Who Are They? Geoengineering Participants
When Dorothy in the Wizard of Oz struggled to find the person who created her tornado and destroyed her home finally found the “man behind the curtain,” it was rather easy to see that he was nothing more than a deranged and delusional psychopath – who simply wanted to appear powerful by using various techniques to make himself look like a “big man.”
When people are asked about geoengineering, there never seems to be an accurate finger-point. Why is that?
What I always seem to hear is the word “they.”
“They are spraying us with chemtrails.”
Who are “they?”
The following excerpts are taken from Wikipedia, Climate Engineering:
“Several notable organizations have investigated geoengineering with a view to evaluating its potential, including the US Congress, NASA, the Royal Society, the Institute of Mechanical Engineers,and the UK Parliament.
The Asilomar International Conference on Climate Intervention Technologies was convened to identify and develop risk reduction guidelines for climate intervention experimentation. Several geoengineering strategies have been proposed. IPCC documents detail several notable proposals.These fall into two main categories: solar radiation management and carbon dioxide removal. However, other proposals exist.
The Geoengineering Climate: Technical Evaluation and Discussion of Impacts project of the National Academy of Sciences funded by United States agencies, including NOAA, NASA, and the CIA, commenced in March 2013, is expected to issue a report in fall 2014.
“An ad hoc committee will conduct a technical evaluation of a limited number of proposed geoengineering techniques, including examples of both solar radiation management (SRM) and carbon dioxide removal (CDR) techniques, and comment generally on the potential impacts of deploying these technologies, including possible environmental, economic, and national security concerns. The study will:
- Evaluate what is currently known about the science of several (3-4) selected example techniques, including potential risks and consequences (both intended and unintended), such as impacts, or lack thereof, on ocean acidification,
- Describe what is known about the viability for implementation of the proposed techniques including technological and cost considerations,
- Briefly explain other geoengineering technologies that have been proposed (beyond the selected examples), and
- Identify future research needed to provide a credible scientific underpinning for future discussions.
The study will also discuss historical examples of related technologies (e.g., cloud seeding and other weather modification) for lessons that might be learned about societal reactions, examine what international agreements exist which may be relevant to the experimental testing or deployment of geoengineering technologies, and briefly explore potential societal and ethical considerations related to geoengineering. This study is intended to provide a careful, clear scientific foundation that informs ethical, legal, and political discussions surrounding geoengineering.
The project has support from the National Academy of Sciences, the U.S. intelligence community, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. The approximate start date for the project is March 2013; a report is expected be issued in fall 2014.”
There are many organizations investigating the use of chemical terrorism and weather warfare. This is a global program and a global scheme. There is no one organization to point the finger at. However, NASA has been appointed to “head” the geoengineering program.
Chemical terrorism researchers a.k.a “The Climate Cult” members:
Jane Long, Co-Chair
Associate Director-at-Large, Energy and Environment Directorate, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Stephen Rademaker, Co-Chair
Senior Counsel, BGR Government Affairs, LLC
Former Assistant Secretary of State
James G. Anderson
Philip S. Weld Professor of Atmospheric Chemistry, Harvard University
Richard Elliot Benedick
President, National Council for Science and the Environment
Former Ambassador and chief U.S. negotiator for the 1987 Montreal Protocol
Senior Scientist, Department of Global Ecology, Carnegie Institution, Stanford University
Research and Technical Director, Clean Air Task Force
Director of Government Affairs, Natural Resources Defense Council
Former Staff Director for the House Science Committee; Columnist on science policy for Nature
Chief Scientist, Environmental Defense Fund
Director, ISEEE Energy and Environmental Systems Group, University of Calgary
Director, Center for Global Security Research, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Former Undersecretary of State for Global Affairs
Lord Chair Professor in Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University
Director, Consortium for Science, Policy and Outcomes, Arizona State University
Distinguished University Professor Emeritus, University of Maryland
Professorial Research Fellow in Earth System Science, School of Ocean & Earth Science, National Oceanography Centre, University of Southampton
Professor, School of International Relations and Pacific Studies, University of California, San Diego
Boeing Integrated Defense Systems Chief Scientist and Vice President-General Manager, Deputy to the President of IDS Advanced Systems, Boeing Corporation
Former Director of the Tactical Technology Office of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA)
David E. Winickoff
Assistant Professor, Department of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management, University of California, Berkeley
For more information on the blatent discussion of chemical terrorism use against citizens, see Google Groups “GEO.” Headed by Andrew Lockley, a “financial advisor” who knows just as much about the climate as a troll at the end of a rainbow.