BC wildfires give “insight into nuclear winter”

A study of the unprecedented forest fires of 2017 in BC and Yukon, by scientists from Rutgers University, “discovered that when smoke and soot are forced up beyond the rainy troposphere into the dry atmosphere, they linger, then rise even higher as they absorb sunlight and remain detectable even many months later.” (Vancouver Sun, August 9, 2019, NP1,2, by Joseph Brean)

Super-heated by incendiary chemtrail metals fallen to Earth, massive Pacific Northwest wildfires lowered temperatures in the Arctic for a short time. (https://www.geoengineeringwatch.org/climate-engineering-wildfires-to-temporarily-cool-earth/)

“The smoke plume was so big, in fact, that the only applicable modelling of how it would behave had been done to forecast a nuclear winter”, demonstrating that “a relatively small nuclear war…could cause climate change.”