A geoengineering proposal, allegedly still on the table, would loft nano aluminum or barium or strontium or other substance (sulphur, salt water) into
the atmosphere to alleviate global warming/ global cooling/ global change/ global disaster et.al.
A side effect of this activity is said to be white-out of the sky and more beautiful sunsets. The sky would be a paler blue and more reflective.
Some have already noticed this effect.
Scientists Push for 'Solar Geoengineering'...with Nano Particles to Whiten
While scientists are finding new ways to justify using chemtrails in our skies, a recent study shows that pollution trapped in thunderclouds is
making climate change worse.
...and the same story edited differently:
Scientists Push For 'Solar
Geoengineering' With Nano Particles To Whiten Our Skies
Kravtiz and Calderia, working with Douglas MacMartin from the California Institute of Technology, studied sky color ad brightness by utilizing a
sulfate-based aerosols. They surmised that using these chemicals in the atmosphere would cause the daytime skies to be whiter and the sunsets to glow
Computer models showed that although the sky would remain blue, it would be a much lighter shade; especially over areas that experience more
geoengineeing than others.
Nano particles are so tiny that they straddle two worlds: ours and the quantum. In many ways the nano no longer really resembles the original
substance. It exhibits completely different behaviors. Most of these new behaviors are unknown because lab generated nano is still a new science
What's So Special about the Nanoscale?
Scale at which Quantum Effects Dominate Properties of Materials
When particle sizes of solid matter in the visible scale are compared to what can be seen in a regular optical microscope, there is little
difference in the properties of the particles. But when particles are created with dimensions of about 1–100 nanometers (where the particles can be
“seen” only with powerful specialized microscopes), the materials’ properties change significantly from those at larger scales. This is the size
scale where so-called quantum effects rule the behavior and properties of particles. Properties of materials are size-dependent in this scale range.
Thus, when particle size is made to be nanoscale, properties such as melting point, fluorescence, electrical conductivity, magnetic permeability, and
chemical reactivity change as a function of the size of the particle.
Nanoscale materials have far larger surface areas than similar masses of larger-scale materials. As surface area per mass of a material increases,
a greater amount of the material can come into contact with surrounding materials, thus affecting reactivity.
In other words, a single cubic centimeter of cubic nanoparticles has a total surface area one-third larger than a football field!
There are created particles with one, two and all three dimensions on the nano scale. (See page 4 next link.) There are nano materials with no
dimensions in the nano scale. (Pages 5 through 8 in the next link describe these. Page 24 illustrates the differences in gold at various nano
The way that all of these various types and shapes and sizes of particles react within our environment is known only to a very seriously limited
extent. They are observed, reacting, and the results are documented. Infinite circumstances, such as exist in our environment, are not studied.
Only finite, specific traits are looked for. These studies generally enhance the profitability of the nano field for corporate and military and
retail interests. Some few studies are conducted on the safety of these materials and these studies, overall, prompt safety regulations after the
fact. Again, seriously after the fact because the materials are already in the environment.
Spontaneous ignition is something that, in each circumstance, at one time, seemed miraculous, but, in many cases came to be scientifically explainable
and understandable. These stories would be some that we have heard about in shows like unexplained mysteries etc.
Following here (nearing the end of my thread) are the conclusions reached by some testing done with nano aluminum, looking at spontaneous combustion
and ignition of this substance.
Safety and Handling of Nano-aluminum
• Nano-aluminum poses hazards not found with micron-sized aluminum powders
• Nano-aluminum is very sensitive to electrostatic discharge
• Dust clouds of nano-aluminum in air present an explosion hazard at even small concentrations of aluminum and small amounts of ignition energy
One of the reasons given for this combustibility is the lack of a large enough internal area to absorb and thus dissipate heat. This is somewhat
described in this article wherein size matters:
Spontaneous combustion in nanobubbles
(Nanowerk News) Nanometre-sized bubbles containing the gases hydrogen and oxygen can apparently combust spontaneously, although nothing happens in
Combustion only takes place in bubbles that are smaller than 150 nanometres; nothing happens in larger bubbles. Early experiments in microreactors
also showed that nothing happened in larger bubbles; the heat can dissipate to the larger internal surface.
This, as an accidental discovery, in a lab, is relatively benign. This sort of discovery, in the sky, after critical mass or whatever has been
reached, could be much more complicated. Smart Clouds would have to be renamed after they start to flame up because they just wouldn't be all that
Atmospheric Geoengineering: Weather
Manipulation, Contrails and Chemtrails
Owning the Weather in 2025 provides a specific timeline for the use of EnMod technologies in cooperation with the Weather Modification Association
(WMA), a business-government group promoting the beneficial uses of environmental modification :
2000 Introduce ionic mirrors, with a sharp increase from 2008;
2000-2025 Use chemicals for atmospheric seeding by civilian (as well as military) aviation;
2004 Create smart clouds thru nanotechnology, with exponential increase after 2010;
2005 Introduce ‘carbon black dust’.