Dying Trees is New Jersey

Dying Trees New Jersey

Dying Trees

Uploaded on Oct 2, 2011

Tour of trees on Sept. 29 in New Jersey, where their leaves are turning brown and falling off prematurely from ozone damage.
This is happening earlier every year as background levels of pollution climb.
See witsendnj blog – Basic Premise Page – has links to scientific research about the worst environmental disaster you’ve never heard of.

All comments (17)

FolkPhotographer
1 second ago

Gail..I have seen foliage damage going back only a few years. I have been doing nature photography here in Nova Scotia since 1999. I hiked on thousands of miles of trails and done hundreds of thousands of images that I have. The damage to foliage only started getting really bad after Fukushima.. Before that I saw damage they related to acid rain. Acid rain literally burned holes and spots on leaves..Check out one of my sites. http://ChemtrailsInOurSkies.wordpress.com

gail zawacki
1 year ago
in reply to FolkPhotographer

Dear Daniel, I share your horror at what is happening to trees and other vegetation. You have amassed a really impressive amount of images. Since you are a “truth soldier” I hope you will look at the facts, which do not support Fukushima or chemtrails being the source of forest decline.
gail zawacki
1 year ago
in reply to gail zawacki

1. Global forest decline started well before Fukushima, by some accounts in the 1980’s. Personally, I saw a huge acceleration in visible foliage damage starting is 2008. Shortly thereafter people thought maybe they were seeing damage from the Gulf Oil spill in 2010 – but again, the damage started before that. 2. The damage is happening at the EXACT SAME RATE in places all over the world that do not have significant amounts of air traffic, if any at all. It’s NOT CHEMTRAILS.
gail zawacki
1 year ago
in reply to Klaas Batema

However, trees are dying JUST AS FAST in places that have NO CELL TOWERS. Numerous scientific surveys have demonstrated that trees in very remote forests are dying. Cell radiation doesn’t travel that far. Ozone does.
gail zawacki
1 year ago
in reply to gail zawacki

You can ascertain these facts yourself and then the question becomes WHAT IS THE CAUSE? There is only one answer that BOTH fits the facts and actually is quite well known and understood scientifically, which is that the invisibile component of Smog – tropospheric ozone – is killing plantlife. As your own picture of the lily pads shows, it’s not drought from climate change which is the reason blamed by most scientists and foresters.
FolkPhotographer
1 year ago

This is happening in Halifax Nova Scotia and all over the planet..it is Fukushima radiation..it will get much worse
Joewillsetitright
11 months ago
in reply to gail zawacki

It’s Chemtrails. Aluminum, Barium, Strontium killing everything. It is very real. Join the fight!
gail zawacki
1 year ago
in reply to Klaas Batema

TheBrownsberg, With all due respect, please THINK. Trees are dying in places far, far from cell towers – really remote areas in Canada, Russia, Africa, China. Futhermore, the amount of ozone from the strasphere due to lightening is trivial. Tropospheric ozone derives from fuel emissions and there are literally HUNDREDS of scienitific studies documenting how toxic it is to both people and plants. Jeez. Read up. links at witsendnj blog
MrMkayultra
2 years ago

It makes me cry to see what murderers mankind have become. Violent ,mean aggressive animals.. I know, duh lets shoot them e.g Ohio rare animal murders by the police. Terry Thompson was a Vietnam veteran and he was murdered by fascist gov. agents. He and his wife cared for and loved those animals , their pets.
GloryGal2009
1 year ago

This is happening in Ohio as well. Woods, windbreaks, parks, peoples properties…all over. Check out my vid. Thanks for your post.
Karen Walker
1 year ago

This is an excellent video, it really shows the problem. In Somerset county, NJ, I’ve noticed fewer insects; Fewer moths by the door and on my windshield. I’m astounded I’m not seeing more about the problem from the government agencies, especially the extension service. Is it ozone, or is it a combination of that and the other toxins, insecticides and herbicides that are constantly increasing?
Klaas Batema
1 year ago
in reply to gail zawacki

You’re right in your timeline in concerning the rate in which the trees are dying. Only disagree about what caused it, because I think this is caused by cell towers for mobile communication which emit microwave radiation. Specialy the 3G and 4G bandwidt wreak havoc on trees and bees. Research in Europe has allready confirmed this. Thsi is happening all over in the western world; Europe, Americas, Australia, Japan etc…
gail zawacki
1 year ago
in reply to gail zawacki

You can ascertain these facts yourself and then the question becomes WHAT IS THE CAUSE? There is only one answer that BOTH fits the facts and actually is quite well known and understood scientifically, which is that the invisibile component of Smog – tropospheric ozone – is killing plantlife. As your own picture of the lily pads shows, it’s not drought from climate change which is the reason blamed by most scientists and foresters.
gail zawacki
1 year ago
in reply to Karen Walker

Thanks Karen. It’s pretty hard to tease out which elements of the insidious chemical soup are doing what. Ecosystems evolve, over time, to be have intricately complex dependencies and relationships between species so one decline affects many others. Certainly all the insecticides build up in the environment; ozone is also toxic to insects as it is every living thing and in fact even inanimate objects – rocks and rubber. The gov’t doesn’t want people to know – just like the Gulf oil spill.
Joewillsetitright
11 months ago
in reply to Klaas Batema

It’s Chemtrails. Aluminum, Barium, Strontium killing everything. It is very real. Join the fight! 3G and 4G are to keep us happy with RF/ELF/EMF. Wake up, it’s the chemtrails.
gail zawacki
11 months ago
in reply to Joewillsetitright

No, it’s not. Trees and other vegetation is dying JUST AS FAST in extremely remote areas, with zero air traffic. The background level of ozone is rising, it’s highly toxic to plants, it weakens them and makes them more vulnerable to insects, disease and fungus. This has been proven by scientific research over decades. It’s no secret conspiracy, it’s US – all people burning more and more fuel creating more pollution. Join the fight for conservation of energy and reduction of emissions!
Klaas Batema
1 year ago
in reply to gail zawacki

Do you still have reception with your cell phone in the area’s where there are no cell towers? I think the US has full coverage. Ozone never killed plants, during lightning strikes it’s formed naturally. Really there is no proof in that.

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