75% plunge in insect population since spraying ramped up in the 1990s

Winged insect populations have plunged 75% since the 1990s, according to German researchers. The 1990s also saw an five-fold increase in first observations of “persistent contrails,” more accurately defined as stratospheric aerosol injection or chemtrails.

In their paper “More than 75 percent decline over 27 years in total flying insect biomass in protected areas,” Hallmen et al said the “decline is apparent regardless of habitat type, while changes in weather, land use, and habitat characteristics cannot explain this overall decline.”

Although the scientists couldn’t explain the massive plunge in insect populations, their 27 year study coincides with the global deployment of the covert chemtrails/geoengineering program which ramped up in the 1990s.

Geoengineer David Keith and others have proposed spraying us with alumina (Al2O3) and magnetite (Fe3O4) nanoparticles – and plans to release up to a kilogram of alumina over Tuscon this summer. Alumina nanoparticles have been proven to cause programmed cell death (apoptosis) in both animals and plants. High levels of aluminum have been found in human brains, rainwater, insects, bark, blood – and clouds.

Temporal distribution of insect biomass at selected locations.

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