Many of us are old enough to remember what a clear blue sky with natural cloud formations looked like on a balmy afternoon in Mount Shasta. For many years now, however, we have had pasty white skies with whispy trailing formations that span the horizon and heavy particulate air pollution on most summer days.
Yesterday, for example, I could not clearly see the mountains to the north and west due to heavy particulate air pollution as I walked Lake Siskiyou Trail. For those of you who care enough to ask what the heck is up in our skies, please do a little research into the topics of climate engineering, geoengineering and solar radiation management (SRM).
Stratospheric sulfate aerosols geoengineering (SAG-SRM) is an ongoing classified military program in which toxic chemicals (sulfates and/or metal nano-particulates) are injected into our sky via jet aircraft for the purposes of reflecting a portion of the sun’s radiation back away from the earth. I would argue that there are other purposes for this program as well, and none of them are benign. SRM has had disastrous consequences for all life on earth and is now the biggest threat to our web of life on planet earth short of nuclear cataclysm.
SRM geoengineering has destroyed our ozone layer and polluted the air, water and soils all over the globe.
As William Blum so aptly stated; “No matter how paranoid or conspiracy minded you are, what the government is actually doing is worse than you could ever imagine.” Ask questions, demand answers, while you still can. For more information, visit the website GeoengineringWatch.org.