US presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. recently interviewed Dane Wigington, founder of Geoengineering Watch, about climate engineering and its hidden role in climate change.
According to Wigington, geoengineering projects of various kinds are already having severe impacts on weather patterns, our ability to grow food, biodiversity and human health.
The White House is considering a plan to block sunlight from hitting the surface of the earth in a bid to halt global warming, a process known as solar radiation modification (“SRM”). A supercomputer called Derecho is analysing the effects of solar geoengineering to help climate scientists decide whether SRM will be a good idea.
Intentional climate engineering or geoengineering – including solar dimming – has been going on for more than 70 years.
In the video above, US presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. interviews Dane Wigington, founder of GeoengineeringWatch.org, about climate engineering and its hidden role in climate change. Wigington also produced the documentary ‘The Dimming’.
While Wigington has tried to raise awareness about the reality of climate engineering for the last two decades, his work is now gaining traction after the White House announced it’s backing a plan to block sunlight in a climate engineering effort.
White House Considers Measure to Block Sunlight
As reported by the Daily Mail, July 1, 2023:1
The White House has opened the door to an audacious plan to block sunlight from hitting the surface of the Earth in a bid to halt global warming.
Despite some scientists warning the effort could have untold side effects from altering the chemical makeup of the atmosphere, President Joe Biden’s administration has admitted they’re open to the idea, which has never been attempted before.
In a report2 released Friday by the White House, officials suggested limiting sunlight to rapidly cool the planet, a process known as solar radiation modification (SRM) …
The report noted several ways authorities could look to achieve SRM, all of which come with potentially devastating consequences if they backfire … undertaking the mammoth task could have severe ramifications for weather patterns and food supplies, which would in turn impact biodiversity, geopolitics, and health.