Tuesday, July 12, 2011


Contrails 'stop temperature rises'

Friday, 8 July 2011
Bombing raids in the Second World War had an effect on the climate, scientists say
Bombing raids in the Second World War had an effect on the climate, scientists say
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Huge formations of allied Second World War bombers did more than inflict devastation on Dresden and other German cities - they had an impact on the climate, scientists have learned.
Experts turned to the wartime bombing raids to study the effect of thousands of aircraft on the English weather.
The missions took place at a time when skies were much less crowded than they are today, providing an opportunity to observe what difference they made to local climate.
Analysis of Met Office and military records showed a measurable impact on May 11, 1944, when 1,444 aircraft took off from airfields across south-east England into a clear sky.
Contrails from the bombers significantly suppressed morning temperature increases in areas which were heavily over-flown.
Professor Rob MacKenzie, from the University of Birmingham, who co-led the study, said: "Witnesses to the huge bombing formations recall that the sky was turned white by aircraft contrails.
"It was apparent to us that the Allied bombing of WW2 represented an inadvertent environmental experiment on the ability of aircraft contrails to affect the energy coming into and out of the Earth at that location."
The research is published in the International Journal of Climatology.
Aircraft contrails are formed when hot, aerosol-laden air from a plane's engines mix with cold air in the upper troposphere.
While some contrails swiftly disappear, others form widespread cirrus clouds which block both the sun's rays and heat energy from the ground. The effect is known as air induced cloudiness (AIC). Today's congested airways make it difficult to research AIC by comparing empty skies with those filled by aircraft.

Read more: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/breaking-news/offbeat/contrails-stop-temperature-rises-16020852.html#ixzz1RxFacQrr

 The beginning of the official propaganda to condition the population to the mutation of the sky (by the BBC)

Here's a recent BBC video on chemtrails, renamed "contrails cirrus"

What the nice man does not explain is the interruption of the trail and its recovery:

The aircraft he is "way glider?" ... So here we are now in full propaganda and conditioning of our retinas : exit the clouds that we know, hello clusters of sulfur particles (trying to mimic volcanic eruptions) that is presented to us as kind of condensation, ice ... very innocent! 

For it is indeed spreading of particles, leading to a profound change as a malignant, our sky Even Environmentalists least remain silent and subservient not respond to emails (Michele Rivasi, Stephane Lhomme) Here is the latest response from Greenpeace: "Greenpeace does not work on the subject of" chemtrails ", we only matters that we document this which is not the case of "chemtrails." 

We have never had the opportunity to read a scientific study confirming this theory, and composition of these trails is supposedly supported by any analysis. "

If Greenpeace expects documentation, Greenpeace can wait a long time. So we can count on us to protect our children. 

iridescence diffraction of sunlight, due to particles

Monday, July 4, 2011

Geo-engineering is the real culprit . The reason for all this Violent Weather: More Lies and propaganda

Asia pollution blamed for halt in warming: study

Smoke billows from chimneys at an industrial district near Tokyo February 28, 2011. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon

LONDON | Mon Jul 4, 2011 3:17pm EDT

(Reuters) - Smoke belching from Asia's rapidly growing economies is largely responsible for a halt in global warming in the decade after 1998 because of sulphur's cooling effect, even though greenhouse gas emissions soared, a U.S. study said on Monday.
The paper raised the prospect of more rapid, pent-up climate change when emerging economies eventually crack down on pollution.
World temperatures did not rise from 1998 to 2008, while manmade emissions of carbon dioxide from burning fossil fuel grew by nearly a third, various data show.
The researchers from Boston and Harvard Universities and Finland's University of Turku said pollution, and specifically sulphur emissions, from coal-fueled growth in Asia was responsible for the cooling effect.
Sulphur allows water drops or aerosols to form, creating hazy clouds which reflect sunlight back into space.
"Anthropogenic activities that warm and cool the planet largely cancel after 1998, which allows natural variables to play a more significant role," the paper said.
Natural cooling effects included a declining solar cycle after 2002, meaning the sun's output fell.
The study said that the halt in warming had fueled doubts about anthropogenic climate change, where scientists say manmade greenhouse gas emissions are heating the Earth.
"It has been unclear why global surface temperatures did not rise between 1998 and 2008," said the study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States.
A peak in temperatures in 1998 coincided with a strong El Nino weather event, a natural shift which brings warm waters to the surface of the Pacific Ocean every few years.
Subsequent years have still included nine of the top 10 hottest years on record, while the U.N. World Meteorological Organization said 2010 was tied for the record.
A U.N. panel of climate scientists said in 2007 that it was 90 percent certain that humankind was causing global warming.
Sulphur aerosols may remain in the atmosphere for several years, meaning their cooling effect will gradually abate once smokestack industries clean up.
The study echoed a similar explanation for reduced warming between the 1940s and 1970s, blamed on sulphur emissions before Western economies cleaned up largely to combat acid rain.
"The post 1970 period of warming, which constitutes a significant portion of the increase in global surface temperature since the mid 20th century, is driven by efforts to reduce air pollution," it said.
Sulphur emissions are linked to coal consumption which in China grew more than 100 percent in the decade to 2008, or nearly three times the rate of the previous 10 years, according to data from the energy firm BP.
Other climate scientists broadly supported Monday's study, stressing that over longer time periods rising greenhouse gas emissions would over-ride cooling factors.
"Long term warming will continue unless emissions are reduced," said Peter Stott, head of climate monitoring at Britain's Met Office.

Independence Day .