Maui Chemtrail/Geoengineering Symposium
May 5, 20122
Curious and concerned Maui residents gathered at The Studio Maui in Ha’iku on Friday, April 27, for the Maui Chemtrail/Geoengineering Symposium, a presentation about a hot topic in some circles–the alleged dispersal of poisonous chemicals in Maui County skies.
For those who are unaware of the now mainstream subject of “chemtrails,” it seems a growing number of people on Maui and beyond believe that various organizations (both private and governmental) have been–or soon will be–spraying harmful chemicals (chemtrails) in the atmosphere without permission with the stated intention of trying to hinder global warming. Some even think that these “geoengineers” are actually altering the weather for far more dire purposes.
It has been reported that scientists claim that these geoengineering programs have not yet been implemented and are still only in the planning stages for experimentation, but some island residents are convinced that credible evidence suggests otherwise, and that they have already taken effect in places like Maui County.
The symposium was led by Bruce Douglas, the originator of the Maui Clean Sky Ordinance bill currently under review by Maui County Councilmember Ellie Cochran, a stalwart supporter of bills of this nature.
The proposed ordinance states that the people of the County of Maui recognize that geoengineers have proposed the global disbursement of aerosols and other particulates into the atmosphere for the stated goal of reversing the effects of global warming and cooling the planet.
Supporters of the bill want geoengineers to notify and gain approval from the county with an environmental impact statement before spraying anything related to climate manipulation in Maui County skies.
Douglas said his goal is to get 10 percent of the island’s population, around 15,000 people, to support the ordinance by signing his circulating petition.
After speaking a little bit about the issues at hand, Douglas handed the microphone to Michael Murphy, producer of “What in the World Are They Spraying,” the film that boosted the hype about chemtrail theories.
[hat tip: TheIntelHub.com]