The National Science Foundation (NSF) just announced a massive $3 million grant, to focus on how to better promote climate alarmism, in a way that creates fear in American, with the goal being to manipulate society’s behavior.
The NSF wants to find out how to make Americans eat less food, drink less water, consume lower amounts of energy, and experience a technological regression – for the sake of “climate.”
The study calls on scientists to “change and influence people’s behavior” by promoting fear of climate disaster. Previous NSF studies on this exact same topic have helped develop “interactive role-playing activities” to force families and people to feel bad about how their consumption hurts the environment.
“Changing people’s behavior may be the hardest part of mitigating climate change,” the winning university had said announcing the grant. “But a research team led by Michigan Technological University wants to find a way to do just that.”
The study has also programmed a “Household Metabolism Tracker” to monitor the amounts of energy and water consumed by Americans, in general.
“Changes in household-level actions in the U.S. have the potential to reduce rates of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and climate change by reducing consumption of food, energy and water (FEW),” according to the grant for the study. “This project will identify potential interventions for reducing household FEW consumption, test options in participating households in two communities, and collect data to develop new environmental impact models.”
Furthermore, the study promises that it would “increase the well-being of individuals at the household level” by positively reinforcing Americans to eat less and use lesser electricity while allowing them to reduce the “climate-related risks” and increasing their “economic competitiveness.”
Researchers from Netherland are joining up the researchers involved in this study, and together they are looking forward to finding more methods to compete with the different European country’s energy use.
“The project will recruit, train, and graduate more than 20 students and early-career scientists from underrepresented groups,” the grant adds. “Students will be eligible to participate in exchanges to conduct interdisciplinary research with collaborators in the Netherlands, a highly industrialized nation that uses 20 [percent] less energy and water per person than the U.S.”
The project started in October of 2016, and the researchers are funded through 2020 – who knows what subtle ways of societal manipulation they will discover in this time.