Harvard Researchers Are Preparing to Geoengineer the Atmosphere

In a first-of-its-kind study, scientists will disperse aerosols into the stratosphere in initial tests of a controversial technique for blocking incoming solar radiation.

A team of Harvard researchers is preparing a first-of-its-kind field experiment in the hotly-debated area of solar geoengineering, the controversial idea to combat climate change by pumping aerosols into the sky to reflect the sun’s rays back into space.

The study will be the first to actually shoot tiny amounts of material into the stratosphere to study solar geoengineering — although researchers caution they will start with water vapor and won’t exceed volumes over 1 kilogram of any substance.

Yet the concept of intentionally modifying the earth’s atmosphere as a corrective for global warming is highly contentious, even among those who believe it could one day be used responsibly…. read more

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2 thoughts on “Harvard Researchers Are Preparing to Geoengineer the Atmosphere

  1. I can certainly say that for the last year FOR sure and maybe longer, it has been very clear to me that you can see the sky is not normal. The clouds are not normal! You can see the X they make. You can see it does not dissipate. It spreads out and as they continue one line after another you notice the once straight line becomes a stretched out blanket of white. Not like a normal cloud, but like a piece of fiber glass or something. Nothing is normal anymore. I am thankful! It makes it very clear to those who have the eyes to see and the ears to hear. Praise God!!!! Keep Looking Up!!!

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    1. Yes! This subject boggles my mind, because they are purposely doing this and yet at the same time hollering climate change. The earth is heating up! Is this from those chemicals? Who knows but I do know the earth is heating up because of what the Word of God says. Thank you for sharing.

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