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It’s Not a “theory” when Countries Use Geoengineering as Blackmail

Solar geoengineering, also known as solar radiation modification (SRM), refers to a category of climate engineering methods that aim to mitigate or offset human-induced climate change by reflecting solar radiation back into outer space. The most extensively studied approach is stratospheric aerosol injection (SAI), followed by marine cloud brightening (MCB) and other proposed methods. While space-based techniques have been suggested, they remain in the theoretical realm due to their high cost and limited practicality. It is worth noting that all forms of geoengineering can have a rapid cooling effect on atmospheric temperature.

And so, the argument FOR continuing this global initiative goes like this:

If the intervention were to abruptly stop for any reason, the cooling effect would cease as well. We will all die in a global catastrophe.

But wait, doesn’t that sound like blackmail?


  1. the action, treated as a criminal offense, of demanding payment or another benefit from someone in return for bending towards their will.

One argument against solar geoengineering is that it may have unintended consequences and could cause more harm than good. For example, reflecting sunlight back into space could disrupt rainfall patterns, leading to droughts in some regions and flooding in others. Additionally, it could have negative impacts on agriculture and biodiversity.

Also, the very spraying of toxic stuff into the air will kill people by the millions. (And is this the point?)

Furthermore, some argue that focusing on geoengineering solutions takes away from the real issue at hand, which is reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Rather than trying to engineer a solution to the problem, efforts should be focused on reducing the root cause of climate change.

Can’t we just plant some trees instead?

Breathe in your poisonous future!

Finally, there are concerns about the ethics of solar geoengineering. Who decides when and where to deploy these methods? Is it fair for one country to unilaterally make decisions that could impact the entire planet? The potential for coercion and abuse of power cannot be ignored.

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It seems that the insurance and investments industries will both have a hand in it, ie: where there is a drought, (forced) then the investment into commodities, like food crops, can be manipulated. Everybody “in the know” will have insider trading information and get really rich! (or is THIS the point?)

Smells like Blackmail to me:

I can imagine a phone call from one New World Order agent to the leader of a Country, lets say some random country in Africa going like this: “We will continue to spray you and kill off your population and crops until you pay pay pay with carbon credits and the rights to your natural resources.”

While solar geoengineering may seem like a promising solution on the surface, it is important to carefully consider the potential risks and unintended consequences before continuing this path.

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