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Bill Gates - clouds and climate

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Bill Gates - clouds and climate

Bill Gates pays for ‘artificial’ clouds to beat greenhouse gases
The first trials of controversial sunshielding technology are being planned after the United Nations failed to secure agreement on cutting greenhouse gases.

Bill Gates, the Microsoft billionaire, is funding research into machines to suck up ten tonnes of seawater every second and spray it upwards. This would seed vast banks of white clouds to reflect the Sun’s rays away from Earth.

Many methods of cooling the planet, collectively known as geoengineering, have been proposed. They include rockets to deploy millions of mirrors in the stratosphere and artificial trees to suck carbon dioxide from the air. Most would be prohibitively expensive and could not be deployed for decades.

Silver Lining, a research body in San Francisco, has received $300,000 (£204,000) from Mr Gates. It will develop machines to convert seawater into microscopic particles capable of being blown up to the cloud level of 1,000 metres. This would whiten clouds by increasing the number of nuclei.

Other types of geoengineering, such as mimicking volcanoes by using aircraft to spray reflective sulphate particles in the stratosphere, would have much longer effects on weather patterns

I can only repeat here what I have already stated previously.
Many people scorn when they hear the word `chemtrails`
However, such scorn only shows their lack of research.
A Bill in the US several years ago listed `chemtrails` as being an `exotic weapon`
When the Bill was revised (as U.S. Bills often are)  the word chemtrails remained on the
list, but they did omit the words `exotic weapon`
Needless to say, and to the best of my knowledge, that Bill was never passed.
That is not to say however that the technology is not currently being used.
Clearly it must exist otherwise why else would it be listed in a U.S. Bill?

Rep. Kucinich's HR 2977 Names Chemtrails As An 'Exotic Weapon'
Chemtrails: 'Exotic Weapons' Says Space Preservation Act of 2001