Climatic changes

No Natural Weather

Author: WeatherWar 101

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Category: Climatic changes

Page: 35

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Once upon a time, all over the world, we saw fluffy white clouds in a blue sky. Today we see white lines and streaks, and many of us, in many countries, live under a layer of white haze. Children no longer know what real clouds look like, as the three basic cloud types are no longer seen. Remember the high-altitude cirrus, feathery and white, made of ice crystals? I have not seen real cirrus clouds for 15 years. What occurs now is what NASA calls "man-made cirrus" or "jet cirrus" - an actual admission of something unnatural and artificial."No Natural Weather" is a clearly written simple tutorial about weather modification and much more, designed for newcomers to the concept, but also full of explanations and clarifications that will add to the research of those who are already aware. Start at the beginning and let this narrative take you on a journey from soup to nuts, A to Z. Share the series with your family and friends! There is no better time than now to educate yourself to what is and has been going on, and the thoughtful guidance provided by this seasoned researcher is the best company you could have on such an alarming journey. For yes, it is alarming to learn that our planet is being altered in ways that it may never recover from. It is time for us all to voice our collective power, but no one can do so until the actual knowledge has been given and shared. Thank you, WeatherWar101, for your immense contribution!Sofia Smallstorm - (Excerpt from Foreword)
Technology & Engineering

Advances in Unsaturated Soils

Author: Bernardo Caicedo

Publisher: CRC Press

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Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 610

View: 963

New theories and testing techniques related with Unsaturated Soil Mechanics have proven to be valuable tools to study a broad spectrum of geo-materials which includes rocks, rock fills, frozen soils and domiciliary solid wastes. These new theories and testing techniques have permitted the analysis of several traditional problems from a new perspect