http://www.solaerotech.com/ or pomegranates? I’d rather just talk about pomegranates…
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On 15 September, President Clinton announced the release of a clutch of previously classified photographs that will help researchers establish baseline data on the antarctic environment (www.nsf.gov/od/opp/antarctic/imageset/satellite/start.htm). The seven pictures, taken in 1975 and 1980, offer sufficiently good resolution and digital elevation data, for example, to track the apparent rise in the levels of glacier-fed lakes in the Dry Valleys region. The effort has been championed by Vice President Al Gore, who as a U.S. senator set the bureaucratic wheels in motion. But an unsung panel of scientists called the Medea Committee has done most of the heavy lifting.
This image and others were released for public use on 15 September 1999 under a cooperative project of the National Science Foundation, the National Imagery and Mapping Agency, and the DCI Environmental Center. The main image (scale: 1:300,000) shows the McMurdo Dry Valleys, in the Transantarctic Mountains. The inset (scale: 1:50,000) shows the eastern end of Lake Bonney and vicinity in the Taylor Valley.
The McMurdo Dry Valleys Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER) site, one of 21 sites comprising the NSF-supported LTER network (see http://lternet.edu), is a cold desert terrestrial and aquatic ecosystem. The Dry Valleys form the largest relatively ice-free area in Antarctica (approximately 4,800 square kilometers within a 75 x 60 kilometer region).
Recognizing the unique contribution that U.S. photoreconnaissance systems could make to the environmental understanding gained through this research, the Director of the National Imagery and Mapping Agency, Lieutenant General James C. King, has approved the release of this image product created from still-classified imagery. The image product is an important data source to further scientific research and to enhance understanding of life in this extreme environment. The data, collected by the classified system in 1975 and 1980, provide the earliest available high-resolution regional coverage of the McMurdo Dry Valleys.
Climate change and national security are intimately connected and are literally the same programs. A wolf in sheep’s clothing as the Fabian logo.
For example NSSM 200.
This perennial relationship between climate control and the military continued into the 90’s as Al Gore’s campaign against the greenhouse effect and climate change was helped with top-secret scientific visuals released by Medea, a U.S. military committee 9 .
Update: It wasn’t Al Gore’s campaign…both right and left and deep state/secret to you society’s involved.
Although the war metaphor is common and used to frame other issues such as cancer, poverty, drugs, and crime when considering climate control it contains a deeper literal connection that the other issues may or may not have as well.
9 The MEDEA program was the “first post Cold War review of National Security Systems, Data and Archives
The goal of the releasing of these images was to help climate scientists better observe the catastrophic effects of climate change and to convince the public of the seriousness when it came to lowering carbon dioxide concentrations in the atmosphere immediately (Mervis, 1999).
Without the military research from the likes of JASON and other Dr. Strangelove-like scientists from the Cold War and the more modern version being the geophysical scientists who originated from the military as described by Vannevar Bush’s book Science: The Endless Frontier climate control would have stayed in the Cli-Fi and religious genres.11 For better or worse this close relationship between science and the military should surface in the visuals of climate control as a frame.
Without the military via elite groups like JASON and Medea climate change and its Janus twin climate control and its love child geoengineering would have gone possibly undiscovered and un….. read more at
Mervis, J. (1999). Panel of scientists helps open lid on secret images. Science, 286(5437), 34-34.
Does Al Gore have a connection with the military Industrial Complex?
Yes check out this article about his Dad:
DEHUMANIZE A BELT across the Korean Peninsula by surface radiological contamination … broadcast the fact to the enemy, with ample and particular notice that entrance into the belt would mean certain death or slow deformity to all foot soldiers; that all vehicles, weapons, food, apparel entering the belt would become poisoned with radioactivity, and, further, that the belt would be regularly recontaminated until such time as a satisfactory solution to the whole Korean problem shall have been reached. This … would be, I believe, morally justifiable under the circumstances.”
“No, it’s not an exclusive extract from the Trump Administration’s plan for nuclear war in North Korea. It’s the advice of Democratic Senator Al Gore Sr, father of the future Vice President and environmental campaigner, to President Truman in 1951 at the height of the Korean War.”
Crazy thought: We created North Korea to bomb them a created enemy. Just like Japan. All their weapons are from us. See Jacob Schiff financing around 1904. Sversky planes in 1938. DPRK flag is like USA. All their leaders trained in western schools. Don’t get along with communist neighbors. A hidden base in plain site like Israel and Panama.
In retirement King has continued to work in defense and intelligence related industries. In 2005, he was named as the Chief Executive of MZM, Inc. at a time when it had come under serious scrutiny in what became the Cunningham scandal. MZM was renamed Athena Innovative Solutions, eventually coming under the ownership of Veritas Capital. King stayed on as Chief Executive Officer at Athena. Athena was bought by CACI in 2007.
He released the images to Gore.
Jason Thompson received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Law & Society from Winona State University where he studied U.S.-Mongolian Foreign Relations 1860-1920. He also attended programs at Hennepin Technical College in Minnesota, Soonchunhyang University in the Republic of Korea and 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 climate control and high-energy x-ray applications. Jason has wrote for Diesel Power and The Costa Rica News.
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