Originally posted by Worldsgonenuts(...)
This is an assault on humanity....
[color=Chartreuse]This is an assault on humanity ...
We cannot agree more.
However, what continues to amaze us is the easy access to derailing points that those same 'intrepid defenders of nothing is going on here'
have in each and every thread about chemtrails
or now, geoengineering.
If, in fact, nothing is going on, then how come peoples across the globe have provided photographs of 'anomalies' and formed groups to gather and
share data about chemtrails
and now, geoengineering?
Would those same 'defenders' have us believe this is some planet-wide mass delusion that something is not right with our once-blue, once-pristine
Check this out:
U.N. Body Urges Caution on Synthetic Bacteria, Geoengineering
(...) Acting as the world's guardian on biodiversity, it also expressed deep concern about the potential impacts of geoengineering schemes to
combat climate change on the Earth's ecosystems.
Please pay close attention here.
Remember, this information comes from the final session of the Subsidiary Body on Scientific, Technical and Technological Advice (SBSTTA).
The CBD is charged with reducing the dramatic loss of species that underpin the Earth's life support systems, and the SBSTTA offers
expert advice and recommendations.
"We are worried about the negative impacts of geoengineering and synthetic life forms on Africa," said a representative from
Malawi at the final session of the Subsidiary Body on Scientific, Technical and Technological Advice (SBSTTA). This group is made up of scientific and
technical experts from more than 100 countries that are signatories to the U.N. Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD).
Responding to a glowing, waving tentacle in the back of the room bleating, "What's the point here?"
We're glad you asked.
[color=Cyan]"Geoengineering" refers to any large-scale human-made effort to intentionally adjust major planetary systems, and includes proposals
such as giant vertical pipes in the ocean, pumping vast amounts of sulfates into the stratosphere to block sunlight or blowing ocean salt spray into
clouds to increase their reflectivity.
As always, follow the money.
ASILOMAR INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON CLIMATE
Companies backing some of these schemes hope to profit from the rising public clamour for action on climate change, and politicians desperate to
avoid serious reductions in greenhouse gas emissions.
Last March, scientists and geoengineering proponents attended an invitation-only conference in Asilomar, California to discuss various geoengineering
ideas and a "voluntary code of conduct".
[color=FFF000]The Climate Response Fund is coordinating an international conference to develop norms and guidelines for controlled experimentation
on climate engineering or intervention techniques.
These sound like fun people.
Who's involved and who funds this?
The Climate Response Fund gratefully acknowledges the following contributors to the Asilomar Conference on Climate Intervention Technologies:
• The State of Victoria, Australia
Strategic Partners are organizational partners that are also major donors supporting the conference.
• The Altman Family Foundation
• The William K. Bowes, Jr. Foundation
• Robert Klein/Danielle Guttman-Klein
• The Franklin P. and Catherine Johnson Family Foundation
• The Swig Foundation
• The Qualcomm Matching Gift Program
• Mr. John Freidenrich
• Carin and Alan Trounson
• The Ueberroth Family Foundation
• The Climate Institute
• The Environmental Defense Fund
• The Royal Society
* Several organizations, together with the Climate Response Fund, have heard the calls for research on climate intervention/geoengineering. These
organizations join with us in recognizing the need for risk assessment and management guidelines/norms for this research.
They have joined with us in supporting interdisciplinary international discussion of frameworks to assess and manage risk associated with climate
[color=Cyan]The agricultural risks of climate engineering are serious.
Food is a global commodity – shortages anywhere can give rise to global price hikes that put vulnerable communities worldwide at risk
of not being able to afford basic foodstuffs.
Consequently, any adverse effect of geoengineering research could couple with market conditions to raise food prices and increase risks of
hunger and malnutrition among poor communities.
Many involved scientists acknowledge this risk and have called for serious global discussions before geoengineering research might proceed.
Blackstock and Long are at the forefront of this effort: [color=Chartreuse]“Emerging national research programs—and even individual
scientists—must forswear climatic impacts testing and carefully restrict subscale field-testing until approved by a broad, legitimate international
They insist: “Vulnerable developing countries so far absent from [solar radiation management] discussions must be engaged, and all stakeholders need
to consider whether existing frameworks can facilitate this process, or whether new forums, treaties, and organizations are required.”
While these sentiments certainly can be applauded, the issues here are not just technical; they are loaded with ethical judgments, value
considerations, and political pitfalls, not to mention the ethical and moral considerations.
[color=FFD700]Yet, for many, phrases like “legitimate international process”
and “all stakeholders”
sound too much like climate
scientists and government diplomats getting together to decide the fate of the planet.
That hasn’t worked so well so far, and not only because vulnerable developing countries have not been adequately consulted.
So what kind of governance process do we need?
To many minds, a potentially potent analogy is that of informed consent in human subjects research. Just like geoengineering research, human subjects
research brings potentially significant public and private benefits by alleviating disease, injury, and even death.
Yet, because such research is also very dangerous, societies have adopted strict regulations for the conditions under which that research can be
One of the most important such conditions is informed consent.
Under U.S. Federal Code of Regulations, Title 45, Part 46,
Protection of Human Subjects, human subjects research that “obtains … data by … manipulations of the subject or the subject’s environment”
(USFCR 45.46.102(f)) must seek "informed consent … from each prospective subject”
it puts at risk (USFCR 45.46.111(a)(4)).
For geoengineering, of course, that would be everyone on the planet.
"A nation...cannot survive treason from within...the traitor ...wears the face of his victims,...and he appeals to the baseness that
lies deep in the hearts of all men.
He rots the soul of a nation—he works secretly...he infects the body politic so that it can no longer resist. A murderer is less to be
Cicero, 42 B.C.E.
Oh Beautiful for Chemtrailed Skies
CONTROLLING CLIMATE: Catastrophic climate change may require technological fixes, such as mimicking the cooling
impact of volcanic eruptions like Mt. Pinatubo here.
Don’t ya just love the new paradigm?
I mean, it has so much to offer!
New skies, integrated circuits into human chemistry, molecularly altered fake food, plants and animals, and remote control war against anyone who
challenges it. Wow!
We’ve got it all.
What Is Geoengineering and Why Is It Considered a Climate
Change Solution?: Scientific American
Holmestead - Index of Chemtrail pages
And a great thread by esteemed member OzWeatherman.
Contrail/ Chemtrail Research Thread
Not to leave out the U.K.
U.K. Researchers to
Test "Artificial Volcano" for Geoengineering the Climate: Scientific American
Someone mentioned that other people worldwide are involved in the research as to what in the world in going on in our skies...
“Today's aspiring climate engineers wildly exaggerate what is possible and scarcely consider the political or ethical implications of
attempting to manage the world's climate.”
- James Fleming
First and foremost is the international control of planetary systems: our water, lands and air.
[color=00FF00]Second, is the commitment to climate change mitigation and adaptation.
If some rich governments and industry see geoengineering as a quick, cheap fix for climate change, their money and technologies will be devoted to
this “scientific solution” and there will be no resources to help the global South fend off the chaos ahead.
[color=Cyan]'No matter how great the scientific wizardry, the modern Archimedes still has no place to stand, no acceptable lever or fulcrum, and
no way to predict where the Earth will roll if tipped.
' - James Fleming
Is anybody really
Peace Love Light
[align=center][color=magenta]Liberty & Equality or Revolution
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