SKYGRABBING WATERGRABBING LANDGRABBING DESERTFARMING FRACKING
By intentionally polluting the troposphere from 6km up to 12km, they make this naturally isolating layer immensely conductive for cosmic and nebular energy transfer onto the surface, what is commonly known as lightning.
The screening by artificial aerosol clouds results in sunlight deficiency, weakening of photosynthesis, mass death of plants in the oceans and on land and suffocation by oxygen deprivation. The dead forests become easily ignited by intensified lighting and burn down without enough precipitation. This is the chain of mass genocide of all life!
To cover the collateral damage the presstitutes, maulhuren & sciencewhores are diligently writing about climatechange and globalwarming causing more wildfires and longer wild fire season. They can blame everything on the hoax, as long as the people stay dumb!
The opposite of the the lie is alway the TRUTh!
This lie is too silly to believe! It is an insult on human intelligence!
So read, think and understand the propaganda from the opposite, because it consists only of lies. This is the best method reaching the target every time.
Now You may read their propaganda by putting the notions geoengineering, SRM, aerosols into the context to learn the truth!
Across The Globe, Wildfire Season Is Lasting Longer
Global wildfire switch now set to ‘on’ for longer
Wildfire seasons have gotten almost 20 percent longer
Wildfire risks are rising due to climate change — which may be worsening climate change
Here’s the Climate Context For the Fort McMurray Wildfire
26 million trees have died in the Sierra since October, raising fire risk
National Preparedness Level 2
as of June 6, 2016 at 7:45 a.m. MDT (on a scale from 1 to 5)
Current hours for the National Fire Information Center are
|2016 (1/1/16 - 6/24/16)||Fires: 23,842||Acres: 1,975,558|
|2015 (1/1/15 - 6/24/15)||Fires: 26,542||Acres: 885,842|
|2014 (1/1/14 - 6/24/14)||Fires: 24,831||Acres: 856,877|
|2013 (1/1/13 - 6/24/13)||Fires: 20,793||Acres: 908,823|
|2012 (1/1/12 - 6/24/12)||Fires: 25,675||Acres: 1,276,708|
|2011 (1/1/11 - 6/24/11)||Fires: 34,894||Acres: 4,591,188|
|2010 (1/1/10 - 6/24/10)||Fires: 28,581||Acres: 1,384,622|
|2009 (1/1/09 - 6/24/09)||Fires: 46,573||Acres: 1,872,023|
|2008 (1/1/08 - 6/24/08)||Fires: 34,143||Acres: 1,879,559|
|2007 (1/1/07 - 6/24/07)||Fires: 44,480||Acres: 1,791,334|
|2006 (1/1/06 - 6/24/06)||Fires: 54,686||Acres: 3,238,319|
|Annual average prior 10 years|
|2006-2015||Fires: 33,762||Acres: 1,837,247|
Selfrevealing Propaganda about dying trees:
¿A que espera Castilla la Mancha para pedir ayuda? Va a arder todo😣#IFYeste #PNdelosCalares pic.twitter.com/UK1HriaSck— METEOHELLÍN (@MeteoHellin) 27. Juli 2017
Emerxencias-Protección Civil Vilagarcía realizando maniobras con fuego táctico en incendio forestal de hace dos meses. Yo 2º, detrás d cabo. pic.twitter.com/PxdBv5op23— Alén Pérez (@AlenPerz) 27. Juli 2017