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Tennessee Bans the Release of Airborne Chemicals; It Is California's Turn To Do the Same

Tennessee lawmakers have passed a bill banning the release of airborne chemicals.

The bill forbids "intentional injection, release, or dispersion" of chemicals into the air.

The bill includes all weather modification techniques including cloud seeding, which increases rainfall over specific areas.



There is no question in our minds that everything that goes up must come down. The chemicals that are knowingly and willingly injected into the atmosphere to control the weather or the climate, including cloud seeding techniques or chemtrails dispersed from airplanes surely affect our health.

We applaud Tennessee lawmakers for prohibiting all chemicals in the air may affect

  • temperature,

  • weather, or

  • the intensity of the sunlight.


This new bill will go into effect on 1 July after Tennessee's governor Bill Lee (R) signs it.


We are tired of being lied to for decades. We are tired of being treated as if we are all IDIOTS!


All that which is labeled as conspiracy theories turn out to be true. Geoengineering is "controversial" even among highly respected climate scientists due to uncertainty of its usefulness and the probable unintended outcomes. The opponents of geoengineering include John Coleman, founder of the Weather Channel, and Patrick Moore, co-founder of Greenpeace.


We hope sincerely that all weather modification activities will be soon forbidden at the federal level and nationwide.

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