French security forces are understood to favor a blanket ban on public demonstrations against it.
There are many conspiracy theorists that believe the move is one of the reasons why the terrorist attacks happened in the first place. They were executed in order to place an even greater security operation at the talks, so no opposition or even talk of illegal geoengineering can be brought up at the summit, some theorists believe.
Uncertainty, cost, equity, and other factors have plagued climate disruption proponents, however, it has not stopped their zeal for discussing a myopic regulatory response and a possible “weather control” scenario where geoengineering is the last resort. At least that is what they claim. There is a lot of evidence to support that geoengineering has already happened and the results have set a dangerous precedent.
The mad schemes of geoengineering are a threat to the planet and it is also evident that so are global warming alarmists; especially alarmists with enough money to carry out experiments that could create an environmental catastrophe such as methane releases into the atmosphere, earthquakes and weather modification.
In ocean iron fertilization, for example, the amount of carbon dioxide removed from the atmosphere may be much lower than predicted, as carbon taken up by plankton may be released back into the atmosphere from dead plankton, rather than being carried to the bottom of the sea and sequestered.
Russ George is one of those mad individuals that feels it is his duty to combat global warming with his company, Planktos. Planktos’ big idea for combating global warming is that you dump some iron into the ocean, it creates a massive phytoplankton bloom, then the algae absorbs carbon dioxide through the process of photosynthesis.
The idea that he proposed was declared risky and possibly reckless. The thing that was overlooked by him and his band of mad scientists is that when algae dies, it emits methane which is worse for the atmosphere than carbon dioxide. However, the obvious risks of dumping chemicals into the ocean did not faze George and his half-baked effort at geoengineering. It did not stop him as George dumped 100 tons of iron sulphate into the Pacific Ocean.
The first reports about the project, which appeared in British newspaper, The Guardian on the 15th of October 2012, presented it as a rogue geoengineering scheme – the largest in history and in “blatant violation” of international treaties.
Critics suggested that Russ George had persuaded the Haida Nation village of Old Massett on the Queen Charlotte Islands of Haida Gwaii, to fund the project by promising it would be possible to sell carbon credits for the carbon dioxide taken up by phytoplankton. He is now being investigated for misrepresenting his intentions and violating a moratorium on climate modification and geoengineering efforts.
Andrew Parker of the Belfer Center at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government told the New York Times that George’s actions had apparently violated an international convention on ocean dumping and a U.N. Convention on Ocean Fertilization for geoengineering purposes, along with a set of voluntary principles on geoengineering developed at Oxford.
George maintained plausible deniability by once again claiming that he wasn’t geo-engineering at all: he was just trying to help the indigenous Haida people who live the region to re-invigorate their salmon fishery by increasing the fishes’ food supply. Scientists can only be outraged at such a rogue display of mad science.
Residents in the Spanish city of Zamora reported last year that what appeared to be raindrops of blood were falling from the sky — leading to fears that some hazardous chemical was pouring down on them, or worse, that an Old Testament plague was about to strike.
After receiving a few samples of the so-called blood rain, scientists at the University of Salamanca were able to run some tests on the substance and determined that what fell on Zamora was something far less nefarious. The liquid turned out to be rain water infused with Haematococcus Pluvialis, a freshwater green microalgae capable of synthesizing a red carotene pigment called, astaxanthin.
While the mystery of what the red liquid was had been solved, there was still confusion over how it got there. The microalgae is not found in Mediterranean climates, so scientists’ top hypothesis is that it may have been blown across the ocean by westerly winds, possibly from North America.
Or, were they victims of geoengineering gone wrong?
Nearly 8 years ago, during the biggest hype of the global warming fears, there were scientists who were saying the planet was facing something akin to an extinction level environmental catastrophe. The entire process of a scientific scare gave way to all sorts of movements towards pressuring people into believing that anthropogenic global warming was indeed a reality and that there needed to be some very drastic measures to be carried out in order to avoid a major environmental catastrophe.
It was argued that perhaps the planet was beyond repairing itself and that it was mankind’s responsibility to go in and do a surgical “operation” called geoengineering.
Geoengineering of the planet has been called many other things: climate engineering, climate remediation, climate intervention and, in some circles, it is compared to planetary chemotherapy.
While skeptics argue that there is no way science has the power to control the weather, science has said they have the power in extreme conditions to alter the atmosphere and will do it if necessary to somehow “save” the planet from extinction.
What we are truly witnessing with geoengineering is junk science evolving into mad science and literally confirming all of the fears presented by those who keep a close watch on things like chemtrails or ionospheric heating.
Chemtrails of course, are often said to be lunacy by skeptics. The skeptics say that most people have not paid attention in science class and that what people are seeing are normal contrails. In fact, even the term Chemtrails is now being frowned upon by most investigators and the new term that should be used is “lingering contrails.”
Now, there seems to be a new anomaly that is being seen by observers, which is “Chemwebs.” Once again, skeptics believe they have completely debunked this phenomenon as simple spider webs, and while a lot of what has been produced as evidence is spider webs, there are other samples that have been produced that have the consistency of stringy glue , or a mixture like tooth paste and cotton candy. It has been reported that falling from some of the known chemtrails are white, heavy, and gooey raindrops that when they hit the earth evaporate into a fibrous substance.
We first reported the gooey fibrous material when we interviewed Arizona residents Marie Snow and her friend Cori Gunnels, last year.
Both say that they saw what appeared to be 50 to 60-foot long “raindrops” falling from the sky in clusters, after three military aircraft, including a C-130, flew overhead, minutes prior, at an altitude of an estimated 5,000-8,000 ft.
Snow and Gunnels, decided to collect samples of the fibrous material which was deployed from the three military planes over Chino Valley, Arizona, saving the samples for testing. In fact, the fibers looked so ominous that Snow even opted not to touch them with her “bare hands” and collected them on “white pieces of paper.”
The details of the find sound similar to a case that I recently reported on a cable television show called “Monsters and Mysteries in America.” In a report for the cable show, I spoke about similar events that happened in the summer of 1994.
A bizarre sequence of events began to occur in the small town of Oakville, Washington. Gelatinous blobs of biological material began to rain down over an area of over 20 square miles during a storm.
It would happen six times in 1994, and continue periodically thereafter. The latest was during the third week of June 1997.
The substance that fell had a mushy consistency and smelled like human waste. Members of the town became ill with flu-like symptoms when they came in contact with it. The substance was then sent to a lab for testing. The substance contained human white blood cells.
Lab technicians said that the sample had two types of bacteria, one of which could be found in the human digestive tract. The answer was clear; at least, it seemed clear enough. Authorities thought it had to be human waste from an airliner; however, FAA regulations require that waste matter dropped from aircraft be dyed blue. People of the area claim that before their town was hit with the substance, there were strange aircraft and contrail activity over both Oakville and Everett, Washington.
The military had suggested that what fell from the sky were jellyfish remains that remained in suspension after war game drills were carried out and bombs were dropped into the ocean 20 miles away.
Now keep in mind this report happened long before there was a so-called chemtrail hysteria that has been reported for years.
Lately, there have been stories of chemweb drops in various parts of the country, and after the drop of this material there seems to be a spate of weird weather in the area where this substance falls.
Worried residents of Texas and Arizona and Ohio have been trying to find answers after mysterious white fibers were seen falling from the sky late last month. We even received a sample of this gooey fibrous material from Oregon resident, Joshua Kelly.
Chemwebs have been reported in France and all over Europe. What is being reported in the European press is chilling. The explanation for these fibers is that it is part of an experiment to test the delivery of biological agents against an enemy.
While the fibers so far have been “non lethal,” the experiments being carried out by the U.K.’s Ministry of Defence are not.
Researchers working for the UK’s Ministry of Defence have been spraying spider webs with diseases including Ebola and the Black Death. The research is being conducted to test the lifespan of the bacteria and viruses that cause the diseases while in the environment.
It could prove vital in helping officials work out how long an area hit by a biological weapon will remain hazardous following an attack.
So far, the chemwebs in the United States have been inert, carrying the same chemicals and heavy metals found in chemtrails. It may be that the web-like strands are stimulants that can eventually used to carry diseases or they could be carrying them now.
However, it appears that chemweb activity is linked to what is called Stratospheric Aerosol Geoengineering. Stratospheric Aerosol Geoengineering is a primary term for the ongoing global climate modification programs being conducted by major powers around the world. “Aerosols” is simply a term to describe microscopic particles and sometimes fibrous strands that are suspended in the air. Some say this presents what can be called a “solar shield” that can create a cooling effect.
A lot of toxic metals are showing up in countless precipitation tests around the world. The amount of aluminum, barium, and other metals in these tests is always high.
It is being proposed that while anthropogenic global warming is being blamed on the use fossil fuels, the climate science proponents seldom speak how geo-engineering anomalies are a dangerous threat to the ecosystem.
The “hydrological cycle” of the planet is being completely disrupted by the geoengineering aerosol saturation of the atmosphere.
We are also seeing an increase of fungal proliferation in rainfall and snow carrying with it severe health problems that consist of cough, allergenic symptoms, candida that resists antifungals.
Pulmonary disorders are common when the atmosphere is filled with particulates, soils are contaminated with the geoengineering fallout, and waters are polluted with the same.
Everyone including animals are feeling the effects.
Lung scarring and thickening is increasing in both Europe and the United States, while there has been no apparent connection to chemtrail and chemweb tests – it is interesting to see how early death is being caused by Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis.
Mortality from Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis is increasing steadily worldwide, despite the fact that death certification will almost certainly underestimate true mortality. It has been estimated that there will be between 28,000 and 65,000 deaths in Europe and between 13,000 and 17,000 deaths in the United States from Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis clinical syndrome.
We are all quite literally under assault. The threat to all life on earth from the global weather modification programs cannot be overstated. It is up to all of us to help in the task of bringing these programs to light, and to a halt, so the planet can begin to recover.