Scientists are talking about spraying chemicals in the sky to block the sun and save us from global warming in preparation for the upcoming COP21 talks.

Solar Radiation Management will disrupt rainfall patterns worldwide and must not be made legal.

Following the CIA sponsored Climate Intervention reports is this years big push for Geoengineering SRM, SRM Science 2015.

Here are the videos from this year’s SRM Science 2015 on March 12-14 in Cambridge, UK.

First watch their promo:

Solar Radiation Management Science Cambridge 2015

Playing God with the planet? Whether you call it Geoengineering, Climate Engineering, or Climate Intervention, we don’t like men controlling our weather!

Here are the videos from the SRM Science 2015 live broadcasts with the details provided for each video.

Live Broadcasts

Solar Radiation Management Science 2015 - University of Cambridge

Streamed live on Mar 13, 2015

Friday 13 March (Engineering department)

8.oo Registration, coffee

9.00 Welcome & Introduction

9.30 Keynote Lecture: Ken Caldeira

10.00 Keynote Lecture: Phil Rasch

10.30 Coffee

11.00 Technical Session 1: Climate Modelling. Chair: Lesley Gray

Jim Haywood ‘Results from GEOMIP and SRM simulations with the Hadley Centre Model’ Scott Osprey ‘The long-standing dynamical impacts of climate engineering using stratospheric sulphate aerosol’ Andy Jarvis ‘Deeply ignorant rationality: A solar radiation management case study’ Stephen Salter ‘Can we get a win-win result for the side effects of marine cloud brightening by use of coded modulation of condensation nucleus concentration?’ 12.30 Lunch & Lunchtime Perspectives. Chair: Olaf Corry

Ian Simpson ‘Evidence and theory of current climate engineering programs’ Josefina Fraile-Martin ‘Civil Society and Geoengineering’ 14.00 Keynote Lecture: David MacKay

14.30 Keynote Lecture: Lynn Russell

15.00 Coffee

15.30 Technical Session 2: Impacts, Implications & Consequences. Chair: Nem Vaughan

Piers Forster ‘Potentially damaging precipitation side effects from solar radiation management’ Ben Kravitz ‘SRM Impacts on the Hydrological Cycle’ Andy Wiltshire ‘Future Ecosystem Services, Climate Mitigation and Geo-Engineering’ Sebastian Eastham ‘Sensitivities of Human Health to Aerosol Climate Engineering’ 17.00 End

19.00 - 21.00 Panel discussion, Lady Mitchell Hall, Sidgwick Site. Chair: Oliver Morton. Panellists: Martin Rees, Amartya Sen, Onora O’Neill, David Keith.

Saturday 14 March (Engineering department)

9.00 Coffee

9.30 Keynote Lecture: David Keith

10.00 Keynote Lecture: Duncan McLaren

10.30 Coffee

11.00 Session 3: Engineering Systems. Chair: Hugh Hunt

Hugh Hunt ‘Delivering particles to the stratosphere - SPICE WP2’ Chris Burgoyne ‘Some engineering aspects of a Geoengineering balloon and tether’ Julian Evans ‘The quest for ingenerate resources to promote longevity of the ocean mirror’ John Latham ‘Marine Cloud Brightening’ 12.30 Lunch & Lunchtime Perspectives. Chair: Duncan McLaren

Holly Buck ‘Contested infrastructure: insights from large-scale development projects’ Bronislaw Szerszynski ‘A bibliometric study of solar radiation management science: publications and patents’ 14.00 Keynote Lecture: Tom Ackerman

14.30 Keynote Lecture: Matthew Watson

15.00 Coffee

15.30 Session 4: Atmospheric Effects. Chair: Matthew Watson

Markus Kalberer ‘Atmospheric chemistry of mineral particles in the stratosphere: implications for ozone chemistry and stratospheric particle injection’ Graham Mann ‘Quantifying the radiative forcing from the 1991 Mt Pinatubo eruption’ Peter Davidson ‘The impact, implications and consequences of the use of manufactured particles to improve the feasibility and reduce risk for a Stratospheric Solar Radiation Management (SRM) Insurance’ Peter Irvine ‘Detection, Attribution and Climate Control - the Limits to Solar Radiation Management’ 17.00 End

Live Streaming: Geoengineering - Solar Radiation Management Science #SRMS

Streamed live on Mar 13, 2015

This is the Friday (March 13) post lunch session:

12.30 Lunch & Lunchtime Perspectives. Chair: Olaf Corry

Ian Simpson ‘Evidence and theory of current climate engineering programs’ Josefina Fraile-Martin ‘Civil Society and Geoengineering’ 14.00 Keynote Lecture: David MacKay

14.30 Keynote Lecture: Lynn Russell

15.00 Coffee

15.30 Technical Session 2: Impacts, Implications & Consequences. Chair: Nem Vaughan

Piers Forster ‘Potentially damaging precipitation side effects from solar radiation management’ Ben Kravitz ‘SRM Impacts on the Hydrological Cycle’ Andy Wiltshire ‘Future Ecosystem Services, Climate Mitigation and Geo-Engineering’ Sebastian Eastham ‘Sensitivities of Human Health to Aerosol Climate Engineering’ 17.00 End

Geoengineering Panel Discussion

Streamed live on Mar 13, 2015

19.00 - 21.00 Panel discussion, Lady Mitchell Hall, Sidgwick Site.

Chair: Oliver Morton.

Panellists: Martin Rees, Amartya Sen, Onora O’Neill, David Keith.

 

 

Climate Engineering #SRMS2015 Cambridge

Streamed live on Mar 14, 2015

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Geoengineering the Climate SRMS Cambridge 2015

Streamed live on Mar 14, 2015

14.00 Keynote Lecture: Tom Ackerman

14.30 Keynote Lecture: Matthew Watson

15.30 Session 4: Atmospheric Effects. Chair: Matthew Watson

Francis Pope ‘Atmospheric chemistry of mineral particles in the stratosphere: implications for ozone chemistry and stratospheric particle injection’ Graham Mann ‘Quantifying the radiative forcing from the 1991 Mt Pinatubo eruption’

Peter Davidson ‘The impact, implications and consequences of the use of manufactured particles to improve the feasibility and reduce risk for a Stratospheric Solar Radiation Management (SRM) Insurance’

Peter Irvine ‘Detection, Attribution and Climate Control - the Limits to Solar Radiation Management’

CV News Response to SRM Science 2015

Public response to SRM Science 2015: https://climateviewer.wordpress.com/2015/03/06/re-branding-geoengineering-climate-intervention-and-gatekeeping/

Video responses to #SRMS15 :

And a few more:

www.youtube.com/watch?v=uZSYGbWCTp8
www.youtube.com/watch?v=-x0t1KnhBUM
www.youtube.com/watch?v=_YpmGdHnpq0
www.youtube.com/watch?v=c3fEQQCkIUI

More info on Geoengineering:
climateviewer.com/geoengineering/

Climate Engineering timeline
weathermodificationhistory.com

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