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Human Engineering and Climate Change

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03/23/2012 05:32 PM
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Human Engineering and Climate Change
‎"We argue that human engineering is potentially less risky than geoengineering and that it
could help behavioural and market solutions succeed in mitigating climate change"

[link to www.smatthewliao.com]

Are you kidding me? This might very well be the most ridiculous article i've ever read. In a society where people are trained to be gluttonous consumers that value meaningless material goods and are simultaneously dumbed down by Nazi-style methods of covert poisoning via the food and water - their solution is to drug individuals to make them more altruistic and empathetic? I'm laughing. Hysterically. I might have even peed myself.

Geoengineering is a term used for aerosol forcing and other methods to alter the environment under the guise that it is necessary for mankind to survive during "climate change" which was once referred to as "global warming" until the jig was up and the farce exposed. Same game, different name. Still a farce. As is "geoengineering".
Awake people are catching on to the truth behind "geoengineering" so, next in line of the options to control the masses and create acceptance is to "warn" them of the the dangers of "climate change" knowing they are "too lazy and apathetic" to do modify their behavior (from the poisons being fed from the very same groups creating this junk, HIDEOUS "science") therefore offering solutions such as "smaller people" and drugs to create altruistic, empathetic people.



Oh my does this article WREAK of population and mind control. It's smells so awfully of the New World Order stank I could vomit.
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03/28/2012 07:47 PM
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Re: Human Engineering and Climate Change
The criticisms of Liao's paper reflect knee-jerk reactions to new ideas. First of all, we have already implemented size control actions through a food system that subjects the population to excess protein, calories, and various chemicals and toxins. We eat animals that have been fed genetically-modified foods, hormones and antibiotics. In contrast, for most of human existence, we ate simple, basic foods and we didn't have them everyday. Sometimes we went without eating for days. Professors Popkin, Colin Campbell, Cameron, Burkitt and Rollo have noted that our emphasis on meat, processed foods and calories have led to faster aging and increased chronic diseases in middle and older ages.

The problem is that we are blinded by our prejudice favoring taller and bigger people. This favoritism is a threat to human survival because 6 to 9 billion bigger humans consume so many more resources along with polluting the environment. A world population of bigger people need more metals, minerals, plastics, energy, water, food, and farmland. And these needs are quite large as described in the book: Human Body Size and the Laws of Scaling-Physiological, Performance, Growth, Longevity and Ecological Ramifications, Nova Science, NY, 2007.

For readers with an open mind, there's plenty of research showing that shorter, lighter people have a number of physical advantages (faster reaction times, faster acceleration, stronger pound for pound, and greater endurance). Some of the greatest achievers of all time have been quite small: Mozart, Picasso, Michelangelo, Einstein, Alexander the Great, Alexander Pope, John Keats, Andrew Carnegie, Onassis, David Murdoch, Bruce Lee, Jet Li, Jackie Chan, Churchill, President Madison, Maradona, Scott Hamilton, and Tara Lipinski.

I have studied the ramifications of increasing body size for about 37 years and published over 40 papers and books on the benefits of smaller humans. If the subject interests you, go to website: www.humanbodysize.com and [link to smallerhumans.blogspot.com] Why smaller humans are in our future