Pennsylvania State, USA
GeoEngineering methods release hazardous substances into our atmosphere including unnatural electromagnetic radiation pollution and other toxic agents like aluminum and sulfur dioxide, contributing to severe health problems that threaten people, especially children, birds, bees, wildlife and all of nature.
Ban Geoengineering / Weather Modification in Pennsylvania!
This includes cloud seeding, aerial pesticides, and releases of ionizing radiation, nanometals, sulfuric compounds, biologicals, and other atmospheric hazards.
What you can do:
*Send a letter to your legislators at: https://zerogeoengineering.com/take-action-usa/
*Call Pennsylvania legislators. Urge them to support health and safety and environmental health legislation to HALT GeoEngineering, cloud seeding and weather modification activities.
A sample phone message appears below.
- Learn the facts about the science of GeoEngineering at https://zerogeoengineering.com/ and share this knowledge with others.
- Connect with local people who support a ban on Geoengineering.
Sample phone message: (Please keep calls on point and professional)
“Good Morning / Afternoon, This is __________[NAME] calling from ______[Municipality] to urge Senator_________ (or Representative) ________ to support health and safety legislation to BAN GeoEngineering and outlaw its nuclear, chemical, biological and electromagnetic pollutants. We need this law to protect people, animals, birds, pollinating insects, plants and property from weather modification and GeoEngineering hazards. We need this legislation immediately.
I look forward to receiving a written response in support of legislation to prohibit weather modification and GeoEngineering pollution releases and emissions, for a clean atmosphere.
The Pennsylvania Declaration of Rights in the Pennsylvania Constitution has established the people’s right to clean air and water:
“The people have a right to clean air, pure water, and to the
preservation of the natural, scenic, historic and esthetic
values of the environment. Pennsylvania’s public natural
resources are the common property of all the people,
including generations yet to come. As trustee of these
resources, the Commonwealth shall conserve and maintain
them for the benefit of all the people.
PA. CONST. art. I, § 27 (the “Environmental Rights Amendment”).
Senator John DiSanto 717-787-6801
Representative Michael Carroll 717-787-3589
Representative Ed Pashinski, 717-783-0686
Representative Sid Kavulich, Taylor, PA office-570-562-2350,
toll free 1-877-295-4937; Carbondale, PA 570-282-1335
Senator McGarrigle, (717) 787-1350; (610) 853-4100
Representatives Charlton (717) 787-1248, (610) 544-9878
Representative Santora (717) 783-8808; (610) 789-2695
Representative Bullock (215) 684-3738; (717) 787-3480
Representative Comitta, (717) 705-2075; (610) 696-4990
Senator Killion, (717 787-4712; (610) 436-3320
Senator Dinniman, (717) 787-5709; (610) 692-2112
Senator Folmer, (717) 787-5708; (717) 274-6735
Senator Tomlinson (717) 787-5072; (215) 638-1784
Senator Greenleaf, (717) 787-6599; (215) 657-7700
Senator Yaw (717) 787-3280; (570) 322-6457
Representative Snyder (717) 783-3797
Representative Davis (717) 783-1018
Representative Maher (717) 783-1522
Representative McNeill (717) 772-9902
Representative Deasy (717) 772-8187
Representative Harris (717) 787-7172
Link To Efficient formation of stratospheric aerosol for climate engineering by emission of condensible vapor from aircraft
GeoEngineering Footprints in Pennsylvania:
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