Weather Modification: Unraveling its potential harmful impacts

As scientists explore these interventions to alter atmospheric conditions and manipulate the Earth’s climate system, questions arise about unintended consequences and risks to the environment and human health.

Weather modification involves an intentional human intervention to alter atmospheric conditions to influence precipitation patterns, cloud formation and other weather phenomena. Meanwhile, geoengineering refers to large-scale efforts to counteract climate change by directly manipulating the Earth’s climate system.

In a groundbreaking climate engineering documentary, “The Dimming,” executive producer Dane Wigington explores the theory that certain geoengineering practices might be contributing to a phenomenon known as global dimming. For example, spraying aerosols into the atmosphere to reflect sunlight into space for solar management and atmospheric cooling.

Global dimming refers to a decrease in sunlight reaching the Earth’s surface. In order to do that, the sprayed aerosols into the atmosphere contain large quantities of aluminum because of the heavy metal’s reflective qualities. To explore the concept of geoengineering, BizNews spoke to Dane Wigington about his understanding and knowledge of the impacts of these aerosols on the environment and human health.

Wigington said that he attended an international climate engineering conference with the world’s most recognized climate engineer, Dr. David Keith, where he stated the intent of dumping tens of millions of aluminum into the atmosphere.

“So much aluminum has come down in the precipitation here in Northern California that it has changed soil PH values extraordinarily,” Wigington said. “It is killing everything here. Our forests and insects are dying, and we know aluminum is in the rain because we continue to test.”

He added that it is any wonder that Alzheimer’s, Dementia, ALS, and countless other neurological degenerative diseases are going off the charts.

“We are inhaling this material,” he added, “with every breath we take.”

The ethical implications of weather modification and geoengineering are complex and indeed have implications for human health.

Raising awareness to address the consequences appropriately can serve humanity in adequately creating methods to know what is happening and how to curb these negative impacts.

A proponent of conscious living, human health and healing, Kyle Peche, 26, is a certified Mineral-Balancing Practitioner with a Bachelor of Science in Biology and Psychology from Florida International University.

After solving his seven-year health journey with chronic fatigue, brain fog and other mysterious symptoms, he has moved to helping people with their health, accumulating more than three years of experience.

“Aluminum is showing up in every hair test in varying degrees,” Peche said. “And these are in hair tests on West and East coasts of the U.S., the UK, Canada and truly all over the world.”

He added that many of his Alzheimer’s patients and people with Alzheimer’s generally have high quantities of aluminum in their bodies. Excessive exposure to aluminum can adversely affect the human body, including neurotoxicity, bone health, respiratory issues, breast cancer, reproductive and developmental effects, and kidney function.

It is important to note that most people are exposed to low levels of aluminum through various sources, and this exposure is generally considered safe, although why be exposed to it at all?

However, it is essential to minimize excessive exposure, particularly in high-risk populations or situations where aluminum levels may be significantly elevated, such as through specific industrial processes or using aluminum-based antacids or cookware.

“The main solution to aluminum detoxification is silica,” Peche said. “In nature, aluminum is always bound to silica.”

Through specific kinds of supplementation, the body can remove unnecessary toxins.

He said that in his health cleansing programs, he uses silica to bind to the aluminum in patients’ bodies to alleviate the neurological burden of the heavy metal.

“In today’s world, there is a lack of accountability on corporate and governmental agencies as to the things being done to expose humanity to various environmental pollutants beyond something like aluminum,” he said. “I truly believe that if you want to live a high-quality life, one of the main things to do for your health today is detoxifying.”

Matthew Wetcher is a photographer and videographer, which began as an artistic fascination at an early age. Matthew ventured into digital journalism at Florida International University and is now fusing his passion for content creation with the art of storytelling. Matthew is also admired for his love of philosophy, music, and conscious living.