Bill Vander Zalm suspects Canadian government is geo-engineering climate

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      Environment Canada is conducting simulated geo-engineering experiments to control climate change.

      Federal government documents received by former B.C. premier Bill Vander Zalm through a freedom of information request define geo-engineering as the modification of Earth systems.

      “This approach is increasingly discussed in the scientific and policy communities because global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions continue to grow while science is converging on the need to reduce such emissions immediately in order to limit global warming to 2 [degrees Celsius] above pre-industrial levels (i.e. Copenhagen Accord),” states a 2012 Environment Canada briefing paper.

      The document notes that geo-engineering methods are classified into two groups: solar radiation management, and carbon dioxide removal from the atmosphere.

      It also indicates that government scientists are involved in the internationally-coordinated Geo-Engineering Model Intercomparison Project or GeoMIP. The modeling program seeks to improve understanding of the “efficacy and unintended consequences” of solar radiation management.

      The briefing paper was prepared in advance of a top-level inter-agency meeting convened by Environment Canada to discuss matters about geo-engineering options to address climate change.

      A Natural Resources Canada memorandum notes that among those scheduled to attend were Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s national security advisor Stephen Rigby, and Richard Fadden, who was at that time director of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service.

      A slide presentation by Environment Canada reveals that the department has undertaken “two types of experiments”. One simulates the reduction of incoming solar radiation, and another in which “aerosols are injected into the stratosphere”.

      Environment Canada didn’t grant the Straight an interview. Spokesperson Danny Kingsberry stressed via email that the department conducts only computer simulations, and not field experiments, as part of its ongoing participation with GeoMIP.

      Last summer, Vander Zalm requested information on climate-control engineering being done by the government. Many suspect that cloud-like streams left by airplanes are chemical trails, or “chemtrails” that contain unknown substances used to alter the weather.

      The former B.C. premier received 47 pages of documents from the federal government. Six pages were blank, and 10 pages had some portions blacked out.

      The retired politician said that the papers prove that Canada is into geo-engineering. “There’s no doubt about it,” Vander Zalm told the Straight by phone. “As to what extent and what they’re spending and where they’re doing it, we don’t know exactly.”

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      noknok

      May 21, 2014 at 6:15pm

      Bill is trapped somewhere between coast-to-coast am and the twilight zone.

      Bruther

      May 21, 2014 at 8:40pm

      Why are people still reporting on what Vander Zalm thinks? Is there any doubt left he's a complete idiot?

      Sylvan

      May 21, 2014 at 8:46pm

      Cuckoo! Cuckoo! Cuckoo!

      T-bone Stallone

      May 21, 2014 at 10:02pm

      With a last name like Vander Zalm do you really expect anything less than a complete whack-job? Sounds like a movie title "Dr. Vander Zalm's Island..."

      JT

      May 22, 2014 at 1:02am

      Finally!! Someone is speaking out about this! There doing it in just about every country and have been for sometime now. There destroying the earth and every living thing on it. I am so glad someone is listening and speaking out at last. Bless you

      kellie

      May 22, 2014 at 6:20am

      I Love you Mr Vander Zalm , of course they are playing with our weather , but the scary part is
      there hiding it ,

      kelly

      Evil Eye

      May 22, 2014 at 6:30am

      Chem trails - er no folks they are contrails or condensation trails are made by water vapor from airplane engines, though there is some truth in the term chem trails, but in the 50's and 60's.

      In the 1950's and later, the USA and many other countries experimented with "zip fuels" or fuels that were a blend of aviation fuel and chemical additives to create more thrust. Many of these chemical additives were decidedly dangerous, such as hydrogen peroxide.

      In the 50's and 60's experimental jet aircraft had chemical vapor mixed in with water vapor and were indeed dangerous chem-trail, but oh so very few aircraft were fueled with "zip fuels".

      ACMESalesRep

      May 22, 2014 at 8:17am

      “Many suspect that cloud-like streams left by airplanes are chemical trails, or ‘chemtrails’ that contain unknown substances used to alter the weather.”

      We call these people “crackpots”. Not only is there no evidence to support their claims, but they ignore the simple fact that airplane engines produce water vapour as a product of combustion. That's what condenses out to form vapour trails at high altitudes.

      Relic from the past.

      May 22, 2014 at 9:25am

      I can't believe you guys would publish anything from this guy. The HST fuck up, Smart Meters 'they will know what you're eating and turn off your stove if they don't like it', and now Chem trails?
      Who pays attention to this whack job?

      Judy Cross

      May 22, 2014 at 9:26am

      I can't help but think there is another reason for smearing our skies with aluminum and barium. I think "global warming" is the excuse used to cover something far more sinister and very military.

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