You can’t make this type of stuff up.
According to various reports Bill Gates is involved in efforts to dim the sun.
Sources say that experiments are already under way to use non-toxic aerosols in a way as to control the amount of sunlight within the atmosphere.
The whole aim of the project is to combat global warming, or so the articles say.
Could there be something more sinister going on?
There are a lot of people who suspect Bill Gates of being involved in some pretty dark things to say the least.
So much mistrust exists for this guy, and it isn’t very hard to see why.
Everything from the farmland he is buying, to the gene harvesting tech he funded in China, and now this are all regularly pointed out by media and news outlets.
Take a look:
Fox News had this to report:
Microsoft founder Bill Gates is throwing financial support behind the development of a sun-dimming technology that aims to reflect sunlight out of Earth’s atmosphere, thereby triggering a global cooling reaction.
"Apocalypse Never" author Michael Shellenberger called the idea "bonkers" in an appearance on "Tucker Carlson Tonight" Thursday, before warning against the "grossly irresponsible" experiment.
The Stratospheric Controlled Perturbation Experiment, which is being conducted by Harvard University scientists, will study whether spraying a sun-reflecting aerosol, such as non-toxic calcium carbonate (CaCO3) dust into the atmosphere could offset the effects of global warming, according to a Forbes report.
Scientific American presented more info on the project:
The first test of the project, called the Stratospheric Controlled Perturbation Experiment, is meant to see how well the balloon will operate in the thinning atmosphere at a height of 12.4 miles with an equipment payload of 1,323 pounds.
If it works, then a following test would use the propellers to slowly scatter and mix a small amount of calcium carbonate, a common form of mineral dust, into the atmosphere. The idea is to use about 4 pounds of the dust to create a test “beaker,” or a cloud that’s about 0.62 mile long and 328 feet in diameter.
After that, the balloon could loiter for as long as 24 hours, using instruments to test how the particles interact with each other and if they can limit solar radiation, thus reducing the amount being reflecting back into the atmosphere to be trapped there by former emissions. The geoengineering program is meant to prevent heat from building up in the atmosphere.