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Another ‘conspiracy theory’ proved true
Chemtrails – geoengineering – is happening, despite the gaslighting from officials
By Jasmine Birtles
PEOPLE around the world pointing upwards at the ever-growing number of ‘chemtrails’ (those white lines created by planes flying in a clear sky) have been laughed at in recent years for insisting that they are actually harmful chemicals being pumped into the atmosphere to block the sun or alter the weather.
They were even laughed at by me until recently. After all, I grew up with those white lines above, trailing behind the latest plane flying overhead. What’s the difference?
But the real term for what are often wrongly attributed to chemtrails is ‘geoengineering’, the practice of attempting to change weather patterns or block the sun with chemicals. And yes, it is happening and has been happening for some time.
In fact, even American mainstream media, in the form of CBS News, reported on the practice in 2021: Geoengineering
Also, the Guardian reported an increasing nervousness about the practice just last week
And well they might, given what some ‘scientists’ researching geoengineering methods are doing.
A report in March in the MIT Technology Review, here, makes mention of an attempt to spread sulphur in the air above the UK last September using balloons.
It states “researchers in the UK launched a high-altitude weather balloon that released a few hundred grams of sulfur [sic] dioxide into the stratosphere, a potential scientific first in the solar geoengineering field, MIT Technology Review has learned”. Who knew they were doing that and who authorised it?
But it was the name given to this research that made even the scientist’s own college (UCL) think perhaps he had taken a step too far. The geoengineering system he was testing was called “Stratospheric Aerosol Transport and Nucleation,” or SATAN.
You could not make it up.
Andrew Lockley, an independent researcher, previously with University College London, led the project and seems to be a colourful character, quite deliberately naming his effort in Biblical terms.
See the language he used in his email to the MIT Review: “I’ve tried to follow the straight and narrow path and wait for the judgment day of peer review, but it appears a colleague has been led astray by diabolical temptation.”
“There’s a special place in hell for those who leak their colleagues’ work, tormented by ever burning sulfur,” he added. “But I have taken a vow of silence and can only confirm that our craft ascended to the heavens, as intended. I only hope that this test plays a small part in offering mankind salvation from the hellish inferno of climate change.”
As it becomes clearer that these practices are happening in various parts of the world (Mexico has announced plans to ban the practice in its airspace) more and more citizens and scientists are demanding laws to govern, and possibly prevent, such experiments.
If you are concerned about experiments like this happening in the airspace in your area, contact your local MP, form here, in the first instance. Also write to the Department of the Environment here and ask why they have not come up with laws to deal with this yet.