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Old 12-03-2018, 06:36 PM   #141
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Geoengineering could have 'catastrophic consequences': Schemes to control climate change could backfire, warn scientists

Geoengineering is the deliberate manipulation of environmental processes
Techniques include reflecting sunlight from space, adding lime to the oceans, and irrigating vast expanses of the deserts to grow trees
Report said geoengineering would be unable to prevent average surface temperatures from rising more than 2°C (3.6°F) by 2100
By Ellie Zolfagharifard
Published: 18:37, 26 February 2014 | Updated: 21:12, 26 February 2014

Schemes to deliberately manipulate the Earth’s climate could prove useless, and at worst harmful, claims a new study.

The strategies include reflecting sunlight from space, adding lime to the oceans, and irrigating vast expanses of the North African and Australian deserts to grow trees.

Known as geoengineering, ideas such as these have gained popularity with some governments attempting to meet their carbon emission targets while still producing cheap energy.

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Old 13-03-2018, 02:08 PM   #142
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Geoengineering could have 'catastrophic consequences': Schemes to control climate change could backfire, warn scientists

Geoengineering is the deliberate manipulation of environmental processes
Techniques include reflecting sunlight from space, adding lime to the oceans, and irrigating vast expanses of the deserts to grow trees
Report said geoengineering would be unable to prevent average surface temperatures from rising more than 2°C (3.6°F) by 2100
By Ellie Zolfagharifard
Published: 18:37, 26 February 2014 | Updated: 21:12, 26 February 2014

Schemes to deliberately manipulate the Earth’s climate could prove useless, and at worst harmful, claims a new study.

The strategies include reflecting sunlight from space, adding lime to the oceans, and irrigating vast expanses of the North African and Australian deserts to grow trees.

Known as geoengineering, ideas such as these have gained popularity with some governments attempting to meet their carbon emission targets while still producing cheap energy.

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Controversial plan to artificially cool the planet by firing aerosols into the atmosphere might NOT be as risky as thought, experts claim

Some scientists have proposed using aerosols to reflect radiation and cool Earth
But, a study earlier this year claimed it could backfire by making warming worse
If the technique were abruptly stopped, it would cause warming at faster rate
Scientists now say that this worst-case scenario, while scary, is not very likely

By Cheyenne Macdonald For Dailymail.com
Published: 22:07, 12 March 2018 | Updated: 22:15, 12 March 2018

As the world grapples with different strategies to mitigate the warming climate, few have sparked such controversy in recent times as solar geoengineering.

The proposed plan would use aerosols, fired into the stratosphere with high-flying aircraft, to cool the planet by blocking radiation from the sun.

It would essentially mimic the effects seen after volcanic eruptions – but, an analysis published at the beginning of this year warned that the approach could have grave consequences.

If the plan to artificially cool Earth were abruptly stopped, the experts warned it could trigger extreme warming at rates far more dramatic than the current climate is changing, in a phenomenon known as the ‘termination shock.’

But now, some scientists have hit back, arguing that the risk might not be as it seems.

In a new paper published to the journal Earth’s Future, a pair of researchers from the Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies in Potsdam, Germany and the John A Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences at Harvard University explain that the current analyses focus on the worst-case scenario.

And, while termination shock would be catastrophic, it could mostly be avoided by taking a few simple precautions.

‘Most studies so far have focused on the extremes, like in a large-scale deployment that’s ended instantly and permanently,’ explains co-author Peter Irvine, of Harvard’s engineering school, in a video about the work.

‘If solar geoengineering were deployed at small scales, say cooling only a few tenths of a degree Celsius, then if it were ended there wouldn’t be substantial warming.

‘If it were phased out over the course of decades, there would not be a rapid warming, so that would also not constitute a termination shock.

‘And if it were turned off for some reason and then turned back on again, the termination shock could be avoided.’

Aerosols will remain in the stratosphere for months after their deployment has ended, giving a large window of time to restart the process before the shock takes hold, the researcher notes.

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‘Rothschilds controlling the climate’: Democrat councilor apologizes for anti-Semitic remarks
Published time: 19 Mar, 2018 14:09
Edited time: 19 Mar, 2018 14:44

A Washington DC city council member has publicly apologized after making remarks referencing a popular online anti-Semitic conspiracy theory. The Facebook video, posted Friday, was subsequently taken down.

“Man, it just started snowing out of nowhere this morning, man. Y'all better pay attention to this climate control, man, this climate manipulation. And D.C. keep talking about, ‘We a resilient city,’” Councilman, Trayon White, 33, said according to The Washington City Paper.

"And that’s a model based off the Rothschilds controlling the climate to create natural disasters they can pay for to own the cities, man," he added. "Be careful."
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The ominous rise of Alzheimer's in America: 5.7 million people have it - and it's costing the US $277 BILLION a year
Alzheimer's is on a steep rise in the US, according to the Alzheimer's Association's annual report
Every 65 seconds, another person is diagnosed with the degenerative disease
As the baby boomer generation ages, 14 million people are predicted to have Alzheimer's by 2050
Early detection of the disease could save the US as $7.9 trillion
By Natalie Rahhal For Dailymail.com
Published: 15:25, 21 March 2018 | Updated: 19:13, 21 March 2018

Alzheimer's disease is now debilitating 5.7 million Americans, according to the latest figures.

As death rates for most deadly diseases fall in the US, Alzheimer's deaths increased by 123 percent between 200 and 2015, and the trend is set to continue.

The degenerative brain disease costs the US thousands of lives and $277 billion each year, according to the Alzheimer's Association's annual report released Tuesday.

For most people, Alzheimer's disease will not be diagnosed for 20 years after the brain changes that cause it begin, and the association urges that detecting it in its early stages could save lives and as much as $7.9 trillion in the US.

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China to make it rain over area 3 times the size of Spain
Published time: 8 Apr, 2018 08:19
Edited time: 8 Apr, 2018 13:22

Since 2013 China has been creating 55 billion tons of artificial rain a year. The country is now embarking on its biggest rainmaking project ever.

In terms of the plan, announced this month, Chinese authorities intend to force rainfall and snow over 1.6 million sq km (620,000 sq miles), an area roughly three times the size of Spain.

According to media reports, the government will use new military weather-altering technology developed by the state-owned China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation. The country plans to build tens of thousands of combustion chambers on Tibetan mountainsides. The chambers will burn a solid fuel, which will result in a spray of silver iodide billowing towards the sky.
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Alexa falls for conspiracy theories too: Amazon fixes embarrassing 'error' that saw its voice assistant telling users the government is secretly behind CHEMTRAILS

Alexa has been recorded telling users that chemtrails are a conspiracy theory
Amazon has since fixed the error by changing Alexa's answer to the question
Numerous scientists have debunked the chemtrails conspiracy theory
The white streaks are actually contrails created in high altitudes by aircrafts

By Annie Palmer For Dailymail.com
Published: 00:15, 12 April 2018 | Updated: 00:44, 12 April 2018

If you ask Alexa what chemtrails are, you might be surprised by what she says.

The voice assistant has been spouting a government conspiracy theory as an explanation for the oft-debated condensation trails.

Alexa has been recorded telling users: 'Chemtrails are trails left by aircraft [that] are actually chemical or biological agents deliberately sprayed at high altitudes for a purpose undisclosed to the general public in clandestine programs directed by government officials'.

Amazon says it has taken steps to fix the issue since the error was first discovered by Mashable.

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Geoengineering: An Interview With A US Air Force General ( Richard H. Roellig / Dane Wigington )

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BEST SCIENCE - REAL Purpose of Chemtrails, Ozone Layer Destroyed

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United Nations Pushes Geoengineering As Last Ditch Effort to Save Humanity

Derrick Broze
October 10, 2018

By Derrick Broze

In their new report the United Nations is sounding alarm bells about the need for controversial climate engineering technology.

On October 8 the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change released a new report which makes several calls for further investigating climate engineering technology known as geoengineering. The IPCC report, titled “Global Warming of 1.5 °C, an IPCC special report on the impacts of global warming of 1.5 °C above pre-industrial levels and related global greenhouse gas emission pathways”, warns that without investment into geoengineering technology the Earth’s temperature will continue to increase.

Geoengineering is the deliberate and large-scale manipulation of the weather and climate using a variety of technologies. One popular form of geoengineering being explored by IPCC scientists is known as Solar Radiation Management (SRM), a process which involves planes spraying aerosols in the skies designed to reflect sunlight in an effort to combat “anthropogenic global warming.”
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Pay Up or the Earth Gets It! - #PropagandaWatch

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Old 19-10-2018, 10:52 AM   #152
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Weather As A Force Multiplier: Owning The Weather In 2025
by USAF Air University, Air Command and Staff College

Publication date 1996
Usage Public Domain Mark 1.0
Topics Conspiracy Theory, HAARP, Weather control -- War use, Military meteorology, Chemtrails, Military planning -- United States, Space Weather, Chemtrail, Weather Modification
Collection folkscanomy_agriculture; folkscanomy; additional_collections
Language English
Weather As A Force Multiplier: Owning The Weather In 2025
1996 USAF paper about weather modification: "The purpose of this paper is to outline a strategy for the use of a future weather modification system to achieve military objectives rather than to provide a detailed technical road map."
Popular among conspiracy theorists.
Identifier WeatherAsAForceMultiplier
Identifier-ark ark:/13960/t2n59ts9z
Ocr ABBYY FineReader 9.0
Pages 52
Ppi 300
Year 1996
https://archive.org/details/WeatherA...iplier/page/n1
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Group who monitor climate change monitor the suns activities:

Governing Solar Radiation Management
A Report from the Academic Working Group on Climate Engineering Governance

In 2016, the Forum for Climate Engineering Assessment convened a group of fourteen global governance experts to study the governance of solar radiation management (SRM) and offer recommendations for policymakers and civil society. This Academic Working Group on Climate Engineering Governance spent two years studying SRM and deliberating about the best way to govern it. Their report, Governing Solar Radiation Management, explains the need for governance and offers twelve essential, actionable recommendations for governing SRM in the near term.

Report Highlights

An introduction to the issue argues that even as SRM research is moving forward, the world is not yet ready to govern that research or the technologies it could create. In light of the risk-risk trade-offs involved in researching and governing SRM, the time to begin building better governance is now.
The Working Group lays out four objectives of SRM governance:
Keeping mitigation and adaptation first
Thoroughly and transparently evaluate risks, burdens, and benefits
Enable responsible knowledge creation
Ensure robust governance before any consideration of deployment
The Working Group offers twelve actionable recommendations for governing SRM out to 2025, which fall into three clusters:
Create politically legitimate deliberative bodies
Leverage existing institutions
Make research transparent and accountable

Download the executive summary [134 KB] or the full report [1.1 MB] for details.
About the Academic Working Group

The Academic Working Group consists of fourteen academics with deep expertise in global governance. Starting in March 2016, the Working Group gathered for five meetings to consider and define the challenges and opportunities associated with SRM technologies and to craft a set of specific, actionable governance recommendations. During these meetings, the group heard from established experts on SRM as well as experts in the governance of other emerging technologies. Between meetings, group members delved into and contributed to the academic literature on SRM and related policy conversations. You can read more about the Working Group members here and download summaries of each of their five meetings here.
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Looks like they are finally going to disclose the existence of chemtrails except they are going to pretend that they are only just starting them now to 'combat climate change' when in fact they have been spraying for decades and thereby meddling with the weather and ozone layer...SOB's

A last-ditch global warming fix? A man-made 'volcanic' eruption
Scientists and some environmentalists believe nations might have to mimic volcanic gases as a last-ditch effort to protect Earth from extreme warming.
by James Rainey / Oct. 11, 2018 / 11:47 AM ET

The international panel charged with reining in climate change said this week that the world needs to take "unprecedented" steps to remake its energy, transportation and agriculture systems to avoid the worst effects of global warming.

What the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change did not discuss was an even more radical potential response — one that would re-engineer Earth’s stratosphere to create a massive heat shield by effectively duplicating the fallout that follows a volcanic eruption.

This kind of revolutionary “solar geoengineering” — known by some as the “Pinatubo Strategy,” after a volcano whose 1991 eruption shrouded the planet in a sulfurous cloud — was once relegated to a far corner of academia. But a number of scientists and environmental advocates said this week that the IPCC report — punctuated by Hurricane Michael, which hit the Florida panhandle and may have been intensified by global warming — argues for speeding up the study of the once unthinkable.

“The politics of this were impossible a few years ago. But not so much now,” said Rafe Pomerance, chairman of the environmental alliance Arctic 21 and a four-decade advocate of increased action on global warming. “If we think the problem of climate change is catastrophic, how can we say that we can’t at least consider this as an option?”

That view was seconded this week by the “grandfather” of modern climate science, by the founder of the Harvard laboratory that is a center of geoengineering research and even by scientists who have raised serious reservations about human tampering with the Earth's singular climate system.

“I think it makes sense to have a substantially larger research effort on solar geoengineering,” said David Keith, the professor of applied physics who leads Harvard’s Solar Geoengineering Research Program. Like others who have looked at the unusual alternative, Keith believes that humankind’s primary focus should be on reducing greenhouse gas emissions by cutting coal-powered energy, shifting to non-fossil-fuel burning vehicles, and many other changes.

“No scientists working in the field think geoengineering is a 'solution' to the global warming program,” said Alan Robock, a professor of atmospheric science at Rutgers University. “It may be a temporary Band-Aid or tourniquet, but only mitigation will solve the global warming problem.”

The climate intervention most commonly discussed by researchers grows out of observations made following two very large volcanic eruptions — at El Chichon in the Mexican state of Chiapas in 1982 and at Mount Pinatubo in the Philippines in 1991. In both cases, sulfur dioxide gas from the volcanoes spiraled into upper layers of the Earth’s atmosphere known as the stratosphere. There, the gas combined with hydrogen and produced the fine droplets or powder that scientists called “aerosols.” Those particles reflected enough sunlight back into space to cool Earth’s surface by 0.3 to 0.5 degrees Celsius (nearly 1 degree Fahrenheit). In the case of Pinatubo, the cooling lasted for about a year.

Researchers have envisioned duplicating the phenomenon by launching jets equipped to fly to 70,000 feet, the lower reaches of the stratosphere, where they would release a sulfur compound. The effort would bleach blue skies a lighter color and make sunsets more vivid, while shielding Earth from some of the sun's rays.

The flights would have to be numerous and long-running to create anything like the reflective power of the volcanic eruptions. But Keith and others believe the technical hurdles could be cleared and an aerosol “umbrella” created, at least for a time.

The National Center for Atmospheric Research, a nonprofit that is a leading climate research center, has run computer simulations that show such a program would cool the Earth’s surface. The cooling could reach 1 degree Celsius if Pinatubo-level sulfur injections could be duplicated continuously, said Simone Tilmes, a research scientist at the Boulder, Colorado-based center.

Without endorsing or rejecting such a project, the National Academy of Sciences in 2015 recommended more research. The Obama administration also endorsed more study.

So what are the potential drawbacks?

Many, according to a list of 27 “concerns and risks” outlined by Robock in a 2016 paper that also concluded more research was needed. Among the potential downsides: depleting the ozone layer, failing to slow ocean acidification, slowing plant and crop growth, diminishing solar electric power and — among the most daunting concerns — triggering unexpected consequences.

One unintended consequence of climate engineering might be the “moral hazard” of driving humanity away from the kind of deep-seated cultural, economic and political changes needed to put the planet on a more sustainable path, Robock wrote.

The Rutgers scientist also expressed alarm at how some researchers seemed to ignore potential risks when he first heard the subject discussed, at a meeting in 2006. “The hubris of some, who thought that this was just a mechanical or physical problem to solve,” Robock wrote, “and the lack of awareness of the science of climate change and the natural chaotic variability of climate, was very scary.”

Tilmes agreed that the work should proceed judiciously "in order to understand if this approach should be considered as an option in addition to large-scale mitigation. At this point, there are too many uncertainties to rely on [geoengineering] and more research is needed."

Scientists in the field are nearly unanimous in believing that humanity must radically reduce the amount of carbon it pumps into the atmosphere to preserve the long-term livability of the planet. The IPCC report this week said that any temperature increase of more than 1.5 degrees Celsius (about 2.7 degrees Fahrenheit) will increase droughts, coastal flooding and destruction of critical natural habitats like coral reefs and Arctic permafrost.

But progress toward that target remains painfully slow, said Wallace Broecker, a professor of geology at Columbia University’s Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory.

“We are converting to non-fossil fuels at a little less than 1 percent a year and that means it takes 100 years to completely move off fossil fuels,” Broecker said. “We have really put ourselves in a very dangerous position by letting so much carbon dioxide go into the atmosphere without any short-term hope of getting it back again.”

The veteran scientist, dubbed the "grandfather" of climate change research, said he does not see the kind of "heart" and political will needed to sustain "a World War II-scale effort" to limit greenhouse gases. "So far, actual action is small," Broecker said. "So I am convinced that, at some time, we will have to get into geoengineering.”

While not a preferred option, creating a shield for some of the sun’s heat could be a temporary solution that allows humankind time to reduce behaviors that are warming the planet, advocates say.

“If you took a vote, there would be a lot of opposition to trying this, because people don’t want mankind to start fooling around with climate,” Broecker said. “They are right. But maybe we are going to have to.”
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A great documentary that explores the thrust of my entire argument in this thread: that what is called 'the left' by the corporate media these days is nothing more than a vehicle for the agenda of big business

Piers corbyn spells it out brilliantly in a series of clips of interviews with him. Why don't we hear that stuff from his brother?

The Uncertainty Has Settled (Full film)

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This is them now taking geoengineering mainstream:

Could thinning out high-altitude clouds combat climate change? Scientists reveal radical plan to cool the atmosphere
Researchers say 'cloud thinning' could be a promising geoengineering strategy
The plan would be to shoot powder over cirrus clouds, causing ice to drop
This would thin out their coverage, altering their radiative effects over Earth
While it could have effects on rainfall, it's less significant than with other plans
By Cheyenne Macdonald For Dailymail.com
Published: 22:53, 7 November 2018 | Updated: 22:53, 7 November 2018

As Earth continues to move toward a warmer climate, scientists are working to develop strategies to artificially cool the planet in the case that the situation becomes truly dire. But, many of these geoengineering tactics come with their own set of consequences, including changes in precipitation that could trigger droughts in some parts of the world.

In a new assessment of three commonly discussed geoengineering techniques, researchers have found that a method known as ‘cloud thinning’ could be our best bet. The team also examined the idea of injecting aerosols into the stratosphere to ‘deflect more sunlight back to space,’ and seeding marine stratocumulus clouds in a strategy known as ‘cloud brightening,’ causing them to reflect more sunlight. The findings are published in the Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres.In the study, the researchers found that all three of these geoengineering strategies altered average global precipitation in their simulations.
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What's With All The Man-Made Clouds? Just Look Up!

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