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Radical plan to artificially cool Earth's climate could be safe, study finds


Radical plan to artificially cool Earth's climate could be safe, study finds13-03-2019 04:24
Tai Hai Chen
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https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2019/mar/11/solar-geoengineering-climate-change-new-study
13-03-2019 13:56
IBdaMann
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This is another "experts worry" article.

I've seen this proposed before, years ago. Some deranged misanthrope devised a scheme to kill all life on planet earth by pumping sulfur dioxide into our atmosphere, and then sold it to the Global Warming Congregation as a means to "save the planet."

Does anyone see the irony in pumping dangerous chemicals into the atmosphere in order to combat the (erroneously) perceived threat of dangerous chemicals in the atmosphere?

Notice that the Brits spell sulfur "sulphur." I knew it had to be an evil British plot.
13-03-2019 20:49
Into the Night
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I guess someone forgot that sulfur dioxide is toxic, and produces acid rain when it rains.

It's also considered a pollutant by the federal government.

I wonder if James Bond knows about this.
Edited on 13-03-2019 20:49




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