A leading climate scientist from the U.K. had a Freudian slip moment recently when he admitted, perhaps without realizing it, that climate geoengineering in the form of "chemtrails" is not only not some wild conspiracy theory, but is an actual thing happening all around the world right now.
Professor Tim Lenton, chair of Climate Change/Earth Systems Science at the University of Exeter in the U.K., participated in a question and answer session at the Our Common Future Under Climate Change conference in Paris back in July, where he agreed to answer a compelling question about weather modification and its effects on our planet.
Olga Raffa from Chemtrails Project U.K. asked Prof. Lenton why "ongoing" geoengineering programs are taking place without any research as to their outcomes. She also asked about how the use of "aerosols" is justified when the aluminum, barium and other chemicals they contain is a known killer of bees.
"I represent a large group of people who are wondering why programs such as weather modification and ongoing geoengineering programs throughout the world have not been taken into consideration with a lot of the research done," Raffa asked, pointing to the ongoing climate change debate and its lack of attention on geoengineering.
"And we notice, on a daily basis, that our environment is being tipped through the aerosols being dumped into the atmosphere blocking our sun. And there seems to be a lot of aluminum in the environment – within the bees now have aluminum, and it's destroying their, well, there's a bee collapse obviously with the insects and the biodiversity."
Raffa also brought up electromagnetic radiation (EMF), HAARP (the High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program), covert military programs and other hard-hitting topics that many other climate scientists have chosen to ignore – but not Prof. Lenton.
In his response to Raffa's questions, Prof. Lenton expressed opposition to "sunlight reflection methods" and "large-scale carbon removal methods," both of which are among the excuses given for spraying the skies with streaming banners of clouding chemicals.
Prof. Lenton admits to 'current uncontrolled experiment' in reference to geoengineering
However, in a follow-up question posed by Dr. Colin Pritchard from the University of Edinburgh, Prof. Lenton offered even more along the lines of admission that such weather modification programs are not just proposed concepts for the future, but actual activity taking place today.
When pressed about his thoughts on the dangers inherent to "enormous global-scale uncontrolled experiment[s]" using geoengineering, Prof. Lenton responded:
"I think we have to be nuanced on specific proposals, specific technologies. But I think we can perhaps all agree that certainly none of us want to continue the current uncontrolled experiment."
In other words, governments and whomever else are involved in geoengineering efforts are currently engaged in a large-scale, uncontrolled experiment, according to this admission by Prof. Lenton. And like many of the rest of us, he wants to see this experiment halted in favor of sound scientific proposals.
But in order to get there, it must first be acknowledged that this experiment is real, which is something that chemtrail-deniers can't seem to get through their dense skulls. It's no longer an argument over whether or not chemtrails are real – they are – but rather whether or not they've begun, which mounting evidence suggests was many, many years ago.
Prof. Lenton has since denied that his statements were in reference to geoengineering and chemtrails, but Chemtrails Project U.K. says this is just a lame attempt at backtracking.
"It is ... clear that the 'uncontrolled experiment' that Lenton refers to is the same 'uncontrolled experiment in geoengineering' concern raised by Pritchard," the group maintains. "We know this because the former is immediately addressing the latter."
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