The European Union (EU) has thrown its support behind Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates’ radical plans “fight global warming” by blocking light from the Sun to lower the temperature on Earth.
The EU will join an international globalist effort to examine the effectiveness of the plan.
Several nations’ governments are joining unelected bureaucratic agencies to determine whether a large-scale intervention such as deflecting the Sun’s rays or changing the Earth’s weather patterns are viable options for “fighting climate change.”
As Slay News has previously reported, Bill Gates has long been advocating for the plan to fight “global warming” using experimental geoengineering to block the Sun.
The radical scheme would lower the planet’s temperature and allegedly “combat global warming.”
Soros claims the technology will help to prevent ice sheets from melting.
Ice sheets melting in Greenland in particular, he claimed, could doom human civilization.
“Our civilization is in danger of collapsing because of the inexorable advance of climate change,” Soros said.
“The melting of the Greenland ice sheet would increase the level of the oceans by seven meters.
“That poses a threat to the survival of our civilization,” he alleged.
The method pushed by Bill Gates involves increasing aerosol concentrations in the stratosphere to reflect solar radiation away from the Earth.
Gates has been funding a major project at Harvard using balloons to deploy aerosols.
However, Gates’s Harvard project was shut down following pushback from the public over the plan.
The EU is assessing the security implications of “global warming,” such as the potential for scarce water or food to trigger conflict and migration, according to a draft document seen by Bloomberg.
Part of that assessment includes studying the potential dangers of re-engineering the atmosphere.
“These technologies introduce new risks to people and ecosystems, while they could also increase power imbalances between nations, spark conflicts and raise a myriad of ethical, legal, governance and political issues,” according to the document, which is subject to change.
Embarking on this research pushes the EU into the debate over whether so-called climate geoengineering is good science or just a science-fiction distraction.
Such geoengineering plans carry potentially dangerous implications for the planet and its atmosphere.
The bloc would like to see international discussions on creating rules for the fledgling sector.
“The EU will support international efforts to assess comprehensively the risks and uncertainties of climate interventions, including solar radiation modification,” according to the document.
Such large-scale interventions have emerged alongside scientific advances and growing concern that nations will overshoot the green agenda target to limit global warming to 1.5 deg C.
Blocking out the Sun’s rays is now frequently being pushed as a plan to tackle the so-called “climate crisis.”
Critics warn, however, that such drastic plans may have unforeseen side effects, such as altering vital rain patterns or cooling Earth too much and sending the planet into an ice age.
Some scientists have called for an international non-use agreement on such solutions.
Other experts, meanwhile, argue that reports of a “climate crisis” are a hoax designed to stoke fear in the public in an effort to raise taxes and restrict freedoms.
As Slay News previously reported, renowned environmentalist Dr. Patrick Moore, a co-founder of Greenpeace, is warning the public that the anti-carbon dioxide narrative is a scam.
Moore, an ecologist and environmental activist for more than 50 years, argues that an increased level of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is beneficial.
According to Moore, claims that climate change is “human-caused” are “propaganda” which he describes as “dangerous.”
The comments from Moore, a leading expert in environmentalism, directly conflict with the green agenda being pushed by Biden’s administration and globalist groups such as the United Nations (UN) and World Economic Forum (WEF).
Moore says that environmentalism has been hijacked and the movement has “abandoned science and logic in favor of emotion and sensationalism.”
“When Greenpeace began, we had a strong humanitarian orientation, to save civilization from destruction by all-out nuclear war,” Moore said.
“Over the years the ‘peace’ in Greenpeace was gradually lost and my organization, along with much of the environmental movement, drifted into a belief that humans are the enemies of the Earth.”