Man has lost the capacity to foresee and forestall. He will end by destroying the earth. –President Dwight D. Eisenhower
It all feels so "fake, phony, and farce" as Sean of SGT likes to say. Doesn't it? The weather is no exception. Even if I didn't know about HAARP (short for High-frequency Active Auroral Research Program), I'd still suspect a weather modification system was being used against us. Deadly twisters in Mississippi. Snow in Southern California. Back-to-back hurricanes in Florida. A weatherman has never had it so good. By the way, did you know that they're now called 'Climate Change Specialists'?
As soon as I got to Bonfil, Mexico, I changed into my sapphire blue bikini and headed for the beach. I had been up since 4 am and it was now more than 12 hours later. But I wanted to look at the sky while standing on the shore.
It was only after visiting Mexico last year that I remembered what the sky and clouds used to look like before all the endless chemtrails and odd weather. (Chemtrails are still considered a conspiracy theory.) Here, the sky is actually blue. And the sun is orange-yellow and not a ball of haze.
In January 2023, the Mexican Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources outlawed chemtrails and geoengineering. Mexico made this bold and amazing move on the heels of discovering there was a start-up in Baja California called "Make Sunsets." Mexico was pretty much telling the Un-United States of America to keep that garbage away.
Solar geoengineering, also known as solar radiation, is being presented as a "solution" that involves spraying non-toxic calcium carbonate (CaCO3) dust into the atmosphere — a sun-reflecting aerosol that may offset the effects of "global warming."