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Parliamentary questions
26 March 2014
E-003690-14
Question for written answer
to the Commission
Rule 117
Robert Sturdy (ECR)

 Subject:  Geoengineering and NATO exercises
 Answer(s) 

I am concerned about some white aircraft trails that have been spotted over Bedfordshire recently. These white trails are different from trails left by normal aircraft. It has been suggested that these white trails are in fact ‘chemtrails’ left by military aircraft during NATO operations. Additionally, these trails could have been left on purpose as part of a geoengineering plan to change the Earth’s environment in order to control global warming through a technique that releases ‘stratospheric aerosols’ into the upper atmosphere.

1. Does the Commission or the European Environment Agency have a position on the use of atmospheric aerosols as part of geoengineering?

2. Is the Commission aware of any NATO or military involvement in a geoengineering project related to atmospheric aerosols?

3. What threat is there to human health from these chemtrails?

 OJ C 346, 02/10/2014
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