Geoengineering Projects That Could Offset Global Warming
“The realisation that existing efforts to mitigate the effects of human-induced climate change are proving wholly ineffectual has fuelled a resurgence of interest in geo-engineering,” said lead author Prof Tim Lenton of UEA’s School of Environmental Sciences. (note: UEA is the Univerity of East Anglia - the same folk who have 'adjusted' their 'raw' data to get their desired outcomes)
DARPA to Explore Geoengineering
An official advisory group to the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is convening an unclassified meeting next week to discuss geoengineering, ScienceInsider has learned. DARPA is the latest in a number of official science funding agencies or top scientific societies that are exploring the controversial idea. But one leading advocate of the work opposes the military developing geoengineering techniques.
Weighing the Pros and Cons of Stratospheric Geoengineering
Fleets of small jet aircraft could fly into the lower stratosphere several times a day and release sulfur gas to produce planet-cooling sulfate aerosols
Royal Society: Geoengineering the Climate:science, governance and uncertainty
This one has many downloadable PDF files
Chemtrail Smoking Gun: Proof of Global Geoengineering Projects
A very interesting page, and here is the link to the chemtrail database.
I'll be back to add a few more later!
Climate Change and Geoengineering
(This is the interesting part:)
In relation to ‘geoengineering’, the ‘Climate Change 2001’ report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change confirms that it ‘includes the possibility of engineering the earth’s climate system by large-scale manipulation of the global energy balance. It has been estimated, for example, that the mean effect on the earth surface energy balance from a doubling of CO2 could be offset by an increase of 1.5% to 2% in the earth’s albedo, i.e. by reflecting additional incoming solar radiation back into space….
Climate Scientists Convene Global Geo-engineering Summit
Meeting in California in March will discuss possible field trials of schemes that would tackle climate change by reflecting sunlight or fertilising the ocean with iron