Author Archives: C. A. Weaver

About C. A. Weaver

Christopher Allan Weaver lives in Southern California. By profession, he is a technical editor and holds an A.S. degree in technical writing from North Shore Community College, Beverly, MA, and a B.A. degree in Organizational Management from the Master's University. At year's end 2011, Christopher retired as staff editor with California Institute of Technology onsite at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, CA, working as both employee and contractor for about 18 years. Currently, Christopher is a website designer, website administrator, and blogger for several California websites. Overall, he has over 30 years of editing, documentation, photography and graphic design skills.

Global Warming Extremism Investigated

In recent months, some global warming advocates, who’ve invested heavily in their agendas, have gone to new extremes demanding that skeptics be thrown in jail. When extremists of any kind stick their necks out too far, however, they themselves become … Continue reading

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Santa Clarita Water Division Informed on Geoengineering

I had the privilege to give the opening remarks  at 6 P.M. tonight for about 15 minutes to the Santa Clarita Water Division’s (SCWD) Retail Operations Committee, that graciously allowed public comments at the beginning of their meeting.  The committee … Continue reading

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Getting enough fiber?

Trendy California nutritionists insist we need to eat more fiber, but is all fiber good for us? While food fiber is, not all fiber is food. Nevertheless, we may be eating it whether we realize it or not. Fibers are … Continue reading

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Processed Clouds

None of the clouds in this post is natural. Just like food-like food, these are cloud-like clouds. They are all man-made, processed. Processed clouds result from plumes emitted by jet aircraft or some other method such as ship-launched missiles from … Continue reading

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Fresh aerosol for a hot spring day

Today begins a series of images documenting chemtrail activity in the skies of California. This post shows images taken this morning, April 29, 2014, 7:15am, from a rooftop looking southwest using a Nikon D-80 DSLR with 18-135mm zoom lens. Captions … Continue reading

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