embrace such a boon. Particularly appropriate in this dry year as a taller leafier growth might well cope with drought better. Short cropped and hence non-fflowering clover is no help to anyone or anything.

How come I can do this sort of  ‘thinking’  yet all around me theres little of it ??

 

 

 

Sometimes I think I should produce a booklet of how to build a garden like mine. It would save people time and money, put my experience directly into their hands. Put into permanent form something which will die with me.

For books I suggest the 3 volume ‘Readers Digest’ from the 1960’s, beautiful in every way. Looking quickly at my shelves, favourites are and you will enjoy these if you respond to the written word as I do and appreciate writers of breadth, sensitivity and insight.

Roy Genders ‘The Cottage Garden’.

Gerorge M Taylor ‘The Little Garden’

Graham Stuart Thomas ‘Climbing Roses Old and New’

RHS ‘Some Good Garden Plants’

And a most delightful treatment of various gardens developed after war had ravaged  London, a little quirky to our so-called modern eyes but tremendously attractive and worthwhile … Lady Allen and Susan Jellicoe ‘The New Small Garden’ pub by The Architectural Press. Theres a modern re-work of this title as a tribute to the original, equally a worthwhile purchase.

Its ‘funny’ about garden writers, the latest is always the one we see yet those that have passed away were in their day equally good but are now obscured, harder to find and to perhaps to such an extent as if they have no value. This is shameful.  A case in point being ‘Flowers of the Field’ by Rev C A Johns, a suprising, touching and co-incidental quote that was read at the gathering for my aunties funeral a few years ago. A favourite book of mine, well illustrating how much we have lost in the amount of information seemed appropriate.

So you see, for a small spend one could say far less than the expense of a mid priced meal out for two,  you can educate yourself, enter the mind and outlook of another person of accomplishment and benefit from their efforts. Its all pre-digital and we have lost something in the meantime. Theres a line from a poem that I think is valuable … “I want to be as our fathers were in the days before we were born.” Indeed, each generation accumulates practice, insight, developed ability but often it is cast away.

 

Beekeepers fear the ‘June gap’ …  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/June_Gap

Here below is a miscellany from earlier years …. around 2013 in my own garden. As with most things here it is seed raised or cuttings from other gardens I’ve worked in. Seed collecting now being a fun activity through summer. Likewise seed distribution in areas other than my own garden, supermarket waste area, a couple of public parks, a layby (to think of my first beagle on his last outing thirteen years ago) also a reclaimed landfill site. Nothing is introduced to well set and established ‘real countryside’.  Oh yes and as you drive south over the W Bridge there are three distinct groups of yellow flag iris early June, all my own handiwork, scattered say ten years ago.

 

 

 

 

Below are wilder areas beyond my own garden that having browsed B file a few minutes ago cannot help but want to add to this page. Something like 6k images online and half a million words built as a form of ‘electronic headstone’ and at its peak I was taking / collecting 30k items a year inc mvi.  Now theres little photography if any at all, though might have a go at pinhole; my wife a quiet woman provided a framework for me to pursue such things, this is the third summer without her, life changes. It also means I cook and launder and it all takes time, happily enough!

 

 

 

I collected a couple of hundred of these pics and had them bound into a hardback book (easy low cost resources available online) so that my auntie well into her nineties could see my life and what interests me. She loved it, meaning so much more than words could ever convey; in a way it got her out of the house for an hour, she had long since ceased to watch tv.

 

 

 

Nothing then an orgy …

This morning I stupidly slept in and at 0800 the sky had gone quite bizarre with chemtrails much dispersed, an hour later the usual heavy handed grey mess. At 0800 to the east was a most peculier dense bank of non-natural brown tinged low cloud, note the brown tinge.

These last couple of days I had strangely been hoping FOR a little chemtrail activity to take the glare and heat out of the relentless clear blue sky. Admittedly ‘the glass’ is dropping, my new toy of a recording barograph helping me on this.

Its been a week of bright blue sky, better to be kept out from mostly and prior it was a say five day run of chemtrails every teatime, being so very obvious.

A week ago on the radio a specialist adviser told us farmers thought we had a fortnight before ‘wilting’ would adversely affect crops. Its been obvious to me that contrary to the statement that sufficient rain had fallen this year (NO …. not where I live) it has been a dry spring one of several here in the north east UK. Surely the water table must be horrribly low. I’m an observant gardener, the impending drought is obvious, I am observant in many things but I don’t know what the reason is but most people seem blind to what they see around them (ie chemtrails) or the reactions of plants, bees, insect life etc  …. maybe four generations of tv and endless mobile phone usage has fried their brains. And maybe they would never be much into these things anyway, my own life and work has been different thats for sure. Few people enter the countryside and even fewer can ‘read’ what they see or put names scientific or otherwise to plants. There was a flurry of car ownership in the 1960’s – 90’s when a ‘drive out into the countryside’ was popular but now I think things digital has captured their attention, too many mesmerising toys to play with. I think it was Aldous Huxley that predicted that we would fritter our time away with  new-tech gadgets and playthings.

Here below is my basic chemtrail checklist.

To get a handle on this chemtrail problem…….

non-fading aircraft trails

fast morphing and obstruction of clear skies

forming an overall haze

what should be a bright blue ‘high pressure day’ ruined

Also be aware organic growers are suffering most definitely, aluminium promotes disease and malformed growth. Bees are being destroyed by it, developing dementia.