Contrails Geoengineering Creates Warmer and More Dangerous Climate 1

Hacking the Climate-Winners and Losers

Mike Adams of naturalnews and Paul Preston of agenda21radio join Dane Wigington to expose the global contrail geoengineering agenda.

Contrails Geoengineering Creates Warmer and More Dangerous Climate

Mike Adams JacketThe term “Solar Radiation Management” (SRM) is a confusing and counterintuitive term that wrongly implies that chemical emissions deployed into the atmosphere result in cooling the atmosphere.

The facts are clear:

♦ Published evidence from climate scientist, Joyce Penner concludes contrails and thin, high clouds tend to warm the climate.  Dr. Penner’s statement echos the “IPCC SPECIAL REPORT ON AVIATION AND THE GLOBAL ATMOSPHERE” (PDF), page 17:

“Contrails tend to warm the Earth’s surface, similar to thin high clouds”. — Joyce Penner, PhD

♦ The Welsbach seeding patent stipulates that deploying Welsbach aerosols into the atmosphere could warm the climate.

Welsbach Patent causes global warming

Welsbach aerosols tend warm the climate even if they provide shade during the daytime. Temperatures at night tend to rise beyond what they would normally be, thus creating a net climate warming.

More importantly, an increase in after-dark aerosol deployments have been documented. This is a complete contradiction to the notion that SRM could be intended to shade the sun as mitigation for global warming/climate change

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Climate Scientist, Jasper Kirkby, PhD explains how aerosols to force drought.

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