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Geoengineering & Weather Modification News – Week 47, 2015

source: http://inhabitat.com/treepods-carbon-scrubbing-artificial-trees-for-boston-city-streets/ TREEPODS: Carbon-Scrubbing Artificial Trees for Boston City Streets

Here is a summary of Geoengineering and Weather Modification News from around the globe for Monday, November 16 – Sunday, November 23, 2015

These weekly posts will chronicle links to raise awareness of Geoengineering and Weather Modification activities worldwide in advance of the COP21 conference, where Geoengineering SRM lobbyists will seek funding for their global weather control agendas.  As you read these articles, take special note of their tone, their agendas, and who would benefit from the article.

For more information on the real causes of Climate Change, see ClimateChangeSense.org.

For a full understanding of weather control history, who’s doing it, and why, see our amazing reference site.

If you want to get vast numbers of emails by propeller heads on Geoengineering, I recommend following this list (Groups/Google/Forum/Geoengineering), as I do.

~ Jim “the Lorax” Lee

 

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The History of Chemtrails: How to Geoengineer a Planet with Jet Fuel

Check out the #OpChemtrails Flyer – Google Docs

 

GEOENGINEERING NEWS

The Guardian: COP21 climate marches in Paris not authorised following attacks

Cornell Chronicle: Cornellians travel to Paris for global climate summit

“I know this may sound strange coming from a literature professor,” Karen Pinkus said. “Given that the shift to renewables will not happen fast enough, I believe we may be headed toward some combination of solar radiation management and carbon dioxide removal. If we are going to further geoengineer the planet, we need philosophical reflection and critical thought to guide the technological aspects of our work.”

Lighthouse Daily News: Taking Actions for Climate Change

It seems we will soon be taking actions for climate change through geoengineering. As the Climate Change Conference of the United Nations approaches (it will take place in December in Paris), methods for preserving our environment are brought into light.

CNN International: A radical proposal on climate change: Block out the Sun

The Suburban: Gregory Lynch: Geoengineering examines the possibility of intentionally altering our global climate

The Conversation: Blocking out the sun won’t fix climate change – but it could buy us time

Volcanic eruptions lead to global cooling – could we mimic them?

The Conversation: Talking about geo-engineering may prevent us needing it

Let’s just hope we can get our act together before geo-engineering becomes a necessity, not just something we’re talking about.

The Guardian: Climate crisis: seaweed, coffee and cement could save the planet

If we wished to remove this amount (of CO2) by planting trees, for example, humanity would need, over a 50 year period, to cover an area the size of Australia with forest, planting a New York State-sized area every year, and maintaining the growing trees in a healthy state. It’s important to understand that, despite all of the CO2 that would be drawn out of the atmosphere by the trees, the Earth’s surface would continue to heat up. That’s because we would be replacing bright grasslands and desert – which reflect sunlight into space – with a dark forest canopy, which would capture sunlight and turn it into heat. As this thought experiment illustrates, the best way to think about CO2 by the gigatonne is that it is a volume of greenhouse gas that is significant in terms of planetary function.

Then we better plant twice that many per year ~ Jim

BBC Science Cafe: Geoengineering

In this week’s programme, ahead of the UN Climate Change Conference in Paris, Adam Walton explores some of the more radical ideas which are being put forward to prevent global warming – from artificial ‘forests’ capturing carbon dioxide to the creation of stratospheric veils against the sun. Welcome to the world of geoengineering.

source: http://inhabitat.com/treepods-carbon-scrubbing-artificial-trees-for-boston-city-streets/

Science Direct: Geoengineering: Basic science and ongoing research efforts in China

British Interplanetary Society: Deliberate Destruction of Planets and Biospheres

Andrew Lockey “discusses the potential for hostile use of geoengineering technologies in interplanetary warfare.”

University of Texas: Decision analysis for climate engineering research

Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics: Ozone changes under solar geoengineering: implications for UV exposure and air quality

Science Direct: Maritime shipping and emissions: A three-layered, damage-based approach

“Continued use of HFO at high seas will maintain the cooling effect of shipping. IMO should reconsider its sulphur decision reduction policy for high seas.”

Wiley Online: A case study of high sea salt aerosol (SSA) concentrations as a hazard to aviation

Taylor & Francis: Towards Integrated Ethical and Scientific Analysis of Geoengineering: A Research Agenda

Taylor & Francis: Systems Thinking for Geoengineering Policy

Geoengineering Group: Biochar Aerosols

Geoengineering Group: Cognitive Biases (in perceptions of Geoengineering)

Lecture Video: Hippocratic Oath for Climate Intervention Research

the guardian: Climate crisis: seaweed, coffee and cement could save the planet

New York Times: Iowa’s Climate-Change Wisdom

Lighthouse News Daily: Taking Actions For Climate Change

The Suburban: Geoengineering examines the possibility of intentionally altering our global climate

International Business Times: Climate Engineering: Blocking out the sun won’t fix climate change – but it could buy us time

The Conversation: Blocking out the sun won’t fix climate change – but it could buy us time

Tech Insider: Bill Nye says bubbling air into Earth’s oceans might save the planet from ourselves

Energy Post: Interview Hoesung Lee, new Chairman IPCC: “There is enormous value in carbon capture and storage”

Scientific American: Meeting a Global Carbon Limit Is Cheaper Than Avoiding One

dpa international: Plan B: Hacking the climate

BBC: Science Cafe. Geoengineering

PV Tech: Climate Policy Initiative: US $391 Billion invested in climate finance in 2014

Other recommendations include innovating and refining financial instruments that answer the needs of investors, while an updated integration of environmental, social and governance factors in investment decision making processes could help investors learn more about climate intervention.

Zhe, Liu; Ying, Chen (2015): Impacts, risks, and governance of climate engineering

Heutel, Garth; et al. (2015): Climate Engineering Economics

Hourdequin, Marion (2015): The ethics of geoengineering

Quaas, Johannes (2015): Approaches to Observe Anthropogenic Aerosol-Cloud Interactions

Tech Times: Scientists Want To Combat Global Warming With Controversial Cloud Seeding

More specifically, University of Washington’s Joint Institute for the Study of the Atmosphere and Ocean (JISAO) scientists believe that misting the clouds with saltwater, a cloud reflectivity modification technique would help in brightening up the clouds and aid it with reflecting sunlight back to lessen amount of heat that will enter through the atmosphere.

Weather Modification News

PRX: Owning The Clouds

Humans have always been interested in controlling the weather. In the past we used raindances and sacrifices; today we turn to science. Cloud seeding is practiced all over the world, but there’s still a lot we don’t know about it. This piece delves into the surprising history, the controversial present, and the uncertain future of cloud seeding.

The San Diego Union-Tribune: Rain promised, flood followed in 1916 (Photo Gallery)

The Hatfield brothers were unaware of the death and destruction west of the mountains because they left Lake Morena shortly after they saw 4 feet of water spilling over the top of the dam, which held. Charles was satisfied that he had fulfilled the contract and would collect his $10,000.

But the Hatfields were not treated as conquering heroes in San Diego. In fact, they had to lay low after an anonymous caller threatened to lynch the brothers because of the damage the city had endured.

The next month, City Attorney Terence Cosgrove insisted that San Diego wasn’t obligated to pay Hatfield anything. Only some of the water that spilled over the Lake Morena dam could be attributed to Hatfield, he said. The City Council voted 3-2 not to honor the agreement.

Brimner suspects that even before the rain started falling, Cosgrove had no intention of paying Hatfield no matter what happened that winter. Cosgrove also knew that if the city admitted that Hatfield was working for it, the floodgates would open for legal claims against the city.

Hatfield later filed suit seeking the $10,000 he said he was promised. Cosgrove told Hatfield’s attorney he would instruct the council to authorize payment to Hatfield — if Hatfield would sign an agreement assuming responsibility for all flood claims, which by then had topped $3 million. The case lingered into 1917.

“Charles was hoping it (the rain) would be considered an act of Charles,” Brimner said. “But the courts decided it was an act of God. Hatfield knew he had been beaten.”

http://www.latimes.com/local/california/la-me-rainmaker-20150526-story.html

Antara News: President Jokowi emphasizes importance of intelligence cooperation

The Indonesian government has taken all efforts to fight the fires from land as well as air, involving more than 30,000 personnel, and has also conducted weather modification, while spreading 325 tons of salt to seed clouds to generate artificial rain using four planes, he said.

The Standard: Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao needs P50m to cope with El Niño

Mending told media  the proposed  El Niño mitigation fund “will be used for programs to lessen the impact of drought, to provide farmers alternative livelihood, for cloud seeding operations, for medicine to make working animals stronger amid excruciating heat, and for procurement of heat-resistant agricultural products to be distributed to farmers.”

Manilla Bulletin: Binay doubts gov’t can address El Niño displacement of 1M workers

“The worsening El Niño must be addressed through water conservation, cloud seeding and rice importation,” Binay said.

Manilla Bulletin: Bulacan farmers fear poor harvest

Many farmers like Mang Nitoy said National Irrigation Administration (NIA officials have no choice but to cut temporarily the irrigation needs of Central Luzon and spend millions for 60-hour cloud-seeding operations over the Angat Dam watershed to avert a crisis.

Atlas Obscura: Meet the Midwestern Pilots Who Risk Their Lives to Change the Weather

eNews Channel Africa: Is cloud seeding the answer for rain in South Africa?

Notre Dame Broadcasting Corporation: How does cloud seeding work?

The National: UAE President announces Dh300 billion post-oil plan for innovation projects

Among the projects are expansion of Masdar’s solar energy centre, developing solar storage and incubators for clean energy technology. Masdar’s desalination programmes, innovations in cloud seeding and preserving water resources were others.

Inforum: Inside Business: Magazine features Fargo cloud seeding company

Nevada Appeal: Nevada drought forum finalizes recommendations for Gov. Brian Sandoval

It would also encourage development of more water storage, desalinization of waters in the state and cloud seeding to increase the amount of available water.

KOLO TV: DRI’s Cloud-Seeding Adding to Sierra Snow Pack

RENO, NV – Once again this season, the Sierra snow pack is getting a little boost from scientists at the Desert Research Institute.

Evergreen Underground Water Conservation DistrictSouth Texas Weather Modification AssociationNotice Of Meeting

Natural News: Geoengineering now becoming a global business, while mainstream media and government continue to deny the truth

 

Upcoming Events and Deadlines

University of Wisconsin-Madison Lecture: Into the Great Wide Open? The Potential Promise and Perils of Climate Geoengineering (Wil Burns), Madison/USA

2015 Canberra Conference on Earth System Governance: Summer School at the University of Canberra, Canberra/Australia

London Futurists: Experiment Earth: Responsible innovation in geoengineering (with Jack Stilgoe), London/UK

Conference: AGU Fall Meeting – CE related papers, San Francisco/USA

  • ED13H-04: Climate Engineering: A Nexus of Ethics, Science and Governance – Monday, 14 December 2015, 14:25 – 14:40, Moscone South – 310
  • GC14C-08:  Impacts of ocean albedo alteration on Arctic sea ice restoration and Northern Hemisphere climate – Monday, 14 December 2015, 17:45 – 18:00 PM, Moscone West 3005
  • U21A-02: What do model results tell us regarding Climate Intervention (Geoengineering) strategies to counter high latitude climate change. – Tuesday, 15 December 2015, 08:15 – 08:30, Moscone South – 102
  • ED22B-03: “Responding to Climate Change” Course: Research Integration – Tuesday, 15 December 2015, 10:50 – 11:05, Moscone South – 103
  • A23K-04: Evidence of Clear-Sky Daylight Whitening: Are we already conducting geoengineering? – Tuesday, 15 December 2015, 14:25 – 14:40, Moscone West – 3004
  • Ecological Limits to Terrestrial Biological Carbon Dioxide Removal – Tuesday, 16 December 2014, 09:00 – 09:15, Moscone West – 3006
  • U34A-01: What We Can Learn from the Next Large Volcanic Eruption – Wednesday, 16 December 2015, 16:00 – 16:13, Moscone South – 102
  • U34A-02: What do we need to know to model the microphysical evolution of volcanic clouds and how can we make these measurements? – Wednesday, 16 December 2015, 16:13 – 16:26, Moscone South – 102
  • B34A-05: Land Management for Climate Change Mitigation and Geoengineering – Are Earth System Models up to the Challenge? – Wednesday, 16 December 2015, 17:00 – 17:15, Moscone West – 2008
  • A42F-03: Troposphere-Stratosphere Coupled Chemistry-Climate Interactions: From Global Warming Projections to Air Quality – Thursday, 17 December 2015, 10:50 – 11:05, Moscone West – 3008
  • A42D-07: Photochemical Activation of Chlorine by Iron and Iron Oxide Aerosol – Thursday, 17 December 2015, 11:50 – 12:05,  Moscone West – 3010
  • GC52C-07: “Supergreen” Renewables: Integration of Mineral Weathering Into Renewable Energy Production for Air CO2 Removal and Storage as Ocean Alkalinity – Friday, 18 December 2015, 12:05 – 12:20, Moscone West – 2022-2024
  • GC13D-1182: Stratospheric sulfate geoengineering impacts on global agriculture – Monday, 14 December 2015, 13:40 – 18:00, Moscone South – Poster Hall
  • GC13C-1154: The Climate Potentials and Side-Effects of Large-Scale terrestrial CO2 Removal – Insights from Quantitative Model Assessments – Monday, 15 December 2014, 13:40 – 18:00, Moscone West – Poster Hall
  • GC13C-1155: On nutrients and trace metals: Effects from Enhanced Weathering – Monday, 14 December 2015, 13:40 – 18:00, Moscone South – Poster Hall
  • A13B-0308: Satellite Remote Sensing of the Dependence of Homogeneous Ice Nucleation on Latitude and Season – Monday, 14 December 2015, 13:40 – 18:00, Moscone South – Poster Hall
  • Geoengineering Using Oceanic Microbubbles – Monday, 15 December 2014, 13:40 – 18:00, Moscone West – Poster Hall
  • B23B-0603: Quantitative Assessment of the Potential of Afforestation for Carbon Dioxide Removal: Evaluating carbon sequestration and biogeophysical impacts in a dynamic global vegetation model – Tuesday, 15 December 2015, 13:40 – 18:00, Moscone South – Poster Hall
  • H31A-1403: Exploring the Effects of Solar Radiation Management on Water Cycling in a Coupled Land-Atmosphere Model – Wednesday, 16 December 2015, 08:00 – 12:20, Moscone South – Poster Hall

Posters

  • GC13D-1182: Stratospheric sulfate geoengineering impacts on global agriculture – Monday, 14 December 2015, 13:40 – 18:00, Moscone South – Poster Hall
  • GC13C-1154: The Climate Potentials and Side-Effects of Large-Scale terrestrial CO2 Removal – Insights from Quantitative Model Assessments – Monday, 15 December 2014, 13:40 – 18:00, Moscone West – Poster Hall
  • GC13C-1155: On nutrients and trace metals: Effects from Enhanced Weathering – Monday, 14 December 2015, 13:40 – 18:00, Moscone South – Poster Hall
  • A13B-0308: Satellite Remote Sensing of the Dependence of Homogeneous Ice Nucleation on Latitude and Season – Monday, 14 December 2015, 13:40 – 18:00, Moscone South – Poster Hall
  • Geoengineering Using Oceanic Microbubbles – Monday, 15 December 2014, 13:40 – 18:00, Moscone West – Poster Hall
  • B23B-0603: Quantitative Assessment of the Potential of Afforestation for Carbon Dioxide Removal: Evaluating carbon sequestration and biogeophysical impacts in a dynamic global vegetation model – Tuesday, 15 December 2015, 13:40 – 18:00, Moscone South – Poster Hall
  • B23G-0682: Revisiting ocean carbon sequestration by direct injection: A global carbon budget perspective – Tuesday, 15 December 2015, 13:40 – 18:00, Moscone South – Poster Hall
  • H31A-1403: Exploring the Effects of Solar Radiation Management on Water Cycling in a Coupled Land-Atmosphere Model – Wednesday, 16 December 2015, 08:00 – 12:20, Moscone South – Poster Hall
  • C41B-0702: Assessing the potential and side effects of ocean albedo modification in the Arctic – Thursday, 17 December 2015, 08:00 – 12:20, Moscone South – Poster Hall

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About Jim "rezn8d" Lee (175 Articles)
Jim Lee publishes diligently researched environmental pollution, geoengineering, and mind control articles on his website ClimateViewer News (climateviewer.com) where the mantra is: "Where Conspiracy Meets Reality." He is also a contributing author and geoengineering adviser at The Liberty Beacon. Jim created ClimateViewer 3D (climateviewer.org), an open-source geophysical monitoring map with live intel streaming onto a gorgeous 3D globe. CV3D features an encyclopedic list of exclusive maps resulting in thousands of hours of personal educational bliss not found anywhere else on the internet, let alone all in one place. Also, Jim has compiled the largest volume of geoengineering and weather modification history into one massive timeline, complete with company directory, patents, sponsors, experiment map, and even live weather derivatives tracking: Weather Modification History (WeatherModificationHistory.com). "I am forever a Boy Scout, lifetime artist, nocturnal programmer, music is my life, love is my religion, and I am the luckiest husband and father on Earth. I have a passion for mapping, mysteries, and mayhem." Jim can be reached at jim@climateviewer.com.

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