reply to post by network dude
YOU'RE a chemtrail debunker. you tell US what you get out of it. clearly you must get something. who would have time to devote to that cause unless
they were compensated?
How much do you get paid to post here?
Do you get a health plan?
What do you get out of this?
I also don't believe in Bigfoot, but I read every thread I see about it just in case someone finds something that hasn't been found before.
I read UFO threads and post in them but I am not sure they are from space.
The things I post about contrails is science fact. I enjoy discussing them. But unlike you, I don't get paid for it. Follow the money.
Follow the money? OK, here is where that led to:
"Geoengineering Climate: Technical Evaluation and Discussion of Impacts Meeting
September 10, 2013 - September 12, 2013
National Academy of Sciences Building
2100 C St. NW
Room: NAS 125
Tuesday, September 10, 2013
9:00 AM Introductions Marcia McNutt, Chair
NRC/Committee introductions, study background, and meeting objectives and ground rules
9:10 AM Discussion of Committee’s Task
Discussion continued from first meeting on what this study should address
9:10 AM Gary Geernaert, Department of Energy
9:30 AM Daniel Schrag, Harvard University
9:50 AM Committee Discussion
10:30 AM Break
10:40 AM Session 1: Observations and Natural Analogues
What can be detected with satellites now that would be relevant to observing the experimentation or deployment of solar radiation management (SRM)
techniques? (in particular for Earth’s albedo and Stratospheric aerosols) What can be learned from natural analogues (e.g., volcanoes) about the
effects of SRM techniques? And how well can we anticipate a volcanic eruption?
10:40 AM Ralph Kahn, NASA – Observational capabilities in radiation, clouds, albedo, and aerosols
11:00 AM Charlie Mandeville, USGS – Volcano eruption warnings
11:20 AM Alan Robock, Rutgers University (remote presentation) – Volcanic eruptions as analogs for stratospheric geoengineering
11:40 AM Committee Discussion
12:30 PM Working Lunch
1:30 PM Session 2: Geoengineering and the Public; Ethical and Equity Issues
How does society view geoengineering? What are the ethical and equity issues involved with geoengineering?
1:30 PM Nick Pidgeon, Cardiff University (remote presentation) – How does society view geoengineering?
1:50 PM Stephen Gardiner, University of Washington (remote presentation) – Ethical and equity issues with geoengineering
2:10 PM Committee Discussion
2:45 PM Break
3:00 PM Session 3: Direct Air Capture; Carbon Sequestration and Storage
What do we know about the technology of direct air capture right now? What do we know about the potential for biological carbon storage? What do we
know about how to store carbon for the long term? Where is the technology? What is the capacity (globally and in U.S.)? What is the role of climate
3:00 PM David Keith, Carbon Engineering – Direct air capture
3:20 PM Robert Jackson, Duke University – Biological storage of carbon
3:40 PM Jae Edmonds, PNNL– Bioenergy, CCS, terrestrial sequestration, and climate policy
4:00 PM Kurt House, C12 Engery (remote presentation) – Geological storage of carbon
4:20 PM Committee Discussion
5:30 PM Open session ends
Wednesday, September 11, 2013
9:00 AM Introductions Marcia McNutt, Chair
9:10 AM Session 4: Policy, Governance, and Legal Issues
What existing legal structures relate to geoengineering? What types of governance structures have been proposed for geoengineering and/or what
structures exist that are relevant?
9:10 AM Susan Solomon, MIT (remote presentation) – Volcanoes as natural analogues to solar radiation management (carry over from Tuesday discussion)
and relevance of Montreal Protocol to geoengineering
9:30 AM Scott Barrett, Columbia – Governance of geoengineering
9:50 AM David Keith, Harvard – Governance and solar radiation management
10:10 AM David Reidmiller, State Department – Geoengineering in the context of international environmental policy
10:30 AM David Winickoff, UC Berkeley (remote presentation) – Governing Geoengineering Research: Are New Institutions Necessary?
10:50 AM Committee Discussion
12:30 PM Working Lunch
Open session ends"
Continuing on the money trail we find this:
These projects seek to modify the atmosphere, either by enhancing natural processes such as the sulfur cycle, or by using artificial techniques such
as reflective balloons.
1.Stratospheric sulfur aerosols modify the Earth's albedo with reflective or absorptive materials spread over portions of its surface.
2.Reflective aerosols or dust methods would use tiny metal flakes or silica compounds added to the fuel of jet airliners, so that particles would be
emitted from the jet engine exhaust.
3.Cloud whitening / marine cloud brightening / cloud reflectivity enhancement projects recommend that ships spray seawater into the air to create
clouds, shielding the earth from the sun.
4.Cloud seeding proposes the use of airliners to distribute the cloud-seeding materials or the burning of sulfur in ships or power plants to form
sulfate aerosol in order to stimulate additional low marine clouds to reflect sunlight.
5.Ocean sulfur cycle enhancement would enhance the natural sulfur cycle in the southern ocean by fertilizing a small portion with iron in order to
enhance dimethyl sulfide production and cloud reflectivity. The goal would be to slow Antarctic ice from melting and raising sea level.
6.Reflective balloons suggests billions of aluminized, hydrogen-filled balloons be placed in the stratosphere to provide a reflective screen.
7.Low stratospheric soot could be created by decreasing the efficiency of burning in engines of aircraft flying in the low stratosphere to maintain
a thin cloud of soot to intercept sunlight."
So the idea is to enhance natural processes such as Stratospheric sulfur aerosols. How would that be done? Assisting volcanoes? Inducing earthquakes
in areas of volcanoes?
"Reflective aerosols or dust methods would use tiny metal flakes or silica compounds added to the fuel of jet airliners, so that particles would be
emitted from the jet engine exhaust."
The aviation experts assert that this can't be, yet that's what is being done by the geo-engineers (chemtrail creators).
Here is a Canadian version of Al Gore, by the name of David Keith. He has a radical idea to inject the atmosphere with soot or ash.
I'm sure he was paid a decent sum to peddle this fear mongering drivel. Just following the money as you asked.
"David divides his time between Boston and Calgary where he serves as president of Carbon Engineering—a start-up company developing industrial
scale technologies for capture of CO2 from ambient air."
There $$$$$ to be made here!