July 30, 2022 | Zero Geoengineering | Who is involved in intentionally polluting our skies and interfering with Earth’s natural weather and climate? It’s essential to know if ongoing unregulated interventions are actually causing the environmental catastrophe and destruction that we are witnessing worldwide.
When analyzing environmental problems, it’s crucial to scrutinize the role of the last 80+ years of unregulated cloud-seeding, weather modification and atmospheric testing in largely contributing to, or in creating, current weather and climate extremes.
The US government, many alphabet agencies, universities, private individuals, the UN WMO and governments around the world are engaged in various atmospheric “research” programs that have remained outside of the context of public oversight and legitimate Constitutional governance for decades.
NOTE: One of the original purposes of weather modification was weaponry. Cloud-seeding and other extremely hazardous atmospheric activities, presently exclude public consent mechanisms and legitimate regulatory constraints, therefore, could be defined as environmental warfare and must be banned.
Chemical Sciences Laboratory – AEROMMA
| National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration ( NOAA ) and Department of Commerce Coordination and Funding of Chemical Sciences Laboratory Atmospheric “Research” Programs | AEROMMA| Schedules and Flight Planning |Platforms | Partners | Participants | Coordinating Activities | CUPiDS | AEROMMA Coordinating Activities | Earth’s Radiation Budget | Clouds Aerosol and Climate | Aerosol Composition and Chemical Processes | Field Campaigns | Instruments | Measurements | SABRE Platform _Payload _Planning |
The contaminants listed in NOAA’s CUPiD planned pollution plumes include ( but may not be limited to ) Carbon Monoxide ( CO ), Carbon Dioxide ( CO2 ), Methane ( CH4 ), and Ozone ( O3 ).
Nitrogen Dioxide NO2
If you’d like to get involved in efforts to ban potentially hazardous atmospheric activities and preserve a clean atmosphere, email: firstname.lastname@example.org