Trees are great solar panels. Wood is a great energy storage medium. It’s just as energy dense as coal. Heating is about 50% of our energy needs. Enzymes could turn the wood into liquid fuels. Also wood to ethanol. Also composting the wood returns 4x the energy as burning it. Jean Pain method for heating is interesting.
So why are they picking expensive energy that might not work?
COVERT RESOURCES IN AID OF DEMOGRAPHIC WAR. Futurist Alvin Toffler considered the national intelligence services as organizations born during the Second Wave era. After the Cold War ground to a halt in the summer of 1990, he opined that “such organizations are just as obsolete in intelligence as they are in the economy. Exactly like General Motors or IBM, the world’s major intelligence manufacturers are going through an identity crisis, desperately trying to figure out … what business they are really in. And like the corporate dinosaurs, they are being forced to question their basic missions and markets.” He revealed that …
| “… a new breed of radical critics is springing up determined not to destroy intelligence but to recast the concept in Third Wave terms. The very notion of ‘national security,’ which these institutions claimed to serve, is being broadened to include not simply military but economic, diplomatic, and even ecological components.
A former member of the NSC staff, John L Peterson says that the US should use its intelligence and its military forces “to help the world deal with problems like hunger, disaster, and pollution that can throw desperate populations into violent conflict. … As the security market moves and broadens, new ‘products’ will be required to cover new segments.” 39
The term “security market” is disturbing, considering that free market forces include supply and demand, and advertising is the art of creating a demand. This would mean, for example, that if there were no demand for arms or contraceptives, then covert operations can be used to create those demands.
The use of clandestine resources for population control today would not be as incredible to us, if we knew that since the end of the Cold War, intelligence services have found themselves in such identity doldrums and were in search of some righteous cause to support in order to justify their existence and budgets. And what better global campaign to support than environmental issues which impinge on national security? And so, today the “enemy” is no longer the USSR; it is not even Chinese communism, since the Chinese seem fast becoming more capitalist than the Trilateral Commission40 could imagine; the enemy that the intelligence community has been made to perceive is native population growth in resource-rich LDCs. Thus, NSSM 200 had, in its time, listed — in order of priority — thirteen nations as prime targets: India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Ethiopia, Mexico, Indonesia, Brazil, the Philippines, Thailand, Egypt, Turkey, Nigeria, Colombia.41
The tactic of choice that had been specified in NSSM 200 — 16 years before the collapse of Communism — was psychological warfare:
|The beliefs, ideologies and misconceptions displayed by many nations at Bucharest indicate more forcefully than ever the need for extensive education of the leaders of many governments. … Approaches for leaders of individual countries must be designed in the light of their current beliefs and to meet their special concerns|
EVOLUTION OF WARFARE AND ABUSE OF THE DOCTRINE OF NATIONAL SECURITY. National Security is a morally valid undertaking, but only when taken in the context of self-defense.1 But in a world of greed that has come to justify cut-throat competitiveness (following the tenets of economic liberalism) and has upheld the principle of “survival of the fittest” (according to social Darwinism), mankind has gone through many sad experiences of selfish aggression, which are amply recounted in the history of warfare and tyranny. The dictum that aggressors love to abuse is: “The best defense is offense”. Thus, modern governments have tended to abuse “national security” and “national defense” as the lame justifications for inflicting violence on other peoples and even among their own citizens
Foreign Relations of the United States, 1969–1976, Volume E–14, Part 1, Documents on the United Nations, 1973–1976
125. Memorandum NSC–U/DM–130A From the Chairman of the National Security Council Under Secretaries Committee (Robinson) to President Ford, Washington, July 29, 1976.1 2
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THE DEPUTY SECRETARY OF STATE
NSC UNDER SECRETARIES COMMITTEE
July 29, 1976
MEMORANDUM FOR THE PRESIDENT
Subject: First Annual Report on U.S. International Population Policy
Responsive to NSDM-314, I submit herewith the first annual report on International Population Policy, which has been prepared by the Interagency Task Force on Population Policy. The report was approved by all Members of the Under Secretaries Committee; Treasury submitted a statement of clarification, which is attached to the report.
This report develops further the general strategy set forth in NSSM-200 study (approved by NSDM-314). It underscores in particular the NSSM-200 recommendation that the President and the Secretary of State, as well as our Ambassadors and others, treat the subject of population growth as a matter of paramount importance and address it specifically in their regular contacts with leaders of other governments, particularly less developed countries (LDC‘s).
In order to maximize U.S. popular and Congressional understanding and support for our international population programs, we recommend that at a suitable time there be at least a brief public Presidential statement of our international population policy and objectives.
In the last analysis, the problem must be resolved by the countries threatened by excessive population growth. Increasingly, these problems are being met through specific measures such as better education and information programs, better outreach of family planning services and supplies, the development of more effective and acceptable means of contraception, changes in laws and policies to support family planning such as delayed marriage, and, most importantly, the improved status of women.
However, even in the aggregate, we believe that these approaches are inadequate to cope with the total problem. The report (Section II) therefore emphasizes three additional principal lines of attack that have already proved successful in several countries; and we should find ways to encourage their replication elsewhere: (a) strong direction from national and provincial leaders; (b) emphasis on community participation to root family planning in village life; and (c) integration of health, family planning, and nutrition, including training of competent multi-purpose paramedics to provide fellow villagers with family planning as well as other medical services. As for (c), Secretary Kissinger has already advocated this approach at the United Nations General Assembly Special Session last September and more recently at the Nairobi United Nations Conference on Trade and Development.
It should be emphasized that the funding levels set forth in Section VI of the attached report are illustrative only.
In the next few months as a matter of high priority, the Task Force will be directing special attention to how best to promote and strengthen effective population strategies in the key 13 countries cited in NSSM-200/NSDM-314, including our estimates of projected funding requirements. In addition, the Task Force will examine expected sources and adequacies of food, the relationship between these patterns and population growth, and implications for our population and other assistance programs. Over the longer term, the Task Force will be assisting AID‘s continuing efforts to develop and improve methods by which performance criteria for our programs in the key 13 and other countries can be utilized in the most effective and directed way.
Clearly, there is need for an expanded worldwide effort to cope with the problem. As pointed out in our assessment (Section I), excessive population growth is causing serious environmental deterioration, rising unemployment and underemployment, and a surge of humanity into cities where jobs, housing, sanitation, and other basic facilities are lacking. These overcrowded cities are spawning crime, social unrest, and potential extremism, all with serious strategic implications. Our own national security interests are ultimately affected. As nations increasingly feel the impact of excessive population growth, interest grows, and requests for assistance mount in this field. Any delays in implementing effective population programs will only make the ultimate problem far more serious and intractable. Under these circumstances, we believe there is clear justification for increased funding levels (generally as recommended in NSSM-200) which, together with anticipated increased contributions by recipient nations, other donors, and international organizations and private voluntary groups, will result in a more vigorous, effective attack on the problem.
It is specifically recommended that you:
(a) Approve the general strategy reflected in this paper, including a Presidential statement (proposed text is attached) at a suitable time, and
(b) Approve in principle an expansion of AID’s population assistance program. The attached First Annual Report (specifically in Section VI) sets forth general program directions as well as illustrative funding levels.
Charles W. Robinson
U.S. INTERNATIONAL POPULATION POLICY FIRST ANNUAL REPORT
Prepared by the INTERAGENCY TASK FORCE ON POPULATION POLICY
NSDM-314 of November 26, 1975, requires that the Chairman of the NSC Under Secretaries Committee submit annual reports, the first to be prepared within six months of the above date, on the implementation of U.S. international population policies as set forth in the Executive Summary of NSSM-200, modified by NSDM-314. The first required annual report is herewith submitted by the Interagency Task Force on Population Policy, established by the Under Secretaries Committee for the purpose of coordinating and implementing the above policy.
The first step taken by the Task Force in implementing the new Presidentially approved policies was to ensure that all responsible officials in Washington and the field were informed of the essential content of NSSM-200 and NSDM-314. It would be difficult to overstress the importance of involvement of our leaders, Ambassadors, and Country Teams in overseas population issues. In fact, this may be the most important conclusion of NSSM-200. Our officials must know about the facts of population growth and be fully persuaded of the importance of this issue. They must then find suitable occasion and discreet means to bring the message most persuasively to the attention of LDC leaders whose influence is decisive in shaping national policies and programs. Without this total involvement of our diplomacy, our efforts will fall far short of the mark.
To this end, and in order to increase U.S. popular support for involvement in international population programs, we recommend that there be at some suitable time at least a brief public Presidential statement of our international population policy and objectives.
This report is divided into six main sections, as follows:
I. The world population crisis: Its dimensions and responses by nations most affected.
II. Overall U.S. strategy and development of world commitment to population stabilization.
III. Maximizing efforts and contributions of other donors and organizations and improved coordination.
IV. Improved demographic information and data base.
Niflheim Media suggested Mesquite solar and climate alarm was eugenics and population control. People listened without yelling but we didn’t talk about it…
With an annual budget of about US$7.0 billion (fiscal year 2012), the NSF funds approximately 24% of all federally supported basic research conducted by the United States’ colleges and universities. In some fields, such as mathematics, computer science, economics, and the social sciences, the NSF is the major source of federal backing
I asked the guy sitting on the far left if computers models could predict the future. He studies cloud modeling. I said error bar for clouds is 10 w/m2 how can we detect the CO2 only effect of 1 w/m2?
Also chemtrails have no effect he said on solar power.
Also asked what is btu/acre of their solar PV and concentrated… vs. biofuels like algae and mesquite?
Jason Thompson received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Law & Society from Winona State University and the International University Of Ulaanbaatar where he studied U.S.-Mongolian Foreign Relations 1860-1920. He also attended diesel and hybrid technology programs at Hennepin Technical College in Minnesota, foreign ambassadorship courses at Soonchunhyang University in the Republic of Korea and the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea and attained a positive leadership certificate at the University for Peace in Costa Rica. He has a Master of Arts degree from University of Nevada, Las Vegas where he focused on how climate control was visually framed in the media using content analysis, enhanced weathering techniques that create power and control atmospheric carbon dioxide percentages using olivine powder and Sonics and high-energy x-ray applications. Jason has wrote for Diesel Power and The Costa Rica News. Niflheim Media Injection Services orchestrated this article:
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