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Subject Geoengineering & Solar Radiation Management: The 'Climate Change' Solution EXPOSED!
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We all know how TPTB invent, fund, and facilitate methods of divisiveness among the citizenry.aaa
They KNOW that the more we argue amongst ourselves, the less attention is focused on the REAL enemy.

One method to this madness, I believe, is the often heated 'chemtrail' debate. redface
Not many topics garner as much AC input on GLP, which some long-time members chalk up as 'shillery' at its finest.

I propose a solution to this madness: Let us enter into a debate devoid of conjecture and put the word chemtrail to bed momentarily. sleeping
Let us consider only the facts as they appear before us, free for all to acquire and share.

First, please familiarize yourself with the following, if you have yet to do so. book
Say what you will about Wikipedia's credibility as a true unbiased source of information,
but these links provide programs and information that you can research independently and at your own pace.

[link to en.wikipedia.org] - Geoengineering

'The National Academy of Sciences defined geoengineering as "options that would involve large-scale engineering of our environment in order to combat or counteract the effects of changes in atmospheric chemistry."'

[link to en.wikipedia.org] - Solar Radiation Management

"By intentionally changing the Earth's albedo, or reflectivity, scientists propose that we could reflect more heat back out into space, or intercept sunlight before it reaches the Earth through a literal shade built in space."
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This ^ quote ^ makes me ask 2 questions. hmm

1. So how would one go about intentionally changing the Earth's albedo?

[link to home.iprimus.com.au]

"Aerosols are both beneficial and harmful. They are beneficial because they protect us from an excessive exposure to solar radiation. They do it in two ways: by reflecting solar radiation and by helping in the formation of clouds that also reflect solar radiation."

"However, aerosols are also harmful to humans and to the environment, particularly aerosols containing sulphur and nitrogen compounds"
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Ok, so if sulphate aerosols are harmful to humans, TPTB wouldn't dare think of using them would they? Think again.

"The ability of stratospheric sulfur aerosols to create this global dimming effect has made them a possible candidate for use in geoengineering projects to limit the effect and impact of climate change due to rising levels of greenhouse gases."

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

"Cloud reflectivity enhancement is also known as 'cloud whitening' on low cloud. An opposite scheme exists to reduce the reflectivity of higher, colder cirrus clouds...However, like any planetary-scale project dealing with the complex climate system, there is a non-trivial risk of unintended consequences."

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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2. What is the current average reflectivity of our atmosphere?

[link to www.physicalgeography.net]

"Most of the reflection in our atmosphere occurs in clouds when light is intercepted by particles of liquid and frozen water. The reflectivity of a cloud can range from 40 to 90%...The Earth's average albedo, reflectance from both the atmosphere and the surface, is about 30%."
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TPTB would like to increase the average albedo of the Earth, in an effort to combat climate change, using atmospheric aerosol injection methods.

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