According to the upcoming United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change climate assessment, “Global warming is irreversible without massive geoengineering of the atmosphere’s chemistry.”
The New Scientist reported yesterday:
According to one of its lead authors, and the latest draft seen by New Scientist, the report will say: ‘CO2-induced warming is projected to remain approximately constant for many centuries following a complete cessation of emission. A large fraction of climate change is thus irreversible on a human timescale, except if net anthropogenic CO2 emissions were strongly negative over a sustained period.’
In other words, even if all the world ran on carbon-free energy, and deforestation ceased, the only way of lowering temperatures would be to devise a scheme for sucking hundreds of billions of tonnes of carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere.
In the excerpt above, The New Scientist links to another of its articles from just a couple of days ago, “Can geoengineering avert climate chaos?” which begins with, “OOPS. We really didn’t mean to, but we seem to have broken the planet. Is there anything we can do to make it better?”
The United Nations’ short answer? “Geoengineering (and only geoengineering).”
Nevermind none of these governments or international bodies ever like to bring up Climategate, where major research players at the Climate Research Unit were embroiled in scandal when leaked emails showed they were purposefully skewing climate data to hide the fact that the earth’s temps were actually in decline.
In fact, just days ago, the Associated Press reported a mini Climategate II, ahead of the UN report above:
Scientists working on a landmark U.N. report on climate change are struggling to explain why global warming appears to have slowed down in the past 15 years even though greenhouse gas emissions keep rising.
Leaked documents obtained by The Associated Press show there are deep concerns among governments over how to address the issue ahead of next week’s meeting of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. (via Fox News)
The white haze that hangs over many major cities could become a familiar sight everywhere if the world decides to try geoengineering to create a cooler planet. [emphasis added]
Many have noticed what at first appear to be jet contrails sprayed across the sky, but instead of readily fading away behind the jets as contrails typically do, these trails fan out, hang in the air and sink into a murk on the horizon. While anyone referring to the chemtrail phenomenon is quickly labeled a conspiracy theorist, scientists and climate change advocates have been openly calling for the spraying of aerosols into the atmosphere to advert supposed climate crises for some time now.
Billionaire Bill Gates has also pumped millions into an aerosol geoengineering project in conjunction with Harvard set to begin this year. The Department of Energy’s Climate Research Facility ARM has a list of ongoing aerosol projects here.
ARM works in conjunction with Argonne Laboratories, Los Alamos National Laboratories and Oak Ridge National Laboratories among others, names that should be familiar to anyone who has researched the Manhattan Project our government engaged in to covertly build the first atomic bomb during World War II.
For those people who would argue that our government would never engage in a heavily compartmentalized top secret project taking place simultaneously all across the country spanning multiple years, the victims of the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombs beg to differ.
In the meantime, climate change advocates (who also happen to be major investors) like former Vice President Al Gore stand to rake in billions on carbon taxes in the name of saving the planet. Under these new green schemes, we will get charged a tax on our carbon footprint which essentially amounts to little more than green guilt, as megacorporations will be allowed to continue to pollute the planet on a massive scale, causing way more damage than the average person can ever hope to do to the environment in their entire lifetime.
How the United Nations or anyone can say the average human being is harming the environment with a straight face while the government is already engaged in wide-scale geoengineering projects based on bunk data that have untold detrimental short- and long-term impact around the entire globe on the environment and its flora and fauna — carrying out projects that have never been approved through any democratic process whatsoever and which we are still not officially being told is happening even as it goes on over our heads — is despicable.