Geoengineering being pushed mainstream?
Earlier today the USA Today published an article "Creating clouds to stop global warming could wreak havoc"
In the article the author, Doyle Rice presents the "hypothetical" geoengineering that may one day be necessary to stop global warming and climate change. However, Rice quotes Alan Robock of Rutgers University who says "If geoengineering ever stopped abruptly, it would be devastating, so you would have to be sure that it could be stopped gradually, and it is easy to think of scenarios that would prevent that." He blatantly admits that geoengineering, otherwise known as chemtrails are indeed happening.
So it looks like all chemtrail believers are now being proven right. As if we didn't know that already? Rice, continues to speak of geoengineering as if it doesn't exist despite the fact that the people he interviewed are arguing that if it stops, our planet is doomed.
The article ends by saying that "Both procedures remain theoretical and untested at this point." Not according to Alan Robock who was also quoted by saying, "Rapid warming after stopping geoengineering would be a huge threat to the natural environment and biodiversity". When will the denial end.
The slow and steady drip of information is beginning to subtly make it's way into the mainstream. Will the masses remain oblivious to blatant information in front of them? Or can we shake them from their trances and convince them that the red pill is... and life saving?