Earth climate "satellite data" is clearly a front

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Earth climate "satellite data" is clearly a front

Postby hoi.polloi on October 25th, 2014, 4:57 am

I was researching a bit of telescopic data and came across an interesting NASA web site. It is called MODIS, and the top of the page displays a message I have never seen on another government site before. Perhaps this is a recent change, but I can't be sure. It states:

You have accessed a U.S. Government Computer System. Visitors are authorized to use this system to acquire MODIS-Atmosphere related data information, images, products, and services only. Access to this system constitutes visitors consent to keystroke monitoring. Any malicious action or intent on this system is prohibited and punishable under Federal Law. Privacy Policy and Important Notices


The privacy policy (hyperlinked in original text) states under the security section that attempts to change the web site data is a strictly prohibited illegal offense protected by "Computer Fraud and Abuse Act of 1986 and the National Information Infrastructure Protection Act of 1996"

However, since questioning the government is not yet illegal and their own acts of fraud are potentially yet punishable by the people and for the people, I proceed.

So what is the deal with MODIS, you ask? In their own words:

One of the most important ecological issues concerning our planet is climate change. It is generally agreed that the Earth's climate will modify in response to radiative forcing induced by changes in atmospheric trace gases, cloud cover, cloud type, solar radiation, and tropospheric aerosols (liquid or solid particles suspended in the air). In order to develop conceptual and predictive global climate models, it is vital to monitor these properties. Two MODIS (Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer) instruments, the first launched on 18 December 1999 onboard the Terra Platform and the second on 4 May 2002 onboard the Aqua platform, are uniquely designed (wide spectral range, high spatial resolution, and near daily global coverage) to observe and monitor these and other Earth changes.


But what are the Terra and Aqua "platforms" they say they have "launched", next to a depiction of a giant rocket and yet another computer-generated image of a fake satellite using its magic beam on the round planet Earth?

Well, there are more web sites explaining more of the official "global warming" and/or "climate change" story to peruse as you are baffled, awed and humbled by all the science-y things going on.

According to http://science.nasa.gov/missions/terra/

A polar-orbiting spacecraft, Terra was launched aboard an Atlas-Centaur IIAS expendable launch vehicle from Vandenberg Air Force Base. Because Terra emphasizes observations of terrestrial surface features, its orbit is designed to cross the equator at this time when cloud cover, which obscures the land surface, is at its daily minimum. The orbit will be adjusted so that it covers the complete Earth every 16 days. This orbit will be maintained with periodic adjustments during the six-year life of the mission.


So for its approximately 6-year-long life, (1999 to 2005 R.I.P.) our friend Terra has been covering the "complete Earth" every 16 days. Who has been keeping track of this? Anyone here? No? You mean millions of people aren't "in" on Terra's activity? Do you think perhaps a thousand people are "in" on what the hell Terra is? Do you suppose 100 of them could even prove it is what NASA claims? A dozen? One?

Good thing Terra's imagery includes political borders, so we know this was taken in Southern California. :rolleyes:
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Terra's mission, lest we overlook this point in the story, is specifically to be a part of NASA's authority over governments. A sound enough motive to make up quite elaborately inaccessible lies indeed.

NASA's Earth Observing System (EOS) consists of a series of spaceborne instruments to monitor crucial components of the Earth system, an advanced data handling system, and teams of scientists who will evaluate on-going climate change and predict future changes. Ultimately, EOS will produce scientifically sound recommendations for environmental policy to national and international bodies to mitigate or prepare for these changes.


In short, using people's ignorance of matters to supplant their hunches with pure knowledge of unknown and non-understandable fabrication methods.

Its partner in crime, Aqua, quite hilariously stated on the NASA site as latin for "water" (huhhhh? really?) is said to monitor the lowest sphere of the atmosphere from hundreds of kilometers above it!

Okay, so both of these objects could be replaced by relatively normal high-altitude fliers with the exact same spectrometry equipment, and it would function better than any distant satellites at risk of being pelted by radiation, meteorites or other satellites and/or the space junk. Not to mention simpler ground and ocean-based sensors.

But never mind that. Surely since the Atlas-Centaur rocket was discredited by Wernher von Braun (and not by saying the program was a technical failure but by accusing it of having weak management of all things) it is even stranger to note they launched this most important of data satellites from the selfsame glorified monstrous phallus missile.

The fairy-tales about the failures of these rockets from Wikipedia are either cringe-inducing or hilarious depending on how you imagine them crafting such stories.

Ten more Atlas-Centaur failures occurred, but most of them were high altitude events that occurred late in the launch. There were two exceptions. [NOTE: exceptions to the altitude of the failures, not the fact that they were still failures! -hp] The first was the attempted launch of an Intelsat communications satellite on AC-43 in September 1977. Shortly after liftoff, abnormal temperatures were detected in the Atlas's engine compartment and continued to rise as the booster ascended. At T+33 seconds, a fire broke out, causing control of the vehicle to gradually fail. At T+55 seconds, the sustainer engine shut down and the Atlas pitched over, causing the entire launch vehicle to disintegrate from structural stress. The payload fairing and satellite were stripped from the booster, followed by the Atlas breaking in half and exploding. The Centaur was ejected and flew free until Range Safety issued the destruct command at T+60 seconds. NASA and Air Force officials, already busy investigating the launch failure of a Delta booster three weeks earlier, dredged the Atlas's engines from the ocean floor and sent them to Convair for examination. It was concluded that a gas generator leak caused by improper brazing of a pipe led to overheating and fire in the boattail of the Atlas.

The second involved the launch of a Navy FLTSATCOM satellite in March 1987. Weather conditions were extremely poor that day, with thick clouds and heavy precipitation. Although engineers objected to launching, the NASA program directors gave the go-ahead anyway.[!] The Atlas disappeared into the cloud cover shortly after liftoff and was struck by a lightning bolt. This had the effect of altering a single word in the guidance computer, causing the vehicle to pitch sharply downward and break apart from structural stress.


So the program, stripped from the remains of the debris, had read: go up down, is that it? Darn lightning bolts! And the former explosion merely from an overlooked pipe in the most crucial, heavily controversial elements of the ridiculous fantasy machine. Oh, sure, they just overlooked a pipe solder. Fuckin' woopsie.

Range Safety issued the destruct command, but there was no evidence that the booster ever received it. Debris rained out of the clouds onto the pad area. This accident was the culmination in the string of disasters that had befallen the US space program since the Titan 34D failure of October 1985 and caused significant reappraisals of weather guidelines at Cape Canaveral.


Do you believe this story? Do you believe just how it has been written?

These people are putting together simulations. Which means they are being entrusted with the very word of His Majesty Lord Science just for making shit up about their use of technology none of us will control.

I don't think we can blame the observed data on a purely scientific sort of data collection process. This has "cloud seeding"/"chemtrails" and elaborate, fanciful story-telling by the Disney clowns in our government written all over it. Just what kind of compassionate understanding those working on the data analysis think they are gleaning from this must be understood in its technofascist military PsyOp context. And therefore, so must the entire concept of an anonymous, "man made global warming" that we are all being economically punished for. We must correct people in their thinking about the political nature of climate change as a solid undeniable science, surely, if we are ever confronted with a bigoted brainwashed person citing NASA data and the climate scientist priesthood that chants it.

The military is one of the single most addicts of oil, they would have the very best access to the most accurate data about their own uses of it, and so I can only assume (at this point) that the entire pseudo-science of "satellite Earth data" gathering is intimately tied to a technological agenda of weather modification and control that must be disguised by fictions of passive, socially- and politically-neutral observation. If the observations data and data versions can be trusted at all.
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Re: Earth climate science

Postby Critical Mass on October 25th, 2014, 8:27 am

Interesting Hoi.

I quickly checked out some of the 'data' from these satellites...

U.S. GOVERNMENT COMPUTER

This US Government computer is for authorized users only. By accessing this
system you are consenting to complete monitoring with no expectation of privacy.
Unauthorized access or use may subject you to disciplinary action and criminal
prosecution.


You basically get a load of colored earth maps like this...

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or

Image


There seems to be a lot of promised archives of 'data' but in terms of visuals I so far can only find an 'image of the day' gallery & terra images like this...

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Re: Earth climate science

Postby hoi.polloi on October 26th, 2014, 12:37 am

I am not sure what you mean. There is a huge amount of tiny numbers information in collections, called "products". They also have Power Point presentations of how to interpret their cache of little numbers. Now, all you have to know to see the data is this helpful dialogue in the HELP section of some non-functioning techno-beast known as HDFLook:

THIS OPTION IS UNDER CONSTRUCTION
(The option is implemented in HDFLook 1.5)
If you are interested.... (Just email us to get the input data files) [?! "Just e-mail us because our software doesn't actually do shit and this is a front web site for political posturing"? Is that what you mean? -hp]
INPUT DATA
We got the Town,village locations from a useful site http://www.calle.com/world/
(Original data is from U.S. Government and is publicly available)
In HDFLook the extracted data base (3 million of references) is connected to the MODIS image reprojection routines to make a very simple GIS (helping the image structures analyze) and showing what we call Human activity.
(Set the Human activity toggle in the option menu: Set misc options..)
Output examples
Images are computed from several MODIS LEVEL1B granules
21/Sept/2000 11h45 MOD02QKM.A2000265.1145.002.2000267053723.hdf
16/Jan/2001 5h25 MOD021KM.A2001016.0525.002.2001027165418.hdf
20/Mai/1001 7h25 MOD021KM.A2001140.0725.002.2001144042556.hdf
11/Mai/2001 9h15 MOD021KM.A2001131.0915.002.2001135062933.hdf


Typos and utter clusterfuck chaos of the "HELP" sections (changing the meaning of the word "Help page") aside, one can supposedly search through the data using all their malware pre-installed on their web site, so you don't have to understand any of it anyway. It is, I guess, at this link: http://ladsweb.nascom.nasa.gov/data/search.html

It is mentioned "importantly":

All Suomi NPP VIIRS EDRs are currently BETA QUALITY (WITH KNOWN PROBLEMS) AND ARE NOT INTENDED FOR SCIENTIFIC USE. VIIRS calibration is based on prelaunch data and on-orbit calibration and characterization has begun. For more information, see the NPP VIIRS QA - Product Quality Documentation.


Though, this is probably only there to indicate how high-quality the WWY GL QZOXIJX data is. Sorry, that's immature. My bad. I meant the MOD02OBC and the PM1ATTNR data sets. You know what I mean right? You're familiar with all of this, huh? Good. Good. So you should be able to get a single search result, right?

In all seriousness, there does seem to be the posturing that mountains of something has been collected. Somewhere. Stuff to do with clouds. Air. Vapors. You know. Earth science "stuff" that is "beyond" you. You just can't actually get their search engine, with all its various options, to hit any single one of their files.

I suggest everyone try it. See if you can actually acquire some data from their search engine. It's a joke. What will it be, a description of the locations of the rectangles and precipitation measured within? What is this "platform" supposed to be doing?

Anyone brave enough to trust their technobabble and download their imaging software here — which looks like a creepy spywarez site? http://www-loa.univ-lille1.fr/informati ... pp=HDFLook

Curious what kind of image you'll get when "HDFLook" is finally clobbering all the sensitive data on your machine because you've downloaded some crazy CIA warez? Just look here!

Srilanka.gif

This claims to be Composite surface reflectance with towns and villages and the GIF is called Sri Lanka. I think they are trying to tell us the pink squares represent the surface reflectivity of the bald heads of aged, hiding pedophiles who have been given a secret amnesty from NASA for supporting this utter crock of nonsense. Whatever is going on in the MODIS program, it's not science.
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Re: Earth climate science

Postby fbenario on October 26th, 2014, 12:49 am

hoi.polloi wrote:
You have accessed a U.S. Government Computer System. Visitors are authorized to use this system to acquire MODIS-Atmosphere related data information, images, products, and services only. Access to this system constitutes visitors consent to keystroke monitoring. Any malicious action or intent on this system is prohibited and punishable under Federal Law. Privacy Policy and Important Notices

Keystroke monitoring? Fucking a-holes.
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Re: Earth climate science

Postby hoi.polloi on October 26th, 2014, 1:01 am

fbenario wrote:
hoi.polloi wrote:
You have accessed a U.S. Government Computer System. Visitors are authorized to use this system to acquire MODIS-Atmosphere related data information, images, products, and services only. Access to this system constitutes visitors consent to keystroke monitoring. Any malicious action or intent on this system is prohibited and punishable under Federal Law. Privacy Policy and Important Notices

Keystroke monitoring? Fucking a-holes.


Ah, you have a problem with their keystroke monitoring of your curiosity about tinted black windows on that store front that nobody ever enters from the front? Sorry, I mean, useless non-existent data browsers?

Talk to the web master Abe Taaheri. His e-mail is at Raytheon, by the way.

Abe_Taaheri@raytheon.com

I believe that says it all. Shady fucking stuff, this NASA.
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