Giant Sequoias Struggling

August 18, 2015

By Suzanne Maher

Giant Sequoias are struggling.  Every year a geological survey is taken of 17,000 sequoias.  In recent years 2% of the trees have died, this has now increased to 13% a year with many of them losing as much as half of their leaves.

Aluminum which is a volatile compound, is a desiccant, and which is expressly mentioned in the geonengineering patents and found in labratory samples, needs to be addressed and discussed.

This video ONLY speaks of drought,  geoengineering has to be factored into the equation.

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Giant Sequoias Struggling