July 30, 2023 | ZeroGeoengineering.com |‘Global warming’ is a hypothesis providing the foundation for global geoengineering interventions aka ‘research,’ including stratospheric aerosol injection (SAI).
The website geoengineering.global articulates the assumption that the Earth’s temperature is a problem to be “fixed” by means of releasing sulfur dioxide aerosols (and other harmful agents) into the atmosphere in order to block sunlight and manipulate Earth’s temperature.
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The idea is not new. A similar global warming hypothesis was explained in a 1975 DARPA report entitled, Soviet Developments in Weather Modification, Climate Modification and Climatology.
This report describes a “…method of moderating planetary warming trends by temporarily increasing the concentration of sulfate aerosol particles in the lower stratosphere and thereby reducing global radiation.”
Outside the context of legitimate governance, weather and climate modification programs have been ongoing for decades without safety regulations, public oversight or public consent, and need to be outlawed in order to protect life on Earth.
Pollution is a real problem, not the sunlight or the Earth’s temperature.
Geoengineering.global’s primary mission is to synthesize current trends in scientific research and disseminate information to governments, community leaders, policymakers, managers, educators, and the general public with the goal of accelerating and advancing of the use of geoengineering technologies and solutions.
- Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Report on Carbon Dioxide Capture and Storage
- Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Report on Climate Change and Land
- United Nations Environmental Programme Emissions Gap Report 2019
- National Center for Atmospheric Research, Geoengineering
- Climate.gov | science & information for a climate-smart nation
- U.S. Global Change Research Program
- NASA Global Climate Change, Vital Signs of the Planet
- United States Office of Fossil Energy, Carbon Storage Research
- United States National Energy Technology Laboratory, Regional Carbon Sequestration Partnerships
- Harvard University’s Solar Geoengineering Research Program
- Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies, YaleEnvironment360
- MIT’s Website on Carbon Capture & Sequestration Technologies (It is still active, but stopped being updated on September 30, 2016)
- University of Oxford Geoengineering Program
- Project Drawdown https://www.drawdown.org/solutions/
- The Blue Carbon Initiative https://www.thebluecarboninitiative.org/
- FAO 2019 Trees forests and landuse in drylands the first global assessment http://www.fao.org/dryland-assessment/en/
- Carnegie Climate Governance Initiative https://www.c2g2.net/
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