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Sprayed Aerosols Could Ease Climate Woes
09-28-2009, 12:19 PM, (This post was last modified: 09-28-2009, 12:20 PM by hilly7.)
Sprayed Aerosols Could Ease Climate Woes
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Quote:Editors decide what journalists articles will get published and the owners of corporate media decide who will be editors. Woe betide the editor who doesn't toe the corporate line.
That's always been true from WAY back.

It still doesn't MAKE journalists PART of a "conspiracy".

If you want to OBSERVE the difference you only have to compare EARLY MORNING breaking news with the LATE EVENING news.

It's as plain as a pikestaff.



It means journalists have to tailor their wares to suit the editors who have to oversee the journalists to ensure that the global corporate mafias agenda is augmented by or unaffected by what is published. If anything detrimental must be published then obfuscation must take place.

I believe this is the correct answer. Spot on JR, so I can't add to this. Icosaface, excellent.
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10-01-2009, 09:51 AM, (This post was last modified: 10-01-2009, 09:59 AM by JazzRoc.)
Sprayed Aerosols Could Ease Climate Woes
Quote:JR - Ah, one more avenue we disagree with on. You are not the enemy, or at least I don't view you as one. I don't speak with an enemy.

Now, whatever goes up must come down. We agree on that one, and actually the galactic plane ( too long to accurately know the effects). Now 10 years though? My Saint Helen eruption I think stayed 5 years (not really that important point though) but particles that went up came down, some within days.

Your turn.:D
Particulates came down in two years. Sulfates escaped into the stratosphere, returning to normal much later.

Ten years is a bit of a guess, not a fact, but the higher up the atmosphere such material is, the slower the vectors, so such returns tend to be asymptotic in nature.

Some sulfur dioxide will be blown away by the solar wind.

Atmospheric physics and chemistry are still new disciplines, and the upper atmosphere was until recently difficult to explore. I haven't had the time to do much research in this direction, except to gain a better understanding of the troposphere and stratosphere to do battle with the 'chemtrail' theory.
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