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Killing the Biosphere to Fast-track Human Extinction

By Robert J. Burrowes | Global Research

Several years ago in Cameroon, a country in West Africa, a Western Black Rhinoceros was killed. It was the last of its kind on Earth. 3,087 more words

Environment

Conspiracy Theory Now Conspiracy Fact, as Congress Holds Hearings on Weather Manipulation

Weather modification just jumped from “chemtrail” conspiracy theory into mainstream reality, as Congress holds hearings on geoengineering.

By Jay Syrmopoulos | The Free Thought Project… 1,925 more words

Environment

Wrapping Glaciers, Making Clouds, and Reflecting Sunlight

An image in the online Encyclopaedia Britannica illustrating the various strategies for climate engineering has always bothered me. Alongside the highly technical and speculative proposal of placing orbiting mirrors in space to intercept the sun’s rays sits the highly unsophisticated and low-tech proposal of wrapping melting glaciers with huge sheets of white fabric. 1,061 more words

Ethics

The Ethics of a Global Sunshade

Earlier this month, a major international conference on climate engineering* (also known as ‘geoengineering’) wrapped up in Berlin attracting headlines around the world. Next week, I’m travelling to a smaller academic meeting on the ethics and governance of climate engineering research. 1,190 more words

Climate Change

Scientists Calling for Geoengineering to Dim the Sun for the Corals

By Heather Callaghan | Activist Post

Researchers are openly calling for releasing sulphate aerosols in the sky to literally dim the sun in an attempt to stop coral bleaching. 584 more words

Environment

When Humans Design Climate

Last week an article appeared in Forbes magazine bearing the title “As Humans Fumble Climate Challenge, Interest Grows in Geoengineering.” The article reports that during an appearance at Carnegie Mellon University, Dr. 1,155 more words

Climate Change

Aluminum & Geoengineering: Neurodegenerative Diseases Linked to Climate Modification

Aluminum is among the most abundant elements of this planet. It is also highly toxic to the human nervous system. Thankfully free-form aluminum, that is, aluminum not chemically bound to other elements, is relatively rare in our biosphere. 300 more words

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