the year 2090, we see our world transformed into a fruitful,
self sustaining planet with universally temperate weather,
storms controlled, graced with humid, fertile soils.
A world of forests and widely distributed small cities.
Cities will by working with nature, employing bio-recharge
techniques, have very limited infrastructure, supported by
abundant favorable weather. Highly predictable weather, and
Our vision covers the globe and the
century. Our time table is as follows;
2026: A nascent
bio-recharge culture has begun to grow in the liberal populace
of major countries. Governments in the regions most
affected by climate change have begun to implement ground-based
cloud enhancement projects, constructing GSE or other
ground-based cloud devices.
Cities around the world have
implemented basic bio-recharge schemes, and regional cooperation
councils have formed in many regions. Bio-recharge is the
subject of governmental sponsored research in the major world
Bio-recharge schemes are being widely instituted in
most major economies of the world. Regional bio-recharge
projects have, including ground-based cloud enhancements,
developed, vetted and tuned by years of tests on small scale
implementations, sponsored by regional cooperation councils.
Several smaller countries are beginning to see the long term
benefits of bio-recharge, after a few decades of actual
experience. Lands once plagued, for centuries, by extended
drought are experiencing regular precipitation. People
are, returning to the country-side from the over-crowed cities,
and are beginning to form small mixed agricultural-industrial
concerns and societies. The soils are growing fertile and
fecund, and some historic deserts have been converted to green.
This beneficial process will be most evident in areas where, the
synergistic effects of groups of adjacent states simultaneously
implementing bio-recharge schemes, result in more predictable
regional climates and precipitation. Precipitation sheds
have been identified, and efforts are being undertaken to steer
the phenomena to key targets, through the balancing of combined
regional bio-recharge projects.
2066: National and
international bio-recharge schemes cover almost 30% of the
world's land surface. UN councils are beginning to
strongly urge recalcitrant nations to implement bio-recharge
schemes based upon the bodies obligation to protect doctrine.
The world conflict index is at the lowest point in recorded
history. Large swatches of the planet surface, which had
experienced historic deserts and extended droughts, have become
tropical and sub-tropical zones. The impacts of historic
climate cycles, such as El Niño and La Niña, have reduced
and number, and intensity, of significant hurricanes are the
lowest in recorded history.
Several areas have been
required to tail-off some, more enthusiastic, bio-recharge
schemes, due to imbalances being created between precipitation
and available sunlight for solar energy collection.
Most of the bio-recharge schemes implemented have been
designed to be legislatively tunable. Ordinances have then
been issued to trim evaporation sources by as much as 30%,
effectively reducing the amount of atmospheric water being held,
over the course of a few months.
Countries, which have
become increasingly numerous, as the bonds of international
resource dependence have been weakened by the steadily improving
climate, are now actively lobbying adjacent, and near adjacent,
countries to implement bio-recharge schemes to magnify
Bio-recharge has become the primary method for atmospheric water
control around the world. Many additional methods of
atmospheric water management have emerged and been vetted, after
being developed by extensive research and legislative
90% of the earth's land area is covered by bio-recharge schemes.
Many historical deserts have been converted to semi-tropical
zones. The base of amount of vegetation has increased by
300-500%. The endangered species list, supported by the
UN, has been all but eliminated.
The climate has evolved
to temperate, sustainable levels, as more and more regions have
come under the sway of bio-recharge schemes. UN weather
coordinating committees have been established and given strong
legislative influence over weather planning operations.
Many countries have found that weather control is the ultimate,
and highly effective, form of regional domination.
Terra-formed planets such as the moon and Mars, are beginning to
implement atmospheric management employing the rich scientific
data gathered from years of earth based bio-recharge and
Most people around the planet
experience temperate weather year-round, combined with
predictable precipitation, (it always rains on Tuesday and
Friday). Hurricanes are mild, and tornados are a thing of