Wednesday, July 26, 2017

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CIA Backs $630,000 Scientific Study on Controlling Global Climate

The Central Intelligence Agency is funding a scientific study that will investigate whether humans could use geoengineering to alter Earth’s environment and stop climate change. The National Academy of Sciences (NAS) will run the 21-month project, which is the first NAS geoengineering study financially supported by an intelligence agency. With the spooks’ money, scientists will study how humans might influence weather patterns, assess the potential dangers of messing with the climate, and investigate possible national security implications of geoengineering attempts. The total cost of the project is $630,000, which NAS is splitting with the CIA, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, and NASA. The NAS website says that “the US intelligence community” is funding the project, and William Kearney, a spokesman for NAS, told Mother Jones that phrase refers to the CIA. Edward Price, a spokesman for the CIA, refused to confirm the agency’s role in the study, but said, …

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Geoengineering: Can We Save the Planet By Messing With Nature? (video)

As the carbon dioxide in the air hits 400 parts per million for the first time in human history, some are arguing that the best way address climate change is to use the controversial practice of geoengineering — the deliberate altering of the Earth’s ecological and climate systems to counter the effects of global warming. Supporters of geoengineering endorse radical ways to manipulate the planet, including creating artificial volcanoes to pollute the atmosphere with sulfur particles. Many scientists and environmentalists have raised concerns about geoengineering technologies designed to intervene in the functioning of the Earth system as a whole. We’re joined now by Clive Hamilton, professor of public ethics at Charles Stuart University in Canberra, Australia. Hamilton’s new book, “Earthmasters: The Dawn of the Age of Climate Engineering,” lays out the arguments for and against climate engineering, and reveals the vested interests behind it linking researchers, venture capitalists and corporations.

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Geoengineering: A Dire Threat to the Planet (podcast)

Have you looked up into the skies lately? It may be wise to do so. Dane Wigington has an extensive background in solar engineering and was a former employee of Bechtel Power Corp. He has devoted the last ten years of his life studying climate change, weather modification and geoengineering. He is the lead researcher for geoengineeringwatch.org. He assisted Michael Murphy in both of his movies, “What in the World are They Spraying?” and “Why in the World are They Spraying?” Wigington shares the latest information about what many refer to as “chemtrails.”  He and many others conclude that the spraying of chemicals into our atmosphere is causing a cataclysmic effect on our planet. His message is one of urgency and as he says, of “dire” importance. Wigington also talks about the reasons why this wide-scale operation is being carried out and how the overwhelming amount of scientific evidence will soon expose those perpetrating this crime …

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Geoengineering And Hurricane Sandy

Hopefully this will be the final word on whether geoengineering exists (weather control/manipulation) and how it may be connected with hurricane Sandy. First a refresher on what geoengineering means. According to Wikipedia geoengineering is: The concept of geoengineering (or climate engineering, climate remediation, and climate intervention[1]) refers to “the deliberate large-scale intervention in the Earth’s climate system, in order to moderate global warming”.[2][3] The discipline divides broadly into two categories, as described by the Royal Society: “Carbon dioxide removal techniques [which] address the root cause of climate change by removing greenhouse gases from theatmosphere. Solar radiation management techniques [which] attempt to offset effects of increased greenhouse gas concentrations by causing the Earth to absorb less solar radiation.” The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change concluded in 2007 that geoengineering options remained largely unproven. Unproven until now. Listen closely to the following video and read the clips. Geoengineering IS real, and all …

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6 ways billionaires try to play God on climate

SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. (MarketWatch) — Yes, billionaires are playing God. They’re backing new geoengineering investments scarier plots than new weapons in James Bond’s “Skyfall.” Yes weapons: Foreign Policy warns they’re “Playing God.” Stanford Social Innovation Review calls “Climate Science a Culture War.” And the Guardian reports billionaire “Bill Gates backs climate scientists lobbying for large-scale geoengineering.” Yes war on Earth: Plans to dump millions of tons of sulphur high in the sky. Sure sounds like a diabolical terrorist plot. Megarisks with unintended, terminal and irreversible consequences, a hot plot ripe for a future “007” film. But be warned: billionaire investors see geoengineering as the solution to the threat of climate change. Geoengineering: new Big Oil trick to protect profits But the reality is, geoengineering is a smokescreen, a strategic diversion by Big Oil to protect its $150 billion in annual profits. Yes, they’re perpetuating their myth: “Climate Science is …

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Commercial aircraft ‘not viable strategy’ for geoengineering

Employing commercial aircraft to inject sulphur into the stratosphere is not a viable strategy, according to Finnish researchers. Even if planes flew at higher altitudes and emitted ten times the current legal limit of sulphur, the cooling effect would be lower than if the same amount of sulphur was injected over the tropics. “Using commercial aircraft for sulphur injection would demand unrealistic scenarios to cause significant radiative forcing and thus cooling,” Anton Laakso of the Finnish Meteorological Institute told environmentalresearchweb. “It would require enhancement of fuel sulphur concentration clearly over our current legal limits and lifting the flight paths of practically all intercontinental flights to the stratosphere – which the current type of aircraft can do only in the polar regions.” Even if all this were possible, Laakso said that, because current air traffic is concentrated in northern mid-latitudes, the strategy would lead to unbalanced forcing between the northern and southern …

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