Scientific Research explaining why they are spraying the sky's around
the world. Learn and more importantly do something about the Chemtrails
being sprayed. Learn the details here in this short film. UN Environment
Program: 200 Species Extinct Every Day, Unlike Anything Since Dinosaurs
Disappeared 65 Million Years Ago. According to the UN Environment
Program, the Earth is in the midst of a mass extinction of life.
estimate that 150-200 species of plant, insect, bird and mammal become
extinct every 24 hours. This is nearly 1,000 times the "natural" or
"background" rate and, say many biologists, is greater than anything the
world has experienced since the vanishing of the dinosaurs nearly 65m
Many people (dis-informed people) were saying they
don't seed or spray the sky's, and well... all I have to do is look up
or look at the documents I have to show these are plain ignorant to
facts and data. Maybe they are in denial.
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video show jets airliners and equipment used for jets airliners. No
implied meaning other than "airliner" equipment is intended. For
example: the tanks shown in this video represent "water" tanks and may
or may not contain any other known chemical other than water. Any
images shown in this video are part of the public domain available on
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This video is for intended for learning purposes and may contain facts
unaware to the general public.
concept of geoengineering has two meanings: The science of measuring
and modelling the earth for applications within civil engineering,
climate engineering, climate remediation, and climate intervention.
is commonly taken to mean the deliberate large-scale manipulation of
the planetary environment to counteract anthropogenic climate change.
is distinct from large-scale environmental damage and accidental
anthropogenic climate change, which are side-effects of human activity,
rather than an intended consequence. Definitions of the term are not
universally accepted. The global extraction of hydrocarbons from the
sub-surface using integrated geoscience and engineering technology has
been termed 'petroleum geoengineering' as an activity with global
impact. The Oxford English Dictionary defines geoengineering as "the
deliberate large-scale manipulation of an environmental process that
affects the earth's climate, in an attempt to counteract the effects of
The techniques themselves
may cause significant foreseen or unforeseen harm. For example, the use
of reflective balloons may result in significant litter, which may be
harmful to wildlife.
Ozone depletion is a risk of some geoengineering techniques, notably those involving sulfur delivery into the stratosphere.
active nature of geoengineering may in some cases create a clear
division between winners and losers. Most of the proposed interventions
are regional, such as albedo modification in the Arctic.
may be unintended climatic consequences, such as changes to the
hydrological cycle including droughts or floods, caused by the
geoengineering techniques, but possibly not predicted by the models used
to plan them. Such effects may be cumulative or chaotic in nature,
making prediction and control very difficult.