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Geoengineering: Foiled by the National Academy of Sciences

Writing is hard.

I knew that when I started this blog, but I understand it better after talking myself into writing a series on something that few people outside of academia were talking about. 717 more words

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Past Forays into SRM Field Research and Implications for Future Governance (Case Study)

Doughty (2015) – Past Forays into SRM Field Research – Click for Download

Outdoor field research self-identifying as, or closely related to Solar Radiation Management (SRM) technology have already been carried out by scientists. 3,659 more words

What . . . About Geoengineering . . . Part II: Another SRM (Solar Radiation Management) Proposal

If you tuned in recently for “What You Always Wanted to Know About Geoengineering but Were Afraid to Ask, Part I,” you might recall that the post ended with a discussion of a plan to cool the Earth by putting a Saturn-like ring around the equator. 2,208 more words

The Sky Does NOT Lie, by Rand Clifford

\by Rand Clifford
Posted by Veterans Today
February 2, 2015
Thanks to L. 

Funny thing, an aerosol assault on sunshine sure appears to be what I’m seeing. 1,609 more words


Why the UNFCCC and CBD Should Refrain from Regulating Solar Climate Engineering (Opinion Article)

Reynolds (2015) – Why UNFCCC and CBD Should Refrain from Regulating SRM – Click for download

Some form of international regulation of solar climate engineering is needed, both to manage its benefits and to minimize and possibly compensate for its harmful impacts. 2,453 more words

GeoEngineering Film Tours America's cinemas

Look Up! Telly Award winning Director makes a terrifying discovery while testing time lapse camera equipment then accidentally playing the footage backwards. Look Up ! is a new genre of documentary with an integrated Mobile App component – The film addresses the world’s most dangerous environmental program ever – GeoEngineering and SRM: The science of using airplanes to spray the sky with toxic metals and particles, with the intention of blocking the sun and forcing climate change while creating unknown consequences. 53 more words


Geoengineering: Measuring costs/benefits

Americans, be they policymakers, economists, MBAs, or policy school deans (you know, real Americans) love the Cost-Benefit Analysis. In fact, since the early 1980s several presidential administrations, including Obama’s, have issued… 810 more words

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