January 3, 2022 | ZeroGeoengineering.com |EPCAPE 2023-2024: Eastern Pacific Cloud Aerosol Precipitation Experiment |
The U.S. Department of Energy (DoE) and the Atmospheric Radiation Measurement (ARM) agency are among numerous alphabet agencies collaborating with national and international partners to engage in a wide range of questionable experimentation in our atmosphere and environment.
As Eisenhower stated in his farewell address to the nation in 1961, “Public policy could itself become the captive of a scientific-technological elite.”
EPCAPE (Eastern Pacific Cloud Aerosol Precipitation Experiment) is scheduled for February 15, 2023 – February 14, 2024, in the eastern pacific, north of San Diego, California to study cloud aerosol interactions and radiative properties. LINK
Is there a relationship between increasing weather extremes and man-made “weather” resulting from such experimentation? Safety regulations and the prohibition of hazardous weather interventions are urgently needed to reign-in the artificial rainmakers.
“The focus of this project is to characterize the extent, radiative properties, aerosol interactions, and precipitation characteristics of stratocumulus clouds in the Eastern Pacific across all four seasons at a coastal location, such as the Scripps Pier and the Scripps Mt. Soledad sites in La Jolla.”