In the Name of Geoengineering: Delusional Scientists Can Destroy Life

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Science may destroy the Earth! It is time to believe that. Geoengineering is the field of science that includes, for instance, blasting toxic particles into the atmosphere in order to reflect sunlight back into space, and intentionally altering weather patterns, so as to tinker with local ecologies and somehow induce a mass cooling effect. Many experts say that these doings could result in catastrophic damage to life on Earth.

At first glance, all this talk about geoengineering might seem hypothetical. However, the truth is that geoengineering has been taking place covertly for decades, as evidenced by numerous government reports and historical admissions. It is a known fact, for instance, the U.S. Military seeded clouds above the Ho Chi Minh Trail in Vietnam in the 1960s during the Vietnam War, which resulted in artificial rainstorms and monsoons.

Even earlier, during the 1940s, the UK's Ministry of Defense reportedly tested biological weapons against its people, according to a report by The Guardian published in 2002. This report highlighted how the UK Government, over the course of 40 years, performed chemical weapons experiments on British folks under the guise of “weather and air pollution” research. The truth was later admitted in declassified government documents.

More recently, “atmospheric aerosols”, aka Chemtrails, were already being injected into the skies by “field campaigns”, which are presumably still taking place. Another report for the UK’s House of Commons was even more open about this ongoing geoengineering conspiracy. Entitled “The Regulation of Geoengineering”, the report admitted that technologies to inject sulphate aerosols into the stratosphere to “mimic the cooling effect caused by large volcanic eruptions” are already being used.
During 2012, Swedish Green Party leader, Pernilla Hagberg publicly admitted that Chemtrails are real, and that the US Central Intelligence Agency and the US National Security Agency are behind them.

Worse than the fact that geoengineering is real, is the fact that nobody really knows how it will affect our planet. Sending up giant glass screens or masses of aerosol particles into the Earth’s stratosphere to intentionally block out the Sun is sure to cause other problems, such as blocking the natural Ultraviolet (UV) rays needed by humans to produce vitamin D, for instance. This, of course, is just one example among many. Spraying large amounts of sulphate aerosols into the stratosphere would, for example, blur the presence of the Sun’s disc disturbing, rainfall patterns and causing the ozone layer to break up.

It is definitely needed that we think out of the box, and find unusual solutions that help us manipulate the world around us for good. However, we must remain cautious not to upset nature patterns, or else we will soon put an end to human civilization. 

References

www.theguardian.com
http://www.independent.co.uk
http://www.monkeypuppet.net
http://www.publications.parliament.uk
http://www.naturalnews.com

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