Hsaive | Geoengineers Prefer Using Aircraft Nozzles to Spray Chemicals into the Atmosphere
In the video below, we analyze exhaust plumes from an Airbus A-380 to provide evidence beyond a reasonable doubt that jet aircraft are spraying chemical compounds in a covert geoengineering operation to alter the climate by producing artificial clouds.
The observable evidence is confirmed by Geoengineer, Alan Robock who admittedly prefers using nozzles to spray sulfuric acid into the stratosphere to cool the planet as a hedge against global warming.
AGU – Geophysical Newsletters
Benefits, risks, and costs of stratospheric geoengineering
Alan Robock, Allison Marquardt, Ben Kravitz, Georgiy Stenchikov
First published: 02 October 2009 – https://doi.org/10.1029/2009GL039209
“Options for dispersing gases from planes include the addition of sulfur to the fuel, which would release the aerosol through the exhaust system of the plane, or the attachment of a nozzle to release the sulfur from its own tank within the plane, which would be the better option. Putting sulfur in the fuel would have the problem that if the sulfur concentration were too high in the fuel, it would be corrosive and affect combustion. Also, it would be necessary to have separate fuel tanks for use in the stratosphere and in the troposphere to avoid sulfate aerosol pollution in the troposphere.”
3 pylon nozzles – Crude after-production modification with no paint, different alloys
Nozzle placed at 12 O’clock position relative to thrust port.
3 nozzles installed horizontally contrary to stated purpose as pylon “drain”.