Yes,  you read that headline correctly. Antarctica needs more snow, according to the following article spotted and shared by "D", and by golly, the geoengineers want to provide it, all 7,400 gigatons of it:

Scientists propose dumping 7,400 gigatons of 'artificial snow' on Antarctica

Now, if you read this thing, you're probably scratching your head like I am, and wondering if it could possibly become any loopier than it already is. The coming-ice-age-global-warming-climate-change folks have been out in force in the last few decades, warning about rising sea levels and the threat they pose to places like Miami and New York City, unaccustomed as they are to negotiating life in cities built in water, unlike Venice, or for that matter, Amsterdam. But if you're like me, you're thinking there's something wrong with the following:

What can we do to stop Antarctica's ice sheets from disintegrating and causing a huge rise in global sea levels? A trio of scientists have simulated a radical geoengineering project to dump 7.4 trillion tons of snow on Antarctica, suggesting it could stop runaway instability in the glaciers.

Recent studies have shown warmer ocean water is being pushed toward the colossal West Antarctic ice sheet, destabilizing it and speeding up the decline of its huge glaciers. The threat of these huge ice deposits falling into the ocean is immense and the overall effect of their decline has been calculated to eventually raise sea levels by approximately 10 feet (3 meters) or more, endangering cities like New York.


Mostly, the problem lies in pumping the water out of the ocean, which requires an enormous amount of energy. The study suggests constructing a series of 12,000 wind turbines to enable this process to take place and then pumping artificial snow into two glaciers on the West Antarctic coast. The team suggest that activity would result in a 2 to 5 centimeter drop in sea level but the added weight of artificial snow falling on the surface would shore up the glaciers, improving their stability.


What we do know is the Earth's current default state: Burning fossil fuels and pumping tons of carbon into the atmosphere, warming the planet and causing sweeping changes like threatening a million species with extinction or, you know, the ice sheets melting. Considering the possibility of salvation in artificial Antarctic snow might be jumping a little far ahead.

Now, wait a minute: we're supposed to spend enormous amounts of money burning lots of fossil fuels to pump lots of water to turn into snow to dump on Antarctica to prevent climate change from melting the Antarctic glaciers and creating rising sea levels to flood New York City while said activity contributes to the very climate change we're supposed to be combatting...


I don't know about you but that bit of gerbil-in-a-flywheel-reasoning seems a bit, well, uhm... circular? Now, assuming that these people know what they're talking about (and let's remember, they've gone from the "coming ice age" folks in the '70s, the "global warming" goblins of the '80s and '90s, and are now covering all bets by talking about 'climate change', with computer-generated models spreading the "model of the decade" all along the way), it strikes me as exceedingly interesting, if not a bit ironic, that those who claim to be concerned about "the planet" are the ones willing to conduct continent-wide experiments that would have an effect on the whole planet, without really being certain of the outcome, since (according to them) such experiments haven't really been tried before. (Or have they? We'll get back to that in a moment.) It's a bit like listening to the people who shriek and scream about protecting children while they applaud abortion.

It's that final statement that I cited in the quotation above, though, that really gets me, the one about "the Earth's current default state", which is a repetition of the usual "burning fossil fuels and pumping tons of carbon into the atmosphere" meme, which is running neck-and-neck with the flatulence meme as a cause for "climate concern". The problem here is, that may very well be true from a scientific standpoint, but we'll never know, because the "control group" (the Earth) has been subject to the very deliberate, and mostly very covert, weather and geophysics experiment of a wholly different sort in recent decades, that of pumping and dumping and spraying heavy metals of a very different sort into the atmosphere, from aluminum, to barium... you name it, all in an effort to improve electrical conductivity of the atmosphere. Oh, and let's not leave out the other major ozonifier: ionospheric heaters, and so on. No studies as far as I'm aware have been done of potential climate effects of those technologies, and for good reason: "they" want to blame it on "us", tax "us" for it and make "us" pay for what "they" are doing. Or to put it differently, the "coming-ice-age-global-warming-climate-change" memes began to be "pushed" at approximately the same time those geophysical engineering technologies came on line and began to be used in a major way. Yea, that's a high octane speculation. And yes, I'm sticking with it.

One reason I'm sticking with it is because I watched a documentary years ago about one of those ionospheric heaters, HAARP, during which one of the people involved with the project cites the military's "environmental impact study" of the technology, a study concluding, of course, that such effects would be minimal and nothing to be concerned about, while the very patents behind the device talked about significant weather modification capabilities for use in "missile defense." (Actually, it was much worse, because as the clearly uncomfortable scientist was dodging and evading the issue and citing the "environmental impact study", he professed to know nothing about the claims of the patent of the very technology he was operating, but I digress).

So, no, I'm not willing to give up driving my car, nor eating beans, until the major media and technocrats come clean on what probably are the real causes: weaponized geophysical technologies, because until those technologies and their capabilities are openly integrated into the discussion of climate change any talk about the subject is merely its own kind of flatulence.

See you on the flip side...





  1. Finally stopped shaking one’s head to try and focus beyond the self-inflicted dizziness caused by the shaking some of those think tank specialists nearly always bring on with their high-mindedness. Not onboard with those folks on a sinking ship headed for rocky shoals. What triggered their synaptic activity remains an elusive causality. Fossil fuel this, fossil fuel that. Did one mention their this’n’that of fossil fuels? Their flip-flopping for causality nearly always reminds one of that Donavon song that goes, . . “first, there is a mountain, then there is no mountain, then there is.”. . Not to be misunderstood but reducing wasteful fossil fuel use Is in everyone’s best interest just for the sake of conserving resources. One adheres to those 4R’s of conservation regularly because of the savings in limited funds it allows. Reduce-Reuse-Refuse (or reject resource wasteful products)-Recycle. Still one of those require an initial energy input associated with those conservation measures suggested. Namely recycling. Each individual is able and can participate in those goals in the here’n’now without Green Deal thieves ripping one off with their high-minded air headedness that ought to power a farm of wind turbines instead of the wastefulness they generate daily with their blow horns or others trying to snowcap the Antarctic Continent overnight with a frozen relocated portion of the southern Pacific. It sounds like someone went crazy while learning how to use a Casio calculator. Casio makes a lot of very capable scientific calculators. One has a few that use lightbulb light for an energy source so one actually reuses lightbulb-light. Perhaps they should try a slide rule, it will focus the thoughts more deliberately as they keep their fingers busy.

    Speaking of mountains, there are quite a few volcanic mountains responsible for intermittent cooling of planet Earth for several years and possibly, warming (those underwater heating ocean currents when they erupt with pyroclastic emissions). One of them was Mount Pinatubo on the island of Luzon, Philippines, in 1991. One was on the receiving end of inbound patients that survived that were evacuated from the areas of the ash plums that covered the islands. Nasty business. The ash particulates were so fine that it circled the planet a few times, got into the lungs of those on Luzon the easy way but was also absorbed through the normal gas exchanging alveoli of the lungs (microscopic air sacs responsible for gas exchange of O2 and CO2) and traveled through the blood stream literally cutting body tissues of all sorts along the way as it circulated in the affected person arteries and veins. That ash was formed of microscopic glass-like shards due to the nature of that pyroclastic activity. One caught a glimpse of what any ancient air breathing life forms caught in the ash clouds might have endured. Big brutes of the times might been durable on the outside but their delicate innards, lungs, and blood vessels were not.

    This malleable blob of shifting, recycling, and leaking liquid rock humankind calls home likely has many more surprises yet to be recorded. However, to their credit, making note of shifting land and frozen water masses as well as re-shifting land and re-freezing water are important clues about the rest of this shifting blob called Earth. Greenland is also a place of shifting land masses and ice that affects the nearby submerged North Atlantic Rift Valley Ridge that surfaces in Iceland. Why not start there since it was recognized first as melting.

    It may be better to move forward and move away from shorelines that now seem a poor choice for settlements since the possibility of water encroachment did not occur to those early settlers and their tree felling industrialization. That sounds easy but not with multiple millions on coastal regions currently affected by storm surge and higher tides. The mention of sinking land masses adjacent to seas should also be entered for review as they move, too, sometimes up into mountain ranges and sometimes sliding into the seas after sudden tectonic movements. Migrations from coastal regions has already begun. One thing for certain is that geology, often times slow, continues to change with periodic suddenness, but change it does and for all intents and purposes has never been the same throughout its repurposed and malleable semi firmness.

    The volcanic mountains underwater rarely get press time when those climateers bellow in the winds with some of their illinformed noise. There is No correct climate that can be documented despite hints of large-scale shifts in ice cores and rock strata. It seems the best that science can do is to continue to gather running tallies of a multitude of effects that nearly always seem incomplete as more observations are gathered. For instance, in 2012, under the Pacific Ocean there was a massive-in-size eruption the size of Pinatubo, possibly larger in that it created a pumice raft of rapidly solidified pyroclastic volcanic emissions near Tonga (there-abouts) the size of one of the smaller eastern seaboard US states. Underwater, heated water volumes and ocean currents in the Pacific still seem to be playing out. Antarctica has several submerged volcanoes under its frozen ice not to mention the one under the fastest melting Antarctic glacier. Those science folks planning a major snowfall event onto Antarctica probably need to simultaneously come up with a volcano plug or two and a few more, too. Not sure what they will concoct for when any major undersea fracture begins to separate and leak multiple inches to feet per year. One can see such oozing and leaking of lava above sea level in a few places, but not so much thousands of feet below the surface.

  2. Last I heard, the ice sheets in East Antarctica have actually been growing and thickening in the past decade. West Antarctica is where most human habitation and research has been going on. How much heat has LOCAL human activity contributed to the region? Enough to loosen the already precarious ice shelf? It’s like an observer effect gone mad – go the Ross Ice Shelf to observe “climate change” and change the climate because you have gone there to observe it!

  3. I worry about the nanoparticles also distributed thru the insidious weather modification program. Too many are on all sorts of bandwagons due to 5-minutes to midnight (insert your favorite problem-reaction-solution obsession).

    Seems 4G already done a wonderful job in the programming department. In a lot of aspects, I find the world around me strange and hold my breath for how strange it is going to be when 5G unrolles.

    And then again maybe not due to too busy trying not to get programmed! Keeping one step ahead is tedous and more difficult every time time takes a ticktok!

    1. Life is swimming in these poisons; in the water, the air we breath, the food we eat, by the wifi that bombards us from all sides – from the macro scale to the micro scale.
      Why worry about being invaded?
      The invasion began long, long, ago.
      It’s just been getting more intense and magnified.
      I just wonder how far up the food/kill chains it goes; because who can escape it?
      Or; more precisely, can humans survive it?

  4. You can just use a few hundred of the ‘new’ Russian floating nuclear power plants. What could possibly go wrong?

    Promo Alert, Jim Stone’s new newsletter (subscribe by any donation – though check his site @ for when the Paypal window of opportunity opens.) covered sea level rise and Atlantis, and that City in the Carribean that is 900 meters under water, did some rough calculations of how thick an ice sheet over 70% of the land would lower sea levels, and it was in that order).
    Wonder if the Pyramid Death Star’s can work under water? or ice?
    Note: how many of those who chose to label ‘chemtrail’ watchers as conspiracy theorists now stop to ponder their near absence over this east coast of Australia the last year or so?

  5. I did not consent. I am not to blame. When it goes wrong, I prefer the truth over some wild boy who cried wolf stories about how whatever goes wrong is actually and enhancement or a good form of evolution – like they’re marketing for autism in the latest “The Predator” where they characterize autism as a good thing.

  6. Now that FASAB 56 is now officially enshrined as federal economic policy they have the capability to do whatsoever they wilt to deal with the problem as they define it. What better way to assert their mastery of weather control mechanisms than in a public display of their godlike powers for human consumption with commensurate sacrifices for the common, corporate good! I’m not amused. I’m not surprised. I’m not in agreement with this policy.

  7. Just some thoughts:

    Been reading “The Atlantis Blueprint” by Rand Flem-Ath and Colin Wilson. It puts forward the idea that Atlantis was in Antarctica, and that the Earth was subject to “crustal displacement” disasters in the past, and maybe in the future. It builds on the ideas of Charles Hapgood who published the book “Maps of the Ancient Sea Kings”, and was a proponent of the idea that the Earth’s crust can ‘slip’ now and again creating all sorts of chaos. One of his ideas for the movement was to do with ice build up in Antarctica, and that it would cause an instability in the Earth’s rotation (paraphrasing greatly, here) which would cause the crust to move like a rug in a washing machine, and move entire land masses to other parts of the globe (paraphrasing again, greatly).

    So my thought is this. Why on earth would you want to add lots more snow to a place that (1) is full of snow and ice, anyway, and (2) could conceivably cause a catastrophe that we haven’t seen in modern times killing many people in the process …

    Scientists … i don’t know … they’ll be trying to set off nukes in the atmosphere next … blimey etc …

  8. NO you are not high octane at all. The term Climate change came into existence at the very time they ramped up The spraying or stratospheric aerosol injection, because i think they knew in advance the havoc they were about to cause. As for artificially created snow they are already regularly creating snow and hail all over the world with patented processes of chemical ice nucleation for weather modification. Thus we are having snow storms at 40 to 50 degrees. And these “scientists” are so coy about saying oh gee maybe we need to geoengineer the planet to keep it from getting too warm. It’s a straight out lie. the climate engineering card was played in 1947, which is very clearly outlined in a 750 page senate document from 1978.

  9. I’d like to add to this, 2+ years ago when the site
    was still active it led me some research and found old NOAA flight patterns for observation / data collecting planes. Standard grid, box, triangle and cross (x) patterns . Similar to what we see with geoengineering skylines. Probably the only regret I have in life was deleting those files. They weren’t classified but not meant to be publicly available on their site.

  10. They probably need all that ice to raise the sea levels. As water expands by 9% when it freezes we should be seeing lower sea levels when the ice melts.

  11. Are “they” are trapped w/in their own knowledged-based bubble? Or, are they’re w/holding key information?
    Surely, they’re not as dumbed-down as their ever-growing debt-based economic compound interest system? Surely, they know their economic system only works for the few; and, is destroying the living Earth. Surely, their science systems aren’t as bad as their economic systems? Or, are both based upon deceit & deception? Both pseudo; like those that pseudo humans they employ?

      1. Perhaps that’s the way to the top of the heap.
        The qualifier being you’d want to be there in the first place. The question begs the answer. In other words, those at the top, where qualified by their very nature. A nature that is easily manipulated and controlled.
        Sub human?

  12. Deceptive means is completely natural, compared to the concept of honor, that is a cultural construction. Hunter deceives his prey, that attempts to avoid being dinner.

    Honor – in its pure form – is a consequence of Druidic clearing spaces, that no longer exist culturally. When everybody deceives everybody, lying becomes a natural thing to do.

    When Americans speak of rabid narcissism, they are pointing finger at deception, by means of deception. The consequence of revolutionary act of killing one’s European forefathers, is a quagmire of lies.

  13. As Goshawks says West Antarctica ice is largely floating. And there’s volcanoes in them thar mountains too.
    When over time (a long time) the magnetic pole oscillations stabilize, we could well see changes in snow cover down there.
    If we didn’t know that these “experts” are basically spoofing us, getting grants for their unwanted research (and maybe for OTHER research they aren’t mentioning), we might say that somebody would dearly like more snow to cover up things…. “whiting out” those Gogol (pun intended) Earth images is so tiresome.

  14. Thoughts brought-up by the article:

    (a) As I have mentioned before, our planet is actually on the cusp of entering a looong Ice Age. We have documented proof of repetitive 100,000-year-long Ice Ages, with short 10,000-year-long Interglacial Periods between them. (And this is due to orbital variations; nothing to do with humans.) Plus, we have mounds of data that the last Ice Age ended 10-12,000 years ago (depending on source). So, we are due or overdue. In fact, mankind’s dumping of heat into the atmosphere may be the only thing forestalling entry into the next Ice Age. In this sense, heat is a good thing. We just have to ‘match’ heat drop-off with heat put-in…

    (b) West Antarctica’s at-risk ice packs are largely floating ice. Their melting would do nothing to raise sea level. If you melted-off East Antarctica’s on-land ice packs, that would be another story…

    (c) Researchers know that planets tend to want to stabilize themselves. (Think of it like a top or gyro adjusting.) Place a heavy load off-center near the north or south pole of a revolving planet. The planet will increasingly ‘wobble’, until the heavy load is spinning near the equator. We do not know whether this would be a crustal-slip (over the mantle) or an Earth-wide movement. In effect, the planet trades potential energy (heavy load at the pole) for kinetic energy (slowing down as the load moves to the equator; like a spinning ice-skater opening their arms). Angular momentum is conserved. So, “dumping 7.4 trillion tons of snow on Antarctica” – unless it was perfectly centered on Earth’s rotation axis – could induce a planetary ‘wobble’…

    1. Wise words Goshawks. Since we don’t have the Earth’s “owner’s manual” ANY action we Humans take on a global basis to “cure” climate change may have unintended (and tragic) results!
      Seems to me that Earth has done a pretty good job of resolving its own problems over the past billions of years w/o our help!

    2. This comment brings a bit more value to my Weight Displacement theory. How human activity on and in the planet may affect it’s current stability. Like you said, too much weight off center could cause a wobble.

    3. They don’t seem to have taken into account the active volcano under Antarctica, and the hundered more they have found which they are uncertain are active or not.
      Active volcano discovered beneath Antarctic ice sheet could be contributing to rapidly melting glacier
      Almost 100 volcanoes have been newly identified beneath the ice covering West Antarctica. It’s not yet known whether they’re active

      So what good is it going to do dumping gigatons of snow? Seems crazy to me.

    4. I agree goshawks. They also don’t seem to have taken into account the active volcano under Antarctica, and the hundered more they have found which they are uncertain are active or not.
      Active volcano discovered beneath Antarctic ice sheet could be contributing to rapidly melting glacier
      Almost 100 volcanoes have been newly identified beneath the ice covering West Antarctica. It’s not yet known whether they’re active

      So what good is it going to do dumping gigatons of snow? Seems crazy to me

  15. Flatulence indeed. Something struck me right away about the ‘plan’…upside-down as usual….Snow is an excellent insulation…as i understand it, much of the melting is geo-thermal and coming from beneath….so the ‘plan’ would in fact accelerate the very thing they say their addressing….. SSDD for the PTSB.

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