It’s Here – Geoengineering Now Normalized As Scientists Spray Chemicals To Dim The Sun, Soak Up Co2

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(The Last American Vagabond) Undeterred by steep cost and the interminable controversy on the very concept of global warming, scientists will again experiment with geoengineering — as a means to bolster the effect of cloud cover by seeding the atmosphere with chemicals meant to dim the light of the sun — in a concerted effort to cool the planet.

While the project will undoubtedly stir distrust among those already doubtful pumping the air full of chemicals could ever end well, ‘chemtrail’ theories have seemingly been proven recently, particularly as a growing number of projects aim to align with strictures from the laden Paris Climate Accord.

Unsurprisingly — considering the arrogance of meddling with nature — praise of its methods and even of its goal has been anything but unanimous.

Swiss company Climeworks coughed up $23 million and constructed a facility to begin collecting carbon dioxide…

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“Our planet is being destroyed!” #StopAdani #Auspol 

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Every second we waste denying climate change exists is time we steal from the next generation who will suffer the terrible consequences
Friday 4 August 2017
Our planet is being destroyed.

But it is not only the forests and the oceans, the wildlife and the Arctic sea ice that is being wiped out – soon it will be the people, too.

The Lancet has today published a report that lays bare the devastating impact climate change will have on populations across Europe.

Between 1981 and 2010, extreme weather events killed about 3,000 people a year.
According to the research, this will increase 50 times to an estimated 152,000 people who will die in weather-related disasters every year between 2071 and 2100.


There are people alive today who will witness these deaths.

I could be one of them – in 2071, I would be approaching my 86th birthday.

Climate change is…

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Lack of Prudence in Trying to Construct Now Abandoned New Nuclear Project in SC; Petition to Intervene Deadline and Hearing

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Photo of VC Summer site, May 26, 2017, ©High Flyer via SRS.org

According to the US Congressional Budget Office (CBO), 2011:
Historically, the U.S. nuclear industry has received considerable federal support and has been subject to extensive federal regulation. After an initial period of growth in the industry, many nuclear projects ran into problems with delays, cost overruns, and cancellations. In a few cases, those circumstances led to the bankruptcy of the project sponsor and to losses by some debt holders, although much more often losses were absorbed by ratepayers or the government rather than by bondholders. More recent experience from abroad suggests that the risk of cost overruns and delays remains a concern even with modern reactor designs…

Cost overruns averaged more than 200 per-cent for plants on which construction started between 1966 and 1977. Additionally, many projects were canceled after construction had started but before completion…

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