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Legislation Prohibiting Geoengineering Passed by the Tennessee Senate

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On March 19, 2024, the Senate of the state of Tennessee voted overwhelmingly to pass a bill that would prohibit geoengineering experiments anywhere in the state.

This bill, Senate Bill 2691, which would amend Title 68, Chapter 201, was introduced by Senators Steve Southerland and Monty Fritts. This bill will now go to the House, and if passed could be signed into law by Governor Bill Lee.

The continuing discussion of the potential release of “chemtrails” by people like Bill Gates and other global warming activists is deeply concerning to many level-headed citizens in the state of Tennessee and elsewhere. Senator Rusty Crowe, who also supports this legislation, reported that many of his constituents are worried about the possibility of such experiments being conducted.

Monty Fritts said that he worked with the Tennessee Dept. of Environment and Conservation to write the bill in such a way that it would not interfere with “legitimate industry in this state… We just felt like that was a good place to drive the stake in the ground, that not in Tennessee—we’re not going to do this,” he stated during a House subcommittee meeting.

Part of the bill reads, “The intentional injection, release or dispersion, by any means, of chemicals, chemical compounds, substances or apparatus within the borders of this state into the atmosphere with the express purpose of affecting temperature, weather, or the intensity of sunlight is prohibited.”

Geoengineering describes the efforts of climate change alarmists to mitigate or slow the effects of climate change, which they believe is caused by humans. They aim to do this in several ways, one of which is shooting hundreds of tons of tiny particles of various chemicals into the stratosphere to reflect solar radiation.

Other tactics under consideration include pulling greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide out of the Earth’s atmosphere and causing some of the sun’s radiation to be reflected out into space before it can reach the surface of our planet.

Another possibility that’s been suggested is to spray sea salt about 1,000 meters high to seed clouds. They’ve thought about using tons of silver iodide to seed cirrus clouds at an altitude of about 4,500 – 9,000 meters.

At this stage, potential actions such as these are still theoretical – as far as we know.

The debate over shooting chemicals into the atmosphere and other outrageous actions is raging not just among ordinary citizens but also in the scientific community. These studies have yielded conflicting results, but even those advocating for Solar Radiation Management (SRM) have admitted that it could cause havoc.

Over 400 scientists signed an open letter recommending a ban on SRM. Katharine Ricke, Assistant Professor at Scripps Institution of Oceanography, characterized Solar Radiation Management as “a very dangerous place”.

To many people, the importance of stopping the release of harmful chemicals into the atmosphere, which also has ethical concerns, seems like an easy one, a “no-brainer”.

For decades studies using computer models have investigated the effect of various aerosols to determine which chemicals would be best to use and the ideal places to release them.

The problem, of course, is that the climate is very complicated, and climate science is still in its infancy. Not enough is known about the possible disruptions these unfounded actions might cause that could be far worse than any effect global warming has had.

The fact that such drastic actions would be considered raised new suspicions about Globalist agendas. Some people suspect that this recent discussion of geoengineering could be a veiled tactic to further acclimate the public to the idea of the so-called “climate emergency” that could cause those in authority to consider such a desperate effort.

Dozens of variables must be considered. Some of the chemicals that they are considering releasing into the atmosphere could cause chemical reactions that would destroy ozone.

Some critics are cautioning that these operations could cause the currently blue sky to appear white. Others say geoengineering tactics might cause even more warming! This could be likened to a child playing with matches or guns.

The advocates of geoengineering simply have no idea of what they are doing. These misguided efforts could forever disrupt the earth’s climate.

Critics of this Tennessee legislation contend that such an action on the part of a state is unnecessary. The measure was opposed by Tennessee Representative Justin Jones, who said that a lot of the purported evidence for Fritts’ bill was “based on conspiracy theories.”

However, these critics haven’t considered the fact that the state of Tennessee is responsible for the health and safety of its people and thus should be concerned about this possibility.

Legislators in other states across our nation should be also. Hopefully, when this matter receives the attention it deserves, other states – and even other nations – will follow suit.

If you are concerned about the possibility of geoengineering being done, you can raise this issue with your state senator or representative.

If you don’t know the name of your state senator or representative, it is easy to find names and contact information on the internet. You can inform him or her what the state of Tennessee is doing and suggest that your state legislature look into this important matter.

Please don’t leave it to someone else to do this. You may be the only one in your district with the knowledge and motivation to do so.


Lynne Balzer taught science at the high school and college levels for about twenty years. A project director for Faraday Science Institute, she has studied this issue for a long time. Hundreds of fascinating facts about the climate change scam can be found in Balzer’s richly illustrated book, “Exposing the Great Climate Change Lie”, available on Amazon.

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