Dr. Matthew Watson from Bristol University in the UK told the media recently that he’s “terrified” by many of the geoengineering projects currently
in the works to thwart man-made climate change, a phenomenon being hawked as an excuse for weather modification programs by many in mainstream science as a ‘threat to humanity.’
Dr. Watson recently told Daily Mail UK online that he is:
“. . . terrified, because the potential for misstep is considerable.”
He is working on a $2.8 million weather manipulation project of the exact type that he says he is so afraid of. The project will inject sulfur particles into the Earth’s atmosphere with the stated goal of blocking the sun’s rays from reaching Earth, ostensibly to keep the earth from getting too warm. The project is called SPICE, and Dr. Watson leads the study.
Earth is shown here pictured from space.
Watson has already faced setbacks, since one plan to release a huge balloon into the air to release the sulfur particles was scraped over patenting disputes. He says that millions have already been spent on research though scientists are ‘decades away’ from where they want to be, and no known studies on the possible dire ramifications of aerosol spraying have been released to the public.
Many are also wary of the reasons being touted as necessary for aerosol particles are being dumped into our airways.
“Stratospheric aerosol geoengineering is a primary term for the ongoing global climate modification programs being conducted by major powers around the world. “Aerosols” is simply a term for a microscopic particle that is suspended in the air. A primary stated goal of the geoengineering programs is to provide a “solar shield” to slow “runaway climate change” by spraying tens of millions of tons of highly toxic metal nano particulates (a nanometer is 1/1,000,000,000 of a meter) into the atmosphere from jet aircraft.”
Several proposals for geoengineering have been proposed, illustrated here, But Dr Watson said resorting to these measures amounted to us admitting we could no longer save the planet by managing our global emissions – and meant we had failed to look after Earth.
Aluminum, and other toxic particles are showing up in rain tests around the world. Snow tests conducted in Mt Shasta, California were especially alarming.
I urge you to do more of your own research into this matter. If a geo-engineering scientists is ringing alarm bells, it is certainly time to listen.