Dane Wigington | Climate Engineering Cover-Up: Geoengineering Over Our Oceans | July 17, 2018

Source: GeoengineeringWatch.org

NASA tells us that the shockingly visible and very extensive "tracks" (or trails) being witnessed on satellite imagery over oceans are ALL the result of pollution being produced by ships, which is in turn creating “clouds” as an unintended consequence. Does the “official narrative” from NASA actually hold up to an examination of the facts?

NASA is nothing more than an arm of the military industrial complex, covering the tracks of the climate engineers and SRM operations is a part of their mission.

Two NASA statements are below:

"Scientists are interested in ship tracks because they want to understand how human emissions influence clouds and, ultimately, Earth’s climate." ~NASA

"Ship tracks have shown that clouds that form around man-made aerosols are brighter than other clouds. Man-made aerosols are smaller than natural particles, so the clouds that form around man-made aerosols are made up of smaller cloud droplets. A cloud made of many smaller droplets reflects more light than a cloud made of few larger droplets, since the surface of each droplet reflects light. The brighter clouds that result from man-made aerosols reflect more of the Sun’s light back into space, decreasing the amount of light that reaches the Earth’s surface. This interaction of man-made aerosols with clouds has cooled the Earth, offsetting global warming, though scientists are still not sure by how much. More accurate predictions of future warming depend on understanding how much cooling the brighter clouds provide…" ~NASA

NASA, of course, does not in any way acknowledge the ongoing geoengineering / solar radiation management jet aircraft dispersions. The ongoing illegal global climate intervention programs are inflicting immense and irreparable damage to the climate and the overall life support systems of the planet. Each and every one of us is needed in the all important effort to reach a critical mass of awareness. Share credible data from a credible source, help us to sound the alarm. -Dane Wigington
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