Engineering Catastrophic Wildfires To Temporarily Cool Arctic With Smoke (Updated)
Are covert climate engineering operations connected to the exponentially increasing wildfires all over the world? June, 2019, was the hottest month ever recorded on our planet. July, 2019, is expected to break the all time heat record that was just set the month before. Scientists are frantically sounding the alarm about accelerating and immense Arctic heat and crashing polar ice. Unprecedented northern latitude wildfires are currently consuming millions of acres of forest, yet US mainstream media is almost silent about the unfolding cataclysm. As the environment and climate systems collapse around us all, how extreme can the desperation of the climate engineers become? How far are the geoengineers willing to go in their attempt to mask the unfolding climate collapse from the masses? Are the climate engineers willing to incinerate huge swaths of Earth’s remaining forests in order to temporarily cool parts of the planet with continent covering expanses of smoke? Regardless of the overall long term cost to the planet as a whole? Examine the dire data presented in this video report and decide for yourself.
We, all of us, are rapidly running out of time. If the biosphere is not soon freed from the ongoing global climate engineering assault, there will very soon be nothing left to salvage of our once thriving planet.
Photo credit: Oregon Air National Guard
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