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Climate Engineering to Fight Global Warming? What Could Go Wrong!

Climate Engineering to Fight Global Warming? What Could Go Wrong!

Two years ago, a documentary, “The Dimming: Exposing The Global Climate Engineering Cover-Up,” was released by Dane Wigington of Geoengineering Watch. The documentary claimed that climate engineering had been going on for decades, and there had been a massive cover-up.

In fact, Yahoo Finance reported in 2019 that “Bill Gates backs plan to tackle climate change by blocking out the sun.”

Note that the UK already has a feasibility study project of its own about a decade before this called SPICE, or Stratospheric Particle Injection for Climate Engineering. It states on its website that it is “investigating the feasibility of putting particles into the stratosphere in order to affect global temperatures.”

On June 30, the White House published a report about research into a possible plan to artificially block sunlight to prevent the warming of the Earth.

What could go wrong with that? Besides, it is a solution looking for a problem.

Climate changes! It is driven by the sun, not human activity. And even if you believed humans, with their cattle grazing and farming practices, make a contribution, it is infinitesimal compared to the effects of the sun on climate.

Global Warming? Cooling?

According to David Archibald, a Perth-based climate scientist, the impact of carbon dioxide emissions on world temperatures is minuscule, and what has caused the slight warming of the temperature in the last decade of the 20th century was the sun.

In the previous century, the sun was more active than at any time since the “Medieval Warm Period.”

“The existence of the Medieval Warm Period is corroborated by the Greenland borehole temperature data, which shows that Greenland was 1.5 degrees Celsius warmer 1,000 ago than it is today …

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