by Susanne Posel
The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has commissioned a study with the national Academy of Sciences (NSA) to determine of geoengineering would allow humans to alter the weather of the planet and halt the forces of man-made climate change.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), and NASA are involved in this project.
Edward Price, spokesperson for the CIA stated: “It’s natural that on a subject like climate change the Agency would work with scientists to better understand the phenomenon and its implications on national security.”
The study will analyze:
• Technical implications of geoengineering techniques
• Feasibility of geoengineering techniques
• Evaluate impact and national security concerns
• Methods to manage solar radiation management
• Methods to artificially cool the temperature of the planet
• Investigative proposals for removing CO2 from the atmosphere
Several scientists are being funded by Bill Gates to implement various cooling methods into the atmosphere. David Keith of the University of Calgary in Alberta, Canada, and Ken Caldeira of the Carnegie Institution have gathered experts in the field of energy, economists and policymarkers to present detailed information regarding the technical and intellectual properties of using chemicals to cool the temperature of the planet.
Gates has become the biggest private sector funder of geoengineering projects.
To Gates, geoengineering will “buy us time” to deal with the problems at hand. For now, Gates is willing to sacrifice the structure of our biosphere in order to push his ideas for green electricity generation and transportation.
In 2010, the UN Convention on Biological Diversity stated that experiments on the earth’s weather patterns must be halted until more research can be conducted to confirm their positive effects.
Scientists in the UK, Netherlands and Germany say that there is no consensus on climate change within the scientific community. That the theory that greenhouse gases cause global warming is a just that – a theory.
Furthermore, there is no accord on how the phenomenon of changing global temperature and extreme weather is being created.
These respected scientists said: “The Greenland and Antarctic ice sheets have been reported to be losing mass at accelerating rates. However, at present there is no scientific consensus on whether these reported accelerations result from variability inherent to the ice-sheet-climate system, or reflect long-term changes.”
Even the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) stated in a recent report that there is “no long-term acceleration of sea level has been identified using 20th-century data alone.”
The IPCC assessed that it would take centuries for the ice sheets to melt to the degree that they are affecting sea levels.
Studies claim that centuries away the most dangerous effects of man-made climate change will destroy the known world. Carbon dioxide and the global disbursement of the greenhouse gas have dominated the alarmist claims of certain scientists.