Professor: Geo-engineering climate change solution would destroy the ozone layer and kill people

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Professor David Karoly, of the University of Melbourne’s School of Earth Sciences, says another ‘pie in the sky’ solution is to shoot sulfur particles in the atmosphere to shield the earth from the sun. He says that would destroy the ozone layer.

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Has anybody stepped out into the sun lately? Others have affirmed what I have experienced: It's a lot easier to get a sunburn than it used to be. Has anybody else noticed?

They are illegally geoengineering the atmosphere of our planet, with a lot worse than sulfur particles. And now they want to do MORE: The need for geoengineering Do the lovely graphs convince you? There are lunatics calling themselves scientists, preparing the stage for disaster - in the name of "science". They will lead us to our deaths by trying to play God and manipulating systems that were not meant to be manipulated by man. There are Transhumanists (Google it) who believe that technology will surpass human being - we will be truly subsurvient to machine in all it's glory. These people are insane.

They have been chemtrailing the planet heavily for more than a decade now, not to mention the sacreligious cooking of the ionosphere (ie HAARP).

60 Minutes: nothing
New York Times: nothing
CNN: nothing
NPR: nothing
"progressive" talk radio: nothing
our so called political leaders: next to nothing


Thank you.

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