No Longer a ‘Conspiracy’, MSM Now Advocating Spraying Particles Into the Sky to Dim the Sun

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No Longer a ‘Conspiracy’, MSM Now Advocating Spraying Particles Into the Sky to Dim the Sun

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No, we are not a satire site. We are not a conspiracy theory site. The information you are about to read is factually accurate and 100% real despite the ostensible ‘skeptics’ who claim otherwise. The controversial subject of geoengineering or weather modification – which was popularized, and oversimplified with the term “chemtrails” – is moving from the fringes of the internet into the mainstream media — who is now advocating for it.

 

The idea of spraying particles in the sky to dim the sun is no longer the subject of conspiracy theory websites and is not only being reported in the mainstream media, but advocated for. This week, CNBC put out a video titled How Bill Gates-Funded Solar Geoengineering Could Help End Climate Change. 




 

The video is nothing short of an infomercial for chemtrails. It is truly bizarre how this subject has moved from the fringes of conspiracy circles and into the mainstream and no one is even batting an eye. Now that Bill Gates has endorsed and funded it, the world is suddenly open to the idea of attempting to modify the planet’s weather by spraying chemicals into the atmosphere to block out the sun.

As TFTP previously reported, the tide is shifting and the outlook appears to be that geoengineering is going to happen. Geoengineering has the become the subject of congressional debate, peer-reviewed studies, and now a Harvard experiment. Harvard scientists will attempt to replicate the climate-cooling effect of volcanic eruptions with a world-first solar geoengineering experiment. The university announced in July of 2019 that it has created an external advisory panel to examine the potential ethical, environmental and geopolitical impacts of this geoengineering project, which has been developed by the university’s researchers.

 

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