Our Dead and Dying Trees – HEAVY METALS
OUR DEAD AND DYING TREES
By Rosalind Peterson
July 22, 2007
Many trees have died or are in the process of dying in large areas across the United States, in Alaska, and WORLDWIDE What is triggering such a broad decline and die-off response to entire suites of plant and tree communities?
In forestlands, in public parks, along rivers and streams, in watered areas, golf courses, or on private property, our trees are showing signs of major health problems or dying in record numbers. In some areas the majority of trees have died and left entire watersheds in jeopardy.
Trees are being cut down in record numbers across the United States without anyone doing the studies to determine why these trees are dying and what is causing this problem. Fires are burning hotter and are more devastating since the late 1980s.
Air pollution, white haze, climate change, increasing UV radiation, higher humidity caused persistent jet contrails, jet fuel emissions, lack of sunlight from persistent aging contrails or climate change produced by persistent jet contrails? There are over 50+ weather modification programs ongoing, according to NOAA records, in the United States. What impact does this chemical manipulation of our weather have on the regional micro-climates that are needed for tree, plant, and agricultural crop health?
Global dimming and the persistent contrails, that produce man-made clouds, has serious impacts on crop production. A recent corn crop study in Illinois shows that cloud cover reduces corn crop production while direct sunlight increases production.
The dead and dying trees, dead branches, impacted shrubs and bushes is turning some of our forests into torches when touched by fire.
Aluminum, is increasingly being found in required water samples taken by local water districts, and
Charles Little notes in his book notes: ï¿½As it happens, aluminum is a common constituent of forest soils almost everywhere, but it is locked up in aluminum silicates, and in this compound form is not available to tree and other plants, and therefore is no danger to them. But after the acid rains came the silicates ARE broken down, and the aluminum is freed to be taken up by trees and plants. The metal kills the roots first. This means that trees can no longer absorb and transport needed nutrients, such as phosphate, calcium, and magnesium-essential fertilizers that are themselves leached away from the soil should by acid deposition. The trees are weakened and are invaded by insects or pathogens or succumb to extremes of weather-or all of the above, in which case they die
Why is the rain here on the acidic side of the scale?
We also have a loss of pollinators and bees in the United States which is also detrimental to plants and trees, especially to agricultural fruit trees and crops. Chemically based weather modification programs, persistent jet contrails, that raise humidity and changing micro-climates, is disrupting tree and plant health across the United States and causing a decline in pollination by reducing the number of pollinators, like bees. Persistent jet contrails also reduces the amount of direct sunlight reaching the earth thereby reducing the photosynthesis process that is need for all plants and trees to grow properly and produce agricultural crops.
Tremendous numbers of trees are in decline or dead, not only in the United States but around the world.
IT IS TIME TO FIND OUT WHY OUR TREES ARE STRESSED AND UNABLE TO RESIST PESTS AND PATHOGENS!
Sadly, Rosalind did NOT know our alleged represetatives DO NOT represent us. She thought we had a representative government, which we DO NOT. If she had ONLY known that part of our reality she would likely have not recommended we, “CONTACT YOUR LOCAL, STATE AND FEDERAL REPRESENTATIVES. ASK THEM TO AUTHORIZE AIR, TREE, WATER, AND SOIL TESTING. We need answers to the questions not just be told to wait, watch our trees die and then be cut or burned down by forest fires”.
Rosalind Peterson’s tireless work, and her website Agriculture Defense
Rosalind Peterson — Our Dead and Dying Trees – July 22, 2007
Kincade Fire – Ignited
in Sonoma County Wine Country in Northern California
ONLY one of MANY Fires
The cause of the fire remains under investigation but there was a possibility that electrical equipment belonging to Pacific Gas & Electric (aka Rothschild) was involved.
The utility had switched off power to prevent fires from starting but it didn’t de-energize a transmission tower near where the fire started. The fire started at the World’s Largest Geothermal Plant (Calpine) which was targeted by directed energy weapons.
NOTE: The evidence was discovered on the fire alert tracking camera system and shown in this video.
New shut-offs to affect 605,000 customer accounts in 29 counties: PG&E said the next round of shutoffs coming on Tuesday and Wednesday will affect up to 605,000 customers in 29 counties. In the same announcement, they said that of the 970,000 customers they cut off power to over the weekend, they’ve restored 325,000 of them, or 34%.
CHP releases updated list of Sonoma County road closures: California Highway Patrol reports the following roadways are closed due to the Kincade Fire:
Track smoke from several Northern California fires: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration officials tweeted a short video of the smoke captured by a satellite.
Red flag warnings issued for Tuesday morning, afternoon: The National Weather Service said red flag warnings for the North Bay will go into effect at 8 a.m. Tuesday, 1 p.m. in the East Bay and 1 p.m. in the Santa Cruz mountains and San Francisco Peninsula Coast. All warnings are expected to expire at 4 p.m. Wednesday. Red flag warnings indicate extreme fire behavior.
PG&E cut off power to more people than planned: PG&E officials said they had expected to shut off power to 940,000 customers as a precautionary measure to stop equipment from sparking deadly and destructive fires. The company on Monday said it actually shut off power to about 960,000 customers.
Two people reported missing: Two missing people were reported to the Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office, according to the California Highway Patrol’s Golden Gate Division.
Vallejo lifts water restriction: Vallejo city officials lifted a restriction on water use after PG&E officials helped deliver a 4,160-volt generator capable of powering a city water pumping complex. “Sufficient raw water is being pumped into the Vallejo Water System for treatment,” city officials said in a statement. “Residents did a phenomenal job conserving water, dropping use from 16.8 million to 12 million gallons of water used in a 24-hour period.”
Smoke across Bay Area expected to get worse Monday: The stinging smoke that greeted Bay Area residents Monday morning is going to get worse, according to the National Weather Service. With the heavy winds that rolled across the region dying down, smoke from the Kincade Fire in Sonoma County and the Glen Cove Fire in Vallejo is heading into the central Bay Area and lingering, Smoke from the Grizzly Fire at Grizzly Island near Suisun City is also contributing to the accumulation. “Unfortunately, it looks like the whole Bay Area will see more smoke later this afternoon and this evening,” said Spencer Tangen, a National Weather Service meteorologist. “You’ll be able to smell it, taste it and see it.”
Smoke harming air quality in Bay Area: Much of Sonoma is experiencing unhealthy air quality as smoke from the Kincade Fire hovers over the region. East Bay air quality has also deteriorated; a monitor in Concord, last updated at midnight, shows the air at the “unhealthy for sensitive groups” level. A Spare the Air alert is in effect for the region Monday.