Did NASA Wreck the Jet Stream? 🚀

23 01 2020

The Big Wobble
Connecting the dots: Christmas 1957 our sun goes ballistic worries experts: Two prominent scientists suddenly die: NASA launched: The Space Race Begins: Climate Change arrives

Millions of tons of toxic particulates thrown into the atmosphere during the last 60 years

Every time a space shuttle was launched, the solid rocket boosters released 240 tons of HCl gas, 26 tons of chlorine gas, 7 tons of nitrogen dioxide gas, and 304 tons of aluminium oxide into the atmosphere. The resulting hydrochloric acid dissolved eight inches of concrete on the launch pad during a Space Shuttle launch, raising the concentration of hydrochloric acid in nearby lakes to 3 M, producing massive fish kills in the ocean, and destroying the paint on cars. Leading chemists to believe that HCl is a major contributor to the holes in the ozone layer.”
“. . . We are launching rockets into space all day and every day around the world. Every time these rockets are launched they punch a hole in our ionosphere dumping massive amounts of particulates into our atmosphere.”

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24 01 2020
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24 01 2020

I think there is a nice description of the very thin bubble protecting Earth in “The Lives of a Cell” ….


26 01 2020

looks like they want to speed up wrecking it …..

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