Look UP! SkyderALERT App is RELEASED: Capture visual evidence of catastrophic activity, petition against it, send it directly to appropriate government officials

Published July 25, 2013 by goyodelarosa

Look UP!

This POWERFUL NEW Documentary explores GeoEngineering, SRM, Solar radiation Management, Weather Modification and “chemtrails” and introduces to the public to new way to protest and petition this dangerous initiative by using the all new mobile app SkyderALERT. Put an end to this potentially catastrophic program.
Look UP. Get the APP. Save the World.
This film is a new level of documentary film making NEVER DONE BEFORE. By using the patented mobile app people will have the ability to capture visual evidence of this potentially catastrophic activity petition against it, and send it directly to the appropriate government officials– all in 1 click, with no need to know who those officials are, or even where you are. — its automatically geo-located- AND will even let you call the congressmen, senators or Governor directly… all by just using the app.
Mobile app releases for USA usage will be available for iOS and Android early May 2013, the Global versions will become available shortly thereafter.
This is the single largest environmental hazard imaginable- HELP PUT AN END TO IT.
Please support our cause.
LOOK UP
GET THE APP
SAVE THE WORLD

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