Geoengineering: Scientists promote environmental warfare technique of spraying sulfur dioxide into atmosphere
“Public policy could itself become the captive of a scientific-technological elite.” -President Eisenhower, 1961
Sulfur aerosol injection is not new, the plan to deliberately release harmful contaminants into the atmosphere, such as sulfur dioxide (SO2).
In fact, in the 1975 DARPA report titled, “SOVIET DEVELOPMENTS IN WEATHER MODIFICATION, CLIMATE MODIFICATION AND CLIMATOLOGY,” Environmental Warfare was listed as a topic of investigation. The report stated:
“..within a few decades world heat production could rise from the present level of 0.2%, of the received power of the Sun to a level of 2%, thus causing a 1-1.5 C mean global temperature increase. Such a potentially harmful warming trend could, in principle, be checked by artificially increasing the planetary cloud cover.” -p83
“…method of moderating planetary warming trends by temporarily increasing the concentration of sulfate aerosol particles in the lower stratosphere and thereby reducing global radiation.” -i
If this narrative sounds familiar, it’s because it is the same story that has been perpetuated for decades by academic grant dependent ‘researchers,’ military, and government agencies. This ‘scientific technological elite’ engage in planning and operations of environmental warfare techniques such as Stratospheric Aerosol Injection (SAI), with complete disregard for life on Earth, because there is endless funding, an absence of applied ethical or moral standards and furthermore, there are no laws preventing the use of our atmosphere as a physics lab.
President John F. Kennedy called for a ban on atmospheric research testing in the same 1961 speech where he announced proposals for international weather prediction and weather control. –Link To Full Speech Quote @ 22:02
19 September 2022 | By Thomas Moore | SkyNews
“A fleet of 125 military air-to-air refuelling tankers would release a cloud of microscopic sulphur dioxide particles”
Scientists have outlined a controversial plan to refreeze the North and South Poles, and dial down the global thermostat.
They say high-flying jets could spray microscopic aerosol particles into the atmosphere to reflect sunlight and cool the melting icecaps.
Around 175,000 flights a year would be needed, releasing millions of tonnes of carbon dioxide.
But a former UK chief scientist backed the plans, telling Sky News that polar warming is now critical – and refreezing the ice could hold back the rise in global sea levels.
The new study was led by Wake Smith from Yale University in the United States.
Link To Read Full Article HERE
“Studies of alternative lofting concepts such as balloons, rockets, guns, or tethered hoses conclude that at 20 km, the most efficient and reliable lofting technology would be fixed- wing, self-propelled, air-breathing jets” Link
Wake Smith et al 2022 Environ. Res. Commun. 4 031002