Scientists call on Obama to stop chem-spray
July 20, 2010
Human Rights Examiner
Thanks to Niara.
“National and international professional and public outcry must be heard through halls of the White House to immediately stop chem-spraying in the Gulf of Mexico region and globally.” – Deborah Dupre’, B.Sci., MA.Sci., D.C.E., QMHP
“[B]y dispersing the oil throughout the water column, this practice is making it impossible to recover the dispersed oil at the surface while plumes of the dispersed oil remain at depth, entering the food chain at many levels where it will bioaccumulate as it moves up the food chain. Dispersing the oil means more of it will likely travel with prevailing currents to destinations downstream, including Cuba, Mexico, the Florida Keys, and the eastern seaboard of the United States.” – Scientists Consensus Statement on the Use of Dipersants in the Gulf of Mexico, David E. Guggenheim, Ph.D.
Over 100 scientists and academic institution, research laboratory, conservation organization leaders plus human rights defenders from as far away as Norway and Greece signed the Scientists Consensus Statement on the Use of Chemical Dispersants in the Gulf of Mexico calling for the Obama Administration to immediately halt chemical aerial spraying in the Gulf region. A public petition to end dispersant use is also gaining momentum.
Non-consensual human experiementation
Scientists expressing grave concern about the unprecedented aerial spraying of chemical dispersants in the Gulf of Mexico region believe a large-scale, uncontrolled non-consensual human and environmental experiment is being conducted in the Gulf region according to reports sent to the writer including one from the “Ocean Doctor” David E. Guggenheim, Ph.D.
Guggenheim is president of 1planet1ocean, a project of The Ocean Foundation of which he is a Senior Fellow.
“Corexit aerial sprayed is one of the most toxic dispersants and one of the least effective on Louisiana crude oil,” states Guggenheim.
“The mixture of Corexit and oil represents an even greater threat as the toxic effects are magnified according to independent scientists and researchers,”
Guggenheim is inviting more scientists to support the immediate halt of the chemical spraying.
“The dispersant-oil mixture is killing marine wildlife, including dolphins, whales and fish, while also causing a range of serious human health effects to those who have been exposed,” reads part of the statement that 1plant1ocean is calling more scientists to sign. (Emphasis added)
The statement calls on the “Obama Administration, including the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, to immediately halt the use of chemical dispersants in the Gulf of Mexico.”
Gathering more evidence with NBC
Sunday, Guggenheim and Dr. Susan Shaw, Director of the Marine Environmental Research Institute, Blue Hill, Maine, were out on a boat in the Gulf region taking water, oyster and fish samples for analysis.
“We are especially interested in analysis of the toxic effects of the mixture of dispersant and oil,” stated Guggenheim.
An NBC camera crew was with the two scientists and Guggenheim says it will soon be airing its reports.
Guggenhem recently interviewed Shaw on his Ocean Doctor radio program archived at http://www.oceandoctor.org/the-deadly-truth-about-dispersants-in-the-gulf-the-ocean-doctor-on-webtalkradio-net/
Military-Corporate Aerial Spraying Agenda
The BP-military Gulf of Mexico catastrophe results from what is called ENMOD, “Environmental modification techniques”. ENMOD refers to any technique for changing – through deliberate manipulation of natural processes – the dynamics, composition or structure of the Earth, including its biota, lithosphere, hydrosphere and atmosphere, or of outer space. (Convention on the Prohibition of Military or Any Other Hostile Use of Environmental Modification Techniques, United Nations, Geneva: 18 May 1977 cited in What are environmental modification techniques? Human Rights info 101, Dupre, Examiner, Dec. 6. 2009)
Chemical aerial spraying, also called “chemtrailing,” is technically called Stratospheric Aerosol Geoengineering (SAG). Geoengineering, the artificial modification of the earth’s climate systems, is an environment modification (ENMOD) science for “deliberate manipulation of natural processes – the dynamics, composition or structure of the Earth, including its biota, lithosphere, hydrosphere and atmosphere, or of outer space that can be applied as a weapon of mass destruction.” This is being applied in the Gulf of Mexico region by both drilling into the earth floor, pouring chemicals into the hole, and the ongoing chemical aerial spraying.
Geoengineer projects range from declassified experimentation, such as dumping particles into oceans to attract algae that sequesters carbon and theoretically slows global warming, to highly classified experimentation, such as aerosol spraying according to Professor Michel Chossudovsky.
In a Febraury, 2010 Examiner article focusing on geoengineering, the writer quoted Michel Chossudovsky:
…environmental manipulations as part of a military agenda, while formally acknowledged by official government documents and the US military, has never been considered relevant… Military analysts are mute on the subject. Meteorologists are not investigating the matter, and environmentalists are strung on global warming and the Kyoto protocol.” (Michel Chossudovsky, Environmental Modification Techniques (ENMOD) and Climate Change, Global Research, December 5, 2009; Also see D. Dupre, A gory truth about climate change mind control, Examiner, December 6, 2009)
The 1planet1ocean intitative has local and global relevance to exposing the military environmental manipulations to reach the Pentagon’s stated goal of “Full Spectrum Dominance.” To resist this untoward military goal, unity is needed.
Solidarity is urgently needed with people being aerially sprayed with chemicals not only in the Gulf of Mexico region, but throughout the planet. If anything positive can emerge from the crime against humanity being perpetrated in the Gulf of Mexico Region, perhaps it will be the strengthening of the human family in its struggle to end aerial chemical spraying.
Deborah Dupre’ is an Examiner from the National Edition. You can see Deborah’s articles at: “http://www.Examiner.com/x-10438-Human-Rights-Examiner”