Look Up

PRESENTED BY: West Seattle Meaningful Movies
7:00 PM, Saturday, October 3, 2015 PST
Location: West Seattle, WA (click for map)

This film examines the topics of GeoEngineering, SRM (Solar Radiation Management) and Weather Modification. The documentary is unique and important in that it discloses the government’s covert use of deadly and dangerous geo-engineering practices, which attempt to reduce global warming. Geo-engineering is the artificial modification of the Earth’s climate systems through Solar Radiation Management (SRM) and Carbon Dioxide Removal (CDR). The documentary provides scientific commentary about the toxic effects of such  programs on human life and their increasing negative impact on eco-systems and weather patterns. Look Up promotes grass roots activism and inspires public awareness through the integration of a mobile app and social media. You not only become informed during the film, with the APP you can become an active participant in petitioning Congress and Senators to “out” the covert activities and stop the poisoning of our air, water and soil through SRM interventions.


Release Year: 2013

Running Time: 45

Director: George Barnes

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  1. Alessandra
    #1 Alessandra 16 October, 2015, 12:31

    Happy Birthday to your Great Aunt! She is a hoot! I loved watching the video and hneairg about the fun times she had dancing. She reminds me of my own Grandma who just passed away almost a month ago at 90. Your Great Aunt was quite a beauty too — love those photos at the top of the post. 🙂

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