Letter: Do your own research into warming climate

…don't believe what either Mr. Harris or myself tell you, please research it and make your own mind up.

To the editor:

Re letter to the editor: Little Evidence Warming Climate Leads to Forest Fires, Sept. 25 Capital News.

Obviously Mr. Harris hasn’t tried looking very hard to find this evidence. There are numerous references stated in sites such as Geoengineeringwatch.org, Solar Radiation Management and HAARP, indicating that climate is in fact being controlled.

All you have to do is research information for yourselves and don’t believe what either Mr. Harris or myself tell you, please research it and make your own mind up.

While you’re at it, look up at the sky frequently and watch what’s happening above us. When was the last time you looked up and saw real beautiful blue sky, only to watch numerous very high-flying jets spew their loads back and forth across the sky and crisscross trails that widen into ugly grey haze that stretches from horizon to horizon?

People, pay attention, contrails do not do that, stratospheric aerosols do.

There are many references to increases in toxic chemicals such as nano-aluminum, strontium, barium and coal fly-ash to name a few, found in soil in California and other western states.

To read Mr. Harris’ statement that there is “little evidence” of climate change is to say the least, questionable and one sided, ignoring the research on geoengineering that has been already performed and is ongoing at this time.

Nick Tarasiuk, West Kelowna

 

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