Last updated on September 16th, 2020 at 03:53 pm
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- Overall, GeoEngineering is a one of the kind conspiracy and pseudoscience website. This one has few rivals in how far they will go to sell unproven, misleading claims. Literally off the charts!
Factual Reporting: LOW
World Press Freedom Rank: USA 48/180
GeoEngineering Watch does not have an about page, though it does have contact information that directs to Dane Wigington of Bella Vista, California. According to a Whois Search the domain was purchased in November 2009.
Funded by / Ownership
GeoEngineering Watch does not indicate ownership or funding on their website, however, Dane Wigington is listed as the contact person and there is a donation link on the website. There isn’t any labeled advertising on the website.
Analysis / Bias
In review, GeoEngineering Watch is primarily concerned with weather manipulation for sinister means and the use of HAARP. For example, they claim that the devastating hurricane Florence was manipulated by Microwaves Transmissions, and that the government is using Chemtrails for control of the environment as well. Throw in some anti-vaxx hysteria, and you have yourself a truly tin foil-quackery website.
Overall, GeoEngineering is a one of the kind conspiracy and pseudoscience website. This one has few rivals in how far they will go to sell unproven, misleading claims. Literally off the charts! (8/10/2016) Updated (D. Van Zandt 09/26/2019)