Because the plans to reduce CO2 would not work, other means would have to be used to stop global warming, according to climate fanatics worldwide. According to a UN report, the darkening of the sky is one of them. A dangerous game of geoengineering.
Not only is the UN specifically influencing Google and Co with regard to reports on climate change, but the globalists are now also considering how climate change can be influenced by other means in addition to measures to reduce CO2 emissions. Among other things, with the artificial reflection of sunlight and darkening measures.
The UNEP report presents ideas called “Solar Radiation Modification” to reflect sunlight and prevent it from heating the surface of our planet. Here are the main ideas the UN will consider:
Injection of reflective nanoparticles/sulphur dioxide into the atmosphere (injection of stratospheric aerosols) Brightening of low clouds over the ocean by injecting submicron salt particles into the ocean clouds Use of space mirrors, i.e. many giant mirrors shot into space to to reflect the sunlight.
The UN report refers, among other things, to the eruption of the Mount Pinatubo volcano in the Philippines in 1991, which sent a large quantity of sulfur particles into the stratosphere. This has led to an average drop in global temperatures of 0.3 to 0.5 degrees Celsius. Now it is being considered whether such amounts of sulfur dioxide should not be artificially applied there. But the problem with this is that it can lead to what is known as “acid rain,” which damages vegetation.
But that’s not all. Large volcanic eruptions have caused record winters and famines in the past. For example, the Huaynaputina eruption in Peru in 1600. The massive amounts of ash and sulfur dioxide in the stratosphere led to the worst famine in Russian history (1601-1603), and Europe also experienced exceptionally cold winters, late harvests and problems in the food supply. One study states:
The early years of the 17th century are among the coldest of the past two millennia in several Northern Hemisphere (NH) summer temperature reconstructions, particularly those based on tree ring density (Schneider et al., 2015; Stoffel et al., 2015; Guillet et al., 2017). Several reconstructions place 1601 as the coldest summer and/or 1600-1609 as the decade with the coldest NH summer temperatures in at least the past 420 years (D’Arrigo et al., 2006, 2009). In addition, 1601 stands out as an extremely cold and/or dry summer in numerous regional climate reconstructions around the North Atlantic, including those for Quebec (Gennaretti et al., 2014) and Scandinavia (McCarroll et al., 2013).
And the climate fanatics actually believe that they would do something good by spreading sulfur dioxide into the stratosphere. These are experiments that can have completely unpredictable and fatal effects on the weather and the global climate. Something that Bill Gates, for example, also supports. Solar geoengineering, as it is called, which is obviously not a conspiracy theory but is being seriously considered. A Mexican company is already taking this seriously, as we reported. But how far will this go?
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