March 11, 2014
It has been well reported that China’s cities have some of the worst pollution problems in the world, with smog so thick that it is hard to see through.
The Chinese government’s solution is actually to use drones that will disperse chemtrails into the air.
This has been reported in state sponsored media and admitted by the government.
They claim that the chemtrails will actually work to disperse the pollution, but there is very little actual basis for these claims, and little is known about possible side effects that these chemicals can cause.
The operation is led by the China Meteorological Administration.
The unmanned aerial vehicle, produced by a subsidiary of state-owned aviation giant Aviation Industry Corp of China (AVIC), are said to “disperses fog and smog” by releasing “a chemical catalyst”, state news agency Xinhua reported on Sunday.
The manufacturer, AVIC, has already carried out about 100 hours of test flights, Ta Kung Pao, a local media outlet, reported.
The drone is fitted with a gliding parachute and ‘could be used to conduct agricultural seeding, emergency rescue and other tasks’, said AVIC CEO Ma Yongsheng.
At the opening of an annual parliament meeting last week, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said that China will “declare war on pollution.
This article was posted: Tuesday, March 11, 2014 at 5:58 am