National Academy of the Sciences president harasses nonprofit Geoengineering Watch

Monday, August 08, 2016 by

Marsha McNutt has had a long and illustrious career in the sciences, with a concentration in geophysics. As reported by Scitation Journal, McNutt earned her Ph.D. at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography. Upon graduating, she spent fifteen years teaching at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), and then moved from academia to lead the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute when they utilized novel technologies like the RNA analyzer that could determine “what microorganisms are blooming in the ocean by their genetic code.” McNutt was also the first woman to helm the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS). McNutt’s spectacular upward trek also includes a few years as editor-in- chief of the prestigious journal Science which was prior to her being designated as President of the National Academy of Sciences in July, 2016.

According to Nationalacademies.org, McNutt was also the Chair of an NAS committee in 2015 that made recommendations on “climate intervention technologies,” including carbon sequestration and “albedo-modification techniques.” So it seems incongruous that an individual with such a stellar scientific background would make insipid comments upon notification of the serious legal actions being employed to stop global geoengineering. Here’s a portion of McNutt’s response to Dane Wigington, as reported by Geoengineeringwatch.org:

“Thanks for giving me a laugh. Taking money from people to stop an activity that isn’t happening. Talk about easy money. I knew that the legal profession was hard up, but this is above and beyond. . .”

This type of response is difficult to quantify. Does it come from sheer ignorance? A big fat paycheck? Could a woman of her stature be ignorant of the facts about decades of weather modification, HAARP and the insidious nature of chemtrail toxins floating down to earth? Does she ever look up? Are her children using special filters to help purify the air? Maybe she’s not aware, as reported by Peer.org, of the 2015 gag orders given to the National Weather Service, the National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and the Department of Commerce that muzzles “any revelations about agency planning and the rationale for planned actions.”

As the newly named President of the National Academy of Sciences, McNutt proclaimed in Science Magazine that she was proud to lead the NAS because it represented “the highest standards of scientific honesty, quality, and integrity.” How can that be true, if she’s blind to the destruction of our environment? Then again, the National Academy of Sciences, as nasonline.org reports, recently teamed up with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, along with the Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research (FFAR) to give away $100,000 to someone who can “improve the global food system.” And when the money is provided by Bill Gates, we’re not talking about supporting healthy organic foods or agroecology, So if the NAS has sipped the GMO Kool-Aid, why wouldn’t they be oblivious to chemtrail devastation?

Geoengineeringwatch.org’s leader, Dane Wigington,  responded to McNutt’s first email, and thanked her for her clarity. As reported on Geoengineeringwatch.org, McNutt replied that she was not aware of anyone “conducting albedo modification.” Subsequently, after Wigington unloaded his treasure trove of climate engineering data, McNutt responded a second time saying, in part, that she “was not aware of any credible scientific evidence of such activity.”

The woman who made these comments is the new President of the National Academy of Sciences. That speaks volumes about the perversion of scientific integrity and the covert means to keep the truth hidden. Dane Wigington suggests activists contact her directly, either by email (mmcnutt@nas.edu) or phone (202 334 2101) or by letter to 500 Fifth Street, NW Washington, DC 20001. Let your voice be heard!

Sources:

Scitation.aip.org

Nationalacademies.org

Prnewswire.com

Geoengineeringwatch.org

Geoengineeringwatch.org

Peer.org

Sciencemag.org

Nasonline.org

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