Plans to ‘geoengineer’ the atmosphere using hi-tech weather balloons.
Geoengineering is the process of chemically altering the atmosphere in the quest to tackle global, but the side effects of the process could be far worse.
The government plans to use ‘high-altitude weather balloons’ with state of the art sensors and propellers to specifically target parts of the earth’s atmosphere.
The governments have kept tight-lipped over geoengineering plans, and the entire process only came into the public eye after ‘chem trails’ began to be spotted by eagle eyed members of the community.
Just some of the chemicals that are included in the process are “Sulphate/Sulphuric Acid/Sulphur Dioxide, Titania, Silicon Carbide, Calcium Carbonate, Alumina, Silica, and Zinc Oxide”.
The long term effects of geoengineering are unknown, and evironmentalists fear that fundamentally changing the earth’s atmosphere in such a way can only be a bad thing.
Collective Evolution have reported:
For years, climate change and other environmental problems have been labelled as a “national security” issue, a phrase that’s now used to keep information from the public.
“The CIA and other federal agencies control these programs, which means that if they are already spraying substances into the atmosphere, we would never hear about it.”
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology have also spoken on the subject, saying:
They would be among the earliest official geoengineering-related experiments conducted outside of a controlled laboratory or computer model, underscoring the growing sense of urgency among scientists to begin seriously studying the possibility as the threat of climate change mounts.”
“Sometime next year, Harvard professors David Keith and Frank Keutsch hope to launch a high-altitude balloon, tethered to a gondola equipped with propellers and sensors, from a site in Tucson, Arizona.
“After initial engineering tests, the “StratoCruiser” would spray a fine mist of materials such as sulfur dioxide, alumina, or calcium carbonate into the stratosphere.
“The sensors would then measure the reflectivity of the particles, the degree to which they disperse or coalesce, and the way they interact with other compounds in the atmosphere.”
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