Simple ignorance, or a false public admission caught?
RESPONSE ON GEOENGINEERING
Geoengineering has been in Queensland for many decades now, as it has for most of Australia.
I first became aware of activities in Australia in 2010 when the Bligh government purchased “rain-making technology” off the Thai King as a way to help combat the worsening droughts at the time.
Late last year, a petition was started in Queensland demanding answers from the government on the issue and seeking clarification on their knowledge of any ongoing experiments.
“On 24 January 2008, the then Minister for Sustainability, Climate Change and Innovation announced that a Queensland Cloud Seeding Project had commenced.
The then Minister declared this was an innovative scientific project aimed at increasing rainfall throughout south-east Queensland catchments by injecting clouds with rainmaking particles and said the Queensland Government was investing $7.6 million over four years in this cloud seeding research project.
The final report on what was curiously renamed the Southeast Queensland Cloud Seeding Research Program concluded that while “…seeded clouds tended to rain over a longer time and a larger area than unseeded clouds…” further research was necessary.”
The petition asked three questions posed for representatives of the QLD government:
“Your petitioners, therefore, request the House to direct the Premier and/or relevant minister to confirm the following to the people of Queensland:
1. That the Queensland Cloud Seeding Research Project concluded in 2012.
2. Advise of any other cloud seeding and/or weather manipulation projects/research that has been carried out since 2012.
3. That there is no current cloud seeding or any other weather manipulation activity being conducted by any agency or organisation in the skies over Queensland.”
Meaghan Scanlon, Minister for the Environment and the Great Barrier Reef, recently responded to the petition. TOTT News has obtained a copy of that response. The PDF can be found on our site here.
Here is what the Queensland government had to say about weather manipulation:
The letter confirms a number of weather manipulation projects that occurred between 2007 and 2012, as part of ‘feasibility testing’ to see if the techniques indeed could assist.
However, Scanlon states that no geoengineering has taken place since this period, ‘to their knowledge’.
This is one of the only times the Queensland government department has directly responded to questions about the subject, and the response can immediately be seen through.
Is this simple ignorance, or a false public admission caught?
Let’s examine the words of Meaghan Scanlon below.
The QLD government states that over the past decade, between 2012 and 2022, they themselves have not conducted any research or experiments, nor are they aware of any organisations that are doing so.
Immediately we can see a major hole in this response to the petition.
Not only have we detailed projects that have occurred since then, but one of these would be right under Meaghan Scanlon’s nose. Note the position she holds in the government:
Minister for the Environment and the Great Barrier Reef.
The great irony here is the fact there is a weather manipulation experiment happening right now at the Great Barrier Reef itself — the exact location she is tasked with overseeing.
Known as “cloud brightening”, this technique ‘enhances the clouds’, helping them to ‘reflect solar energy away from the Reef’ in an attempt to ‘protect corals from bleaching’.
To do so, trillions of nano-sized salt crystals are shot into the air from a barge.
As we can see, this is well beyond the 2012 point of inquiry initially raised in the petition.
How could she not be aware of this program taking place?
It seems Scanlon may have just shot herself in the foot there.
Although she attempts to save face at the end of her comments with “…this should be confirmed with Commonwealth authorities”.
Aren’t you in charge of the Great Barrier Reef?
This is a program that is being largely overlooked by the public due to the soft natured wording of ‘cloud brightening’, but make no mistake, this is solar geoengineering. A program that is drawing criticisms:
Daniel Harrison, an oceanographer and engineer from Southern Cross University in Coffs Harbour, is heading up the research. He had this to say in the Nature article in response to these criticisms:
They “have consulted with regulatory authorities“.
This seems to be, again, in direct contrast to Scanlon’s claims. Outside of her own ‘ignorance’ of the Great Barrier Reef area, her department would be fully aware of these proceedings if this is the case.
Furthermore, an archived page on the QLD Department of Environment and Science shows they were indeed researching this type of technology during the first phases of trials in 2019.
Although the public may be fooled by this blanket response, we know the truth.
The Queensland government has always lied about their knowledge of weather manipulation programs, and their business dealings in the practice, and now we have a documented response to run with.
A response filled with blatant lies, or sheer ignorance of an immeasurable scale.
You be the judge on that, but I for one, smell something fishy.
One thing I will leave you with is this: Not too long after this phase of the ‘cloud brightening’ experiment occurred off the Great Barrier Reef, UNECSO have launched a second call for the region to be placed on the environment danger list:
This is despite being at its best condition in years prior to the recent sprayings.
Of course, that’s just probably a ‘coincidence’ and I’m sure Scanlon is ‘not aware’ of any correlations.
‘Move along, folks. Nothing to see here!’
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