This weekend’s SRM conference in Cambridge is the antithesis of exploring solutions for a sun-driven climate, whilst ignoring the obvious aerosol spraying and frequency weather warfare that is destroying and manipulating our atmosphere and planet today.
The important 2-day event comprises a series of keynote presentations throughout Friday and Saturday daytime.
We will be marching from Cambridge train station from 12 noon on Saturday. Please join us if you can. (More details below.)
On the evening of Friday 13th there will be a debate in the Lady Mitchell Hall as part of the Cambridge Science Festival. (Chair: Oliver Morton. Panellists: Martin Rees, Amartya Sen, Onora O’Neill and David Keith).
It fails to divulge the obvious technological discoveries that have been usurped by Governments black budgets for harm rather than to solve our energy / pollution problems that would make Plan B, “Solar Radiation Management”, obsolete. And if they increase what experimentation they are already doing, to full scale deployment at the cost of £6 Billion (cheap at the price they say), goodbye blue sky.
In their presentations, the all-star line up of international climate engineers will discuss a variety of climate engineering techniques from an existing list of 825 scientific publications on climate engineering up to the end of 2013, including 193 on solar radiation management; for the patent dataset, 28 were related to SRM technologies – linked to 910 family members.
These now old patents and technologies seem to be already covertly deployed daily to create the problem it poses to mitigate, coined climate change. David Keith will introduce his business of creating a “carbon burial industry five times as big as today’s oil industry.”
We can only imagine how the carbon capture industry could furnish numerous underground cities with vital life-giving carbon dioxide that farmers regularly pay to produce and blast into greenhouses to promote the growth of high yielding crops. CO2 is a plant NUTRIENT .
Further Solar Radiation Management pollution in our air denying us sunlight and draining vital CO2 from the atmosphere sounds more like a sizeable contribution to The Great Culling we already see assaulting us from giant Nuclear, Chemical, Pharma and Agra industries that drive the false bankers economy of today.
Geoengineering’s love child Ken Caldera will divulge the “fast response” to an imposed climate forcing and results on “land plants.” Thanks, Ken. We see it as killing trees and fauna, but go ahead knock us out – who needs the sun anyway? J Sanchez talks about the possibility of shading the Earth from outer space. Brilliant. Keep spending our money while millions perish on the deep blue pearl planet of a paradise lost. Watch “Shade – The Motion Picture” here.
Find out what David Keith means by “solid artificial aerosols” to decipher what the real agenda is in his talk. “An environmental case for solar geoengineering” starting 9:30 am Sat 14th of March. Is it to gain the public’s embrace and acceptance of SRM? Duncan Mclaren “promises power to change not only the world, but also our very conceptions of what it is to be human?” Would that be terraforming earth and and trans humanizing the human being? Yes it would.
Let’s cut to the chase, be assured, engineered “SMART DUST’ DEVICES”, rather than passive aerosols or reflectors are the endgame. Such speculative schemes could ” in principle enable the optical properties of the scattering devices to be ACTIVELY CONTROLLED, thus enabling closed-loop control of solar radiation management, either for stratospheric DEPOSITION or future SPACE BASED SCHEMES”! Are you ready to fully integrate these particles into your biology? You are now part robot and re-engineered humanoid, controlled by those manning the toggle button. Get it?
L. Rkiouak will talk about how the influence of the particle’s surface acidity on ozone decomposition was studied and that, Silicon carbide, titania P25, alumina and diamond deactivated with respect to ozone decomposition after varying time scales” What a surprise!
For those climate engineers needing to escape the geoengineering catch 22, R. Chris says “SRM research and governance (will) be driven more by risk management than by uncertainty reduction, allowing policy to become experiment and experiment to become policy. He will consider the repercussions of such a reframing on the presentation of climate change across the interfaces between the academy, policymakers, media, civil society and the public. Yes, they certainly will have to choose their words carefully when it comes to re-engineering our world and it’s inhabitants incomprehensibly. How ingenious and what delights await us.
Thank goodness for our strong opposing team. Harry, Terry , Josephina and hopefully a few others will be there to present pertinent questions to geoengineers and policy makers at the SRM Science 2015 event, and that “proof of ongoing geoengineering programs will be provided and relevant Civil Society initiatives at the European Parliament will be outlined.”
If these scientists know the “known unknowns”, why don’t they speak out louder and support those fighting to ban the damage already done? Well money obviously, but if they don’t stop it as demanded in the DIRECTIVE who will?
JOIN THE ANTI-GEOENGINEERING PROTEST
Assemble @ Cambridge Railway Station on Saturday 14th of March. from 12 Noon. Marching through city to the Department of Engineering Solar Radiation Management Science Conference, Cambridge, UK
If you do NOT CONSENT gather to let the climate scientists know it’s time to BAN CLIMATE ENGINEERING / CLIMATE INTERVENTION. Event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/392412984264761/ .
If you can’t make it, click here for the live stream.
(All times are GMT – please visit www.timeanddate.com/worldclock to convert to your local time)
Friday 13 March
9.00 Welcome & Introduction
9.30 Keynote Lecture: Ken Caldeira
10.00 Keynote Lecture: Phil Rasch
11.00 Technical Session 1: Climate Modelling. Chair: Lesley Gray
Jim Haywood ‘Results from GEOMIP and SRM simulations with the Hadley Centre Model’
Scott Osprey ‘The long-standing dynamical impacts of climate engineering using stratospheric sulphate aerosol’
Andy Jarvis ‘Deeply ignorant rationality: A solar radiation management case study’
Stephen Salter ‘Can we get a win-win result for the side effects of marine cloud brightening by use of coded modulation of condensation nucleus concentration?’
12.30 Lunch & Lunchtime Perspectives. Chair: Olaf Corry
Ian Simpson ‘Evidence and theory of current climate engineering programs’
Josefina Fraile-Martin ‘Civil Society and Geoengineering’
14.00 Keynote Lecture: David MacKay
14.30 Keynote Lecture: Lynn Russell
15.30 Technical Session 2: Impacts, Implications & Consequences. Chair: Nem Vaughan
Piers Forster ‘Potentially damaging precipitation side effects from solar radiation management’
Ben Kravitz ‘SRM Impacts on the Hydrological Cycle’
Andy Wiltshire ‘Future Ecosystem Services, Climate Mitigation and Geo-Engineering’
Sebastian Eastham ‘Sensitivities of Human Health to Aerosol Climate Engineering’
Friday 13th Panel Debate
19.00 – 21.00 Panel discussion, Lady Mitchell Hall, Sidgwick Site. Chair: Oliver Morton. Panellists: Martin Rees, Amartya Sen, Onora O’Neill, David Keith.
Saturday 14 March (Engineering Department, Trumpington Street Cambridge, CB2 1PZ)
9.30 Keynote Lecture: David Keith
10.00 Keynote Lecture: Duncan McLaren
11.00 Session 3: Engineering Systems. Chair: Hugh Hunt
Hugh Hunt ‘Delivering particles to the stratosphere – SPICE WP2’
Chris Burgoyne ‘Some engineering aspects of a Geoengineering balloon and tether’
Julian Evans ‘The quest for ingenerate resources to promote longevity of the ocean mirror’
John Latham ‘Marine Cloud Brightening’
12.30 Lunch & Lunchtime Perspectives. Chair: Duncan McLaren
Holly Buck ‘Contested infrastructure: insights from large-scale development projects’
Bronislaw Szerszynski ‘A bibliometric study of solar radiation management science: publications and patents’
14.00 Keynote Lecture: Tom Ackerman
14.30 Keynote Lecture: Matthew Watson
15.30 Session 4: Atmospheric Effects. Chair: Matthew Watson
Francis Pope ‘Atmospheric chemistry of mineral particles in the stratosphere: implications for ozone chemistry and stratospheric particle injection’
Graham Mann ‘Quantifying the radiative forcing from the 1991 Mt Pinatubo eruption’
Peter Davidson ‘The impact, implications and consequences of the use of manufactured particles to improve the feasibility and reduce risk for a Stratospheric Solar Radiation Management (SRM) Insurance’
Peter Irvine ‘Detection, Attribution and Climate Control – the Limits to Solar Radiation Management’
More information is available at the official SRMS Cambridge website.