Chemtrail conspiracies have become reality, as corporate media sells geoengineering as the solution for climate change
By Lance D Johnson // Apr 11, 2024

Once considered “conspiracy” theory” by the entire corporate media, geoengineering is now being lauded as the solution for climate change. For years, the media was used to gaslight the public about this reality and coverup this mass experimentation in the skies. These geoengineering experiments are conducted without human consent, and they adversely affect the environment, the weather and human health.

Corporate media is programmed to gaslight and deceives the public about geoengineering and chemtrails

One of the most important developments lately, in this fight for the future of humanity, is a new law in Tennessee that blocks geoengineering across the state. If word gets out about people protecting themselves from these chemtrails, then the entire U.S. might become a no-fly zone for weather modification schemes and the intentional spraying and dumping of toxins and chemicals onto the people, the cities and countryside. The Mexican government became aware of these schemes and banned the large scale experiments immediately.

Now that the public is becoming more aware of the existence of these unethical experiments, the corporate media is being used to promote these geoengineering schemes as if they are a new thing that will save the planet from global warming.

A new report from San Francisco, California claims that the U.S. is conducting its “first outdoor test to limit global warming.” The project is derived from a controversial field of research known as solar radiation modification. These schemes, financed by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, require aerosols to be shot into the stratosphere, where the particles allegedly reflect sunlight away from the Earth. But how do these microscopic salt particles affect the ecosystem?

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Chemtrail experiment launched out of San Francisco Bay, set to last two months

A decommissioned aircraft carrier, equipped with the aerosol injections, was launched out of the San Francisco Bay at the end of March 2024. The aircraft is equipped with specially designed sprayers that can shoot trillions of sea salt particles into the sky. The experiment allegedly seeks to increase the density and capacity of marine clouds to reduce solar radiation in the region. The operation increases cloud cover over the region, artificially blocking out the sun, and making the population susceptible to unknown experimental particles that will inevitably rain down over the land.

This is all part of an unethical project led by researchers at the University of Washington. The project is called CAARE, which stands for The Coastal Atmospheric Aerosol Research and Engagement. The experiments are scheduled to run through April and May. The area affected includes the skies surrounding the USS Hornet Sea, Air and Space Museum in Alameda, California.

The secrecy surrounding these projects is beginning to unwind, as criminal conspiracies become more transparent. Going forward, these conspiracies will be sold to the public under a guise of benevolence and scientific achievement.

"Since this experiment was kept under wraps until the test started, we are eager to see how public engagement is being planned and who will be involved," said Shuchi Talati, the executive director of the Alliance for Just Deliberation on Solar Geoengineering, a nonprofit that seeks to include developing countries in decisions about geoengineering.

"While it complies with all current regulatory requirements, there is a clear need to reexamine what a strong regulatory framework must look like in a world where [solar radiation modification] experimentation is happening," she added.

A similar project authored by Harvard University sought to use the skies over Sweden as testing grounds for reflective aerosols. The project was halted after indigenous groups pushed back. By blocking out the sun, weather patterns can be altered for millions of people in unknown ways. Artificial cloud seeding can have ripple effects for the entire world.

Man-made climate change is not the most pressing problem. Globalist-funded geoengineering schemes and large-scale intervention in the skies could greatly impact our weather and climate, causing unforeseen problems for farmers, fisheries and ecosystems, among many other environmental and human health impacts.

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