Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Geoengineering: on the table

The current issue of Foreign Affairs features an article sure to stir the pot in the chemtrail research community, particularly as it comes from a Council of Foreign Relations publication...

The Geoengineering Option: A Last Resort Against Global Warming

A breif synopsis is in order. The authors' premise is that geoengineering, defined as climate control on a global scale (as opposed to local "rain-making" attempts), has not been tried yet. However, as global warming becomes more inimicable to economies, coastlines and even entire nations (such as the Maldives), rouge atempts to alter the climate -whether by individual nations or by non-state actors such as multinational corporations - will become more likely. Before this happens, we would be wise to scientifically study the option, in an internationally regulated manner, so that any potentially disastrous effects will be recognized early on. In short, the authors suggest that by researching this now, before any full-scale implementation, we may decide in an internationally enforceable way not to try the option, if its dangers are found to be too great.

Of course, there are many who say it is already operational, for example...

The Chemtrail Smoking Gun

1 comment:

WXXX said...

Impact of changes in diffuse radiation on the global land carbon sinkCommenting in Science News, Michael Roderick, an environmental physicist at the Australian National University in Canberra. “This is a big advance.” Researchers, he notes, could use the revised model to estimate the long-term effects of geoengineering — of which artificially adding large quantities of aerosols to the atmosphere to ameliorate the effects of global warming would be one example.