Published on Apr 4, 2013 GeoengineeringWatch.org
“The Venus syndrome is the greatest threat to the planet, to humanity’s continuing existence… In my opinion, if we burn all the coal, there is a good chance we will initiate the runaway greenhouse effect. If we also burn all the tar sands and tar shale (aka oil shale), I think it is a dead certainty.” – Dr. James Hansen, NASA climatologist
“Venus syndrome” is not a metaphor, it is a scientific scenario described by none other than climate scientist, James Hansen.
Although Hansen was speaking in the context of the continued burning of coal, the environmental damage from Chemtrails and climate modification are threatening to release arctic methane in such large volumes as to precipitate the Venus Syndrome long before the coal is burned.
Venus syndrome is a scenario in which climate and atmospheric feedback loops are triggered that can’t be switched off. Under this scenario, as greenhouse gasses build up, and cause planetary warming, yet more greenhouse gasses are released which causes still more warming. This trajectory does not end in a balmy tropical resort Earth, but rather a planet that is closer to hell. Like Venus, Earth would become a pressure cooking inferno with virtually no life.
There are a great many contributing factors already pushing Earth toward this scenario, but one stands out above the rest. Based on all available data, if the ongoing global geoengineering programs are allowed to continue, “Venus syndrome” will be the likely end result for our planet, and sooner than almost any can imagine. Any that confuse this information with the rhetoric and hypocrisy of Al Gore and his carbon credit scams is making a mistake. What we face is real and has little to do the long list of self proclaimed “environmentalists” and “environmental” groups who have all chosen to turn a blind eye to the most dire and immediate challenge faced by all life on Earth short of nuclear catastrophe, global aerosol geoengineering. Continue