Obama Cooling Air To Fight Global Warming
Has Obama taken a GOD mentality now? A Presidential win, trip to Europe, talk with soldiers, not Obama thinks he can cool the planets air. I told you, Obama is not calling the shot here, check post dated March 11, ‘Puppet’. This idea was from the president’s new science adviser John P. Holdren. The concept of using technology to purposely cool the climate is called geoengineering. Holdren proposed shooting pollution particles into the upper atmosphere to reflect the sun’s rays. That’s right, make the earth think a volcano has erupted and shot ash into the atmosphere. Push us into another ice age. Earth could be as close as six years away from the loss of Arctic summer sea ice, Holdren said.
How long as scientist been thinking about this, only and empty suit would actually fall for this idea. Well we got one. He and many experts believe that warming of a few degrees more would lead to disastrous drought conditions and food shortages in some regions, rising seas and more powerful coastal storms in others. The British Parliament has also discussed the idea. At an international meeting of climate scientists last month in Copenhagen. This would explain why PM Brown received the 25 DVDs. I have been listening to this Global Warming issue for almost 25 years. According to these scientist, the Amazon forrest should have been destroyed ten years ago. During the early 80’s, we were told millions of acres of forrest was burning every year from greenhouse effects, depleted ozone, global warming. Take a look at South America today, tell me what you see… a desert?
Now we get Obama in office and a 65-year-old physicist talking about shooting sulfur particles into the upper atmosphere that would mimic the effect of volcanoes in screening out the incoming sunlight, creating artificial trees, giant towers that suck carbon dioxide out of the air and store it, and try to produce a cooling effect to offset the heating effect of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases. What’s next, moving the planet a few millions miles away from the sun?