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Chemtrails = Global Warming...not cooling PostFri Jun 01, 2007 11:16 pm  Reply with quote  

http://iloveopinions.com/index.php?topic=189.msg8837

http://imageevent.com/firesat/strangedaysstrangeskies

http://www.endtimesevents.com/CHEMTRAILS.html

Goota love those chemtrail ripples?
http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread213525/pg1

Got to give it to them the way they spread out so fast? Some days in under 40mins of them being sprayed results in total cloud cover. Milky white skies anyone?


We need not forgot or overlook the early and old ways of science (before it was used to destroy and abuse) it used to make great sense and is based on what we use now not to mention the advanced suppressed sciences that will enable us to end poverty and have free energy that is infinite, it may seem like false science in this modern age but it is how we got to where we are to this day. Everything has so much more red tape and things have changed radically since over last few hundred years or thousands of years, of course we have always had some forms of science and Ancient China are one of the most advanced scientific or engineering civilisations to go off for an easy example.

So was Wilhelm Reich on to something, did he realise the government were experimenting and modifying the atmosphere? Why else would he be jailed other than the cover story of experimenting with a product/science that apparently did not work. Do you really believe the FDA of all? Really believe their lies...the center corrupt cancer factory and corporate whore of the world.

http://iloveopinions.com/index.php?topic=189.msg8837

Soon we will have more material available to us, lets hope Reich has something useful for us waiting, he said the people were not ready and would have to wait 50 years for his technology. Lets hope it is worth it, but I am sure many have an idea of what it is already, some of the few orgone scientists out there in America and Germany, that is.

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Question PostSat Jun 02, 2007 1:56 am  Reply with quote  

We all die in the end...

So what if this is the end for Humanity? Have we really done anything to merit survival? Sure we've spawned some architecture, but even ants do that better than we do. What's left that's worth fighting for? This is the trick that keeps us going to work.... let's keep breeding and hope it is better for our children. I for one, will never breed my children into this occultic world. In my short 30 years I have seen nothing but Waco, Iraq, WTC, OKC, and the like. Global Warming? I say good riddance to bad rubbish! It is like a fever... the world purges itself, and rightfully so. What has any one of us done to deserve to be spared?
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PostSat Jun 02, 2007 6:07 am  Reply with quote  

lookat all dem contrails mom and dad!!

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Unbelievable, NASA has just discovered a new layer of particles in the air around clouds which used to be "clear" - my my my - With all their high tech gizmos they just can't figure out why the sky is now laced with a haze of particulates. AMAZING TRULY AMAZING


NASA Discovers 'Twilight Zone' of New Air Particles
By Andrea Thompson, LiveScience Staff


posted: 04 May 2007 10:02 am ET


An extensive and previously unknown "twilight zone" of particles in the atmosphere could complicate scientists' efforts to determine how much the Earth's climate will warm in the future, a new study finds.

In addition to greenhouse gases, which absorb infrared radiation, or heat, emitted from Earth's surface and send it back to the ground, cloud droplets and aerosols, such as dust and air pollutants, in the atmosphere also affect the planet's temperature.

The exact overall effect of these two types of particles is still uncertain: while clouds block incoming solar radiation, water vapor also acts as a greenhouse gas, trapping heat like a blanket.

Now, recent satellite observations have found a zone of "in-between particles" in the air around clouds that was previously considered clear. "The area around clouds has given us trouble," said study team member Lorraine Remer of NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md. "The instruments detected something there, but it didn't match our understanding of what a cloud or an aerosol looked like. What we think we're seeing is a transitional zone where clouds are beginning to form or are dying away, and where humidity causes dry particles to absorb water and get bigger."

Scientists have been aware of an indistinct "halo" surrounding individual clouds, but the newly detected zone is much more extensive, taking up as much as 60 percent of the atmosphere previously labeled as cloud-free.
The previously unknown ingredient in the atmospheric mixture of particles will have to be factored into models that try to predict how the atmosphere influences the change of global temperatures.

"The effects of this zone are not included in most computer models that estimate the impact of aerosols on climate," said lead author Ilan Koren of the Weizmann Institute of Science, in Israel. "This could be one of the reasons why current measurements of this effect don't match our model estimates."

The study was published in the April 18 issue of the journal Geophysical Research Letters.

Timeline: The Frightening Future of Earth
The Definition of 'Cloud' Gets Cloudy
All About Global Warming
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PostSun Jun 03, 2007 3:11 am  Reply with quote  



What appears as clear sky around a cloud as seen from the ground through a digital camera (left) actually has a twilight zone of light-reflecting particles around it (right). To see this, the blue light from the atmosphere in the original image is first subtracted (middle). The twilight zone is revealed after the darker parts of the image are enhanced (right). Credit: Koren et al., Geophysical Research Letters

So NASA is admitting that the sky is now laced with particulates, even though they will not admit to the spraying of the skies. Somehow this is the NEW NORMAL, a polymer sky.
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Careful PostSun Jun 03, 2007 4:41 am  Reply with quote  

I appreciate your posts, but these pics are easy to reproduce. Unless you have a FLIR camera or a high res image, I could easily duplicate these results in Photoshop. Keep up the good work, just dont trust everything you see unless you can back up the Science behind it.
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PostSun Jun 03, 2007 11:21 pm  Reply with quote  

These came from NASA - I am only posting what NASA themselves is recording as scientific fact and their own pictures. AFter all, aren't they supposed to be the top notch in the so-called scientific world? I certainly do not need these scientists to confirm my own personal observation of the changes in the atmosphere. I've been flying across the US for the past 40 years and the changes above our country are phenomenal to say the least. Now when I travel, the whole country is enveloped in an artifically created atmosphere, as if looking through a brides veil at the world below. Cloud cover is heavy and all over the country. Now NASA is admitting that there are heavy particulates in the air, surrounding clouds but hard to see from the ground at times with the naked eye, but certainly, you can observe it from above the ground. I see the sun dogs, the sun is now dispersed through a haze, even on supposidly clear days. If the pictures are doctored than NASA did it themselves. My feeling is NASA has to start explaining the change in the atmosphere as more and more people are seeing it. They just will not admit that they are involved in the changing of the atmosphere with the aerosol spraying campaign going on, so they are calling it a "new phenomenom that they just didn't notice before with all their high tech equipment".

Scientists have been aware of an indistinct "halo" surrounding individual clouds, but the newly detected zone is much more extensive, taking up as much as 60 percent of the atmosphere previously labeled as cloud-free.

These NASA scientists are rewriting SIONCE. It's the new normal.
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Pak:

I completely misunderstood your point. I am sorry, I shouldn't have commented until I understood what you were saying. I'll be a little slower to fire off an opinion in the future.
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Isn't it convenient that Global Warming coincides nicely with the step up in the spray campaign - if these great scientists are doing it to combat global warming, it sure ain't working. Everytime they spray it heats up dramatically - white out the sky and trap in all the heat, then suck the moisture right out and move it elsewhere. The Great Lakes are being sprayed over continually so it is my contention that they are sucking the moisture right out of the lakes and using this moisture to cause the excessive flooding going on elsewhere in the country.

Mighty Lake Superior Mystifies Scientists
By JOHN FLESHER,AP
Posted: 2007-07-29 18:13:34
Filed Under: Nation News, Science News
MARQUETTE, Mich. (July 29) - As the research boat bobs up and down on gray, choppy Lake Superior, Michigan Tech University chemist Noel Urban and two students drop a metal cylinder over the side to retrieve a water sample from the bottom.


Photo Gallery: What's Happening to Great Lake?


Raymond K. Gehman, National Geographic / Getty Images The surf rolls up on the Apostle Islands in Lake Superior. Something seems amiss in the deepest and coldest of the Great Lakes. The water level is suddenly dropping and its temperature is quickly heating up, puzzling experts.
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They are measuring carbon dioxide content -- an unspectacular statistic by itself, yet an important piece of a highly complex puzzle.

"It helps us develop a model that can say what's going to happen as the lake warms up," Urban says.

Plenty of people are wondering the same thing.

Something seems amiss with mighty Superior, the deepest and coldest of the Great Lakes, which together hold nearly 20 percent of the world's fresh surface water.

Superior's surface area is roughly the same as South Carolina's, the biggest of any freshwater lake on Earth. It's deep enough to hold all the other Great Lakes plus three additional Lake Eries. Yet over the past year, its level has ebbed to the lowest point in eight decades and will set a record this fall if, as expected, it dips three more inches.

Its average temperature has surged 4.5 degrees Fahrenheit since 1979, significantly above the 2.7-degree rise in the region's air temperature during the same period. That's no small deal for a freshwater sea that was created from glacial melt as the Ice Age ended and remains chilly in all seasons.

A weather buoy on the western side recently recorded an "amazing" 75 degrees, "as warm a surface temperature as we've ever seen in this lake," says Jay Austin, assistant professor at the University of Minnesota at Duluth's Large Lakes Observatory.

Water levels also have receded on the other Great Lakes since the late 1990s. But the suddenness and severity of Superior's changes worry many in the region; it has plunged more than a foot in the past year. Shorelines are dozens of yards wider than usual, giving sunbathers wider beaches but also exposing mucky bottomlands and rotting vegetation.

"C'mon, girls, get out of the mud," Dan Arsenault, 32, calls to his two young daughters at a park near the mouth of the St. Marys River on the southeastern end of Lake Superior. Bree, 5, and 3-year-old Andie are stomping in puddles where water was waist-deep a couple of years ago. The floatation rope that previously designated the swimming area now rests on moist ground.

"This is the lowest I've ever seen it," says Arsenault, a lifelong resident of Sault Ste. Marie in Michigan's Upper Peninsula.

Superior still has lots of water. Its average depth is 483 feet and it reaches 1,332 feet at the deepest point. Erie, the shallowest Great Lake, is 210 feet at its deepest and averages only 62 feet. Lake Michigan averages 279 feet and is 925 feet at its deepest.

Yet along Superior's shores, boats can't reach many mooring sites and marina operators are begging the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to dredge shallow harbors. Ferry service between Grand Portage, Minn., and Isle Royale National Park was scaled back because one of the company's boats couldn't dock.

Sally Zabelka has turned away boaters from Chippewa Landing marina in the eastern Upper Peninsula, where not long ago 27-foot vessels easily made their way up the channel from the lake's Brimley Bay. "In essence, our dock is useless this year," she says.

Another worry: As the bay heats up, the perch, walleye and smallmouth bass that have lured anglers to her campground and tackle shop are migrating to cooler waters in the open lake.

Low water has cost the shipping industry millions of dollars. Vessels are carrying lighter loads of iron ore and coal to avoid running aground in shallow channels.

Superior's retreat creates a double whammy in Grand Marais, where the only deepwater harbor of refuge along a 90-mile, shipwreck-strewn section of the lake already was filling with sand because of a decaying breakwall.

Burt Township, the local government, is extending the harbor's boat launching ramp an additional 40 feet, Supervisor Jack Hubbard says. Sand and shallow water are choking off aquatic vegetation that once provided habitat for hefty pike and trout.

Puffing on a pipe in a Grand Marais pub, retiree Ted Sietsema voices the suspicion held by many in the villages along Superior's southern shoreline: Someone is taking the water. The government is diverting it to places with more people and political influence - along Lakes Huron and Michigan and even the Sun Belt, via the Mississippi River.

"Don't give me that global warming stuff," Sietsema says. "That water is going west. That big aquifer out there is empty but they can still water the desert. It's got to be coming from somewhere."

A familiar theory - but all wet, says Scott Thieme, hydraulics and hydrology chief with the Corps of Engineers district office in Detroit. Water does exit Lake Superior through locks, power plants and gates on the St. Marys River, but in amounts strictly regulated under a 1909 pact with Canada.

The actual forces at work, while mysterious, are not the stuff of spy novels, Thieme says.

Precipitation has tapered off across the upper Great Lakes since the 1970s and is nearly 6 inches below normal in the Superior watershed the past year. Water evaporation rates are up sharply because mild winters have shrunk the winter ice cap - just as climate change computer models predict for the next half-century.

Yet those models also envision more precipitation as global warming sets in, says Brent Lofgren, a physical scientist with the Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory in Ann Arbor. Instead there's drought, suggesting other causes.

Cynthia Sellinger, the lab's deputy director, suspects residual effects of El Nino, the warming of equatorial Pacific waters that produced warmer winters in the late 1990s, just as the lakes began receding.

Both long-term climate change and short-term meteorological factors may be driving water levels down, says Urban, the Michigan Tech researcher.

But he and Austin are more concerned about effects than causes. There's a big knowledge gap about how food webs and other aquatic systems will respond to warmer temperatures, they say.

"It's just not clear what the ultimate result will be as we turn the knob up," says Austin, the Minnesota-Duluth professor. "It could be great for fisheries or fisheries could crash."

That's a question Urban and his colleagues want to help answer with their carbon dioxide measurements on Lake Superior. Plugging those and other statistics into comprehensive ecosystem models will give scientists a basis for making predictions.

"We're always reacting to what's already happened instead of looking forward," Urban says. "As long as we have a poor understanding of the basic functions of the lake, we won't be able to say whether this warming is of major concern or not."

Editor's note - John Flesher is the AP correspondent in Traverse City and has covered environmental issues since 1992.


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