[Government, not the Government]
You can see from the work of Bill Mollison and others that it’s quite possible to green the desert without massive infrastructure projects. The present desertification of the South-West of the United States is not a result of “climate change”, it’s the result of misuse of the water that’s always been there, under the ground, regardless of the periodic minor variations in climate.
The second video below gives an idea of what could have happened had common sense prevailed over the short term self-interest of a very few, and what could still happen if people wake up.
In Trees Make Rain V we saw how trees enable microbes to put just the right kind of particles in the air to make it rain. It turns out that these are the most productive of all three known types of nucleating particles:
- Meteor dust particles, which serve as ice nucleators mostly at temperatures colder than -15 degrees Celsius);
- Inorganic soil particles (mainly clays), which also serve as ice nucleators mostly at temperatures colder than -15 degrees Celsius; and
- Biological particles, which serve as ice nucleators temperatures as warm as, or warmer than, -5 degrees Celsius.
This is shown in detail in a paper called “The Biologic Origin of Snowflakes and Raindrops” by the Suburban Emergency Management Project.
The most active ice nucleators are biological in origin, declare Christner, et al. in their paper recently published in Science (February 29, 2008). (11) “This is important because the formation of ice in clouds is required for snow and most rainfall. Dust and soot particles can serve as ice nuclei, but biological ice nuclei are capable of catalyzing freezing at much warmer temperatures”, the researchers explain. (14) In other words, a mechanism exists whereby snowflakes and other precipitation can form when cloud temperatures in the troposphere are relatively warm.
Here’s the link, http://www.nonaiswa.org/wordpress/orgin-of-the-snowflakes/
and archived as a pdf: The_Biologic_Origin_of_Snowflakes_and_Raindrops
and here’s the referenced article (11): Ubiquity of Biological Ice Nucleators in Snowfall
See also Evidence for biological shaping of hair ice (pdf, archived here: bg-12-4261-2015)
and a related article: From rain clouds to ‘hair ice’: how microscopic organisms engineer Earth’s climate
archived here: microscopic_organisms_engineer_climate.pdf
If you cut your forest, the winds will not blow from the ocean and will not bring you rain. Natural forests draw atmospheric moisture inland from the ocean in a positive feedback loop. This builds up precipitation inland, compensating for water lost through river flow and ultimately increasing river runoff due to the sustained low pressure area inland. Forests make rivers.
Much more at bioticregulation.ru
Archived here: Biotic_Pump.pdf
[On 10th Sept 2013], “Varm luft for milliarder”, a documentary by Tom Heinemann, was broadcast on Danish television. It’s an exceptionally good documentary, with beautiful photography and featuring interviews with politicians, academics, a carbon trader, a journalist and an activist.
The narration is by Danish actor Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (Headhunters, Game of Thrones, Black Hawk Down). “One carbon credit is equivalent to one ton of carbon. Or the volume of one hot air balloon,” he tells us.
Called “Carbon Crooks” in English, the documentary presents a detailed critique of carbon trading starting with the Kyoto Protocol. It looks into the VAT carousels, computer hacking, theft, money laundering and fraud with carbon credits that have cost European tax payers an estimated €15 billion. It mentions carbon credits from wind farms in China that are not connected to the grid. And “smokeless” factories, where you can’t breathe the air. And looks in detail at a project that distributed thousands of water filters to villagers in Kenya but that hardly anyone uses. And it looks at the collapse of the carbon market in Europe.
Much more in the full article at redd-monitor.org
archived here: Hot_air.pdf
Allan Savory describes his successes in reversing desertification.
There’s no doubt some truth in all the CO2 propaganda we’re being subjected to. Of course our over-consuming industrial civilization is having a devastating impact on our home, no-one could seriously dispute that, but what our leaders are foisting on us as a solution is just more of the same. The same increase in their power, and in their control over us. The same destruction of the lives of poor people everywhere, and particularly in the ‘third world’. Here’s a story that illustrates many of the aspects of the new colonialism opportunity that our predicament is being used for by the globalists to further establish their dominance over us.
Those of us working to make the world a better place need to reevaluate our work and withdraw support from everything that they have their dirty fingers in. We can develop our own solutions, without having to support their propaganda. CO2 suits them fine, but it isn’t the only symptom of our problems, and we don’t need to use it in our campaigns. We don’t need to compromise to get their grants, because we don’t need their stinkin’ grants. Without our support, they will not be able to set up the scams like this one.
Argentine Farm Sales Raise Questions of Land Speculation By Soros
The mechanisms he is using to enrich himself are the exact ones lobbied for and approved by all the mainstream organizations. This is what you get for ‘cooperating’ with a bunch of psychopath bankers (UN, World Bank et al). Please get a backbone and stand up to these people, or at least stop supporting them!
Article saved in case it disappears. Soros_Land_Speculation.pdf
A 200-year-long drought 4,200 years ago may have killed off the ancient Sumerian civilization, according to Matt Konfirst, a geologist at the Byrd Polar Research Center
Thanks largely to the mainstream obsession with ‘climate change’, research into historical disasters that focuses on climate is getting more funding. Mainstream reporting of this research is skewed towards supporting the idea that we must give Al Gore and his carbon mafia all our money and submit to global government, but in between the lines we can piece together a story of successive civilizations which were destroyed by drought. The causes of these droughts are largely left unexplored by mainstream journalists, with speculation confined to statements like “The findings also suggest that modern-day civilizations may be vulnerable to climate change”
There isn’t much evidence that the Sumerians had cars, or package holidays, or air conditioning, so it’s unlikely that their plights had much to do with anything that would easily be construed as supporting carbon taxes and state interference in every aspect of our lives, so the reasons for the climate change are pretty much left out of the reports we get to see in the mainstream media. However, it doesn’t take a genius to work out that agriculture (and thus deforestation) might at least have something to do with it.
More in the article, at Livescience.com, (and many other outlets too) but it doesn’t go into causes much.