Geoengineering: How Gov Experiments Changed Earth’s Weather
Hacking the weather of the planet is the focus of a white paper entitled, “Geoengineering Research and its Limitations” wherein the barriers of technology and social constructs are discussed.
Rob Wood, co-author of the study and associate professor of atmospheric sciences at the University of Washington (UoW) explains: “In the past five years or so, geoengineering has moved from the realm of quackery to being the subject of scientific research. We wanted to contribute to a serious intellectual discourse.”
Wood suggests that “the idea of using salt particles to increase moisture content in the air.”
This method of cloud seeding, called marine cloud brightening (MCB) is alleged to reflect light from the oceans back out into space.
Another proposal includes a system called the StratoShield that would “spew several million metric tons of sulfur dioxide into the stratosphere, reducing the sun’s radiation globally by 1.8 percent.”
Paul Crutzen, author of a paper expounding on the StratoSheild, said: “Policy makers are worried that the use of these sulfur particles would only contribute to more air pollution. Building trust between scientists and the general public would be needed to make such a large-scale climate modiﬁcation acceptable, even if it would be judged to be advantageous.”
One geoengineering scheme involves shooting salt water into clouds to create “oceans” in our skies. These clouds, it is believed, could reflect sunlight back out, thereby cooling the planet.
Researchers at the UoW suggest the idea of marine cloud brightening. Using this brightening to manipulate the earth’s weather patterns, according to these scientists, is of no concern as far as its impact on our natural environment.
Geoengineering is being sold to the world as a “global public good”.
Stephen Gardiner , researcher for the UoW maintains that: “Just spraying sulfates into the stratosphere is not the kind of thing that necessarily benefits everyone, so in that sense it seems a mistake to call it a global public good.”
Last summer, the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) commissioned a study with the national Academy of Sciences (NSA) to determine of geoengineering would allow humans to alter the weather of the planet and halt the forces of man-made climate change.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), and NASA are involved in this project.
Edward Price, spokesperson for the CIA stated: “It’s natural that on a subject like climate change the Agency would work with scientists to better understand the phenomenon and its implications on national security.”
The study will analyze:
• Technical implications of geoengineering techniques
• Feasibility of geoengineering techniques
• Evaluate impact and national security concerns
• Methods to manage solar radiation management
• Methods to artificially cool the temperature of the planet
• Investigative proposals for removing CO2 from the atmosphere
In in May of this 2012, it was found that chemtrails were polluting thunderclouds which is causing damage to the environment and the planet’s natural weather patterns.
The pollution drenched thunderclouds are most pervasive at night which causes warmer temperatures. The study asserts that these clouds do not reflect sunlight, but trap heat within them and cause global warming effects.
For less than $5 billion annually, solar radiation management (SRM) could mimic the effects of a volcanic eruption with the use of sulfuric aerosols dispensed into the atmosphere. This scheme would not reduce CO2 levels, yet alter the temperature and precipitation levels across the globe.
Justifying the need for a cooling effect, David Keith, director of the Institute for Sustainable Energy, Environment and Economy is pushing the releasing of nanotechnology with sulfuric aerosols into the Earth’s atmosphere to reflect sunlight back out into space. Keith manages the million-dollar geoengineering research that is funded by Bill Gates and the Fund for Innovative Climate and Energy Research.
Alarmists are asserting that volcanic eruptions could double or triple current levels of the chemical elements bromine and chlorine in our stratosphere; as well as upper atmosphere depleting the ozone layer.
Solar engineering will directly amplify specific areas of study as the have chosen sulfuric dust the mimics the emissions of volcanoes. An intended consequences of solar geoengineering is the whitening of our skies because of the nano particles being released to reflect sunlight. Sulfate aerosols cause whiter daytime skies and sunset to glow brighter.
In a study published in the journal Remote Sensing , co-author Dr. Roy Spencer reported that real data from NASA’s Terra Satellite completely contradicts the assumptions made by climate change alarmists.
According to a press release , at the University of Alabama, Spencer said: “The satellite observations suggest there is much more energy lost to space during and after warming than the climate models show. There is a huge discrepancy between the data and the forecasts that is especially big over the oceans.”
Researchers with GEOMAR have surmised that man-made bromine and chlorine are being expelled by volcanoes into the atmosphere in two to three times the quantity produced by man. Because volcanic eruptions can be carried across the globe, these elemental explosions could lead to ozone layer depletion as well as impact the Arctic and Antarctic.