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NASA 'accidentally' DRAINS the Van Allen Belts -- STS-75 'Tether Incident'

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It appears that NASA actually DRAINED one of the protective Van Allen Radiation belts surrounding Earth.

This experiment was done, and was successful. No doubt, this could easily cause "climate change" , since the Van Allen Belts protect us from solar radiation , high electron voltage.

During the experiment, after deploying the tether in space, they say the tether "broke" and floated away into Earth's orbit.

They were never able to retrieve the floating tether, which worked exactly as expected, and became a glowing bright object in space for several weeks (3 months).

They do not say whether the Tether fell back to Earth, however the height of the experiment leans towards the fact that the tether is still up in space , along with the satellite carrying it.

The projected time-frame for REMOVING the inner van Allen belt was 2 months time. This all occurred in 1996, and for sure was up THREE months.... thus we can begin to see that the same time we started seeing major "climate change" is the same time they removed one of the Van Allen belts.

If you remove a protective layer of the upper ionosphere , which shields us from the Sun, then you should expect the Sun to have a greater impact on the Earth below once the shield is gone.

That is exactly what happened. Global spikes in Temperatures, Earthquakes, and Volcanic eruptions began in earnest after the year 1996.

Now we know the culprit.

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