CIA Is Funding Government Led Chemtrailing Project
Spy agency to help study “security impacts” of geo-engineering
July 19, 2013
The CIA is funding a scientific study to determine the feasibility of altering the planet’s climate in order to stave off climate change, according to documents released by The National Academy of Sciences.
The papers reveal that the project will run for 21 months at a cost of $630,000, with a final report due in 2014. The CIA backed scientists will study how weather patterns could be influenced and altered, and asses the potential impacts of geo-engineering attempts.
The NAS website notes that the funding for the study is coming from “the US intelligence community”. William Kearney, a spokesman for NAS, told Mother Jones that the agency in question is the CIA.
The revelations mark the first time that an intelligence agency has publicly funded such a study.