Is It OK to Tinker With The Environment to Fight Climate Change?
” For the past few years, the Harvard professor David Keith has been sketching this vision: Ten Gulfstream jets, outfitted with special engines that allow them to fly safely around the stratosphere at an altitude of 70,000 feet, take off from a runway near the Equator…
Their cargo includes thousands of pounds of a chemical compound — liquid sulfur, let’s suppose — that can be sprayed as a gas from the aircraft. It is not a one-time event; the flights take place throughout the year, dispersing a load that amounts to 25,000 tons.”
LINK: Sulfur, Sulfur, Toil and Trouble
NOTE: Deliberately adding tons of chemical compound into our atmosphere is environmental warfare.