2015: Geoengineering is Changing Extratropical Cyclones and the Earth’s Weather

by KELLEY BERGMAN Intense geoengineering activity across the planet is influencing weather patterns globally to unprecedented levels. After studying one year of video on aerosols emission and transport, NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory has found aerosol pollution is changing weather and climate around the planet and strengthening extratropical cyclones–a type of storm system that drives much of the world’s weather. This video above shows aerosol emission and transport from September 1, 2006, to April 10, 2007. Credit: NASA Goddard Space Flight Center. Scientists call airborne particles of any sort — human-produced or natural — aerosols. However, human-produced aerosols are now a top contributing source of pollution and a major concern, especially due to operations by international governments through military aircraft which pollute the sky almost daily to influence climate. The simplest effect of increasing aerosols is to increase clouds. To form clouds, airborne water vapor needs particles on which to […] Read More