“We would like to have the first flights next year,” said Harvard professor David Keith at a geoengineering conference in Washington, D.C.
The “flights” would be a government-sanctioned attempt to fight global warming by spraying “a fine mist of materials such as sulfur dioxide, alumina, or calcium carbonate into the stratosphere.”
Of course, this would be a conspiracy the government admits to, and it’s a legitimate, openly stated plan by Harvard scientists to spray our atmosphere with potentially toxic particles.
The idea is nothing new, but the plans to execute it are materializing faster than expected.
Back in 2014, a paper was published suggesting the use of sprayed mists of particles as a means “solar geoengineering”.
However, the paper noted numerous potential risks:
…our current knowledge of stratospheric processes suggests that these methods may entail significant risks. In addition to the risks associated with current knowledge, the possibility of ‘unknown unknowns’ exists that could significantly alter the risk assessment relative to our current understanding.
The $20,000,000 initiative would involve launching a balloon equipped with propellers into the sky and spraying the mist of particles.
Various sensors “would then measure the reflectivity of the particles, the degree to which they disperse or coalesce, and the way they interact with other compounds in the atmosphere.”
As reported by The Mind Unleashed:
This comes after a United Nations “geoengineering governance initiative” was launched, and the Carnegie Council announced the launch of a “Carnegie Climate Geoengineering Governance Initiative.” This comes after CIA director John Brennan proposed they spray the skies and do “solar radiation management” (SRM) to fight climate change in 2016.
Some powerful forces are pushing very hard for the ability to spray the skies with aluminum, to modify the weather and set a precedent where they can spray anything on us.
For many years now, speculations about “chemtrails” have accused government authorities of poisoning the guy in secretive operations.
Despite being labeled as whacky conspiracy theories by the establishment, the notion of geoengineering and spraying the sky with toxic metals like aluminum are now openly discussed.
Geoengineer David Keith himself has even admitted to the potential dangers of spraying aluminum, which you can watch right here: