Killing Earth With GeoEngineering – Part 4 – Playing With Chaos

There’s a saying in Indiana, where I grew up, “If you don’t like the weather, just wait five minutes.” It’s a Midwest America thing, and I’m sure that quite a few States suffer from the same problem: unpredictable weather. And, unpredictable weather can turn life upside down, and even get you killed. That’s why we use supercomputers to attempt to predict it. Some of the most powerful computers in the world are being used today to predict what the weather will be, and it has made forecasting easier and more accurate. But, what if you could take the uncertainty out … Click here to read the rest…

Tipping Points

We human beings aren’t very good at understanding cause and effect. When something happens that we don’t like, we rarely look further than the immediately preceding event to explain why it happened. We blame the assassination of Arch Duke Ferdinand for World War I. We blame World War I on the rise of the Soviet Union. We blame the Soviet Union for the Cold War. We blame the Cold War for Vietnam. We blame everything on the Jews. And none of that is true. Having said that, there ARE moments in time in which single events play a more significant … Click here to read the rest…

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