Mainstream media is now talking about measures to ‘save the planet’ from non-existent global warming.
One of the greatest hoaxes in human existence is the notion that humans are responsible for catastrophic climate events. But even people who believe such a fairy tale are hard pressed to explain why it is that the environmental movement led by global organizations such as Greenpeace and the Sierra Club, which are heavily financed by corporations, refuse to talk about two very specific issues.
First, fossil fuels are responsible for about 13% of all greenhouse gases sent into the atmosphere, while animal agriculture is responsible for 51% of the total. You would think that so-called environmentalists and their followers would be all over the place asking government to curb wasteful industrial agriculture, but they are not. In fact, most environmentalists aren’t even aware that industrial agriculture causes more damage to the environment than fossil fuels will ever be able to.
Second, Geoengineering, the attempt to manage planetary climate via aerosol spraying, using space mirrors, and ionospheric manipulation, among others, are not and have never been a conspiracy theory or something that has been in testing phases for decades. As we have reported ad nauseum, geoengineering is an everyday practice and has been so for at least 60 years.
Despite the fact that geonegineering has been fully operational for over half a century, more climate extremists talk about manipulating global climate as a novelty and as an option to lack of ‘political will’ to impose austerity policies on human development.
Climate extremists, who are usually presented as climate experts or geoengineering experts, have had their voices echoed more frequently by mainstream media with the only intention to smoothly phase in the chatter about geoengineering as the only solution to save the planet from non-existant global warming.
From globalists falsifying temperature records, to the assignment of blame over elements that do not cause global warming, climate extremists are now ganging up to create strong support for what they call plan B. This plan B involves changing the Earth’s climate with a manual override. “Engineers and climatologists have already written a lot about the technologies that could cool it. Now, some want to take their experimental computer models to real life,” writes El País, a Spanish newspaper that reports on geonegineering as the newest road to follow if we want to save ourselves.
Behind the word geoengineering there is a range of technologies that share the same point of departure and arrival. If humans fail to reduce emissions of CO2 and other greenhouse gases the climate extremists see themselves as charged with the task to change the weather to cool the planet. It is not a surprise that mainstream media have gone from totally ignoring geoengineering practices to lying about them in such a short time. It is also not a surprise they only talk about the more mundane practices to carry out geoengineering at a large scale.
Most media outlets only report on measures such as painting roofs and facades to reflect sunlight, setting up giant mirrors in space to create areas of planetary shadow and CO2 capturing, as the most important practices. They don’t go near aerosol spraying, the most common geoengineering practice that has been around for decades now.
Aerosol spraying is a two-stage practice. It blocks solar radiation while contaminating the environment in which we live including the soil and the water; yet climate extremists see it as part of the equation to reduce natural solar radiation from reaching the planet. “If we do not restrain emissions and global mean temperatures exceed the threshold of 2 degrees, we need to introduce new elements into the equation,” say some geoengineers. This notion has been widely discredited by true climate scientists as old predictions about temperature rising have not taken place.
According to some climate terrorists, although the Sun is not to blame for human emissions, reducing its radiation could lower temperatures. But neither are the oceans or the soil guilty of anything, however, aerosol spraying punishes soil fertility and oceanic ecosystems daily anywhere this technique is used.
Along with geoengineering from space, management of solar radiation and capturing CO2, climate terrorists have other ideas they would like to implement:
“The failure of our politicians to achieve concrete measures to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases is worrying scientists and causing many of them to start thinking about extreme measures,” says climatologist Ken Caldeira, from the Carnegie Institution of Washington. Mr. Caldeira is considered one of the foremost experts on global climate change, and he has always been a big supporter of geoengineering.
Although publicly he does not consider himself a faithful supporter of geonegineering, he is actively been studying alternatives if all else fails. “I support small-scale experiments to help build knowledge about the basic processes related to solar geoengineering” he explains.
“What I do not support, at least for now, are the experiments that aim to develop technology deployment,” he says.
Unfortunately, Mr. Caldeira has not heard the news about the ongoing geoneginering programs led by the military and private contractors. He probably has not heard about existing patents for deployment technologies, and he certainly has not seen the planes spraying heavy metals right over his head.
In a report to the US government prepared by Caldeira and twenty other scientists in 2011, they concluded that the management of solar radiation is perhaps the most radical technology but also one of the most effective ways to cool the planet. That is a very cheerful conclusion for someone who would not like to mess up with the planet’s climate.
What Caldeira and his team say is that they think it is a good idea to play with the sun, but most geoengineers look at the clouds. While some want to set up mirrors that reflect some of the light, others are said to be studying how to make clouds more permeable to radiation and heat so that they can escape into space. That is exactly what the geoengineering programs have been doing for over half a century. The implementation of geonengineering programs have been creating “alternative cloud systems” that block sun light at a specific location. This phenomenon is seen daily over large cities worldwide.
The closest climate terrorists have been to completing one of these experiments was in 2011. Then, engineers and British climatologists devised the SPICE project, the Stratospheric Particle Injection for Climate Engineering. The project allegedly sought to inject aerosols such as sulfur dioxide in the upper layers of the atmosphere to increase the refractive clouds. Mr. Caldeira and his peers are decades late since this is exactly what other climate terrorists have been doing since the 1960s.
“SPICE is still investigating stratospheric aerosol injection. Part of the project was to study the injection from a balloon and a part of this plan was to build the prototype airship.” For various reasons, the scientists decided not to go ahead with this project,” says Piers Forster, principal investigator of SPICE.
The controversy that marked the plan between the public and the British scientific community itself led to the creation of a a study to determine the feasibility of various geoengineering projects but also their possible side effects. “You can learn a lot, as indeed we do, harsh simulations and laboratory studies without carrying experiments on the street. But overall, I think we need to develop both together,” says Forster.
Another fruit of SPICE was the demonstrated need to regulate geoengineering. Even at a small scale, these experiments can alter rainfall patterns and winds. It is not a secret that the State of California has been submitted to massive geoengineering manipulation which is why it has been under drought conditions for such a long time.
As clarified by the British scientist, “it is difficult to create a legal framework if you don’t know what you’re regulating and what you‘re protecting. Therefore, we need to have some idea of the technology. But on the other hand, it would be unethical to start regardless of the good supervisory practices and governance to establish large-scale experiments,” he adds. Mr. Forster is apparently ignorant about the large scale experimentation that has been going on for decades.
In route from the simulations that the large scale experiments is Scopex. Designed by scientists at Harvard University, this project aims to inject aerosols into the stratosphere. Scopex also wants to study how would the injection of aerosols affect the ozone layer, lest the remedy aggravates the disease. The proposal, detailed in a special issue of the journal Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, aims to inject several hundred grams of sulfuric acid to see if solar radiation management works without damaging the ozone layer.
“The idea of conducting experiments to alter atmospheric processes is understandably controversial, but our Scopex experiment is only a proposal,” says one of its promoters, David Keith. Its aim is to be in place in 2017 but, as he says, “it can only go forward if public funding is substantial, with a formal approval process and a study of independent risks,” he adds in a note. These climate terrorists want humanity to pay for their own demise by financing the poisoning of the air, water and soil as a solution to non-existent global warming.
“The level of funding for a project to counter climate change would be unheard of in the history of mankind,” says Joan Pau Sanchez, a researcher at the Polytechnic University of Catalonia.
“A project like this would cost about 1.5% of world GDP,” he adds. To get an idea, that would be 30 times the dollars invested in the Apollo program that put a man on the moon. Effectiveness, cost and governance are the obstacles faced by geoengineering. That is why more global leaders are now calling for a Global Green Government that would be able to implement the systematic poisoning of humanity to a scale that we have never seen before.
Luis R. Miranda is an award-winning journalist and the founder and editor-in-chief at The Real Agenda. His career spans over 18 years and almost every form of news media. His articles include subjects such as environmentalism, Agenda 21, climate change, geopolitics, globalisation, health, vaccines, food safety, corporate control of governments, immigration and banking cartels, among others. Luis has worked as a news reporter, on-air personality for Live and Live-to-tape news programs. He has also worked as a script writer, producer and co-producer on broadcast news. Read more about Luis.