The United Nations (UN) issued an alarming report on Monday, August 9, on alleged global warming and climate change and announced that it is studying the possibility of spraying “sulfate aerosols” on the Earth’s surface to reduce the impact of the sun’s rays and thus reduce the global temperature.
Reuters reports that the “code red” report warned of “deadly heat waves, gigantic hurricanes and other weather extremes” if drastic measures are not taken quickly to halt man-made climate change.
The body that issued the controversial report is the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), which did not hesitate to blame humans for natural disasters, prompting Secretary-General Antonio Guterres to call for a total end to use coal and fossil fuels.
According to the report, the UN is actively considering “controversial methods” of geoengineering to limit and reverse global temperature increases.
Among the geoengineering options being seriously considered, which proved extremely alarming to some scientists, is the targeted release of certain chemicals into the earth’s atmosphere, which, according to the IPCC, could reduce the earth’s average global temperature.
“For example, humans could spray sulfate aerosols – tiny reflective particles – into the stratosphere 20 to 25 kilometers (12 to 16 miles) above the earth’s surface to reflect more sunlight back into space, which lowers global temperatures,” states the report.
Many scientists raised the alarm that humans are beginning to “play games to change the earth’s climate,” warning that the experiments could have catastrophic consequences for humanity.
Govindasamy Bala, the lead author of the Indian Institute of Science report, commented that science is in a position to spray sulfate aerosols into the atmosphere. But he also warned that these particles have the side effect of reducing average precipitation. An alternative method would also have to be implemented to dilute the higher clouds to counteract the effect and increase precipitation.
Now, “I think the next big question is, do you want to do it…That involves uncertainty, moral issues, ethical issues and governance,” said the scientist.
He also pointed out that some regions could “win” with a potentially colder world with such interventions. In contrast, others would be highly disadvantaged, with all existing agricultural and livestock production conditions eliminated.
Paulo Artaxo, another lead author and environmental physicist at the University of Sao Paulo, asserted that “the science is not mature enough” to implement geoengineering.
“The side effects of any of the known geoengineering techniques can be very significant… Society has to consider if these side effects are too big to try any strategy.”
Globalist sectors have been at the forefront of studying these controversial geoengineering methods to artificially modify the climate, such as spraying sulfate aerosols or even stationing giant spacecraft over the earth to deflect sunlight.
Much of the lobbying to implement such measures was funded by the likes of Bill Gates, who in 2012 joined with groups of scientists to publicly fund and advocate “geoengineering methods such as spraying millions of tons of reflective sulfur dioxide particles 30 miles above the earth,” seeking to generate this very effect.
For the time being, among the promoters of spreading climate change panic, the same people who seek to implement the so-called “Green New Deal,” there seems to be a consensus on eliminating the use of fossil fuels in the short term. This could generate a truly chaotic scenario worldwide, including a total breakdown of the traditional economy. At the same time, there could be intense energy and logistical collapses that would isolate millions of people around the world.