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THE G7 AND DECARBONIZATION: WHAT IS REALLY GOING ON?

Many readers here have sent various articles about the recent G7 announcement out of Germany that the world's largest economies and military powers want to "decarbonize", i.e., move totally off of fossil fuels by 2100. I found the following article however, and we'll use this one for our daily dose of high octane speculation:

G7 Nations Pledge Decarbonization By 2100!

There's a story lurking in between the lines here, but in order to see it, one has to look at these lines:

"The top seven industrialized countries (Group of Seven, or G7)—whose carbon dioxide emissions total 25% of the world’s output—decided at a meeting in Germany today to phase out their use of fossil fuels by the end of this century. It’s a breakthrough move on climate change and a strong signal to the less developed world that high-income nations are stepping up their efforts, although funding efforts remain unresolved. Says the G7 communique:

'We commit to doing our part to achieve a low-carbon global economy in the long-term, including developing and deploying innovative technologies striving for a transformation of the energy sectors by 2050 and invite all countries to join us in this endeavour. To this end we also commit to develop long term national low-carbon strategies.'

"German Chancellor Angela Merkel, host of the summit near historic Garmisch-Partenkirchen, led the move toward 100% decarbonization in 2100. A stronger proposal—commitment to a low-carbon economy by 2050, which Merkel initially favored—failed because of opposition by Canada’s conservative leadership, embroiled in tar sands interests, and Japan’s energy confusion after the Fukushima meltdowns."(Italics added)

Now, all this prompts certain questions germaine - pun somewhat intended - to our daily high octane speculation: why is Germany leading this? And why a push not just for a partial "decarbonization," but for a total one? Well, believe it or not, this was a subject of this website's most recent members' vidchat, and the question there was, as here, why is Germany leading this charge? What's going on behind the scenes?

The most obvious consideration here is that such talk means there must be an alternative to the current energy and transportation systems(not to mention manufacturing and distribution), and that simply cannot be a radical expansion of standard nuclear (fission) reactors and power. This may solve the energy problem, but not the transportation problem. In other words, what this article is suggesting is that the powers that be are gearing up for the long process of introducing the new technologies - both in energy, transportation, and manufacturing - over the next few decades in a major way. The key here is energy. The transport and manufacturing revolutions we are already familiar with, as 3d printing expands, dispersed manufacturing and prototyping will dramatically reduce costs.  The key is energy, for regardless of all the other revolutions underway, one still needs an energy system that can accomplish a complete replacement for petroleum. And standard nuclear will not suffice, not the least because some nations like Japan are justifiably concerned in the wake of the Fukushima disaster.

Thus, this announcement, coming from its three major backers, the USA, France, and Germany, suggests that a much larger "game changing" technology is in the wings, not so much waiting to be developed, as waiting to be prepared for its public debut. Consider all the context for this announcement in the previous few years: the Rockefeller devesting from petroleum, DARPA's goal of USA warp capability (again, in 100 years, to my mind, not a coincidence), the NASA experiments with ion drive, EM drive, the Rossi ECAT cold fusion reactor and (as we'll see in a future blog) recent Chinese successes in the field. Something, in other words, is giving the green light to the puppet leadership of the great powers to start talking in a much more emphatic way about the decoupling from petroleum, and that can only mean that the technologies and successes we're hearing about publicly probably only reflect a fraction of hat's there.

Thus, this is not an announcement of the technology, it's an announcement that they are preparing the world for its public advent.

Which leads us to the question: why was all of this being pushed by Germany? Why make this announcement there? Germany, it will be recalled, decided years ago to move away from conventional nuclear (fission) power to "alternative energy sources," including wind and solar. But these, again, represent technologies inadequate to replace current energy needs much less supplant petroleum. So herewith my high octance speculation: Germany, since before the war, has been one of the countries most consitently interested in alternative energy sources, and along with France, Italy, and the United Kingdom, has been a major backer of "Big European Science Projects" like the Large Hadron Collider and ITER. I strongly suspect, though have no evidence, that this announcement has something to do with those projects, and with what may have already been learned in them, but which, for the moment, is being kept from the public. After all, to make too quick of an announcement, without having the financial system and surveillance system to monitor the technology (and prevent it from falling into the wrong hands) in place, then any such annoucement would be premature.

See you on the flip side...

16 thoughts on “THE G7 AND DECARBONIZATION: WHAT IS REALLY GOING ON?”

  1. Yes, a number of “impossible” energy techs are threatening the current, grid- and pipleine-based status quo, and thus in order to retain their energy stranglehold on the population, oligarch-controlled techs distributed on the same old grid model will be revealed. I’ve been following Rossi for a long time, and I don’t know if he and LENR is making the oligarchs jittery or whether some state-sponsored player is causing the change, but they are moving now to maintain the energy monopoly and prevent widespread use of non-distributed energy.

    1. With the Pope now jumping on the Bandwagon of Anthropogenic Global Warming a.k.a. Climate Change, the case for calling this a Religious Movement is closed. A religious Movement with the right to taxation. A politician’s wet dream come true…
      TSC

  2. Well wind farms and solar are not going to cut it, they are too old a technology. So we ask, what’s new in technology, well there are whispers about a lot of things, but nothing in concrete. If they are going to release some new s**t, it’s going to have to be on a “drip drip” scale.
    The “BIGGEEEE”, anti-gravity, is the game changer, because it opens up the biggest market of them all…..drum roll please….SPACE.

  3. THINGS ARE MOVING FAST – The Italian Senate has just approved a measure which could allow for bail-ins, Cyprus-style. So Max Keiser and Zero Hedge have not been far off the mark, and we’ll see how this develops.

    1. Robert Barricklow

      Too bad.
      Loved to have seen the Irish, the Greeks, & the rest of the PIGS taking a page from Iceland by jailing the kleptocratic thieves. Now the public is going to be paying off those elitist’s casino IOUs, by loading them onto the public’s shoulders, and the industrial strength injustices/suffering called austerity measures.

    2. Robert Barricklow

      …and then they[the bail-ins] come for you;
      knocking on your bank’s doors.

  4. Is this what all the war threats against Russia are about?…the emergence of a new energy paradigm?

    It’s common knowledge that great technological break throughs are often attributed to the white hot pressure of war, e.g., WWII and atomic energy. Didn’t someone once say that all the world is a stage?

  5. The recent drop in oil prices was so abrupt and so unexpected, it can signal only one thing: The Elite have gotten the word and are beginning to pile out of their oil investments. Mass exoduses like this take time, so as to not cause catastrophic disruptions to the economy. Most indispensable to this process is the unearthing of new chumps, and there is no larger group of chumps in our economy than the American middle class. Multi-level marketing is a middle class phenomenon, so look for companies like Ambit to prosper over the next few decades…

  6. Apparently the grid is here to stay. A gigantic multilevel marketing company called Ambit from Dallas is gearing up to get the upper and middle classes invested in it.

  7. marcos toledo

    I just can’t get our oligarchs obsession with a Rube Goldberg society. If they just let this technologies out of bag. They wouldn’t have to worry about the rest of us thirsting for their blood. They could enjoy all their toys in the knowledge we couldn’t care less what they do with themselves. But no it beat up abuse the rest of us and lie about everything what do these degenerates have for brains. Are their lives so shallow they have to play the game of chicken 24/7 all their existence.

  8. When the Rockefeller Trust said they were bailing on their Oil Assets and Bill Gates said he was behind LENR (Cold Fusion), I knew there had been a game changer. It appears that they’ve stolen the Ponds / Fliescher/man(sp?) Cold Fusion tech. My guess is, they’ll offer it so cheap initially, to drive all other forms of energy out of the market to obtain a total monopoly. So, mass deployments alternative energy are scheduled for termination as far as I can see. However, if people were smart, they’d start working very hard to get off and stay off the grid in more ways than one.

    My guess is there are oodles of OU and standard alternative energy applications that have be suppressed that we will never see. Because, they would lend themselves to a totally decentralized civilization.

    Note, how original inventors of Cold Fusion are never mentioned in the MSM.

    1. Robert Barricklow

      Good Points!

      [Decentralization is to the Pyramid Worshipers;
      what sunlight is to the Vampires.]

  9. Robert Barricklow

    Above All Keep the Status-Quo of the .001% over the 99.999%.
    The Pyramid Structure will not change;
    but it’s technology will.

    All in order to maintain the true “power” structure[s].

  10. It may well be that Germany has something up its sleeve but if you know Germany and Germans, this is just good politics on Merkel’s part. The Germans are strongly into environmentalism in a very earnest and serious — in a word, German — way. Everyone eats bio, everyone conscientiously recycles, and there is a profound attachment to the land.

    The Green party was a force to be reckoned with under Schroeder, and Angela is singing to the choir here — doubtless to deflect from her lackey status in international affairs.

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