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Originally posted by Iwinder
Yeah something's going on here what it is ain't exactly clear.
Took my daughter to Snowbird in Utah to see snow... The road up to the lodge, the parking lot... NO SNOW last week of December. Taking the tram to the top we found some, but many of the main runs were closed due to lack of snow.
Here in Vegas where I am in the bowl, the temps never hit freezing this year. Our daffodills were done blooming by the end of February
Not looking forward to this summer
I was out for a walk, when I witnessed 4 jets orchestrate this
tic-tac-toe chemtrail manoeuvre overhead. I only wish I had my video
camera with me, because to actually watch this happen in a period of 30
minutes, was truly something to witness. I did manage to capture the
URGENT: NASA Contrail Education Website
I found this unbelieveable that NASA has to put up a website defending
"contrails".... they are spreading half truths and trying desperately to
brainwash the masses.
Concerned citizens paid for this full page ad in Redding, California
Originally posted by lambros56
reply to post by Aloysius the Gaul
It may be a crime but it doesn't mean they're not adding anything into it.
The patent clearly says they can.
The basic idea is that spraying certain types of particles into the stratosphere could help reflect more heat back into space. Scientists believe it could work because nature already does it. Large volcanic eruptions in the past have blasted tens of millions of tons of sulfur dioxide into the sky, which contributed to lower global temperatures in subsequent months.
Climate Geoengineering (CGE) is defined as deliberate, intentional planetary-scale interventions in the Earth system to counteract climate change. There is increasing interest in CGE as the mitigation challenge of staying well below 2 degrees Celsius temperature rise—let alone 1.5 degrees—becomes more apparent. In the foreseeable future, governments or even non-state actors could turn to CGE options as a last resort or as means to buy time. Yet there is a considerable lack of understanding of the governance requirements of CGE. Furthermore, no comprehensive governance framework(s) exist for addressing CGE—technologies that fundamentally require multilateral governance approaches.
There is hence an urgent need for broad, inclusive global governance discussions regarding the research, possible testing and deployment decision-making process for CGE technologies that have significant, long-term and planetary-wide consequences for this and future generations. The C2G2 Initiative will address these issues by seeking to enlarge, accelerate and shift the discussion on CGE governance from academia to the intergovernmental policy community through systematic engagement with government representatives, intergovernmental and international non-governmental organizations, as well as other non-state actors.