Environmental activist & filmmaker Michael J. Murphy died in his sleep on July 22, 2020.

Michael was the creator of What in the World Are They Spraying, the trailblazing film that opened the eyes of millions to the probability that undisclosed scientific weather management programs are taking place in our greying skies above.

A graduate of Arizona State University, Michael was a guest on our podcast Real Politk. He also visited South Florida in 2011 to screen What in the World Are They Spraying and speak with my journalism students at Florida Atlantic University on his trailblazing research and documentary filmmaking. Michael was a genuinely personable and inspiring person to be around.


In 2013 Michael produced a successful sequel furthering his inquiry into geoengineering, Why in the World Are They Spraying. In late 2015 he was poised to release a third film examining the potential entities behind transnational geonegineering projects, when he was overcome by a combination of substance abuse and unusual, often erratic behavior. His deteriorating condition alienated many former allies and collaborators.

Michael nevertheless left behind a body of activist environmental research that continues to call into question the entire edifice upon which conventional notions of “climate change” exist, and his work will likely be proven increasingly valid in coming years as establishment scientists slowly reveal the true extent of anthropogenic damage to our weather and climate.

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  1. I am so sorry to hear of the passing of Michael Murphy. I knew about his mental health(?) struggles and was sympathetic.

    His work was important and revolutionary.

    1. Uncertain as to how exactly things went downhill for Michael. He had a substance abuse problem, and this may have led to the emotional/mental deterioration. In any event, our experience with him was a great (and fully coherent) guy, so the decline was shocking and tragic.

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