Climate Engineering with Aerosols–Predictable Consequences? + Scientific Gag Orders

Looks like a blog worth watching. This specific post touches on a range of pertinent issues – at least it’s a starting point for reading, if perhaps a little conspiracy-theory. And hey – sometimes conspiracies are real. 🙂

Weird Weather

This is a fascinating video presentation by David Battisti, University of Washington (http://www.atmos.washington.edu/~david/), via MIT TechTV. Other videos on the subject available on site:

Climate Engineering with Aerosols–Predictable Consequences?

http://video.mit.edu/watch/climate-engineering-with-aerosols-predictable-consequences-4829/

Listen carefully, at one point he mentions that there are results he cannot yet disclose without ‘permissions.’ This leads me to conclude that he is referring to a serious problem that is happening in scientific communities, re: ‘gag orders.’

http://www.scienceuncensored.ca/

“Yet journalists now find that their questions to scientists are being rerouted to the government’s media relations team. Often, journalists’ questions are as basic as asking what a scientific term means, or what the purpose of a study was. We’re not talking about matters of national security. Scientists aren’t even allowed to answer questions on topics such as snowfall patterns4 or bison genes.

There have been numerous examples of scientists being prohibited from publicly discussing their peer-reviewed science

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