By Aaron Kesel
Residents in Okanogan County, Washington are outraged after pilots flying United States Navy aircraft created a graphic drawing of a giant penis in the sky as an elaborate prank. The Naval Air Station Whidbey Island said one of their aircraft was involved in the incident apologizing to those offended by the stunt, CBS KREM 2 reported.
Pictures sent to KREM 2 by multiple sources show sky drawings of penises spanned across the sky created using aerosols. This sent Twitter into an uproar as several images went viral showing the acts of “art.” The concept of sky drawings has been going on for decades, often used for proposals or special events or in the case of 2012 to send a message. Yesterday, pilots or a single pilot of the Naval Air Station in Whidbey Island sent another type of message, drawing a giant penis. But was it just a prank, or are they trying to highlight the use of chemicals sprayed in the air above?
— Adam Gessaman (@adamrg) November 17, 2017
The most monumental thing to happen in omak. A penis in the sky pic.twitter.com/SM8k1tNYaj
— Anahi Torres (@anahi_torres_) November 16, 2017
One woman, the news agency said, complained about the images, stating that she was upset she might have to explain to her young children what the drawings meant.
But what she should really be upset about is the use of aerosol chemicals sprayed on the population that she and her kids are breathing in, not a horrible rendition of a male’s sexual organ. This comes as the U.S. House of Representatives has announced a probe into geoengineering to discuss future research and whether the Trump administration should allocate funding to programs. A previous U.S. Senate in 1966 also investigated geoengineering, issuing a report on their findings of previous past experiments which often involved cloud seeding with dry ice, which later evolved into spraying chemicals for the purpose of weather modification through controlling hurricanes.
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As the U.S. Senate warned at the time, there may be unknown lurking dangers to humans, livestock, and agriculture from spraying these chemicals, which many believe are now for the purpose of “Solar radiation management.” But as I detailed on Steemit in a previous article, the history of geoengineering is quite vast going back as far as the 1940s in various operations. For more on that you can read my research.
— AKilluminati (AK)? (@An0nKn0wledge) September 1, 2017
As Gizmodo also points out, geoengineering “could be” a disaster for astronomy. However, what Gizmodo doesn’t note is that this has been going on for quite some time. The scenario of “could be” is now in the present form of happening, and continues to spur debate.
No one has been named for the giant penis prank but the perpetrators of the joke are expected to face harsh discipline for their misconduct.
“The Navy holds its aircrew to the highest standards and we find this absolutely unacceptable, of zero training value and we are holding the crew accountable,” a Navy statement given to the news publication stated.
REM 2 spoke to the Federal Aviation Administration to get some information about who might have concocted the drawings.
FAA officials told KREM that because the act posed no safety risk, there is nothing they can do. Adding they “cannot police morality.”
You can view and sign the petition to the White House to stop unregulated dangerous geoengineering now.