22 Burst results for "Geo Engineering"

"geo engineering" Discussed on a16z

a16z

05:07 min | 7 months ago

"geo engineering" Discussed on a16z

"And they do that partly because if you want to study the permafrost or the Arctic in general, you need to have these various outposts. And so it's worth our money to do that. The more interesting question, even the funding to me, which you were kind of getting to when you were talking about this lovely story about. The dinosaur eggs in India was that for this to expand. Yellowstone, right? Now, which is a thing that everyone loves, right? You can't get people to say bad things about Yellowstone. People, universally acknowledge it as being an amazing thing in the world. But it's expansion impinges on real people's lives. Because all of a sudden big predators are showing up in their backyard, et cetera. And so for something like pleistocene park to be successful, it's going to have to interact with and make peace with the human world on quite a grand scale. If they are going to do all of northern Siberia in Alaska and the Yukon, et cetera, et cetera and that as being representative of the larger tension we have of trying to figure out how we coexist with wild animals and what the wild in general. This socioeconomic component too, because you think of these towns that don't have a lot of money to survive. They don't have a lot of economic opportunity. Why wouldn't you want to sell ivory? From these tests and make some money for yourself to survive your support your family. Dinosaur egg, China. Right. And so it's really striking when you do think about this question of who funds it because there's a lot of science and money that goes into this. And there's a lot of tradeoffs that people have to make. And anyway, another open question is this project is so radical and scheme and scope. That is anyone else doing anything this ambitious in the world anywhere. Will you compare it to one other major climate project? Oh, yeah. So yeah, there are geoengineering projects or proposals. Also the American Prairie reserve is another large grassland rewilding project. It doesn't have sort of sexy extinct creatures to sell it. Right. Or like a major climate change mitigation strategy to sell it. But it's really interesting and it's part of Montana. Tell us, I would love to hear the story behind the story. Funny, funny story is going up there. This is like a protected area and so you have to get official Russian permission, not just like a regular Visa, just to actually go to this region. So we get there and I had a really good friend of mine, grant slater, his an amazingly talented documentary filmmaker. We kind of worked together. I knew that he would have this sort of deep time sensibility alongside me and so I was really excited to see what he would do with it. And it was also a really interesting creative tension being out of the filmmaker because he has things he needs to get things kind of storytelling. Grant's paperwork is official permission had not come in on time. And so we had to go get, we went and got questioned. At the military base by these Russian soldiers who were in full fatigue, pretty big dudes..

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"geo engineering" Discussed on a16z

a16z

05:16 min | 7 months ago

"geo engineering" Discussed on a16z

"Small number of tweaks. The guy who's really at the forefront of this is George church. Who is a geneticist at Harvard and kind of has his hands on any number of eccentric schemes like this. But I mean, when I first heard about this, I thought, really? But then I started talking to people in the field and they were like, look, he's out there. He's out there like he's crazy. George is really the forefront of this. He has the right approach, which is to make, again, is few tweaks to this genome as possible. Just so you get these basic features. And then let nature do the rescue of 5, ten generations of these, and they'll refine it. I love when you say you realize the idea isn't how crazy this is to do it. It's actually like, well, it's actually not that it's actually not that crazy. The reason is why wouldn't it work? Do we know exactly what the mammoth was? Are we do we know exactly what we're aiming for or are we guessing? We have used several DNA fragments to sequence the entire woolly mammoth genome. However, we are not trying to make so I'm speaking on a two corners of my mouth here because I'm saying we're going to manufacture mammoths. But we are actually going to do is manufacture fatty Asian elephant. Like we are not aiming. For the exact genome, the original mammoth. We're just looking to re modify Asian elephants. And Asian elephant with the characteristics of a woolly mammoth in certain key areas. It just gives some textural feel. You describe that church and his group are adding cold resistant hemoglobin, a full body layer of insulating fat, they're shrinking the ears. Why are they good questions? In the Arctic, you get 70 below during the winter. Frostbite. The African elephant has these huge ears in those or not. Yeah. Yeah. You said cold resistant hemoglobin. I wanted to call it antifreeze blood. Like a new version of true blood, like drink this. And then let me get away with it. And he has an amazing question about, is it actually doing it from truth or not? But is there a truth? Because you also point out, we have this dead DNA problem. You think of DNA as a thing that lives on for ages and eons. But in fact, this DNA is decomposed and not really available even to draw from. That's right..

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"geo engineering" Discussed on a16z

a16z

04:40 min | 7 months ago

"geo engineering" Discussed on a16z

"Pave the way for these forests. Actually, one of the things that struck me, I feel like I referenced sapiens a lot on this podcast. The thing that just blew my mind is Yuval harari paints this picture of how humans are basically the worst predators in Earth's history. And we're so tiny relative to these huge megafauna, both on land and in water from huge woolly mammoths to whales in the ocean. And that everywhere humans moved. You can immediately see a decline drastically in the number of large mammals that would walk the earth. Yeah, it was so interesting when you talk about this birth period. And also, and it quick succession just ravaging. The wildlife. And yeah, it's really interesting. A lot of that science has crystallized as our timelines for where humans have showed up in the world have gotten more refined. So from very early on in paleontology, the consensus was everyone noticed these large animals had died out at the end of the ice age and they thought, well, at the end of the ice age, there was this period of warming in these animals didn't adapt. And then as time went on, it's like, well, glaciations like the ice age was not 3 million years of glacial cold. It was like 10,000 year bursts of glacial cold and then interglacials they're called where things would warm again. And these animals had weathered 30 of those. You called them like ice tsunami. Yes, and they'd been fine coming out of the other side of them. So why would this one did all of these megafauna diet? Well, without everything, a specific kind of thing. Yes. Right. Grass land played a big role because you no longer had this advantage where big animals could hide behind trees or rocks or big things. And so humans had to adapt by becoming very good at hunting, like shooting with spears or fire in order to attack these animals and essentially learn coordination as they got out of trees..

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"geo engineering" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

07:26 min | 1 year ago

"geo engineering" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Chat room, social media all over there in our own digital playground study groups are available to we have, like Bill Cooper, Tracy Twyman and others you go into, you could read and actually be in their study groups learned from what they have to say. And this way you get a well rounded education. What's happening here? We back up everything we say with research, and that's why we want you to join aftermath on media. Rather than just being a part of a social media group. You could be part of a movement where you're educating yourself and learning from our library and learning from the things we research here tonight. We have a very great show of real. I'm finding this show fast. It's good to have J dire with us tonight. I wanted to point out something about Bertrand Russell, who was an associate of wells after Wells died. Um Bertrand Russell wrote, Uh, 1950 to something called the impact of Science of society. The idea of establishing The technocracy that we are seeing now would be rival of doubles. I mean dollars has been around since 19 seventies. But just the idea of Dabo's having more power in the World Economic Forum establishing their power allowing for juicing Ping to say, Welcome to the New World Order, and now we're happy. The United States is going to jump on board with us all. This is what Bertrand Russell said about the impact of science on society and you're being told to follow the science of the supplies. He said. I think the subject which we of most importance politically in the future. Is mass psychology. Its importance has been enormously increased by the growth of modern methods of propaganda. Of these. The most influential is what is called education. Religion plays a part, though a diminishing won the press the cinema And the radio play an increasing part as well. It may be hoping in time anybody will be able to persuade anybody of anything if he can catch the patient, young. It is provided by the state with money and equipment. The subject will make great strides when it is taken up by scientists into the scientific dictatorship. Social psychologist of the future will have a number of classes of school Children on whom they will try different methods of producing an unshakable conviction that snow is black. Various results will soon be arrived. At first, the influence of home is obstructive second. That not much could be done unless indoctrination begins before the age of 10. Thirdly, versus set to music and repeatedly intoned, are very effective. Fourth of the opinion that snow is white must be held to show a morbid taste for eccentricity. But I anticipate it is for the future scientists to make these maxims precise. Discover exactly how much it cost per head to make Children believe that snow is black and how much less it would cost to make them believe that dark that snow is basically dark gray. J. Dire, You know, what he's basically saying is is that we need to teach the kids that two plus two equals five if the party says so, if the child is not learned that two plus two equals five, and we will banish him to poverty, or we will probably do worse to it. Yeah. George Bernard Shaw also spoke along the same lines and and they basically said that in the future, technocratic dignity dictatorship, you would have to come to them and convince them as to why you should be kept alive. So it's It's a totally psychopathic minds. I don't know where I found it Interesting he talked about. He used the term teaching the kids. The snow is black and and convincing them to see their black or dark. Gray doesn't sound a little ironic that he's bringing that up when you realize that the next agenda the big agenda of Dabo's Is to tell us that the world is warming. Rather than snow being black. The world is warming and we know that with all the volcanoes have been erupting. We know we're all things been going on. The planet is cooling down now. And even with all of the geo engineering that Bill Gates is backing we can see that you know, through Kim trails or whatever you wanna call them. They've been trying to cool the skies for the longest time. Well, that is also another PR thing that we used to be that it was global warming. And then it became climate change. And so really, they just kind of change it to fit. Whatever is needed at the moment. I remember reading articles some years ago where they were saying that we will never have snow again that snow is going to be a thing of the past because there's so much global warming. There's too many people that you know. Humans air heating up the planet. And because of that, we're just forgets. No, no more snowmen number snowball fights that will never exist. Children are being born right now. That won't even think there is such a thing. It'll be like a distant you know, Golden era fantasy of this stuff called Snow. Just the most absurd propaganda that they've been pushing out for a long time. But That fits perfectly into what virtue Russell's talking about which I like the reference that you had there to O'Brien in 1984, which is, you know, he says that you're gonna have to convince them. That not just that. You're saying what they they want you to say and what they want to hear, But they really want you to believe that two plus two is five? Yeah, e I mean, pretty soon you're not gonna be able to fake it. You have to believe through every fiber of your being. Two plus two equals five. You have to believe that this is how it went down. You cannot question it. There is no second opinion. The party says it is the way it is, therefore, that the way it is, If you question it, then you certainly need to be de programmed or need to be going toe. Education camp around it up. I mean, you're hearing all these Nazi buzzwords lately, like cleansing the population or you've heard now that they say that people like you know, Ted Cruz believes in the big lie, and I'm thinking they're taking these these words right out of gerbils. They're taking them. I mean, you were looking at the propaganda master of the Nazi party. Basically using terms like the big lie and using terms like what Gates was on Stephen Colbert, and he called the vaccination. He said that it was the final solution. And then when Colbert corrected him, said, I don't think you should call the final solution because conspiracy theorist will have a heyday with that new lab feels good point. Good point. But then again, Bill Gates is a mouth Uzi and Bill Gates, the disciple of H G Wells. He follows him and George Soros and and and and, you know Henry Kissinger. And and all of these others that have been these mouth Uzi and social engineers that have been part of this from the very beginning. Yeah, well, you mentioned Kissinger right? State Department Memorandum 200, which was to you know, engineer, famines, food crises and so forth to depopulate the third world when he wrote that Now, of course, that's that's going to be engineered for the whole first world. And that's what they mean by that great reset. This is an older revolutionary idea that if you look the French revolution, for example, they wanted to reset the world back to quote zero and for club swab and Davos. The idea as well. So called capitalism is caused all the problems of the modern world. So why don't we just destroy it? And we'll have an austerity right? We'll go back to austerity measures. Everything will reset. That's why they've been promoting. Things like, you know, living in tiny houses and be a millennial Don't don't own your land or anything like that. Just roam around And don't you know, make up Don't have kids. I have a family. That's just just be a mindless sort of consumer. And that fits perfectly into that, you know, move you into a mega city to a smart city. Live in a coffin.

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"geo engineering" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"geo engineering" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"A Biden administration every single one Everyone. Just like Gina McCarthy. Every single one will go along with this right here. Some guy named Nicholas Hallstrom with those little dots above the and the oldest, which people do which I have no idea. I promise that letter ready. He's the director of Sweden based environmentalists think tank. What next? Not what's next. But what next? Hey told, you know, Swedish girls didn't say what's next. So what next? Hey, maybe he's doing black English. Maybe that's out of the ghetto. I don't know what next. There's no merit in this test except to enable the next step. You can't test the trigger of a bomb and say This can't possibly do any harm. I like that's the way to put it. You can't set off of trigger of a bomb and saving this can't harm anyone. We're just gonna test it. It was one of poetry and have a go off. We're just testing. He added. That is reservations over the concept. First potential to change rain patterns are crap fields. Now we're getting to the real meat of the matter. I mean, the super model tan thing is bad that we don't mess with that. But this we can't eat. That ain't cool at all. Somebody named Lily Feur. Lily if you're not to be confused with the fear Hitler but Lily Feur, same spelling, who is head of the International Environmental Policy Division. At the Heinrich Ball Foundation. In Germany not to be confused with time Heinrich Himmler but Hinrich Ball Foundation in Germany so that the project is indeed crossing an important political red line. Political red Line. How about a human red line? These people are dangerous. They're straight up dangerous. And that is not backward. All were afraid of science. No, no, no, no. This is science in terms of mad science. They don't want to stop with the small experiment. The reason is to get bigger experiments. Reuters reported that both Feur and Hallstrom said the plan would violate the global 2010 moratorium on Geo engineering under the U. N Convention on Biodiversity. Yeah. Geo Engineering is not good. Not good, because they don't even know what their engineering for or against yet they claim they do. And they like playing these stupid little games in the lab, But the bottom line is they don't know what they're doing. They have no idea. You know what? I'm betting. I've been in dollars to donuts that a bunch of people that are in league with this in line with this support this I've been in the works right down the street of the university, Michigan. Yeah, but they do. Now listen to this. You know, I got a real thing about you of them now, boy, do I ever It's around this, uh, social engineering thing they're hell bent on have been for quite some time. The politically correct psychotics that run the place. Everybody that's associated with that is it's just disgusting. Now. There are people over there in real science. I get that. What They are are corrupted by the fact that the university setting is corrupted. Listen to this University of Michigan's words matter Task force says Words, Picnic and brown bag are offensive. Who would say something like that? And if they did? Why didn't they get the bums rush out of the move? Why didn't they say? Don't ever invite them to the party again? You invited to the party again? I'm gonna kick your ass. Don't ever invite them to the party again. Yeah, well, why did why did that happen? Well, why did the region's not say that? University of Michigan has a words matter Task force, and the organization has declared that certain words such as picnic and brown bag are offensive. And that's just the opening paragraph way to hear the rest of this stuff. It's crazy. I'm betting a lot of people over there to you or not. These people in particular too busy bring about 1984. They're making it something of the fiction. But the people that are in the scientific community, many.

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"geo engineering" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"geo engineering" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Tonight. So you'll see that you know, I was looking at this and I was thinking, Wow. You know, this is this is something that you know, I was thinking myself. Wait a minute. Is this a component off? Dark winter is a component of Atlantic Storm. I mean, is this a geo engineered storm is gonna Is it gonna continue and that always is already through. It is the organ. You know, you know they don't have harsh weather. I mean, we've had snow storms before and we've had, you know, sleet and rain. That scary part is when we have the freezing rain. That's what terrifies me. See, I waited and Watch the weather reports for any strange anomalies. It would be taking place. And I was actually wondering if the polar vortex would arrive or some other weather anomaly that the experts would blame on climate change. Because they do that every time say, Well, the polar vortexes arrived is gonna bring that cold weather down into the all the way down to Florida, and that's because of climate change. See, I was looking for something that would tell me or at least indicate to me that possibly that, you know, perhaps Operation Atlantic Storm was about to take place. Now, If you remember just the end of summer, we talked about dark Winter Atlantic Storm. And how both would guarantee harsher restrictions and lockdowns because covert 19 would become worse. Or there would be twinned Emmick between the flu and covert 19. Now we're not hearing much about the flu, but we're hearing everything about covert 19 and being locked down and not going out and doing anything for Christmas. So I stated back then that we would be seeing some very harsh storms during the winter. That would be rare because of geoengineering now Geo Engineering. Like I said it was a lot like on I detailed something called MK Naomi. Not MK Ultra Put em que Nao. We were 1979.

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"geo engineering" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"geo engineering" Discussed on KGO 810

"To 2076 33. I'll see them blue farming you, Andre. I think to myself What a wonderful good afternoon. I Patterson. You know, I loved having the Nobel Prize winning professor on Hallie, professor of physics at Oxford University on the program. Raymond P. Room bear. I mean, it was great, and he obviously is a scientist who knows what he's talking about. But I was sad because this sounded like wow, what an idea, and it's being looked into by so many people. There's a Professor of environmental and climate law at Columbia University. There's a Harvard University project that has to do with trying to find a way to cool the planet because the planet has a warm so much Cambridge University is involved in this Cornell University's engineering department is involved in this. I mean, there's just there are so very many who believe that there may be plausible proposals this. It's called Geo Engineering, and it was not that long ago a couple of years ago Nature magazine, they said that it was dangerous, outlandish and unsettling. The whole idea of it. But now there's more. There are more respectable scientists who are considering this. But then there are others who are raising a red flag and saying unintended consequences, which is exactly what the professor was telling us unintended consequences of trying to block sunlight. They use as an example. The volcano, which he mentioned Mount Kenna to bow in the Philippines erupted. There were all these particles in the atmosphere, and it caused global temperatures to drop 0.6 degrees Celsius over the next two years. So it looked like maybe there was a way that we could use manmade technology to cool the planet. But if we do that we may be doing that at our own peril. It's going to be harder than that's going to be tougher than that. And it is going to take some political will. That's only gonna happen if we push it. At any time. An FDA panel could Okay finders Covert 19 vaccine for emergency use Dr Joanie Khaldoun with the Michigan Department of Health, encouraging people to plan now for how they'll.

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"geo engineering" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"geo engineering" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Where the rain is falling how much is falling much lightning is associated with that and what the the flood stages for each level. Breach River is all at the same time. So the idea is multiple layers data and see how they correlate You can't do this on any other map on the planet and then finally a history and science fiction MAPS. Or created by myself and George Stellar good friend of mine we have everything from A. Sunken ships, ancient ruins, architecture, atmospheric sensors, and ems sites like our you name it. It's on their missile defense radars, conquers and wars disease outbreaks, energy, and pollution explorers, fossil sites, Geo engineering, and weather modification projects, worldwide geoscience. Government where half the world's. NSA is facility map with the undersea cables yeah. I was actually interviewed by the NSA I'm GonNa Beach Vacation by the pool over that map and a lot of other things like migration where you can see the Oregon California and Mormon trail all in one map. So. They're very unique educational baps on there, and then vision of that. This is all on climate you dot com slash three D., it's an all inclusive after that has all the maps or you can view the mafs individually on different pages I've Earth Monitor link, which actually has every external website that I use regularly so that you can go check those out as well. Okay. Now, this talk about that because I remember there was. Google Earth had forums to where this kind of layering was being done by a lot of people that saw this powerful tool that they could use to mark these kinds of things and make it part of our reference documentation for everything and. We earth community. Okay. Now, this what you're doing a using google earth, what's the software that you have that I'm sitting here three D. going zoom and you put on a clique thing about this this is open source and you know that you're mean we both love open source software. So this is called Cesium J. US as in Java script. Just like the radioactive material. Or in cesium runs on Web G. L. originally if people wanted to view the material they had to go and download the google earth plug in from Google and I had a lot of users just like F Golomb, not during hat So, always looking for an alternative and I prefer three days because I'm a three D. graphics designer designed Video Games, Y- three for film and stuff like that and I love you know being able to see it on a globe for you flatter out there I have a flatter mode on this map. Well, actually click. Instructions and Click Flat Earth, and it will actually let it out like pancake and you could be happy and blissful and not. Around this. Right now, this is very interesting.

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"geo engineering" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"geo engineering" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"In one setting all my life and and, ah, With that, You know, my office is nature and that includes the sky and weather fronts and everything sure, and so. As well as our scenic photographer. Professionally person time. So anyway, I've got an eye for what's out there, and they do do weather manipulation. Weather manipulation is nothing new, the four service and all sorts of different regions across the U. S has for years been introducing silver iodide. Be it from the ground. They shoot it up in the old military weapons used to to, you know, put stuff like that in the era's wells. He'd drop it out of airplanes, and that's Tio. To enhance the rain from the clouds and or helped create snow. It's it's it's marginally effective, you know, they say up to 10% additional, whether you can create a rain or what have you OK anyway, So that's nothing new. And I mean that has been going on since the fifties earlier, as well as the introduction of dry ice and other other materials, so But it's takeaways in the military. And what with you know what? What's down called? You know he was called affectionately contrails or what have you early on now? It's called Geo Engineering, and it's the real deal. I've been watching it for I don't know Probably 15 to 20 years. First I was a disbeliever. But being that I've watched only weather fronts and clouds build in this. You know how they build in the Sierras watching Tower up and do their thing and show. You know, I've been very ardent watcher of the contrails and also realizing.

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How will we fix climate change?

Tai Asks Why

06:26 min | 2 years ago

How will we fix climate change?

"Now. When we were born climate change is already kind of a big thing and that's because our parents and just people of the previous generation started building the factories in releasing these greenhouse gas into the like that Kinda take you off that they're just. GonNa leave you this like dying planet. Does that like annoy at all? I think it does these are my friends are just wanted to ask them if they're also super terrified about climate change I mean it's up to us for some reason to fix our planet in just to fix what all our ancestors have wrought upon us. Okay. So yeah, we're on the same page. It just feels like we're all just kinda like stock on this. Sinking boat is the planet's heating up with no way to stop it maybe we need to dislike travel to Mars or something. There are no planets in our solar system where human being could just get off the ship and walk around and live. This is Tony Del Genio and I am a scientist for NASA. BREAKING NASA I do research on Earth's climate and how the Earth's climate is changing because of the stuff that people are putting into the atmosphere and do research on other planets in the solar system I've been involved in a few NASA. Space missions to other planets. Awesome. People on Earth may decide to try to colonize Mars, but it's going to be a big challenge to do it because there are a lot of roadblocks to actually making it a place where people could live. Moore's is an extremely cold planet much colder than human beings can tolerate and it's air is very thin. It's less than one percent as thick as our atmosphere is and it's not made of nitrogen oxygen. The things that we breathe it's made mostly of carbon dioxide and so human beings couldn't breathe it. If you walked around without a spacesuit, you'd immediately died. Seems like impending doom. So I. Guess we're kind of stuck on earth. But you know Tony says a might actually not be the worst. Global warming is not going to kill off everyone. It's going to make it harder to grow crops. It's going to create more heatwaves it's going to. Make it hard for people to live near the coast because of rising sea levels and so you have to find ways to adapt to climate change. I had this idea since I was really little like six about my way to fix global warming and it's ridiculous but like when I was six. I want to share this with. NASA have to see my idea. It's basically like a giant, a C units like the AC unit in my home, but it gets power off collecting the heat in the atmosphere and then use that to create steam the turns things we create like a sustainable environment with just like a whole bunch of these massive AC unit just littered around the globe because the hotter it got the more power, get new return on faster than would stabilize, and then the A. C. would slow down. And I know it's ridiculous. It was just this funny idea of wanted to talk to someone at NASA for for years. So while the trick is you'd have to find a way to make these massive AC's without creating even more heat right because what an AC does is it takes heat out of one place but. Pushes it someplace else? So around so that's always the problem with you can move it, but it's hard to get rid of it entirely. But just for good record I was six. But yet like you know that's good idea for six maybe we could like grab the coldness from space we can just be like. He'd outlets. Let's just throw it out. Yeah. Well, you know there are a lot of people who have. About how to offset the heating that we're already causing one of the problems with any idea for Geo engineering is that the earth is pretty complicated place and something that you do in one place has an effect someplace else. We're not smart enough yet to think five steps ahead and understand what all of the unintended consequences of one idea or another might be. Still what most people would say is you're better off not putting so much carbon dioxide into the atmosphere in the first place. But like. Are you hopeful about the future? I am hopeful about the future you know we're not going to kill off all the life on earth. All we have to do is some time in the relatively near future. We just have to make decisions to limit the amount of greenhouse gases that we put into the atmosphere, and there's still time for us to do that. I believe that as people start to see in their own lives, the evidence of climate change that some point we'll reach a tipping point in public opinion where people will say you know what? We really do have to do something about this. You can't afford to be pessimistic. We can't believe that we're doomed. If we all feel that we're doomed than we've lost already. I think especially, if you're young, you are the most important people really because. You're the ones that will be running the countries in the world, and you have to maintain optimism than not believe in you have to believe that the problems are serious but you have to also believe that there are solutions to the problems and it's just a matter of getting people to believe that it's time to start doing the right thing.

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"geo engineering" Discussed on Tai Asks Why

Tai Asks Why

05:45 min | 2 years ago

"geo engineering" Discussed on Tai Asks Why

"Now. . When we were born climate change is already kind of a big thing and that's because our parents and just people of the previous generation started building the factories in releasing these greenhouse gas into the like that Kinda take you off that they're just. . GonNa leave you this like dying planet. . Does that like annoy at all? ? I think it does these are my friends are just wanted to ask them if they're also super terrified about climate change I mean it's up to us for some reason to fix our planet in just to fix what all our ancestors have wrought upon us. . Okay. . So yeah, , we're on the same page. . It just feels like we're all just kinda like stock on this. . Sinking boat is the planet's heating up with no way to stop it maybe we need to dislike travel to Mars or something. . There are no planets in our solar system where human being could just get off the ship and walk around and live. . This is Tony Del Genio and I am a scientist for NASA. . BREAKING NASA I do research on Earth's climate and how the Earth's climate is changing because of the stuff that people are putting into the atmosphere and do research on other planets in the solar system I've been involved in a few NASA. . Space missions to other planets. . Awesome. . People on Earth may decide to try to colonize Mars, , but it's going to be a big challenge to do it because there are a lot of roadblocks to actually making it a place where people could live. . Moore's is an extremely cold planet much colder than human beings can tolerate and it's air is very thin. . It's less than one percent as thick as our atmosphere is and it's not made of nitrogen oxygen. The . things that we breathe it's made mostly of carbon dioxide and so human beings couldn't breathe it. . If you walked around without a spacesuit, , you'd immediately died. . Seems like impending doom. . So I. . Guess we're kind of stuck on earth. . But you know Tony says a might actually not be the worst. . Global warming is not going to kill off everyone. . It's going to make it harder to grow crops. . It's going to create more heatwaves it's going to. . Make it hard for people to live near the coast because of rising sea levels and so you have to find ways to adapt to climate change. . I had this idea since I was really little like six about my way to fix global warming and it's ridiculous but like when I was six. . I want to share this with. NASA . have to see my idea. . It's basically like a giant, , a C units like the AC unit in my home, , but it gets power off collecting the heat in the atmosphere and then use that to create steam the turns things we create like a sustainable environment with just like a whole bunch of these massive AC unit just littered around the globe because the hotter it got the more power, , get new return on faster than would stabilize, , and then the A. C. would slow down. . And I know it's ridiculous. . It was just this funny idea of wanted to talk to someone at NASA for for years. . So while the trick is you'd have to find a way to make these massive AC's without creating even more heat right because what an AC does is it takes heat out of one place but. . Pushes it someplace else? ? So around so that's always the problem with you can move it, , but it's hard to get rid of it entirely. . But just for good record I was six. . But yet like you know that's good idea for six maybe we could like grab the coldness from space we can just be like. . He'd outlets. Let's just . throw it out. . Yeah. . Well, , you know there are a lot of people who have. . About how to offset the heating that we're already causing one of the problems with any idea for Geo engineering is that the earth is pretty complicated place and something that you do in one place has an effect someplace else. . We're not smart enough yet to think five steps ahead and understand what all of the unintended consequences of one idea or another might be. . Still what most people would say is you're better off not putting so much carbon dioxide into the atmosphere in the first place. . But like. . Are you hopeful about the future? ? I am hopeful about the future you know we're not going to kill off all the life on earth. . All we have to do is some time in the relatively near future. . We just have to make decisions to limit the amount of greenhouse gases that we put into the atmosphere, , and there's still time for us to do that. . I believe that as people start to see in their own lives, , the evidence of climate change that some point we'll reach a tipping point in public opinion where people will say you know what? ? We really do have to do something about this. .

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How will we fix climate change?

Tai Asks Why

05:45 min | 2 years ago

How will we fix climate change?

"Now. When we were born climate change is already kind of a big thing and that's because our parents and just people of the previous generation started building the factories in releasing these greenhouse gas into the like that Kinda take you off that they're just. GonNa leave you this like dying planet. Does that like annoy at all? I think it does these are my friends are just wanted to ask them if they're also super terrified about climate change I mean it's up to us for some reason to fix our planet in just to fix what all our ancestors have wrought upon us. Okay. So yeah, we're on the same page. It just feels like we're all just kinda like stock on this. Sinking boat is the planet's heating up with no way to stop it maybe we need to dislike travel to Mars or something. There are no planets in our solar system where human being could just get off the ship and walk around and live. This is Tony Del Genio and I am a scientist for NASA. BREAKING NASA I do research on Earth's climate and how the Earth's climate is changing because of the stuff that people are putting into the atmosphere and do research on other planets in the solar system I've been involved in a few NASA. Space missions to other planets. Awesome. People on Earth may decide to try to colonize Mars, but it's going to be a big challenge to do it because there are a lot of roadblocks to actually making it a place where people could live. Moore's is an extremely cold planet much colder than human beings can tolerate and it's air is very thin. It's less than one percent as thick as our atmosphere is and it's not made of nitrogen oxygen. The things that we breathe it's made mostly of carbon dioxide and so human beings couldn't breathe it. If you walked around without a spacesuit, you'd immediately died. Seems like impending doom. So I. Guess we're kind of stuck on earth. But you know Tony says a might actually not be the worst. Global warming is not going to kill off everyone. It's going to make it harder to grow crops. It's going to create more heatwaves it's going to. Make it hard for people to live near the coast because of rising sea levels and so you have to find ways to adapt to climate change. I had this idea since I was really little like six about my way to fix global warming and it's ridiculous but like when I was six. I want to share this with. NASA have to see my idea. It's basically like a giant, a C units like the AC unit in my home, but it gets power off collecting the heat in the atmosphere and then use that to create steam the turns things we create like a sustainable environment with just like a whole bunch of these massive AC unit just littered around the globe because the hotter it got the more power, get new return on faster than would stabilize, and then the A. C. would slow down. And I know it's ridiculous. It was just this funny idea of wanted to talk to someone at NASA for for years. So while the trick is you'd have to find a way to make these massive AC's without creating even more heat right because what an AC does is it takes heat out of one place but. Pushes it someplace else? So around so that's always the problem with you can move it, but it's hard to get rid of it entirely. But just for good record I was six. But yet like you know that's good idea for six maybe we could like grab the coldness from space we can just be like. He'd outlets. Let's just throw it out. Yeah. Well, you know there are a lot of people who have. About how to offset the heating that we're already causing one of the problems with any idea for Geo engineering is that the earth is pretty complicated place and something that you do in one place has an effect someplace else. We're not smart enough yet to think five steps ahead and understand what all of the unintended consequences of one idea or another might be. Still what most people would say is you're better off not putting so much carbon dioxide into the atmosphere in the first place. But like. Are you hopeful about the future? I am hopeful about the future you know we're not going to kill off all the life on earth. All we have to do is some time in the relatively near future. We just have to make decisions to limit the amount of greenhouse gases that we put into the atmosphere, and there's still time for us to do that. I believe that as people start to see in their own lives, the evidence of climate change that some point we'll reach a tipping point in public opinion where people will say you know what? We really do have to do something about this.

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"geo engineering" Discussed on The Red Pill Report

The Red Pill Report

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"geo engineering" Discussed on The Red Pill Report

"What we found in historic records as it were in in Fossil records and so on. I am quite sure where this comes from but looking at pre Cambrian, Cambrian. Order Vigneron. ETC The geological ages which? Now we would have to say these were. Not Millions of years ago but but happened at the join the early stages. Of Life probably pre flood civilization times the. The atmospheric. Carbon Dioxide was many times higher than it is today. And yet, we have what? Is known geologically the Cambrian explosion when life became. So second. Dominated our planets according to volition when I will very much higher than it is today. So back to bill, Gates. Two thirds of extreme weather. Events in the past twenty years can be tied back to human activity while both summer and winters are getting much. Warmer well, they can be tied back. Not they type you know. But if if you work hard at the your analogies and so you come to tie back two thirds of. Extreme weather events to human activity. Well, you probably can't. Actually it's probably a bit of. That to do so but even if you can. You know. The climate. Is Not really controlled by man is being massively changing. Over things like you know joined the. The. Lose your mind for moment. Only what was the medieval whimpered was not caused by people driving SUV's making it warmer. So Sola Geo engineering is part of let's actually nevertheless the. Not all hope is lost as if we ever thought God says that see Tom and harvey summer winter will follow. We'll continue until he returns latest and companies from across the world are working hard to combat climate change. You can't be climate change. It's we had ice ages when the I. Rolled across England and across half of America. When it was a extremely thicker, you can't beat climate change. It's bigger than you. It's bigger than me. One of the most recent examples of this can be. Tied back to the enigmatic Bill Gates Bill. Gates's current backing. A potential solution to global warming that centers around the technology of Sola Geo Engineering. So, he not only wants to vaccinate every single human being changing their genetics. As we've seen recently, he also wants to go engineer the entire. Climate of the globe who is this man? He's a rich man, but he doesn't own the globe. What he's nearly owns the politicians of the globe doesn't he? Now, you might be. Scratching your head a bit as Solar Geo Engineering Sounds A. Sounds like a point from a disaster movie however is both a radical potential. Potentially, effective means of stopping global warming. Since the mini ice age we're warming, but they WANNA stop it. They won't take you back to a mini ice age. For the. uninitiated this technology could go A. Go onto mimic the effects of a massive volcanic eruption. In fact if they want to to put a cloud in the entire Globes atmosphere to stop. Sun's heat getting to the earth. Now..

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"geo engineering" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

07:06 min | 2 years ago

"geo engineering" Discussed on KTRH

"Not better. We need to stop these programs. Next up. Let's go to Stephen, Alaska, west of the Rockies. Hey, Steven. Sure. I've been an activist for off almost four years now. Ever since I found Geo engineering watch dot org's The next day, I started spreading the word screaming from the mountain tops, and I've been doing it ever since. But something I've noticed. How this affected me. I first saw these trails in the sky in 2008. On a trip to South Carolina. I came back to Alaska for six years. I couldn't accept what I saw. I knew when I saw this the first time something was terribly wrong. The sky with a grid pattern. Uh, my all my family, my sisters and friends down there. And I just wondered why people could not accept it. And then, like I said, I came back here for six years I suffered from what I found out was Congress is definitive. My brain wouldn't let me accept something that puts so much fear into me. I remember it. Clearly. I remember seeing this and then I remembered, you know. Going into this trance. Basically, for six years where I couldn't investigate it. I didn't want to investigate it. But eventually I snapped out of it in Geo Engineering Watch was my catalyst. That's what turned me on to it. Like I said the day after that. I started spreading the word putting Theo and very watch on all of my pizza boxes. Years. Three years straight. Every pizza box got the website. Incredible information. But I think the biggest factor in why the masses are waking up. It has to do with their brains, and this really is something that it's the biggest, most fearful thing anybody could ever imagined in their life. The history of humanity. And our brains won't let us accepted and also known as the Stockholm Syndrome, or Normalcy bias. So that's that's my view on it is. People can't accept it. Because the brain's long let him let him accept something so scary. Steve, You've seen some radical whether whiplash scenarios in your neck of the woods. I'm sure to Yes. Three years have been the warmest winters ever. No snow rain through January and February. This year is a little bit different, but the snow is not normal. Every flake is the same. What has happened to the idea Rod the the dog sled races, but they just started further north. They run a different round, which is completely are natural. There's no reason why we shouldn't be having these dogs for races, but they're rerouting them. They're starting them further up north, and they're still struggling. The trails. Terrible, Dana. They spraying up in Alaska, too. The polar regions north and south. Have been a primary focus for the climate engineers from day one. In fact, we had Reports from Stanford University research people in the 19 fifties identifying and quote Arctic Hayes. It contained metallic particles, and they didn't They never identified the source of this haze because they didn't know climate injuring was going on already at that time, so global dimming George, This is important for people to understand they could look up this science term as well. Global dimming refers to the amount of direct sunlight It reached the planet five decades ago that no longer does large documentary at the home page of 200 watched out or go down the centre column. Called dimming the sun and we're talking about figures of up to 30% of the sun's direct rays no longer reach the surface. I challenge anybody to look up and see how much blue sky you see If you're lucky, you'll see a play a pale blue sky. Otherwise, you'll see white cobweb B. Hayes White over story over clouds. That's solar radiation management. So We're talking about a complete alteration of Earth's life support system on Lee asking people to legitimately investigate arm yourself with credible data. Help us to sound the alarm. Help us to bring this issue to critical mass. Animals, Dogs, cats, They're outside. Quite a vet. Are they coming down with any problems? They can't not be affected. When we know every form of life is absorbing these materials, including plant life, There's no GM. There's no Organic anything at this point, because we know the bio available medals are being up taken into everything. The particles are so small metal particulars you can fit about 50,000 across the width of a human hair. They're absorbed into everything. So there's no organic anything At this point. Everything in the Web of life is absorbing these materials, including livestock. There's no question about that. It can't not happen. We know it's in the air column. You know, it's it's being saturated and everything being inhaled by everything. There's no question about this. Okay, let's go to Cassandra in Lincoln, Nebraska. Hello, Cassandra. Go ahead. Hi, George. Being you were just talking about the cats, and I just want to mention quickly that when our dogs go outside And they're spraying. Um, they'll come in, and they just sit and scratch all day long, and they don't have fleas or any parasites, but they will just sit and scratch incessantly. Usually on those days. It is so difficulty to breathe. Even in the house. Our noses just burn notice that it's kind of centers right in the solar plexus area for some reason. So you know, it's always a very smoky ashy metallic. Smell that. You know, it just really burns. You know, it is very entertaining. I don't go on for hours and hours as very earth. Is that what we're talking about? Dean? If I make a stander, let me in. You're exactly right. Let me quote an internationally recognized neuroscientist Dr Russell Blaylock, who stated on the record about the ongoing geoengineering parasol dispersions. Dr Blaylock stated. On the record. These particles are so small the interest rate through the olfactory nerve. Illustrating the bloodstream. They penetrate straight through the long linings also going into lung stream that the bloodstream and penetrate the blood brain barrier. And they're unimaginably toxic, unimaginably detrimental to our systems building up in all of us. We have to deal with this issue we have to again If we can't think, cognitively how many challenges could we possibly face so This is Issue we cannot escape from you could possibly try to escape from vaccinations or other sources of contamination. We have to breathe, Do we? Not all the time? I can't take much of a break on that That's for sure. Let's take one more quick call with Jonathan and West Virginia. Jonathan, Let's get get to you. Go ahead. First time caller. Thank you was going to so other questions for David. You know where they were talking earlier about how they were able to kind of curve. Her team's away from the shore lives and all that, if they're able to do that, in front of this, see if he could explain a little bit warm. Whether you know the machine's kind of controlling the weather, though, that we've got a minute, Celeste girl, I'll make it quick. When you have my honest or heaters,.

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"geo engineering" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

05:47 min | 2 years ago

"geo engineering" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Lose massive amounts of my solar power uptake that's my background from whatever these aircraft re meeting with not a natural cloud in the sky that is not condensation is impossible. When I began to research has found the mountains of data on climate engineering. Geo Engineering begin to test my rain, my precipitation, finding the same elements in the rain that we're listening to patents climbing steadily. With every precipitation event, the more they sprayed, the more visible the more power I lost. The more little mam showed up on my reign. And I couldn't look the other way. Once I know. Would you say most big cities in the United States are the victims of being sprayed? As in being focused on, you know, I wouldn't say that now also just targeted key areas or well although with with his caviar Because Some of the temperature readings are taken from those larger urban areas. There may be some focus to try to lower those temperatures. For afternoon highs if you will, in order to try to mask some of the severity of the warming that's occurring. In regard to the warming. We've just passed. I believe that 388 consecutive month of above normal global temperatures, and I know everybody's divided on this issue because we all know That there's people making money off. Climate change or you, you know that right? Absolutely. So what? I would ask people to consider it. People make money off of wars. Right, George? Oh, Just a little bit. They make money. The same people make money off both sides of the conflict. But does that mean the war's didn't happen? Does that mean people didn't die? No. The wars happened. People died in the same is true here. Yes, we have disaster capitalists making money off of what's happening with the climate. But that doesn't mean the damage is not really. That doesn't mean the danger's not real, so Monsanto can make all the aluminum resistance seeds they want. All the UV resistance sees they want all the drought resistant sees they want When the ship goes down, it won't matter. Will it has anybody filed suit against any organization or entity, claiming That they got sick because of this. There are a number of claims the legal team that works directly with Joon Jin watch. The work has piled in Canada in March of 2016. We filed a 60 day notice of intent to file lawsuits already in the U. S are legal team has what? We have not filed the actual complaint yet because we're still tightening it up. Making sure it's completely bulletproof. But this is interesting George within within about three hours of our legal team, filing a 60 day notice of pending lawsuit. I heard from the head of the National Academy of Sciences Marcia McNutt within three hours there certainly watching everything we're doing. They're obviously going to do everything they can to keep this issue from coming to light because What would you do, George or people that you know if this comes to light and in a way that the masses truly wake up, and they realize Experiment. They've been exposed to permanently damaging their health, their environment, their atmosphere. Their planet was done without their knowledge or consent. How do you think they're going to react? They're not gonna be too happy about it day pitchforks and torches. And some legalese too. Yeah. We'll see what they do. I want to talk about hard for a moment. And then we'll start taking calls at the half here, and we're going to keep you next hour for some more phone calls. Is that okay, Harp? Of course. Nick. Baggage has been a genius when it comes to that, But what do you think is going on there in Alaska? Well, George, you remember about two years ago, There was a lot of publicity that they were going to close hard down, and that proved that could put a coconspirator and de funded. That's right. That's what they claimed. That happens, and it's usually what's that are we weave? Held from day one to the conclusion that this was nothing but a red herring. Nothing but employed exactly what it was now. Heart has not only been Continuously funded, but it's been Retrofitted upgraded with some improvements. They're not about to shut that down. And right now, with the severity of climate unraveling that we're seeing in these headlines that we've seen Recent weeks and months will continue to escalate and severity. We have a climate System that's coming apart. We have a power structure that's unimaginably desperate and George's. Some of your show alluded to before we got in there with a climate engineering the push for World War three That's the final card. The power structure has to play when they have no other options when the planetary implosion manifest to the degree that the economic escalations which your show also talked about the 21,000 record mark They can artificially inflate the stock market all they want when the biosphere implodes. That's the end of the line. Nature has historically provided 75% of all global GDP for free, no longer You can't artificially inflated economy without environment that produces and that environment is now collapsing on every front. So what's the final card they have left to play global conflict. You think that's gonna happen for sure. I think that they will do everything they can to make it happen. If it doesn't happen, it's because enough people wake up enough of our brothers and sisters in the military Understand? That this is a road the rover on Mathematically needs to certain near term global on the side to mathematical fact when the sixth great mass extinction Now we're losing 2 to 300 species of plant animal and insect of data extinction. 2/3 of all Lifeforms that existed on the planet before the dawn of civilization are expected to be extinct by 2020. Were there. It's not off on horizon some words here now and the.

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"geo engineering" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast

Wealth Transformation Podcast

06:12 min | 2 years ago

"geo engineering" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast

"Diane is a bay area. Peace Environmental and social activists justice activist after learning about the manipulation of weather modification jam os and smart meters and being deliberately manipulated largely by Monsanto and to depopulate by Bill Gates. Joe Lee started focusing on working with other activists to educate and promote resolutions and change for a healthy environment for us to live by. Are we ready? Yes welcome Jolie. This is number four. Yes GMO jam. Oh so here we are. I know you've done a lot of research and There's a lot of information that we're going to have to like streamline the information that we're talking about G M oh so please tell the origin and what it means we'll GMO's Cheryl and it's so great to be here again to talk about. These things are so important to our health. Gmo's we're just taking the engineering paradigm and putting it into our food and the definition of a GMO is any type of organism plant or animal whose genetic material has been manipulated through genetic engineering. Sounds appealing My goodness and it is rampant. I have to tell you you know we had had spoken a yesterday and I think a couple of days ago today I called and Talk Korea place around the corner and I said do are your ingredients Gio. Gmo Free and you know what they didn't even know what GMO was. The only place I could find him was good earth because I brought some G. AMMO FREE FOOD FOR MY CREW. But anyway so it's really important that we talk about the basics right absolutely and you know nature is so amazing because as we know everything comes from a seed and whatever it is it grows from seed even us and so when you're talking about genetic engineering with your food. You're talking about introducing something a- `bacterial or some sort of DNA into your food and so when we buy organic and we say okay. I'm going to be healthy because I don't wanNA eat anything that's genetically modified and that. I don't know what the ingredients are. I can't pronounce them. So what we can do to avoid them to eat organic food or non GMO. And I was telling you that you know there's labels that you that you can look for and they'll either say a non. Gmo verified or you can get it will say just for Ganic get one here just says organic now the interesting thing is that to get the organic accredited for the farmer. You have to pay a fee so in other words it costs the producer of the food money to get that label on there to prove to the consumer that there's no GMO's genetically modified organisms and there's no chemicals involved and so this way we know that what we're eating is pure and so that it makes sense to look for these labels and try to avoid things that that are Jima. We know for sure corn. I called up a few things. There's a long list full of GMO's but one of the number one is his corn tends to have a lot of GMO's. I have. Yeah go her. One is corn to threes sugar for ASPARTAME. I've Papaya six. La Seven cotton eight dairy nine and ten is Zucchini and yellow squash. So what's the reason for this happening? Why why are they doing this? I mean that to me that is important so people understand why analysts profit. Its profit motivated. You gotta understand that again us. We've heard this all before with our GEO engineering it's you're saying essentially well natured and get it right so we need to have an intervention in the food and what they're saying is well we can feed way more people we can get way more yield and what they really say and we gotta go. We gotta look at who is. This is Monsanto lot of people know who? Monsanto is yes. It's one of the biggest companies and their profit driven. Gmo's are sent kind of new came on the market in the nineties. Eighties and nineties And it's it's what we have to know is that this is a business like anything else and Just like Geo Engineering. Just like smart meters will. Gmo's have never been proven to be safe okay. They've never had any studies done. And so what we're finding is GMO's are linked to obesity. Must wasn't this an experiment and his indeed. It is Bill.

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"geo engineering" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast

Wealth Transformation Podcast

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"geo engineering" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast

"Honorably have your smart meter removed. And it's a slippery slope because some against Tesla. Let me tell you the democracy. Wh- let me tell you something that I just found out Just today I was talking to a friend and she wanted. Pg need to remove the smart meter. So they're going to charge her an extra hundred dollars to remove it and then they're going to charge your every month not one hundred dollars but a fee. Because she's not using it. What the heck is that about? I mean that's crazy. Yeah and you know this. Smart meter technologies. All part of the agenda twenty one and all of the climate action on Climate Change Carbon Economy. And that's the lab as well because that was the introduction of this smart technology. There's nothing smarter sustainable about technology. That's dangerous for the Envir- as part of it was it's like the whole economy is built on smart meters in there's crossover with the water market But it's it's it's a business why you know it's hard to interrupt and it's not an and it's not a nonprofit it is a profitable business and that comes back to my whole thing about the relationship with wealth. You know I mean if you're making wealth in your harming individuals or mass as people then which you know. Where's the ethics? Where's the morality? This is this is why I do this. Show it's very frustrating at times because you know the majority of the people need to wake up and understand what's going on. They're just not educated on this. You know exactly. It's vital information defined. We've been so far out of the loop as far as having any impact or meaningful influence when it comes to creating the around this. Yeah and that's why we we. The people need to get educated so we can take the power back absolute before it's too late and you know one thing about the American Society. It isn't just Americans but I'm we're here now and I'm talking about us is that we always wait until there's total crisis before we change things and because of that addiction to sensationalism. That's how I look at it but it's like you know it's time to wake up before it's too late. I mean I mean. The statistics are already showing scientifically in healthwise. What Geo Engineering is doing? You know with the Alzheimer's and the autism I mean you know and I realized that we need to keep reiterating it over and over and over so people get it. You know I I mean it's exactly right. Yeah and I think that there's been so much fear around the climate change issue and really amount. We're focusing a little bit more on the sources and the science and so yes. We're introducing Solar Radiation.

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"geo engineering" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast

Wealth Transformation Podcast

15:51 min | 2 years ago

"geo engineering" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast

"Us and internationally. This is going to be an intense show and maybe some of you don't know about the truth on this but we do have documentation and legal documents that show that this is the truth yes welcome. Welcome welcome Jolie. Well I'm so honored for you to be here. I wish you were here. Live but you are so encumbered in your research and information gathering and all these facts that we're going to talk about tonight and I'm just and you are said earlier. You're Marin night but you're taking a sabbatical from from mirant to do your research and your passion and purpose sow. We'll I'll come. Yeah thank you. It's a pleasure to be here. Great detail yes wonderful. Yeah we did your show your first show here in the studio with about Geo Engineering. Which was a wonderful show and So here we are again and I mean I am in shock but I am so concerned about these topics that we're gonNA talk about and it is intense but you know what it's time that humanity wakes up around the the truth and what the government and what is happening out there so. I think it's important topics that we've talked about are the smart towers the frequencies that are affecting all of us and Geo Engineering. Which as you told me. The weather modification and vaccines. So which one would you love to start with? Because I know you've got a plethora of information. Well thanks. Yeah he I think. Act tied together really. Maybe we can like draw that connection right from the beginning which is. Monsanto which is the engineering of all life and You know we would have to connect that with the money and Monsanto which would be Mr Bill Gates and Mr Bill Gates has found Sponsored and Finance Dr David Keith from Harvard and other Geo engineering scientists to explore Geo Engineering. Which is scientific research which we know is just dumping pollution into the atmosphere calling it something. Fancy like Geo Engineering so we just have to understand that. The engineering paradigm is being applied onto the climate. And so just as we have. Gmo's modified food which we strongly object to and we should and Forget about labelling. It should be banned. Yeah I mean that's a given you know organic no no jam. Oh no anything. That isn't organic exactly the way it used to be. Yeah you didn't have to because they weren't poisoning. Your food came on Santo. That's a chemical company. And why on Earth are they so active in the food business and in the farming and agriculture? They should not be. And you know what's interesting is what you know. Of course my background being finance. Is You know what I mean. How much money are they really making off of this? And so there's a bigger a bigger purpose for dewey's that's the point. That's why I wanted to have you talk about this. Yeah that's that's the overarching architecture of of what we're looking at with the vaccines and all of these things. That are bad for humans And basically I think what we have to do is understand that. There's a larger picture called agenda twenty one in most Americans don't know about this. I know about it last year when I started researching this and I made it a point to talk with all of the very serious activists as many as I could. There's so many And they basically help educate me about what's happening in the world and It's now agenda. Twenty one was signed a here in nineteen ninety two. I pray correct Bush nineteen ninety-two that was called agenda. Twenty one and a good book to read is behind. The Green Mask arose accusatory and Basically what it is is. It's a loss of sovereignty for the United States for a greater good and actually George Bush senior says for a new world order and And so what we're seeing now is is the process of how that's come to happen because agenda. Twenty one has been rebranded sustainable development twenty thirty And we have a climate action plan currently thirty four states plus Washington D C have enforce ineffective Climate Action Plan which is the UN agenda at the local level. No mind you. This was not agreed to by our Congress and no one. None of us ever voted on it but this has consequences there are ramifications for gender twenty one and then we're seeing those now and some of the ramifications are we lose our rights as individuals if it wasn't passed if we didn't vote on it then why is it still happening U. N. it's the UN. What George Bush tried to do? He said that we're GONNA go with something it's a it's a new idea. It's a bigger idea and just to give you an understanding of what this is. I want to read something from Senator. Barry Goldwater in his nineteen sixty. Four book with no apologies. And what he says is. The Trilateral Commission Commission is intended to be the vehicle for multinational consolidation of the commercial and banking interests by seizing control of the political government of the United States. The Trilateral Commission represents a skillful coordinated effort to seize control and consolidate the four center some Political Monetary Intellectual and ecclesiastical what Trilateral Commission intends is to create a worldwide economic power superior to the political governments of the nation states involved as managers and creators of the system. They will rule the future and that was in one thousand nine hundred sixty four again from Senator Barry Goldwater in his book with no apologies. And so I think that that's the history really tells us everything we need to know and This whole idea of climate change and global warming actually ties into agenda twenty one and into our Geo engineering issue. So what we have at. Sorry I just I think people need to understand what. Geo Engineering is again because you know as we talked about earlier how this this topic is so grand dose that people are in are going to get even more in fear right right and there's nothing to be feared about except that we need to stand up against this exactly exactly but near he is. Engineering is the artificial modification of earth's climate and weather systems. It's a science and technology and it's driven by military technology. There are many different levels to it. K- what most people can relate to and what we have tons of documentation on is cloud seeding and that's when airplanes leave and emission leaves along stripe in lines and stuff and after a while. The Sky gets cluttered with filth from pollution that we would never allow by the way right on the ground. No in right Arthur even signs that if you see someone polluting you're supposed to call a number of okay so we should never allow it. But what's happened is overtime like oh it's just more airplanes flying. That's not true because then we can stop emissions on around. We can stop the pollution in the right right. Yeah and it's the chemicals. The particulates that are being sprayed are menam dairy strontium so far titanium mercury now we have recent tests from the bay area that shows significant levels of aluminum and these particular. It's and You know I'm happy to provide those and that's one of the things that we are taking with us when we go to the office because remember that these programs are violating our pre existing state law and the story. Is that when I when I started this? I thought okay. These must be federal programs violating our state laws because we already have laws on the books for airplane for air pollution. Kenny and then when I went to talk to the feds the federals House of Representatives. They're like well. We don't know anything about this. We don't know about you engineering which is really laughable. Because I'm like really come on. We had hearings on Geo Engineering in two thousand nine thousand and ten thousand eleven. Two Thousand Twelve thirty. You know so. It's like it's a and this. This takes us to the history of Geo Engineering which goes back to the beginning of aviation really and warfare and in nineteen fifty three Eisenhower. An I'm sorry. Johnson was a senator at the time and Actually that was he might have already been president but it was Lyndon Johnson who originally made the weather modification programs a new Manhattan project and so that was kind of like the beginning when they were okay. We can control the weather. Then we we can have we can have control of the world. Basically is a military program. I mean again. It comes back to we have to stop the military industrial complex so then nineteen sixty one. We had Eisenhower. Who gave us his farewell address the famous address that we had to have an alert and knowledgeable citizenry to compel the proper meshing of the huge industrial machinery of defense so that was nineteen sixty one same year so he was going but then Kennedy came in same year. Nineteen sixty one in September Kennedy addressed the UN and said that he that they were promoting the eventual prediction and control of the weather. And so that's how it kind of got cloaked. The weather control and so there's lots of records for cloud seeding. Why do you think why? Do you think that the military wanted to do that? In New Delhi. It's the ultimate weapon. And that's where we get to the EMS. The the frequency weapons at this is real science that we're going to. Yeah I have all that. We are empowered We have power here right here in on the land What's happened is Our federal government is following the laws of the UN and and we saw that with Obama signing the climate deal and when Congress said no not that we don't want to take great care of our climate and our environment but the UN solution is one to tax everyone for carbon so it's generating income yet. It's it's it's so you wear the economy. It's definitely To change everything. And this goes with Jenna Twenty one. But it's to switch everything to a world economy based on your carbon footprint and To so basically enslave everyone for taxes and then they. WanNa do the solar radiation management which is a the Harvard paper's And the rutgers papers go into it. The university studies but I basically they want to put a layer of haze made of sulfur and other metallic particles into the atmosphere to block the son to save us from global warming. We know that that is just yes. Yeah talk about the eighteen years for this global warming thing had yanked well. Scientists are not in agreement. First of all science is not a democracy. It's a rigorous form of Always proving improving you. Don't come to an agreement. There's never a decided science and what they've done is a group a small group of scientists founded by the rockefellers and no gays and these people came up with this idea for global warming. And I really WanNa read you the quote that they have they Well didn't wasn't Gore. He was an advocate for it. He yeah he was pushing for and guess what he has patents for some of the GEO engineering technology like carbon sequestration. He stood to make a lot of money off of this now again. The problem of climate change is something that we can solve. We can stop the pollution which is again. We go to the fossil fuels. We go to the GEO engineering. We stop polluting. I mean we have to remember that the war machine is burning so much fuel the military aircrafts.

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What is geo-engineering and how could it help tackle climate change?

Why It Matters

09:06 min | 2 years ago

What is geo-engineering and how could it help tackle climate change?

"It sounds like something out of a movie system of satellites controller with a movie with a really big disaster detention for catastrophic weather events global scale a general store but the idea of manipulating our climate in order to survive is a real thing it's being developed by scientists right now and it's called Solar Geo Geo Engineering. The problem is it's risky I'm Gabrielle. Sierra and this is why it matters today should we dim the sky a dire warning this morning from climate experts a UN panel says governments around the world must take rapid action to curb rising temperatures plummet. Climate is now changing faster than at any point in the history of modern civilization very liveability. Our planet is extinct not in ten years twenty years thirty years but right now so solar measuring is the idea that humans might deliberately liberally alter the climate somehow to change the energy balance of the earth the reduce some of the climate change that comes from accumulated carbon dioxide. They can't undo all the environmental risks of carbon dioxide Maybe it won't even undo hardy. Any of them. We really don't know very well but it best it reduces some of them mm-hmm. That's David Keith. He's a professor of both engineering and public policy at Harvard. He's also one of the world's leading researchers on Geo Engineering so I've had a big onstage argument with Al Gore and factors did few years ago. where he I think his underlying position was that it was dangerous? Even talk about Solar Jewish assuring because it would destroy emissions cuts to me the worst way to handle this is to keep the kind of Tabu intact to not bring us is out in the open to keep not talking about it and then to get to a situation. Where even if we don't talk about it some country moves forward to deployment and we have under crisis to make decisions both about the technology and about governance? Today people are starting to talk about Solar Geo engineering a little bit and if you want to know what it is you have have to start at the beginning with climate change. So here goes the most important driver of climate changes energy use fossil fuels coal and gas and oil when they're burned to provide us all the energy that allows one hundred world to work. They put carbon dioxide in the air and that increase in carbon dioxide in the atmosphere makes the atmosphere try or heat and it tends to warm up the climate. A good way to understand this is to think of carbon in the atmosphere as a huge blanket covering birth it traps in the heat the more carbon in our atmosphere the hotter it gets under the blanket and that causes all sorts of changes so the most obvious one is warming warming but it will say melting ice sheets and chicken race sea levels will increase the intensity of extreme storms and rainfall events. All all those collectively will produce a series of human environmental impacts and that's where solar geo engineering comes in. But how does it work. Give me just like a step by step of that process. Sure so in a very basic way we wanna get aerosols of some sort into the upper grabs fear. Probably with specially designed planes. This is achieved. SUCCI is the research governance and public engagement fellow. Hello at the Union of concerned scientists. They would admit these aerosols which then stay in the atmosphere for on average of a year or two and then we would need to continue that process again and again to maintain the temperature. We have reduced so aerosol like hairspray basically but a different different chemical compound. Okay so these planes would fly up super high release chemical compound that would then make a cloud essentially but ah more dispersed layer that would cover the whole Globe and then do what and so that layer would reflect sunlight. The idea idea here. Is that when we bounce sunlight back into space we reduce the amount of incoming heat. So you'd have to keep doing this over and have to keep doing this has it's been tested Ed. This has not been tested. The only test we have is a natural analogue of a volcano. So the the most recent volcano that exploited that got aerosols into the stratosphere was Mount Pinatubo Nineteen ninety-one and we notice that there was about a half degree of cooling that lasted for a few months so people just look at that and they were like. Oh what's do that. I think people like. Oh that's really interesting. I think we should look into that further and then that that research led into this space as a potential way to help cool the planet. We can't just wait for volcanoes to erupt so scientists are trying to figure out synthetic ways to do the same thing and aerosols in the stratosphere are just one of the options there other ideas of manipulating cirrus clouds ways as you could reduce the amount of these thin high clouds which act as heat trappers. puzzles to modify Rian stratus clouds. Kind of Lok Lousy off say say the coast of Seattle to make them a little more effective and finally at least in principle you could imagine humanity constructing some kind of reflective shield in space between between the earth and the sun aside from these methods. There's another one that involves recreating woolly mammoths. Yep you heard that right woolly mammoths. Another plan involves spreading. Sand oversee is to keep it from melting but the one method. That's getting the most attention. And the one we're talking about today is atmospheric aerosols aerosols and a big part of this conversation is risk. Scientific risks are not willing understood. We've done a lot of modeling. The space face in there is general ideas of how it could affect precipitation or extreme weather but it's not a robust understanding and especially at you know a small enough enough scale for different countries to know how it might affect them. So what are the chances that messing with our climate this way will have side effects and unintended consequences on says it's one hundred percent certain that something you do with this scale we'll have side effects an unintended consequences. Anyone who thinks that this is some magic fix that will perfectly GLI reduced climate risks and work exactly the way we expect anybody who thinks that is not. I think we can do lots of research and we could learn a lot but at the end there will still be lots of unknowns. Are there any known risks already. Oh lots of known risks so it could deplete. The ozone layer could change the circulation the stratosphere it could cause air pollution. Because we're talking about adding aerosol so the atmosphere we know those are pollutants by blocking sunlight. It could reduce crop productivity. There is a big range of risks for each of the risks. I said they're now quite a few scientific papers. Have begun to really look at those quantitatively and for each the rest. I said it looks like based on early research that the actual scale of those risks is pretty small compared to the benefits of reduced harms through the reduction climate change. But I wouldn't leap inclusion that we know that the risks are small compared to the benefits. I think we can say will call on its is. There's enough reason into believe it could dramatically reduce human. And if I'm honest is century that it deserves serious research so what. What are the chances that some regions will suffer more from the consequences of Geo engineering than others because if someone just decides that they're going to do it it's not just gonNa Hover over one country it will affect the entire world so we know for sure? There are ways that you ensuring could be that were produced hugely equal destructive destructive impacts so for example you only did it in the northern hemisphere and reflected sunlight in the northern hemisphere. Put ourselves in there and not in the Southern Hemisphere. You would shift the band of rainfall and the tropics with big big impacts. We know for sure that would be destructive. The evidence is that if it's done in a way that is globally uniform. You aim to have roughly the same because radio forcing same amount of sunlight being reflected almost almost everywhere north to South East to west. If you do that and if you do it in a way where you're not doing too much you're using it to take the edge off the the risk the pain gene for Co two in the air emit circumstance. The evidence for current models is that actually no major regions are left worse off in all regions have significantly reduce describe at risk. So you just do a little bit Geo Engineering. Not you know a ton. Well yes. The dose makes the poison

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"geo engineering" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast

Wealth Transformation Podcast

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"geo engineering" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast

"Scott Stevens I Was a television weatherman. For Twenty years these trails are absolutely required to impact whatever weather event they were designing and the trails were an absolute excellent necessary ingredient for them to achieve their weather modification. Goals are a key element in the whole thing because there obviously a way of providing a highly reflective material into the atmosphere with cloud seeding the cooling will be achieved by making clouds reflect the bit more sunlight back the space than they would otherwise and less sunlight reaching the surface with Kinda cool the planet. So let's say we were doing to engineering because we wanted to make the weather a little bit back the more we you see these trails in the sky less rain we get virtually all scientific data even from the proponents of Geo Engineering State. Clearly saturating the atmosphere with particular. This will create. Drought has been made of this issue of damage from precipitation issue is understanding the climatic response. which is I think most are going? Exactly where the precipitate taking a higher lower there will be no soon failures during that period. They'll be huge hurricanes likely to cause some damage and some place. The global studies indicate there there will be some impact on precipitation patterns. And obviously there's a lot more opportunity to work in that area just seating can be pretty effective for the clouds we explored but the interactions between between seating and precipitation drizzle or really complex. So we're finding the aerosols. The metal particulates the weather engineering. Whether it's skater I onic or Oregon or the chief of the atmosphere. All of those can be used and leveraged to create weather events that are several standard deviations. Were outside what would be typically normal before jumping on the bandwagon was. I needed a motive without a motive. You can't say what they're doing and why they're doing. You have to have the Mona products that commercial editors would use such as an insurance company or an energy company to hedge risk that associated with weather and precipitation or hurricane or general heating days. What they're basically called certain temperatures higher temperatures are going to associate with More energy so they're gonNA WANNA hedge that risk if you can structure product where you say. Okay I'm going to buy insurance against reigning more than ten inches in this area. If if my risk is say like say a million dollars but insured for ten million dollars then I can make it rain and ten million of course so the agenda was drought. The agenda was to kill the storm at least in that one particular spot.

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Harvard research could shed light on geoengineering

Climate Connections

01:12 min | 3 years ago

Harvard research could shed light on geoengineering

"To avoid the worst consequences of global warming coming. The world urgently needs to cut carbon pollution but cutting pollution from the world's energy system takes time so some suggest that we also need to consider Geo engineering engineering the climate to cool it down but this drastic approach is very controversial so first we must understand the potential consequences. For example example. One idea is to spray small particles into the atmosphere to block some sunlight from reaching the earth that will suddenly cool down the planet. It doesn't address that's the cause of climate change but it can cool down. The plot of Frankoy is a professor of Engineering and Atmospheric Science at Harvard University to help scientists better evaluate approach approach coaching. His team planned to send balloon into the atmosphere. It will release a tiny amount of mineral dust. The team will study how the particles disperse and how they interact act with one another and the atmosphere around them. The experiment is so small that it will have no impact on the global climate but coach hopes it will provide information that can only two more informed discussions about so called solar. Geo Engineering should

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Is China's far side of the moon mission just the start?

The Economist Radio

02:25 min | 4 years ago

Is China's far side of the moon mission just the start?

"China's lending on the faucet of the moon was an unprecedented feat and a Mark of the country's soaring, technological ambition. So cover leader asked. We'll China come to dominate science and should the rest of the world. Worry Modin sons depends on money institutions and utilize of brainpower, partly because it's government can marshal three China is hurtling up the rankings of scientific achievement as our investigations show. It has spent many billions of dollars on machines to detect dark matter and neutrinos and on institutes glue that delve into everything from genomics and quantum communications to renewable energy and advance materials. It's a prospect that alarms many western politicians. Authoritarian governments have a history of using science. To oppress their own people China already deploys AI techniques like facial recognition to monitor its population in real time. The outside world might find a China dabbling in genetic enhancement or Thomas is or geo engineering. Extremely frightening. But the world has much to gain from China's efforts, and they may even change China itself in unexpected ways, expertise, good, ideas, and creativity. Do not respect national frontiers. Research takes place in teams, which man Volve. Dozens of scientists nothing says the best scientists have to believe in political freedom, and yet critical thinking skepticism empiricism and frequent contact with foreign colleagues threaten authoritarians who survive by controlling what people say and think history is full of seekers of scientific truth. Who's enquiring minds have led them to challenge? The. Critical status quo think of Andrei Sakarov who developed the Russian hydrogen bomb and later became a chief Soviet dissident or Fung leisure, an Astro physicist who inspired the students leading the Tian Inman square protests in one thousand nine hundred nine heard as it is to imagine. Mr. she could end up facing a much tougher choice to be content with lagging behind oughta give his scientists the freedom. They need and risk the consequences in that sense. He is running the biggest experiment of all

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