Sweden canceled Bill Gates’ experiment on spraying substances into the atmosphere to artificially cool the Earth

(ORDO NEWS) — The Swedish Space Corporation (SSC) has decided to cancel the protesting balloon test flight aimed at artificially cooling the Earth, amid growing concerns about its possible harmful effects on the ozone layer and the ecosystem. The experiment was scheduled to launch on March 31, 2021.

The Stratospheric Controlled Chemical Spray Experiment (SCoPEx) is a scientific experiment aimed at improving the understanding of stratospheric aerosols that may be relevant to solar geoengineering.

This is a project by scientists from Harvard, which aims to combat global warming by simulating the effect of volcanic eruptions to artificially cool the planet.

The project involves launching a high-altitude balloon to test its ability to carry a gondola with 600 kg of cargo to an altitude of about 20 km and to spray materials to darken sunlight, reflecting radiation into space.

This project was funded by billionaire Bill Gates, the founder of Microsoft, who wanted to save all earthlings from the sun.

As part of a project at Harvard University, scientists with the support of Gates want to test the theory that spraying particles that reflect the sun’s rays into the atmosphere can stop global warming.

The Swedish Space Corporation gave its consent to the balloon launch on March 31, 2021, but due to public outcry, it was forced to reverse its decision.

As you know, this project, called SCoPEx, is funded by Bill Gates, which raises an interesting question: is it possible to save the Earth by an eclipse of the sun? Experts fear that such experiments could lead to extremely serious consequences.

“The committee recommended that Harvard and the research group suspend any test flights in Sweden until the committee makes a final recommendation on those flights based on active and full public participation in Sweden.”

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