Tuesday, January 7, 2014

WEATHER MODIFICATION: DOES IT HAVE ANYTHING TO DO WITH CURRENT WEATHER EXTREMES?

A reader shared a link to this document in my comment section. If anyone doubts weather modification exists, doubt no more. The proof is here. All indications are this document is genuine.



Weather is not my forte, but I have eyes to see the massive Chemtrail program that has been underway for well over 10 years now. I have always speculated it had to do with Solar Radiation Management and have hundreds of photos of the sun being obscured by aerosols being sprayed via aircraft in our skies. I found it appalling that there was no reference as to how the residuals of such aerosols could affect humans, plant and wildlife. You will find a list of countries currently participating and REPORTING in this study, and it is also made clear that many countries have programs of their own and do not participate in the study but choose to embark on their own independent endeavors.

The link to the full document is below. You will find that nearly every planet on Earth is participating in weather manipulation of some kind. Could this be responsible for some of the extreme weather we are experiencing? As the old commercial used to say, "..it's not nice to fool Mother Nature".

Please forgive the formatting. It was taken from a pdf doc and I am unable to make it any more legible.

The title of the document is:

REPORT FROM EXPERT TEAM ON WEATHER MODIFICATION RESEARCH FOR 
2012/2013
Appendix B 

INTERNATIONAL COMMISSION ON CLOUDS AND PRECIPITATION (ICCP) 
STATEMENT ON RADIATION MANAGEMENT CLIMATE ENGINEERING  
DRAFT, JANUARY 2013

Global average temperatures are rising due to human emissions of greenhouse gases (GHGs). This is 
helping to drive widespread melting of snow and sea ice and will result in significant changes in 
precipitation patterns that will be detrimental to humanity and to Earth’s biodiversity. 
 
Different strategies have been proposed to reduce climate change risks. Emissions reductions are a 
possible long-term solution, but it has been difficult to make progress in achieving such reductions. 
Adaptation is a second possible course of action, but is likely to be one that sees large reductions in 
biodiversity and would not be a suitable strategy in the event of catastrophic climate change such as 
rapid melting and disintegration of the Greenland or West Antarctic ice sheets. A third possible course 
of action, and the most radical, involves climate engineering (or geoengineering). This is the deliberate manipulation of the Earth’s physical, chemical or biological processes to counteract deleterious effects of climate change. 

This ICCP policy statement focuses upon a subset of climate engineering strategies called Radiation 
Management (RM) that attempt to reduce the amount of solar or infrared radiation reaching the Earth’s 
surface. Proposed RM techniques include: 1) those designed to reflect more sunlight back to space, 
examples of which include space-based mirrors, introducing sulfate aerosols into the stratosphere and 
increasing the droplet concentration in marine low clouds; 2) reducing thin cirrus optical depth and 
cloud cover that prevents longwave radiation escaping to space. 

Given the current state of understanding, RM could only be considered as a strategy of last resort should catastrophic climate change become unavoidable in the future. ICCP recognizes that current scientific research on RM techniques is in its infancy and that the current level of scientific knowledge about the feasibility of RM techniques is an inadequate basis for shaping policy decisions. Little is known about the potential risks of deliberate attempts to change the Earth’s radiation budget. For example, it is becoming widely accepted that anthropogenic GHGs, ozone and absorbing aerosols may all be playing important roles in changing the latitude of storm tracks and the intertropical convergence zone. Further regional to global-scale adjustments caused by climate engineering would induce regional precipitation changes that would not necessarily cancel those caused by GHGs and therefore may not uniformly benefit all nations, peoples and ecosystems. This has major sociopolitical and ethical implications that have to be considered. 

In addition to the potential risks of climate engineering applications, there are also major concerns that 
the development of RM strategies might be seen as an equivalent to emissions reduction strategies. 
Radiation management cannot substitute for GHG emissions reduction strategies for the following 
reasons: 1) the areal patterns of radiative forcing associated with GHGs is fundamentally different from those expected from RM, 2) RM management does not prevent other deleterious impacts of GHGs such as ocean acidification, and 3) the lifetimes of GHGs are much longer than the species of gases and particles that have been proposed as potential geoengineering agents.
 
The International Commission on Clouds and Precipitation recommends:
• That further research is pursued to better understand the fundamental science and possible 
efficacy of radiation management climate engineering schemes. 
• That climate engineering research be conducted in an open and independent manner that 
engages public participation, and is used to properly assess the potential risks involved. 
• That research activities must include studies of the human impacts, ethics, legal and political 
impacts of climate engineering 

Given the poor state of the current knowledge on clouds, aerosols, precipitation and their interactions, 
the ICCP does not support the implementation of climate engineering and does not expect that climate 
engineering can solve the global warming problem. Climate engineering cannot substitute for aggressive emissions reduction. However, ICCP supports conducting research to improve our basic understanding of the processes needed to explore the possibility that climate engineering might contribute to a broad risk management strategy to temporarily reduce some of the dangerous effects of climate change. 
 http://www.wmo.int/pages/prog/arep/wwrp/new/documents/Doc_3_6_weather_mod_2013_Final_tn.pdf

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