Weather modification was one of the best kept secrets for a while – but the truth is out now, and it has only caused it to progress. Now, The US government’s partners in academia will be spraying us openly. Why? To fight climate change – at least that’s what they’re claiming.
Chemtrails first came about in the 1960’s. If you’ve ever gone outside and saw criss crossing streaks of ‘clouds’ then you too have been a victim of chemtrails. These chemicals are sprayed into the air for reasons unknown. Of course they claim it is for benefiting the future, such as climate change, but the military has quickly taken advantage of our weather modifying technologies. The chemicals usually consist of geoengineered aerosols that are loaded with some hefty poisons such as barium, strontium 90, aluminum, cadmium, zinc, viruses, and fiberglass.
Harvard scientists David Keith and his partner in legal crime are going to be spraying the sky with aluminum oxide. Why? Well, they claim that it is an experiment to combat climate change. The chemicals are said to blockade some of the sunlight thus reducing the global warming effect. These chemicals sprayed into the sky have not only direct effects to us, but to the wildlife around us, our food, water, and the air we breathe in.
According to the technology review from MIT, “A pair of Harvard climate scientists are preparing small-scale atmospheric experiments that could offer insights into the feasibility and risks of deliberately altering the climate to ease global warming.
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.”
The chemical spraying of certain areas can be extremely noticeable too. In more populated areas such as Sacramento, California you can even smell the chemicals – they smell like plastic, or metal like even. When it is sprayed people claim you can even see it falling from the sky, and if windows are left open it can even fill your house!