70% of Venice, Italy, Flooded While CIA-Financed Climate Change Study Warns of Increasing Weather Perils.

November 12, 2012.

70% of Venice, Italy, Flooded While CIA-Financed Climate Change Study Warns of Increasing Weather Perils.

“We’re saying climate extremes are going to be more frequent,
and Hurricane Sandy was an example of what that could mean.
We’re also saying it could get a whole lot worse than that.”

– John D. Steinbruner, Ph.D., Director,
Center for Int’l. and Security Studies, Univ. of Maryland,
Lead Author, CIA’s National Research Council Study
Also 70 percent of Italy’s Venice has flooded after severe
rains and winds with sea levels reaching a peak of five
feet (1.5 meters) above normal. In Tuscany, around 200 people
were evacuated as floods and mudslides threatened homes.

Welcome to the Project Climate Change 2013 – website

Welcome to our new website.

During 2008 eight Remote Viewers from three separate Remote Viewing schools participated in a joint public project to study climate and planetary change between the years 2008 and 2013.

Nine geographic earth locations were chosen for two time periods: 2008 (a baseline) and the later date of 2013 to see if the remote viewing data could discern any changes in climate.

The predictive Remote viewing data seems to indicate serious global climate changes across all nine target locations chosen for the project.

Within this website we will present an overview of the project and will also gather &  present the climate change news  during 2013 as a form of feedback as it happens so that we can all compare against the predicted Remote Viewing data for overall accuracy.