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    Default Implications of climate change for the US army

    I've been reading this document today, i have not been able to completely finish it due to lots of distractions but wanted to share in case someone finds it valuable

    From what i read so far, i get the impression that this is not really meant to point actual solutions to existing/future problems, mainly because the document writer is very clear in clarifying the document doesn't assume climate change is real or not, or related to political views of the issue. And this diagram also




    My personal opinion of this document is this. This document will be used to push an agenda of intervention on the next years, in the Artic region, under the "we can ignore climate change or we can do something about it, just in case" guidance the document pushes, like so
    Quote The intent is to provide senior leaders with an
    easy to understand anticipation of risk associated with
    each recommendation.
    Interesting mention of small nuclear reactors (portable), which also happens to be something Russia is working on and has already deployed to the Artic some months ago
    Quote 3. NATIONAL CONTEXT
    3.1 Problem: Power Grid Vulnerabilities
    Recommendation: A. An inter-agency approach,
    coupled with collaboration of the commercial
    sector, should catalogue the liabilities across the
    electrical grid and prioritize budget requests for
    infrastructure improvements. B. The DoD should
    pursue options to reverse infrastructure degradation around military installations, including
    funding internal power generation such as solar/
    battery farms and small-nuclear reactors.

    Implementation Timing: Now (A); 6-10, 10+
    Years (B)
    Resource Requirement: Low (A); High (B)
    And this is something that i find interesting because of this
    https://time.com/5659769/russia-floating-nuclear-power/

    Here's the link to the full pdf
    https://climateandsecurity.files.wor...llege_2019.pdf

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    Default Re: Implications of climate change for the US army

    Ha,ha,ha Mashika!
    It seems that by artificially influencing the nature they start to destroy their own facilities creating a small implosion of some sort!Nice!!!
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    Default Re: Implications of climate change for the US army

    This might be a tangent but to me, this push might be about controlling the polar regions. There are perhaps many reasons for this: some are probably mundane and linked to commerce (oil, shipping routes, etc.), others are likely to be more esoteric / black budget types of motivations.

    One thing that strikes me as a possible motivation is the electromagnetic nature of the polar regions is quite particular and peculiar. If - as Ben Davidson and Suspicious Observers have suggested - we are in the late stages of a "catastrophe cycle" (as discussed in this thread: Geomagnetic Reversals and Ice Ages), there may well be a geophysical reason for wanting to control the Arctic during the coming cosmological events?

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    Also perhaps relevant (though more mundane), about 18 months ago, I posted a few things about the Arctic and its strategic nature.

    Here: http://projectavalon.net/forum4/show...=1#post1209026

    Which has a useful map:
    Quote Posted by Cara (here)
    A useful map from Le Monde Diplomatique of the arctic with resources and territorial claims:


    This map is from 2011, there were also versions made in 2009 and 2007. From here:
    https://www.monde-diplomatique.fr/cartes/banquiseguerre
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    Quote If - as Ben Davidson and Suspicious Observers have suggested - we are in the late stages of a "catastrophe cycle" (as discussed in this thread: Geomagnetic Reversals and Ice Ages), there may well be a geophysical reason for wanting to control the Arctic during the coming cosmological events?
    I think this is very related to it, and the entire wording of those documents is just to lead people into a completely different view of the actual issue, but that reality cannot be disclosed

    The "knowledge layers" are usually very conflicting, as we can see here, and people can't lie if they don't know that what they know is not the truth


    Most likely, although i don't have a way to prove it, there is a separate document similar to this one, with actual truths. And which we will never get to read

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    The "mundane" explanation is also true, as far as i can see and we know

    It has been a conversation point for years now and i'm very sure the resources under the Artic are something everyone would like to take a part of

    But yes it seems very obvious that suddenly in the past years everyone is so interested on the Artic in different ways, who could really say! And as you pointed out, "possibly" is the name of the game
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    Default Re: Implications of climate change for the US army

    In addition, i would like to post this other paper from 2004

    FLOATING NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS IN RUSSIA: A THREAT TO THE ARCTIC, WORLD OCEANS AND NON-PROLIFERATION TREATY
    https://www.greencross.ch/wp-content..._fnpp_book.pdf
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