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We who know what is going on need to walk our talk and actually do something that will stop them in their tracks. Are you willing to stay home from work, stop being connsumate consumers, boycott airlines, speak truth to power?? Until we are, they will forge ahead with their deadly agenda and we won’t matter a single bit! We are a growing number and must find a way to stop this now. Will you keep your kids home from school? They play outdoors at recess as if nothing is going on. So many are lethargic and sick. Will you cancel your vacations and refuse to fly? Will you stay home on black Friday. Will you stop spraying your weeds and using Round Up? Will you speak at public functions and organize information or movie events. Adjusting the acidity of your personal garden is only the smallest of Band-Aids. Where do we draw the line at what we are willing to do to save our families, future generation…our planet??? I ask these questions of myself as well and it is time to step up the game and be what human beings are meant to be. We don’t need any more pictures or proof or documents. Its all right there in our faces. We need action and it has to be now!

Reply michael Hendershot says: November 18, 2014 at 11:04 am

Heavy trails this morning over Southwestern California at 06:30 more so than any morning I have seen in weeks… the blue sky is obsured now and hazy… they are up to something this morning watch-elements-rid-0.html. cloned swiss replica watches here on the West coast… ?

Reply South Canterbury Sky Watch says: October 10, 2014 at 6:42 am

Incredible goings ons all around the globe. This isnt snow, but very close to it. This was a hail storm that hit my hometown last week (Oct 2014) and as i say at the end of the video… UNUSUAL.

Reply Tracy Stevens says: April 14, 2014 at 4:32 am

Most of us know whats going on so why cant we stop this? All the theories about why doesn’t matter-it needs to be stopped Power to Us People

Reply Gene Maynard says: March 27, 2014 at 5:48 pm

Someone tell me if I’m misinterpreting the facts. This morning around 11am it seemed really cold. Everyone was talking about how cold it was. The wind chill had to be below freezing. It hurt to stand in the wind very long.I had placed a thermometer outside that was in direct sunlight. I noticed it read 88 degrees. The effect of wind chill is only noticed on humans and animals and not on inanimate objects. Does this not prove the cold is simply super cold air brought in from the arctic region to mask the true heat from the suns UVB rays?

Reply Danny says: March 21, 2014 at 1:31 pm

Hi everyone. This whole thing is about depopulation and making the certain few that are involved very rich and control also. Look up Doomsday seed vaults. Lots of information there on who has a huge hand in this if you don’t know already. Also check out Alan Watts geoengineering You Tube. Google this also…. How to Kill Chemtrails You Tube.

Acid for your gardens will help them. Not too much though. Either dilute a bit of bleach with a lot of water and pour it on the ground and not directly on the plant.

You can use Vinegar also. Not too much. Dilute it well. Experiment with it. The PH has to be right for something to survive.

This stuff they are spraying is making everything way too alkaline.

Good luck

Google them Vids

Reply Steve B. says: March 9, 2014 at 12:43 am

If you had a trillion dollars and the best technology and a sinister mind yes you could.

Reply Steve B. says: March 9, 2014 at 12:41 am

We are supposed to contact the politicians and they are supposed to give us answers. If they don’t they are removed from office. You people I can see in six months. They sprayed some shit in the town about 40 miles from here about 12,000 people and they all froze. I don’t know what the hell is going on. “Kids you want pizza” I would wish that everyone “EVERYONE” stop going to work and stop everything until we get some answers, because we aren’t getting any answers at all. You people realize if Japan gets another earthquake the USA is done. We’ll be hit with a huge radiation plume and understand it doesn’t make one bit of difference. The difference is weather you get precipitation that brings that shit down on you.

Reply Whozy Whatsit says: March 8, 2014 at 4:02 pm

I’ve been watching chemtrail spraying since I noticed it over Wright-Pat AFB in the late ’80’s. I know the official time anyone noticed chemtrails was the early ’90’s, but this is Wright-Pat, so they were probably experimenting in the ’80’s on us! Anyway, I noticed weather changes then, but like pointing out the chemtrails to my friends and family, everyone told me I was just crazy. Other than my father and daughter, I wonder if they all still think I’m crazy. I told them all then, this was what to expect, but…..Now what do you all think? CRAZY IN DAYTON, OH!

Reply Noel says: March 8, 2014 at 3:57 am

You are right. I live in the Dallas area and it gets sprayed so bad. The weather has been off the chain this year (although I have only lived here 3 years). I live in the country north of the city and suburbs and you can see that they are spraying directly over the urban/suburban areas. You can literally see the spray zone. crazy!

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Reply escapefromobamastan says: March 7, 2014 at 6:23 pm

Dallas, Texas gets continually chemtrailed badly year after year on an almost daily basis and no one ever looks up. If you mention the word “chemtrai” and point to the sky at what is obviously there, people look at you like you’re crazy. The first time it snowed this year, it was strange. It was raining and all of a sudden, in the blink of an eye, the rain turned to snow, all of the raindrops at one time. It was one of the strangest things I’ve ever seen and like a snow switch had been turned on.

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Reply Robert says: March 7, 2014 at 5:28 am

I just moved to OR but was in Seattle for 26 years watching the increase of spraying over the last 15 years. With such frequency as to have no blue skies for weeks or more. The aluminum in the aerosols has had a terrible effect on the evergreen trees. Going across Blewett Pass 2 times in the spring of 2013 I saw more dead trees than live ones. Huge mature cedars and firs just DEAD…all silver, no green. Looked like a haunted forest. And I know for a FACT that the CHEMTRAILS did this. This continued assault on humans and nature is PURE EVIL!!! Even if it were to stop completely tomorrow…I fear the damage is already done. A very sad state of affairs knowing our own Govt knows about this and does nothing. One more disturbing fact…the TANKERS that Boeing is building for the military will be used for SPRAYING not refueling!!! Think about this next time you see and AD about the “good” things Boeing does.

Reply Lawrence Goodwin says: March 7, 2014 at 4:46 am

Dear Renee, I’m also in upstate New York. Until Ms. Meghan, Mr. Wigington or other leaders are able to visit we can always start organizing locally. I proposed in another comment starting regular protests at local TV stations, since most people get their weather reports there. Or we could hold informational forums for free at libraries, etc. Are you interested in cooperating on such efforts? I’m near lovely Saratoga Springs.

Reply Rediron1 says: March 6, 2014 at 11:55 pm

Now the test comes this spring on how will our gardens grow?

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Reply Jeffrey Carmon says: March 5, 2014 at 9:01 pm

I’ve been watching the sky’s over southern California for a while now. I have a little footage of Chem trail spraying going on in southern and northern California and some over oregon. Man made clouds. Huge Chem trail X’s in the sky’s as if to signal X marks the spot. Some days there are so many man made clouds that you can’t see the sun! What can I do to help your cause here in Los Angeles Ca. ?

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Reply Renee says: March 5, 2014 at 2:51 pm

How do I get you and Kristen Meghan and Skyder Alert to come to Upstate NY? Thank you, Renee

Reply LAM says: April 24, 2015 at 8:42 pm

I’m interested in getting organized with you western NY folks if we can!

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Alpina Seastrong Diver 300 Automatic Watch Review Wrist Time Reviews 36 Comments November 11, 2016 by Zach Pina Alpina Seastrong Diver 300 Automatic Watch Review

“Kill your darlings, kill your darlings, even when it breaks your egocentric little scribbler's heart,” wrote Stephen King – seemingly the guiding principle behind the editing process that designed the new  Alpina Seastrong Diver 300 Automatic – which replaces the Alpina Extreme Diver, and makes an extremely strong case for getting a second chance to make a first impression.

Earlier in the year, the new Alpina Seastrong Diver 300 Automatic was introduced with an admittedly over-dramatic video exhibiting an ice-climber making his way up a mountain to a snowy, high-alpine lake, cutting a hole in the ice and dropping in for a frigid, late-night swim. Now, as divorced from reality as the concept may seem, the fundamental spirit of the Alpina Seastrong Diver 300 and those adventurous aspirations feel somewhat warranted through its broad-shouldered case, tasteful applications of color, and clean, minimalist design language. It's rare when a watch with a base-level automatic movement comes along that truly turns heads, especially in one of the most hotly contested segments in all of watchmaking. But it's even rarer when such a watch goes on to become one of the year's most under-the-radar surprises , all from what boils down to a simple dial and bezel swap that ultimately breathes new life into the Alpina Seastrong collection.

Rather than focus on what’s different about the new Alpina Seastrong Diver 300, what’s the same is almost as interesting – especially when you consider that its dramatic new identity is built atop the exact same 44mm case and oversized crown of its predecessor. This time around, however, the rounded, ellipse-shaped indices on the dial and bezel provide a more pronounced contrast to the unique, angular shape of the semi-square case, yielding a symmetry and purpose-built minimalism that seems to draw inspiration from aquatic icons like Panerai's PAM 389, or even the Nautilus 5711 from Patek Philippe.

Intentional or not, even the 5711’s signature "ears" at 3 and 9 o'clock show up here, giving the Alpina Seastrong Diver 300 Automatic an air of Gerald Genta's porthole-shaped masterpiece – easily one of the coolest silhouettes in watchmaking. What's particularly nice, though, is that despite some subtle similarities between the aforementioned, none of the new elements feel derivative – almost as though homage is being paid in fleeting glimpses, re-drawn from memory.

At a fully modern 44mm wide by 13mm thick, the Alpina Seastrong Diver 300 Automatic is by no means a small watch, but the lug-to-lug length is a merciful 49mm, meaning the watch remains proportionate, and sits flush on even my flat 6.75” wrist. The sides of the case and bezel exhibit some nice satin and high-polished finishes which provide a sharp contrast to the colorful anodized bezel insert – in this case, red. Now, contrary to the deep oxblood bezel on the Tudor Black Bay, for instance, this Alpina Seastrong Diver 300's bezel is a brighter, more cheerful shade of red that plays nicely with the rest of the polished elements on the watch. Alpina was wise to keep things classic with an aluminum insert instead of following the ceramic trend – which would have felt considerably out of place here.

The bezel itself has a crisp, satisfying rotating action with zero play. Its edges aren't super grippy, but with a set of serrations every ten minutes, there’s more than enough to grab, even with wet fingers. There are 12 raised, luminous hour markers applied on the bezel insert, with the first 20 minutes also being luminous – an unexpected touch. However, it would have been a nicer surprise if the lume on the dial and hands were as good as the lume on the bezel, but that’s a minor nitpick – this ain't a Panerai, after all.

Where the Alpina Extreme Diver felt as though it were designed by a committee intent on rehashing as many popular elements as possible at once, the new Alpina Seastrong Diver 300 seems to have had a good editor, because it finally feels less “wordy,” so to speak. Its new streamlined, minimized aesthetic complements the old case with a more natural consistency and overall ease, as though the watch is finally comfortable in its own steely skin. Gone is the derived mashup of tool and dress diver elements found on the outgoing Alpina Extreme Diver (reviewed here) model, in favor of a clean, classic, and confident aesthetic that quietly lends priority to form over function – but hardly at the expense of the latter, because the Alpina Seastrong Diver 300 Automatic is still a 300-meter dive watch, after all.

The outgoing Extreme Diver 300

In fact, I’d even argue that the most striking design element is actually the lack thereof. Take, for example, how the Alpina Extreme Diver’s sword hands have been replaced by a skeletonized handset, whose minimized surface area results in a cleaner, more unobtrusive view of the dial. Yes, these hands tear a relatively familiar page out of the Panerai Luminor Submersible book, but the signature isn't exclusive to Panerai, and it works nicely in complementing the minimalist aesthetic.

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