The controversial subject of geoengineering or weather modification, popularized and oversimplified with the term Chemtrails, is once again stepping from the shadows and into the light of public scrutiny.
A Harvard team, led by scientists Frank Keutsch and David Keith, has been working on the SCoPEx project for several years. Originally proposed by Bill Gates’ company Intellectual Ventures, and funded by Gates, the left’s band of left-wing foundations, Stratospheric Controlled Perturbation Experiment, (SCoPEx) is a planned experiment in a form of geoengineering known as Solar Radiation Management that aims to block or reflect sunlight before it reaches the earth’s atmosphere hoping to “slow down” global warming. If global warming actually existed, it might be a noble cause but!!!!
Initial testing of the project will spray water, finely ground chalk and sulfur particles into the upper atmosphere from a high-altitude balloon to measure how the resulting clouds will block sunlight. Using these tests, the project eventually hopes to replicate the Mount Tambora eruption in 1815, on a smaller scale, by ejecting millions of tons of particulate matter into the stratosphere to block sun light from heating up the planet.
If anyone is interested, the Mount Tambora eruption ejected so much particulate matter into the atmosphere that it produced the “year without summer” where food crops failed across the planet leading to mass starvation and disease.
Reducing sunlight on a smaller scale would still devastate plant-based food crops and ecosystems across the planet. And much of the ocean life we know today would also collapse leading to a cascading ecological nightmare.
Climatologists are also concerned that such tinkering could trigger a disastrous series of chain reactions, by disrupting the circulation of ocean currents that regulate our weather. This alone could unleash a global outbreak of extreme climate havoc in the form of serious droughts and hurricanes, that could devastate farmland and wipe out entire species.
Just spreading dust into the stratosphere that could damage the ozone layer that protects the earth from ultraviolet radiation which damages human DNA.
The potential for disaster does not end there. This technology could be used as a weapon of blackmail or war. What is to stop a nation such as Russia interfering with our weather in the same way it has interfered with elections and social media opinions?
If successful, this project could kill 1000 times more people than the Holocaust. We’re talking roughly six billion humans being annihilated by globalists, all in the name of “saving the planet.” It’s difficult to out-Hitler Hitler, but Bill Gates may yet go down in history as the man who succeeded.
A 2015 study from MIT’s Center for Global Change Science and the Department of Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences found that ocean fertilization geoengineering would alter global rainfall patterns and affect water resources.
In the same year an international committee of scientists released a report stating that geoengineering techniques were not a viable alternative to reducing greenhouse gas emissions to combat the effects of climate change. The committee report called for further research and understanding of various geoengineering techniques, including carbon dioxide removal schemes and solar-radiation management before implementation.
Attempting to play God with the weather will have disastrous effects on the ability of the human population to live and prosper. It is time for the awakened people of this Earth to stand together against those who seek to destroy the planet.
“We know little of the consequences of the geoengineering process, such as spraying particles into the atmosphere that shade the planet from the sun’s rays and could decrease its temperature. But this process is how dinosaurs disappeared from the Earth about 60 million years ago, by particles spewed by a volcano or a giant meteorite impact, and our species could follow suit.” Graciela Chichilnisky, PhD
Source: Could dimming the sun save the Earth? by John Naish, the Daily Mail; Stratospheric Controlled Perturbation Experiment (SCoPEx), Keutsch Research Group, Harvard; In 2019, Scientists Funded by Bill Gates to Spray Particles Into the Sky in First Experiment to Dim the Sun by Matt Agorist, the Free Thought Project