Stanford, NASA say perpetual sky-haze slows wind, cuts rainfall

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Stanford University and NASA report that an inexplicable mass of particulate worldwide is so dense that it is slowing winds, altering and reducing rainfall, and altering the weather and making the planet drier. The study makes no mention of stratospheric aerosol geoengineering, or sky striping, a fascinating intervention in weather that few people recognize sufficiently so as to thank the U.S. government for its amazing service that is not only on time, but ahead of schedule. 15 minutes.

 

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