Saturday, 22 September 2018

The Great Global Warming Swindle - Full Documentary HD

The Crazy Solution For Keeping The Melting Arctic Frozen | VICE on HBO

Permafrost thaw might be even more potent than we thought

Can We Terraform the Sahara to Stop Climate Change?

Can We Terraform the Sahara to Stop Climate Change?
The conclusions drawn from this film include that grass is better than leafage for solar reflection - albedo.

This ignores the fact that solar absorption by darker leaves does not result in higher temperature. The solar energy drives the photosynthetic process so much so that forests can be cool enough to attract cloud cover with producing improved albedo.

The best species for ‘carpeting’ would have to be highly prolific variants of Rhododendrons. Deciduous varieties providing nutrition for both themselves and the year-round photosynthesising evergreens.

The challenge is for irrigation to keep pace with rapid growth.

Drawing Carbon from the atmosphere has to be a priority if global cooling is to include every possible mode of operation. Time is not on our side.

Friday, 21 September 2018

Naturist and Social Nudist Women

Reversing Climate Change
               A blog to address the problems:- 
              It is open to everyone and input from Naturist and Social Nudist women would give credibility and innovation to this movement.
              It is very ambitious but at the same time simplicity itself.  It has technological challenges, but with only a couple or few decades still left to us to avoid irreversible change, these challenges must be solved, even if it meant contributions from military resources.   
             The solution hopefully would appeal to the wonderful minds of naturist women - carpeting the very centre of the worlds desserts with bushes and shrubs such as Rhododendrons, evergreen and deciduous.  
            Bushes rather than trees to produce a dark-leaf mass sooner, also to provide some habitat for the "bottom end of the food chain".
            Evergreen, to maintain photosynthesis all year round, Deciduous to put nutriment into the ground.  
            The technical problems would only arise if this simple idea gained traction and took off.
             Thanking you for your interest thus far.

Sunday, 16 September 2018

WWIV Additional Notes

Deciduous Rhododendrons would be needed along with
Evergreen varieties.  Their annual leaf fall will add nutrients
to the desert soil for both themselves and the year-round
photosynthetic shrubs.  

Being prolific species of woody plants in the heath family
(Ericaceae), either evergreen or deciduous, and found
mainly in Asia, They are literally food plants for many grubs
and insects, ie. the bottom end of the Food Chain.

Military budgets are an essential requirement to get desalinated
irrigation to such a desert carpet, and additionally to keep up
with its - hopefully - prolific spread.

It's hard to think of a more cost-effective way of hoovering up
atmospheric carbon and dumping it back into the desert ground,
given a couple of decades window of opportunity left for
stabilising the otherwise runaway climate, that is on the verge of
tipping into irreversible changes.

Wednesday, 12 September 2018


World War IV - WWIV

A military approach is called for.
All we have is a couple of decades. 
Pulling Carbon out of the atmosphere and putting it back into the ground must take on a high level of priority and operate on a massive scale.  Carpeting the centre of desserts with evergreen bushes - e.g. Rhododendron with its prolific growth rate - will provide leaf mass more quickly than trees, while creating an environment for "the bottom end of the food chain".
            The problem is in the irrigation/desalination.  Drilling for groundwater is, of course, one tactical solution, but a strategic solution requires a massive drive to pipe and pump water from the sea.  This would cover any and every situation and location.  It would require military budgets, but the situation is desperate and warrants this kind of urgency.
Rouge World leaders do present problems, but traditional Allies must work together and go for the results. All we have is just a couple of decades.

Humanity has only a handful of decades to avoid a devastating 'Hothouse ...

Reversing Global Warming

Reversing Global Warming


A Road Map for Reversing Global Warming.  

Clawing CO2 out of the atmosphere.  Putting carbon back into the ground.

CO2 remains in the atmosphere ten times longer than the fallout from Chernobyl.

Currently, ten times as much CO2 is in the atmosphere than at the time of the
previous Mass Extinction due to Climate Change.  Thus, in our time, consequences
may develop ten times more rapidly.

To reverse Global Warming, Carbon Dioxide must be extracted from the
atmosphere, while putting carbon back into the ground, to, e.g. fertilise the
worlds desserts etc.

On a Global scale, a simple biological process is the only practical solution.  
A Sustainable process of Photosynthesis together with vital irrigation and its issues
of Desalination plus the power to drive it?

Bushes not Trees, quicker growth for massive leafage and support for biodiversity,
i.e. the bottom end of the food chain.

Possible candidate: Rhododendrons; varieties with prolific growth, broad
dark _evergreen_ leaf.  Articles online (Wikipedia) indicate that the Rhodo is
extensively adapted and suitably high-yielding, so therefore suitable for genetic
engineering. Though present incarnations might be up to the task.  Furthermore,
Rhodies need good drainage, making them especially suitable for the Sahara desert.  
A soil consisting primarily of sand coupled with an abundance of desalinated irrigation
would be worth investigating as a first shot.

Issues of Desalination and Irrigation and the power driving these?

Who pays for this?
The societies putting the Carbon into the atmosphere initially might want to think about this.

How is it to be paid for?  
As the cost of energy production falls, the retail price could be maintained, thus providing a
source of revenue for this project.

Thorium fueled Molten Salt Nuclear Reactors (MSR’s) are likely to be some 10 years away:
while Fusion Reactors no doubt will eventually join the game, though perhaps not in the time
frame relevant to this project.

Meanwhile, Wind/Solar/Tidal generation will at least set up an infrastructure with which to
salinate/irrigate a “carpet for the deserts” with a proliferate evergreen bush.

During this period, pollution will be gaining:  Emissions continue to belch forth until MSRs etc. come online.  After which emissions reduce to a minimum.

At which point the Biological processes will leap ahead as MSRs provide the necessary
(clean) energy for massive Desalination and Irrigation projects.

These power sources are ten odd years down the line, just need to cope until then.

Just how long will it take to capture enough CO2 to reverse Global Warming?  

Problem of tipping the balance the other way and inadvertently bringing in an Ice Age with
consequent lowering of Sea Levels?!?!

Must be cheaper than setting up a Mars colony, or a couple or few Carrier Fleets.  

Imaginative, inventive, constructive, out_of_the_box comments are most welcome.
Never be afraid to fly a kite so as to have it shot down in a ball of flames.  The best
solutions are arrived at in these sort of ways.

The Last Hours of Humanity - Warming the World to Extinction

How to green the world's deserts and reverse climate change

How one man created a forest in a cold desert

Can sheep save the planet? Yes - says Allan Savory!

earthrise - Reforestation in the Sahara & Six-Legged Meat

Amazing! People in China and Other Countries Are Turning Desert Into Oasis!
Deserts Turn Into Forest

Rotational Grazing Cows in INSANELY Tall Grass!

Gaining Ground: Successful Graziers Tell Their Stories

Holistic Management by Allan Savory

Planting the desert with Dubai Municipality using Groasis Technology to
combat desertification

Running out of Time | Documentary on Holistic Management

Study suggests Earth may enter Hothouse Climate State

Hothouse Earth Researchers explain Climate Threshold

Africa is splitting apart! 'Dabbahu fissure' Ethiopia

Regreening the planet - VPRO documentary - 2014

Gulf Stream Slowdown may lead to hot European summer

In 10-15 Years World May Hit 2°C of Warming

Humanity has only a handful of decades to avoid a devastating 'Hothouse Earth.'

Dutch scientists close to 'breakthrough' method of growing crops in deserts

Arirang Special(Ep.308) Planting Seeds in the Land of Death _ Full Episode

The social experiment of African refugees in outback Australia

Is the Gulf Stream System Slowing? – the Earth101 lecture

Monday, 10 September 2018

At the very centre of the Worlds Desserts:

At the very centre of the Worlds Desserts:
Clawing CO2 out of the atmosphere:
Putting carbon back into the ground.

Researchers are telling us that we only have a couple of decades to reverse Climate Change
if we are to avoid “tipping” into a “hostile” planet of ever increasing weather extremes,
with all that goes along with it.  Several tipping factors are described, any one of which could
cause the others also to tip in a “domino” effect. Ocean acidification and subsequent
decline of floral plankton, the planet's lungs, in an era of affordable and reliable chainsaws:
the result of CO2 absorption.
Hothouse Earth Researchers explain Climate Threshold:-

Elsewhere, others point out that we have ten times the level of atmospheric
carbon than was present at the previous hot house mass extinction.
Busting Climate Change Myths | Answers With Joe
Climate change is already irreversible

The solution offered here would consist of laying a carpet of evergreen bushes, eg,
Rhododendrons, etc. at the very centre of the world's major deserts, letting them
spread prolifically whilst supporting biodiversity - the bottom end of the food change.

The principal problem, of course, being irrigation and almost certainly desalination.  
The power needed to purify, pipe and pump water these enormous distances could
initially come from Renewable Energy Sources.  Later, Thorium Molten Salt Reactors
will become available. The costs would be less than a Mars colony or a couple or few Navy carrier fleets. Particularly since the US army had already installed a nuclear
power plant under the ice sheet in Greenland in the 1960's - in total secrecy.

We also have reports of promising solutions involving grazing desserts around their edges,
How to green the world's deserts and reverse climate change
China Invents Paste To Make Sand Fertile
But will these in and of themselves be enough to avert the onset of a hostile planet?