Mexico Puts The Brakes On Environmentalist Start Up’s Sulfur Pollution Project

Late last year, a California company named Make Sunsets released sulfur dioxide into Earth’s atmosphere as part of a geoengineering experiment conducted in Baja California, Mexico hoping to block out the sun in hopes of eventually cooling the planet. Recently, the government of Mexico weighed in blocking the group’s efforts. The tiny startup Make Sunsets, which… Read More Mexico Puts The Brakes On Environmentalist Start Up’s Sulfur Pollution Project

Environmentalist Start-Up Pollutes Atmosphere With Sulfur Particles In Order To Cool The Planet

A California company called Make Sunsets has released sulfur dioxide into the air in order to block out the sun in hopes of eventually cooling the planet. A startup claims it has launched weather balloons that may have released reflective sulfur particles in the stratosphere, potentially crossing a controversial barrier in the field of solar… Read More Environmentalist Start-Up Pollutes Atmosphere With Sulfur Particles In Order To Cool The Planet

U.S. Postal Service To Pay Out $10 BILLION To Convert To Electric Vehicles

In order to help fight climate change, the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) is slated to pay out $9.6 billion on 66,000 electric trucks and their infrastructure. Yes, ladies and gentlemen, BILLION, and no doubt that is contingent upon them not catching fire. The United States Postal Service is aiming to acquire at least 66,000 battery… Read More U.S. Postal Service To Pay Out $10 BILLION To Convert To Electric Vehicles

U.S. Climate Czar: Country “Totally Supportive” Of Paying Climate Reparations

U.S. Climate Czar and billionaire John Kerry recently told an audience at the U.N. COP27 Summit that the United States will come up with a way to pay out billions of dollars to countries that hate America while the United States suffers for it. No accountability built-in, just give hand outs. Kerry believes Americans support… Read More U.S. Climate Czar: Country “Totally Supportive” Of Paying Climate Reparations

Delegates Arrive In 400 HUNDRED Jets For #COP27 Climate Summit In Egypt

Multiple posts on social media were critical of delegates for traveling by private jet to the United Nations’ COP27 climate summit in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt. According to AFP, a radio talk show host close to the Egyptian government boasted of the city’s airport receiving over 300 private jets. Criticisms of private jets also surged during… Read More Delegates Arrive In 400 HUNDRED Jets For #COP27 Climate Summit In Egypt

First Hurricane of the Season is Predicted To Remain in Atlantic Ocean

Axios is reporting an unusually slow hurricane season for this year that has not happened in quite a long time. However, while tropical storm Danielle recently achieved hurricane status, it is the first named hurricane since July and is expected to stay off shore, The Washington Post observes the conditions of the Danielle’s arising are… Read More First Hurricane of the Season is Predicted To Remain in Atlantic Ocean

Wow! First Time In 81 Years Not A Single Hurricane Throughout Most of July and August

It is nice when things remain nice and quiet, especially when it involves hurricanes. From CNN: It isn’t your imagination. The tropics in the Atlantic have been very quiet this year despite a forecast from NOAA and other experts forecasting an above-average season. There hasn’t been a named storm since the beginning of July, and if… Read More Wow! First Time In 81 Years Not A Single Hurricane Throughout Most of July and August

Biden Approves Of $3.5 Billion For Giant, Carbon Dioxide Sucking Vacuums

Despite the many problems at the U.S. border with Mexico, baby formula shortages, and businesses needing relief from the effect of the COVID-19 lockdowns, Biden has seen it fit to fork out $3.5 billion for so-called carbon capture technology. This despite the fact that carbon dioxide is needed for growing plants (like crops for food).… Read More Biden Approves Of $3.5 Billion For Giant, Carbon Dioxide Sucking Vacuums