UN: ‘The World Won’t Cool Without Chemtrails’ (No Matter What)
Thursday, September 26, 2013
According to the upcoming United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change climate assessment, “Global warming is irreversible without massive geoengineering of the atmosphere’s chemistry.”
The New Scientist reported yesterday:
According to one of its lead authors, and the latest draft seen by New Scientist, the report will say: ‘CO2-induced warming is projected to remain approximately constant for many centuries following a complete cessation of emission. A large fraction of climate change is thus irreversible on a human timescale, except if net anthropogenic CO2 emissions were strongly negative over a sustained period.’
In other words, even if all the world ran on carbon-free energy, and deforestation ceased, the only way of lowering temperatures would be to devise a scheme for sucking hundreds of billions of tonnes of carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere.
So all this time we have been told we have to change human behavior to fix climate change, but now we are being told they have to geoengineer the planet no matter what. (Might as well go buy that Hummer you’ve had your eye on and eat a few more steaks while you’re at it, because apparently it won’t matter either way.)
In the excerpt above, The New Scientist links to another of its articles from just a couple of days ago, “Can geoengineering avert climate chaos?” which begins with, “OOPS. We really didn’t mean to, but we seem to have broken the planet. Is there anything we can do to make it better?”