A recent article at AP states that the largest solar power plant of its type in the world, the Ivanpah Solar Electric Generating System, which was heralded as a turning point in green energy, has not been producing as much energy as planned.
It has been suggested by ‘mainstream’ sources that the plant, which was built by Bechtel, and comprised of thousands of mirrors focusing the sun’s energy in the Mojave Desert, is not producing power as well as was expected because: ‘The sun isn’t shining as much as expected’ and as the agency was quoted as stating by AP: “Factors such as clouds, jet contrails and weather have had a greater impact on the plant than the owners anticipated.”
A significant reason for the power production being less than planned may well be that the sunlight is being blocked from reaching the plant’s solar panels by blankets of bright-white aerosol particulates from chemtrails that are reflecting the sun’s light away, as these photos from FoxNews.com and npr.org show occurring.
Chemtrails are aerosol trails sprayed from aircraft that spread out in the sky, forming unnatural clouds that contain reflective, metallic elements such as barium, aluminum and strontium and can contain other chemicals and biological components.
Alarmingly, while the planet’s atmosphere is being inundated with tonnes and tonnes of heavy metals as part of numerous weather modification/geoengineering programs conducted by government agencies, much of the public remains oblivious to what is being done on an absolutely massive scale to delicate eco-systems without their consent.
The reason for this high-altitude spraying is not to save the planet from “man-made global warming” as the IPCC would have the public believe. While the global warming hoax has been described as a “national security threat” and used by governments to justify poisoning the earth using aerosols, in reality, evidence shows that the trails are being used to manipulate the weather and create extremes, such as droughts, among other functions and must be stopped.
The Atmospheric Radiation Measurement (ARM) Program was created in 1989 with funding from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) and is sponsored by the DOE’s Office of Science and managed by the Office of Biological and Environmental Research.
One of ARM’s programs, entitled Indirect and Semi-Direct Aerosol Campaign (ISDAC), is aimed at measuring “cloud simulations” and “aerosol retrievals”.