Weather Engineering

...and its Undesirable Side Effects on the Environment,

Natural Resources, Agriculture and Human Health

By Monir MM El Husseini - Professor of Environmental Protection,

Faculty of Agriculture, Cairo University, Egypt.

Department of Economic Entomology and Pesticides

DOI: 10.31080/ASAG.2019.03.0543

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In the last two decades, investigators and researchers around the globe have been hardly searching for solutions to decrease the “Global Warming Phenomenon” or “Greenhouse Warming”. International agreements have been signed to reach this goal among a decade or more, e.g., the “Kyoto Protocol” signed in 1997 in Japan by nearly all countries except 5 ones including the USA and Russia due to high costs for decreasing emission of CO2 (carbon cutback) resulting mostly from burning energy material, i.e., fossil fuel and charcoal. In 1991, the climatologists working in the Hughes Aircraft Line Company (now Hughes Aerospace Company) in the USA patented a chemical solution for decreasing global warming depending on the aluminum oxide formed in nanoparticles (Welsbach particles) that can reflect about 2% of the sun heat back in the space when seeded by jets in the stratosphere (patent USA # 5003186, 1991). In a special international meeting under the umbrella of the United Nations in 2000, the USA presented the positive results recorded after the application of this geoengineering technique over the entire continent during the period from 1991 to 2000 that decreased the warming by 70-80% [1].

Then, the USA offered the international community a global project “The Shield Project” that priced the aerial spray program at US 1 billion dollars a year for 50 years (2000-2050) without financial sharing of any country. The project was approved by the UN gathering after involving the WHO as many environmentalists were concerned with the side effects of such chemicals and other material of the sprayed aerosol on humans when settled from the stratosphere to the troposphere on earth. Different undesired climatic changes were recorded and explained as side effects for the global application of chemtrails at many parts of the world [1], e.g., creation of low-pressure zones (depressions) in the atmosphere followed by new wind directions, strong hurricanes, heavy hail, rains and floods, heavy snowfalls, avalanches, more lighting, ecosystem dehydration associated with wildfires, and decreased air visibility [2-4]. Moreover, in 2003, air samples collected by NASA from the stratosphere for different analyses [1], showed the presence of Nanobacteria; the causative agent of calcification diseases [5] that can attach to the sprayed aluminum oxide fine particles (Chemtrails) and settled with down to earth by gravity or rains. Thus, the risk of calcification diseases caused by these pathogenic bacteria, e.g., gallbladder and kidney stones, arteriosclerosis, calcification of heart valves, and tooth plaque will be increased in humans as well as in animals.

Importance of Geoengineering

It is obvious that the regulations, environmental laws, and other stumbling blocks limit our ability to directly address the direct and immediate dangers that threaten the life of mankind on the planet. Also, the insufficiency of Kyoto’s emission reduction regime, the problems of absence, cost, and incentives, all cry out for an alternative to the present state of climate change policy. The science of geoengineering founded by Nikola Tesla one century ago for manipulation and control of earth climatic factors, e.g., rains, winds, thunder and lightning, creation of low and high air pressure zones., et al. has moved from the pages of science fiction to respectable scientific journals (e.g., The International Journal of Geoengineering). The different technological methods of geoengineering depend mostly on the application of certain chemical particles by planes or jets in the troposphere or stratosphere according to the desired targeted change in weather. The most common application of geoengineering is the artificial precipitation (rains) [6] either with warm or cold technology by spraying silver iodide and potassium perchlorate or spraying liquid nitrogen in the troposphere directly over the clouds using small airplanes mostly of the model King Air 200.

King Air 200 airplanes with chemtrail sprayers (liquid nitrogen) fixed underwing commonly used for inducing artificial rains (cold precipitation).