The point of this post is chemtrails. The Tap Blog just reported about this phenomenon after the release of a new study published in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health titled, “Evidence of Coal-Fly-Ash Toxic Chemical Geoengineering in the Troposphere: Consequences for Public Health.” In a nutshell, J. Marvin Herndon, the study’s author, posits that the government has been colluding with coal plants to a) rid the plants of their coal ash waste product, b) off-load the supply of coal ash into the Troposphere, c) pretend to do something about Global Warming, and (here’s the kicker) d) make a profit while no one becomes the wiser.
Coal Ash is a toxic material that has the potential to be quite hazardous to health. A thorough reading of the Journal article and blog post referenced below will convince you of that. So, why is our government doing this even though it’s bad for us? Why do we not know about it – why was there no public discussion before such actions were taken? Money. That seems to be the sole reason why anyone does anything anymore. The coal plants get to sell something that they would otherwise have a tough job of off-loading. The government gets a low-cost geoengineering option. Ostensibly, the overall agenda is to cool the planet, which I suppose is a worthwhile agenda. But I don’t buy it. I think something else is going on here. If they really thought they were cooling the planet with no risk, they’d be advertising their victory.
Rather, I believe the government ends up making more profit from buying the waste product from coal plants than from forcing regulation or shutting those plants down. And, if the plan of “cooling down the planet” somehow worked, and no one’s face melted in the process, then they can swoop in and say that they were the heroes. But, they kept it relatively secret because the fact is, this bit of geoengineering is a horrible idea. Agent Orange, anyone? Tastes like Tang and cancer…
PS: There is an incredible amount of hubris in a government that thinks they can play fast and loose with these chemicals. Such gambles will fuck up the natural balance of things so irreparably, that Mother Nature will take her victims no matter how large their bank accounts.
“Fly Ash in Concrete” . perkinswill.com. 2011-11-17. Fly ash contains approximately one part per million of mercury. – link to pdf on blog post above