“Just A Paranoid Fantasy”: Carnegie Geoengineer Ken Caldeira Claims His New “Study” Proves Chemtrails Are Not Real

The Daily Sheeple – by Melissa Dykes

Note: Those are derisive air quotes around the word “study” in the title.

Ken Caldeira, the king of climate science bullsh*ttery, is out with a new claim that his latest study proves chemtrails aren’t real.

Via EurekAlert:  

Washington, DC– Well-understood physical and chemical processes can easily explain the alleged evidence of a secret, large-scale atmospheric spraying program, commonly referred to as “chemtrails” or “covert geoengineering,” concludes a new study from Carnegie Science, University of California Irvine, and the nonprofit organization Near Zero.

Some groups and individuals erroneously believe that the long-lasting condensation trails, or contrails, left behind aircraft are evidence of a secret large-scale spraying program. They call these imagined features “chemtrails.” Adherents of this conspiracy theory sometimes attribute this alleged spraying to the government and sometimes to industry.

The authors of this study, including Carnegie’s Ken Caldeira,conducted a survey of the world’s leading atmospheric scientists, who categorically rejected the existence of a secret spraying program. The team’s findings, published byEnvironmental Research Letters, are based on a survey of two groups of experts: atmospheric chemists who specialize in condensation trails and geochemists working on atmospheric deposition of dust and pollution.

Take a big fat guess who made man-made global warming peddler Caldeira’s magical list of “the world’s leading atmospheric scientists”…

Here comes the shocker:

The survey results show that 76 of the 77 participating scientists said they had not encountered evidence of a secret spraying program, and agree that the alleged evidence cited by the individuals who believe that atmospheric spraying is occurring could be explained through other factors, such as typical airplane contrail formation and poor data sampling.

So, let’s get this straight.

Caldeira surveyed 77 of his buddies, and 76 of them agreed with him?

Wow. Simply mind blowing.

Gee. That’s really not much of a “scientific study,” now is it?

But it doesn’t matter. The headline is all most people will see, as with most stories like this.

Caldeira finished his press release up with:

“I felt it was important to definitively show what real experts in contrails and aerosols think. We might not convince die-hard believers that their beloved secret spraying program is just a paranoid fantasy, but hopefully their friends will accept the facts.”

“Real experts”? Uh-huh.

You see, this, right here, is the kind of “research” that man-made climate change scientists love to use to back up their phony narrative that “the science is settled” and to push Agenda 21 — even though it really isn’t settled. At all.

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Melissa Dykes is a writer, researcher, and analyst for The Daily Sheepleand a co-creator of Truthstream Media with Aaron Dykes, a site that offers teleprompter-free, unscripted analysis of The Matrix we find ourselves living in. Melissa also co-founded Nutritional Anarchy with Daisy Luther of The Organic Prepper, a site focused on resistance through food self-sufficiency. Wake the flock up!


7 thoughts on ““Just A Paranoid Fantasy”: Carnegie Geoengineer Ken Caldeira Claims His New “Study” Proves Chemtrails Are Not Real

  1. Well, at least the MSM is finally having to address the subject of chemtrails. Up until now they totally ignored it. That means too many people are waking up and causing a stink. The more they lie, the more people they’ll lose.

    1. yes, but unfortunately all they need is one plausible excuse (like this lame explanation) to go on believing what makes them more comfortable.

  2. Honestly, I skipped the article and went straight to reading the comments. It’s as lame as the vaccine excuse. Homeschools are going to be booming business this year.

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