If the fluoride is working, lemme tell you this...
Chemtrails trap heat in the earth. @freedom_faction
Thoughts? “Barking mad” scientists are intent on restructuring the atmosphere, and have been already conducting field-grade experiments for several years. There has been no disclosure to any political body, but rather just unilateral action because the scientists don’t believe they need public approval when science is concerned. “If you want to be confident to get to 1.5 degrees you need to have solar #geoengineering,” says one scientist.
Scientists are sucking carbon dioxide from the air with giant fans and preparing to release chemicals from a balloon to dim the sun’s rays as part of a climate engineering push to cool the planet.
Backers say the risky, often expensive projects are urgently needed to find ways of meeting the goals of the #Parisclimateagreement to curb #globalwarming that researchers blame for causing more heatwaves, downpours and rising sea levels.
The #UnitedNations says the targets are way off track and will not be met simply by reducing emissions for example from factories or cars – particularly after U.S. #PresidentDonaldTrump’s decision to pull out of the 2015 pact.
They are pushing for other ways to keep temperatures down.
In the countryside near #Zurich, #Swiss company #Climeworks began to suck greenhouse gases from thin air in May with giant fans and filters in a $23 million project that it calls the world’s first “commercial carbon dioxide capture plant”. Worldwide, “direct air capture” research by a handful of companies such as Climeworks has gained tens of millions of dollars in recent years from sources including governments, Microsoft founder #BillGates and the European Space Agency.
If buried underground, vast amounts of greenhouse gases extracted from the air would help reduce global temperatures, a radical step beyond cuts in emissions that are the main focus of the #ParisAgreement.
Climeworks reckons it now costs about $600 to extract a tonne of carbon dioxide from the air and the plant’s full capacity due by the end of 2017 is only 900 tonnes a year. That’s equivalent to the annual emissions of only 45 Americans.