posted on Apr, 18 2013 @ 04:33 PM
Originally posted by tsurfer2000h
reply to post by Afterthought
This conversation is reminding of those who believe that all pro-lifers are going to murder doctors who perform abortions.
Not all, but more than you may think...
And your point is... ?
So, this thread is basicly designed to demonize all those who believe that our government may be using chemical aerosols to modify the weather?
But, this isn't a thread made by and for extremists.
Up is down and down is up, right?
And just to help those of you see what's actually going on...
Allow me to introduce you to the Global Cooling Project:
When done on a large scale, this will increase soil moisture, plant growth, cloud cover and rainfall.
Those involved with this project believe that increased cloud cover is a good thing. So, who's to say that contrails aren't being modified on
purpose so that they hang around longer?
People really shouldn't be so quick to dismiss things that may be going on and simply aren't reported in the MSM.
Where is the project's focus?
Areas where social, economic and political considerations make this a win-win-win-win option
The current shortlist of likely countries is:
Chad, Senegal, Mali, Guinea, Nigeria, Niger
Madagascar, Indonesia and surroundings
Ethiopia, Kenya, Sudan, Zambia
USA (eg Florida), Brazil, India, Australia
Who here has heard of this project?
What are these scientists NOT willing to try to "buy time" as they say on the site?
Who do they need to convince that they know best?
Discussions with local inhabitants will need to respect their right to refuse the project or have their needs taken account of both in the project
design and in its implementation.
In each continent, at least one in-country partnership will need to be created. The latter will consist of local communities, concerned NGOs,
government organisations, etc.
Will they truly listen to the local inhabitants? Those involved with fracking have proven they don't give a rat's arse what the locals have to say,
so why should we believe that these people are stating truth?
Am I going to try to kill these scientists because I don't agree with their project and ideas? Of coarse not.
But, I'm not going to invite them for Christmas dinner either and I certainly wouldn't think they aren't willing to try anything to make their
ideas work or make it seem as though their project is a success. They are obviously getting a lot of money to do this and I can't imagine that they
would want to pay it back should their project prove to be a failure or mess up the environment further.