The weather is doing some unusual things this year, and there is no consensus on what is bringing about such dramatic changes to our climate. Is it global warming, climate change, ocean warming, or maybe geoengineering?
The gulf port city of Houston, TX, the fourth largest city in the United States, has already seen three snowfalls so far this year, something that has only happened once in recorded history, in 1973. And considering that February is still to come, which is historically the month most likely to bring snow to the area, local Houston news station, KHOU, is warning of a record-breaking fourth snowfall.
“That would be a first in Houston’s recorded history, dating back to the late 1800s — and it’s possible early next month. Certainly, if you go far enough back in geologic time you could find a year when it’s happened in this spot on the planet, but it’s absolutely unheard of from the perspective of people actually living here.” [Source]
Such bizarre weather as this in Houston follows the unbelievable flooding and devastation brought to the area last summer when Hurricane Harvey dumped biblical amounts rain on the region, causing unprecedented catastrophic flooding.
So, the question is, if such dramatic changes in climate are indeed anthropogenic, then are we talking about the secondary effects of human impact, or are we talking about a direct influence on the weather, such as geoengineering?
Just a few short years ago a supposition such as geoengineering would have instantly invoked the catch-all thought-stopping label ‘conspiracy theory,’ but today we find that more and more mainstream news outlets are open to the idea of weather modification. It actually seems almost as if they’ve been directed to discuss this ‘conspiracy theory’ whenever possible in order to normalize the idea of tampering with the environment, supposedly in order to save ourselves from ourselves.
“Tweaking the global thermostat is going to require a lot of control, and nobody really knows how much will be too much.” [Wired]
In the case of Houston, a reporter did exactly that, informing the public that geoengineering projects were in our future and will be impacting Houston weather in coming years.
“Overwhelming scientific consensus concludes that human-caused climate change is very real, but of course when you’re in the middle of a cold winter, the idea of warmer days can be appealing!
To artificially cool the planet, pilots would inject sulfur dioxide (SO2) high into the stratosphere, blocking solar radiation — exactly like a large volcano eruption would do — effectively reducing the amount of total sunshine absorbed by our planet and resulting in a measurable cool down. In 1991, when Mt. Pinatubo exploded, global temps dropped nearly 1°F, making for a cooler summer and colder winter. Some climate scientists say using this method of geoengineering is a viable way to, “undo” the warming damage done by our greenhouse gas producing carbon-based industry and transportation.” [Source]
The mindbender here, though, is the fact that mainstream outlets are now suggesting that once geongineering kicks off, it will be too dangerous to stop it, for the effects of the reversal would be totally devastating. What?
USA Today recently pitched this idea to its readers, who are undoubtedly of mainstream thought and weary of considering the volumes of information already published on this issue by independent journalists and alternative news.
To counteract global warming, humans may someday consider spraying sulfur dioxide into the atmosphere to form clouds — and artificially cool the Earth.
The idea behind the process, known as geoengineering, is to keep global warming under control — with the ideal solution still being a reduction in the emissions of greenhouse gases.
However, suddenly stopping that spraying would have a “devastating” global impact on animals and plants, potentially even leading to extinction, according to the first study on the potential biological impacts of climate intervention.
“Rapid warming after stopping geoengineering would be a huge threat to the natural environment and biodiversity,” said study co-author Alan Robock of Rutgers University. “If geoengineering ever stopped abruptly, it would be devastating, so you would have to be sure that it could be stopped gradually, and it is easy to think of scenarios that would prevent that.” [Source]
They are talking about atmospheric spraying, or chemtrails, another so-called ‘conspiracy theory.’
What’s most interesting in the above video, though, is emotional impact of the presentation, the conclusion, and the assumptions made along the way. Accompanying the voiceover are video clips of terrible smog and pollution and over-crowded urban regions, while suggesting there is already a consensus on the need for geoengineering, then concluding that Trump is somehow already to blame for preventing us from saving the planet with chemtrail spraying.
“What if, what if, what if. My point is simply we don’t know. While it can be argued that human emissions of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases since the Industrial Revolution have effectively acted to already geoengineer our climate — to be warmer — can attempting to undo the damage do more harm than good? What about crops and animals that have already adapted to a warmer planet? Would sending them back to a climate resembling the icier times of the turn of the century (when the Thames River in London froze) be a benefit?
There are moral and legal questions abound.” [Source]
Yeah, what if? What if mainstream press looked at the total body of evidence on geoengineering dating all the way back to the 1940’s when General Electric oversaw the development of cloud seeding research and with Project Cirrus was able to change the course of a major hurricane?
“Later, they found out the reason for the rough skies. Immediately after they had seeded it, the hurricane, made a dramatic dogleg turn. Inscribing a huge 7 over the Atlantic Ocean, it turned westward and plowed back to the mainland. It was battering Savannah with eighty-to-one-hundred-mile-an-hour winds when they flew over.” ~Ginger Strand
“Is there equipment such as this on the ground in the oil facilities and other infrastructure components of the oil and gas industry in the area of Houston? If so, could they have been strategically employed to refuel Harvey, something which would have required deliberate planning and coordination?” [Source]
Geoengineering is total madness. It’s the human God-Complex reaching up into the heavens to take control. If you want to improve life on earth and stop the processes which are most damaging to our planet, then break the grip of the fossil fuels industry and allow the full exploration and marketization of new energy technologies.
While this outcome is unlikely in such a criminally controlled environment as we have today, it appears the powers-that-be will be officially rolling out geoengineering soon. Even if they already admit that it is a one way street with no return, and abandoning course along the way would cause mass extinctions. Total madness.