Aircraft trails are relevant to localised climate change on some occasions.
We've known this for quite some time - made more obvious immediately after 9/11.
Significant Changes are happening on all other planets in the solar system.
And we've been aware of this for some time also.
ENVIRONMENTAL DESTRUCTION and CLIMATE CHANGE have DIFFERENT CAUSES.
Depending on the definition of Environmental destruction and Climate change, this one is a no brainer. Chopping down a tree in my garden isn't going to cause the planet to overheat - chopping down 1 billion trees in the rainforest of my nation will. It's all relative.
Some agency appears to already have the ability to modify the weather – i.e. steer and/or create hurricanes and generate other effects localised to regions of up to a few hundred miles in size.
'Appears to have the ability to modify the weather?' - We've known since the 50's that we can modify the weather and no one is trying to cover that up. In fact the British Govt released files just a few weeks ago admitting they manipulate the weather. What we do however is we don't tell people when and where we are doing it - but hell yeah we freely acknowledge we can do it. So there's nothing new in that conclusion.
Other research mentioned shows that Pollution Free Energy Technologies (or ones with far lower levels of pollution) have been perniciously suppressed.
Again there's nothing new in that - we ALL know it has been suppressed and can even name the companies responsible for binning particular technologies.
Much wider data considerations must be made if honesty, integrity and credibility are to be retained within the scientific community.
Whilst I agree with this last conclusion it has to be said that this can be said of any research, anywhere at anytime. In fact it does get said in most research papers these days as it's a way of urging investment in the research itself.
At the end of the day there's absolutely nothing new in this research and I would fundamentally disagree with the findings as well as the research cited to reach the conclusions.
But hey, it's the stuff of good discourse and so long as we keep telling ourselves that we are not responsible for climate change then we're unlikely to notice it creep up and overwhelm us.
edit on 14-4-2011 by Ozscot because: Typo
edit on 14-4-2011 by Ozscot because: (no reason given)