So I'm driving to work from my lunch break and here on NPR:
Consider atmospheric geoengineering — pumping reflective particles into the stratosphere to reflect sunlight — seen as a way to cut the
effects of global warming. In 1991, the eruption of Mt. Pinatubo in the Philippines cooled the atmosphere's average temperature worldwide almost one
degree Fahrenheit, a kind of "global dimming," serving as an inspiration for the idea. Such high-altitude aerosols, different from the ones found in
spray cans, can play a big role in climate.
A 2006 paper in the journal Science, for example, written by the eminent atmospheric scientist Tom Wigley of the National Center for Atmospheric
Research, suggested that annually blasting roughly 500,000 tons of sulfur (about 7% of yearly sulfur production) into the stratosphere every year for
three decades would prevent global warming.
I actually find myself yelling at the radio, "THEY ALREADY ARE!"
I think this is indirect proof that those crazy lines you see in the sky are just that: Aerosol spraying that puts particles in the stratosphere to
reflect sunlight back into space reducing the level of heat on the surface of the Earth; thereby reducing the effects of global warming.
I think that many people are turned off by the idea when people present other seemingly outlandish ideas such as TPTB spraying chemical agents to
reduce the population, or to alter our DNA. Understandable. And while I won't dismiss those ideas as possible being true, I think it's more
important to focus on the pratical explanation that makes the whole thing much more plausible.
Basically what I'm saying (God just get to the point will ya!
) is that if scientists are claiming to have just come up with this idea, then who
is to say that they aren't already doing this!
There is plenty of evidence that they have put this very technology into effect:
US Patent 3813875
This one just slaps you in the face with what they are doing up there:
Stratospheric Welsbac seeding for reduction of global warming
You don't have to believe it, but I think that once you do, you'll reason the SERIOUSNESS of the global warming effect. The government takes it so
seriously that they are willing to spend possibly billions to try and alter the climate.
Ever wonder what George Bush meant when he said he's leave it up to technology to try to find ways to curb global warming?
What I really think this "new" information is all about? They put this out there so that when they start implementing it and we see those crazy
lines in the sky we'll attribute them to global warming. It will be common knowledge, but most will probably fail to make the correlation between
the pre-let's-put-aerosols-in-the-sky crazy lines and the post-let's-put-aerosols-in-the-sky crazy lines.
I think people are making a big enough stink about the "chemtrails" that they will now start to disclose it, but in a way that doesn't admit that
they've kept us in the dark about it this whole time.