Climate wars are coming soon: Bill Gates group wants to darken the sun

Experts warn of the devastating and unpredictable consequences of such an experiment, especially of the shift in natural weather patterns. The damage could be greater than climate change itself. The ozone layer, which protects us from dangerous UV rays that can cause cancer and DNA damage, could be destroyed.

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With a crazy plan, a group around Bill Gates wants to fight “climate change” with brute force and probably devastating consequences: If necessary, millions of tons of lime dust are to be sprayed into the stratosphere in order to reflect or dim sunlight and to slow down global warming. The first small-scale test for “global cooling” is to start in June to check the interactions with the atmosphere.

The idea of ​​putting a kind of sun protection over the globe has been around for a long time. It was discussed particularly intensely after the eruption of the Pinatubo volcano in the Philippines in 1991. Scientists examined the effects of the gigantic chemical cloud of 20 million tons of sulfur dioxide, which went into the stratosphere and there as sulfuric acid droplets floated around the globe for around a year. They looked like little mirrors that reflect sunlight. As a result…

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