Saturday, September 13, 2008

Clouds could be artificially created over the earth's oceans to block the sun's rays and protect the earth from the increasing threat of climate change.

It may sound like an idea straight from a science fiction novel, but this is one of a collection of eleventh-hour solutions to climate change that have been proposed by scientists this week in a collection of papers published by the Royal Society. Friends of the Earth said the research was a "giant wake-up call" for world leaders. Climate change campaigner Robin Webster said: "We can't wait for a magic bullet to dig us out of this hole - many of the solutions to climate change exist already but need political backing to make them happen."

The Hologram Projector.


The Royal Society publication discusses a number of drastic geoengineering solutions to climate change that may need to be adopted if political agreements on emissions reductions are unsuccessful. These range from the more familiar, such as sequestering carbon in the oceans, to more controversial solutions such as spraying ozone-depleting aerosols into the atmosphere. Society president Martin Rees said: "It's not clear which of these geoengineering technologies might work, still less what environmental and social impacts they might have, or whether it could ever be prudent or politically acceptable to adopt any of them. "But it is worth devoting effort to clarifying both the feasibility and any potential downsides of the various options." He added: "None of these technologies will provide a 'get out of jail free card' and they must not divert attention away from international efforts to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases."

Radar Weather Tampering

I was watching the Local Radar and something strange was going on, on my Monitor. I haven't seen any threatening weather for at least 5 days and to my surprise, there was this radar images that was showing heavy rain and severe weather passing over my house. Now this gets weird because I haven't had any severe weather that the Radar is indicating live or in the last few days as I recorded it moments ago. So where did these storms come from on the Local T.V. station, where did they get this data to broadcast and freak me out with?
They inserted from my perspective weather for some point in the future and goofed up. They must have made a mistake and put in Radar Footage of the Storms that haven't ever arrived yet or something like that or they are time travelers and brought back the latest forcast?

Wadda bet
the fake storms on local radar today I recorded will be the same one ones on radar tomorrow from the wrath of Hurricane Ike ?

This is the weather map of another weather service to compare and show you that the storms depicted above on the Local Radar Channel were ones manufactured or animated. Not even storms that were live or from hours ago.

Scientific American
Geoengineering solution No. 9: The Flying Dutchman solves global ...
Scientific American - Sep 8, 2008
If mimicking a massive volcanic eruption by spraying sulfur dioxide into the air or flying thousands of mirrors into space to shade Earth to halt climate ...
WorldChanging: Geoengineering: A Worldchanging Retrospective
Wired News - Aug 22, 2008
Alex was tapped to comment both generally on the wisdom of geo-engineering and specifically on several of the climate-hacking initiatives featured in ...
Geoengineering may be tech’s answer to global warming
ZDNet - Aug 18, 2008
There’s already money going into developing geoengineering plans to combat rising temps on this planet. Shell Oil has stepped forward as an early supporter. ...

Can engineering the earth save it from catastrophe?
Independent, UK - Aug 31, 2008
The Royal Society will launch a study later this year aimed at reviewing the possibility of saving the planet by "geoengineering" the climate on the ...
John Beddington: You Ask The Questions Independent
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Geo-engineering gaining scientific credibility
Business Green, UK - Sep 4, 2008
Many environmental groups don't like geo-engineering solutions because they fear it will give politicians an excuse not to tackle climate change. ...
Call for geo-engineering research, UK - Sep 3, 2008
Scientists should further investigate geo-engineering technology such as adding iron in to oceans to boost plankton growth and seeding artificial clouds to ...

Canada Free Press
Geoengineering Madness
Canada Free Press, Canada - Aug 22, 2008
Major differences between these proposals and the current geoengineering madness are they did not assume the cooling was man-made and nothing was done. ...
Geo-engineers, too, have a vital role in saving the planet, UK - Sep 3, 2008
If we do the above, he implied, we will not need any "outlandish" or "outright dangerous" geo-engineering solutions. He is right in everything he is calling ..., UK - Sep 1, 2008
By Olivia Boyd Technology designed to stave off global warming could cause more problems than it solves, a group of influential scientists will say today. ...

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