Intentional Melting of the Polar Ice Caps

When geoengineering “scientists,” such as Ken Caldeira (Department of Global Ecology, Carnegie Institution of Washington), run out of excuses to pollute the planet – they turn to intentional methods of planetary destruction – in exchange for profit.


Two conferences were held in Leningrad in the early 1960′s following an initial meeting in Moscow by the Presidium of the USSR Academy of Sciences in 1959. Borisov’s suggestions to warm the arctic included:

  • Covering great areas of the Arctic with black powders such as coal dust (G. Veksler, 1959) (Carbon Black)

  • Dispersing the cloud cover over the central Arctic Basin (D. Fletcher, 1958) (Geoengineering Aerosols)

  • Deepening of the Thomson Sill (V.N. Stepanov, 1963)

  • Covering the water surface with a monomolecular film (M. Budyko, 1962)

  • Installations to direct warmer Atlantic water into the Kara Sea (V.P. P’yankov, 1965)

  • Pumping cold Arctic water into the Pacific to draw warm Atlantic water into the Arctic Basin (P.M. Borisov, c. 1968)

History repeats itself. Is the excuse now called “global warming?” I think not.
It has always been profit and fearmongering, and always will be.

“Simulations of stratospheric geoengineering with black carbon (BC) aerosols using a general circulation model with fixed sea surface temperatures show that the climate effects strongly depend on aerosol size and altitude of injection. 1 Tg BC a-1 injected into the lower stratosphere would cause little surface cooling for large radii but a large amount of surface cooling for small radii and stratospheric warming of over 60°C.”

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