[A message to Disinformation readers from Jim Marrs, author of Above Top Secret]:
Once again, it seems I was right about an issue, this time my complaining about Chemtrails. Germany recently admitted to an aerosol spraying program and now the AP reports that just such a program is contemplated by the Obama administration. As expected, they are treading carefully and opposition is already rising:
The American Meteorological Society is crafting a policy statement on geoengineering that says “it is prudent to consider geoengineering’s potential, to understand its limits and to avoid rash deployment.”
Holdren noted that shooting particles into the air—making an artificial volcano as one Nobel laureate has suggested—could have grave side effects and would not completely solve all the problems from soaring greenhouse gas emissions. So such actions could not be taken lightly, he said.
But if they are now openly talking about a Chemtrail program, they knew about the possibility years ago. In fact, it was Dr. Edward Teller who first suggested seeding the upper atmosphere with heavy metals to create a heat shield and close ozone holes. They undoubtedly knew, in those days before the general public was conditioned to Global Warming scares, that people would naturally object to being sprayed with heavy metals so they did it covertly. Now they have such control and the public is so dumb and numb that they are openly talking about it and soon the spraying will be public policy.
AP Newsbreak: Obama looks at climate engineering
WASHINGTON (AP) – The president’s new science adviser said Wednesday that global warming is so dire, the Obama administration is discussing radical technologies to cool Earth’s air.
John Holdren told The Associated Press in his first interview since being confirmed last month that the idea of geoengineering the climate is being discussed. One such extreme option includes shooting pollution particles into the upper atmosphere to reflect the sun’s rays. Holdren said such an experimental measure would only be used as a last resort. [Click here for full article]