Scientists Publish Paper discussing the dangers of Geo-Engineering Programs

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By: Derrick Broze

A team of scientists from Japan, North America, and Europe has published a paper in the Journal of Geophysical Research–Atmospheres discussing the dangers of Geoengineering programs, namely Solar Radiation Management (SRM) which involves seeding the sky with reflective aluminum or sulfate particles to reflect the sun’s light in hopes of reducing global temperatures. The team drew a familiar conclusion: If scientists start massive geoengineering programs they run the risk of creating drought or other natural disasters if the programs are discontinued. Although governments around the world deny geoengineering programs are currently active a number of whisteblowers and researchers have shown the programs are already taking place in many western nations.

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