CIA Contact Scared Professor About Hostile Nations Controlling Weather

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Participants of the UN Climate Change Conference COP 20 and members of YOUNGO group, with their mouths taped, take part in a protest demanding reduction in fossil fuel emissions by 2050, at the conference venue in Lima December 4, 2014. The two-week long
Participants of the UN Climate Change Conference COP 20 and members of YOUNGO group, with their mouths taped, take part in a protest demanding reduction in fossil fuel emissions by 2050, at the conference venue in Lima December 4, 2014. The two-week long UN climate summit opened on December 1 in Lima, with experts and analysts from around the world gathering to discuss melting glaciers and extreme weather patterns. YOUNGO is the youth constituency of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). The signs in different languages read, ";Don't discount my future." Reuters/Stringer

A member of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), a principal intelligence agency in the US, was worried that the hostile nations were trying hard to control the weather. A professor and environmental activist from New Jersey, Professor Alan Robock, was contacted by the agents of the organisation to voice their concerns, reported The Telegraph

Robock, professor of the Department of Environmental Sciences at Rutgers University, said that consultants who were working for the CIA contacted him to know if foreign countries had a hand in triggering floods and droughts. They also asked him that if someone was manipulating the climate, would they know about it.

Robock believed that the government agents were trying to find out if anyone could improve attempts of manipulating the climate. He told them they would because if one put enough material in the atmosphere for the sunlight to be reflected, then they could possibly detect and could also see the equipment that was laying it there.

According to Robock, large-scale weather interference had a chance of being detected and that there was no evidence that it was happening. He explained that if one was to create a cloud that was to last long enough to result in climate change, then one could detect it with the help of current instruments. 

He went on to say that they were also asking if they took control of someone else's climate, would the person or country know about it. He explained that he was scared because he had learnt about things which the CIA did that did not exactly follow the rules. He added that that wasn't how he wanted his tax money to be spent. 

At a launch of a report which looked into the possibilities of addressing climate change, Robock spoke about a process called albedo modification. A large portion of the process was funded by the CIA. The ideas which were included in the report were the creating of more clouds so that sunlight could be reflected back to space and painting the roofs white. 

Experts believed that albedo modification showed evidence of temporarily cooling the planet. They said that the process would cost an unknown environmental price. They also said that most of the plans were irrational and could result in war. They added that cutting back of greenhouse gases was a safer way of confronting climate change. 

Robock said that tension that was created by meddling in the climate could result in an all-out war. He added that if one country wanted to control the climate in a way and the other did not want it, there would be no agreement which would result in terrible consequences. 

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