Top Geoengineer Ken Calderia proposes spraying chemicals in our skies to “blunt the worst effects of global warming.”
May 16, 2013
When confronted at a geoengineering debate in Berkeley, he was forced to admit there has been no global warming for at least 17 years (“it has leveled off”) and that when he worked at a nuclear weapons lab, he discussed poisoning the sky, “putting pathogens in a cloud” to “rain down on your enemy and do chemical and germ warfare.” But he assured us there was no reason for concern.
According to Wikipedia:
Kenneth Caldeira is an atmospheric scientist who works at the Carnegie Institution for Science‘s Department of Global Ecology. He researches ocean acidification, climate effects of trees, intentional climate modification, and interactions in the global Carbon cycle/climate system. He also acted as an inventor for Intellectual Ventures, a Seattle-based invention and patent company headed up by Nathan Myhrvold.
Caldeira’s work was featured in 14 May 2012 article in The New Yorker, entitled “The Climate Fixers” and in a 20 November 2006 article in The New Yorker, entitled “The Darkening Sea.” In 2007, he contributed two op-ed pieces on the subject of global warming to The New York Times. He was named a “Hero Scientist of 2008” by New Scientist magazine. He was listed as number 36 out of 100 Agents of Change in Rolling Stone magazine’s 2 April 2009 list of 100 “artists and leaders, policymakers, writers, thinkers, scientists and provocateurs who are fighting every day to show us what is possible.