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XxAxX

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Geo-Engineering Through the Introduction of Sulphate Into Our Atmosphere - Yay or Nay???

i say hell to the nay! this is untested science and could have unforeseen results. BAD idea, imo. just not safe.

what say you fellow orgers? good idea or not?



from: https://www.nbcnews.com/m...ncna799816

Excerpted in part from link above for discussion purposes:

Scientists say seeding the stratosphere with tiny particles could reduce the number of hurricanes by 50 percent

As hurricanes continue to increase in frequency and intensity, a $10-billion-a-year project proposes injecting sulfate into the atmosphere to cool down the Earth and reduce the number of hurricanes by 50% for a staggering 50 years.

Covering the skies

By now, we are all well aware of the impact that anthropog... is having on our planet…or at least, we should be. Although scientists are still debating some of the mechanisms that drive global warming (and their ultimate impact), scientists are not debating whether or not humans are driving these planet-altering environmental changes—sufficient evidence has already revealed that we are.

And one of the most prominent consequences of climate change: Hurricanes.

Unfortunately, as recent storm systems reveal, it is no longer a question solely of prevention because much damage has already been done. To this end, our efforts must be focused on stopping the damage that’s already begun, and trying to repair the harm we have caused.

Fortunately, a host of scientists are already working on solutions.

In an attempt to combat climate change, a multinational team of scientists are working on a plan to literally re-engineer the Earth in order to cool it down and reduce the impact of storm systems.

For example, a team led by John Moore, who is the head of China’s geoengineering research program, is studying how shading sulfate aerosols that are dispersed into the stratosphere could help cool the planet and reduce the number of hurricane occurrences.

In an interview with Popular Mechanics, outlining how the plan works, Moore asserts, “We’re basically mimicking a volcano and saying we’re going to put 5 billion tons of sulfates a year into the atmosphere 20 kilometers high, and we’ll do that for 50 years.”


. . . .

The problem? Such works would eat away the planet’s atmosphere.

But custom-made aerosol particles that reflect sunlight, and don’t have a corrosive impact on the ozone, are a viable alternative. The research is still in its infancy, but if proper funding is given to research and development, this could be the way that we prevent catastrophic storms like Irma in the future

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Reply #1 posted 09/24/17 4:21pm

morningsong

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Nope.
“Do I dare Disturb the universe?”
― T.S. Eliot

“Only by acceptance of the past, can you alter it”
― T.S. Eliot
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Reply #2 posted 09/24/17 7:29pm

KingBAD

XxAxX said:

i say hell to the nay! this is untested science and could have unforeseen results. BAD idea, imo. just not safe.

what say you fellow orgers? good idea or not?



from: https://www.nbcnews.com/m...ncna799816

Excerpted in part from link above for discussion purposes:

Scientists say seeding the stratosphere with tiny particles could reduce the number of hurricanes by 50 percent

As hurricanes continue to increase in frequency and intensity, a $10-billion-a-year project proposes injecting sulfate into the atmosphere to cool down the Earth and reduce the number of hurricanes by 50% for a staggering 50 years.

Covering the skies

By now, we are all well aware of the impact that anthropog... is having on our planet…or at least, we should be. Although scientists are still debating some of the mechanisms that drive global warming (and their ultimate impact), scientists are not debating whether or not humans are driving these planet-altering environmental changes—sufficient evidence has already revealed that we are.

And one of the most prominent consequences of climate change: Hurricanes.

Unfortunately, as recent storm systems reveal, it is no longer a question solely of prevention because much damage has already been done. To this end, our efforts must be focused on stopping the damage that’s already begun, and trying to repair the harm we have caused.

Fortunately, a host of scientists are already working on solutions.

In an attempt to combat climate change, a multinational team of scientists are working on a plan to literally re-engineer the Earth in order to cool it down and reduce the impact of storm systems.

For example, a team led by John Moore, who is the head of China’s geoengineering research program, is studying how shading sulfate aerosols that are dispersed into the stratosphere could help cool the planet and reduce the number of hurricane occurrences.

In an interview with Popular Mechanics, outlining how the plan works, Moore asserts, “We’re basically mimicking a volcano and saying we’re going to put 5 billion tons of sulfates a year into the atmosphere 20 kilometers high, and we’ll do that for 50 years.”


. . . .

The problem? Such works would eat away the planet’s atmosphere.

But custom-made aerosol particles that reflect sunlight, and don’t have a corrosive impact on the ozone, are a viable alternative. The research is still in its infancy, but if proper funding is given to research and development, this could be the way that we prevent catastrophic storms like Irma in the future

wasn't my idea

eek eek eek eek

i am KING BAD!!!
you are NOT...
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Reply #3 posted 09/25/17 12:56pm

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In addition to all the other crap they're spraying? I guess they'll do whatever the hell they want.

https://carnicominstitute...ry-report/



Nothing to see here.

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Reply #4 posted 09/25/17 2:46pm

Genesia

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Is this about chemtrails?

I mean if he did have sex he would break every rule Jehova's have regarding premarital sex so Prince is really just friends with them all anyway.
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Reply #5 posted 09/26/17 2:22pm

RJOrion

they already do this...

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Reply #6 posted 09/26/17 2:24pm

Cloudbuster

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Reply #7 posted 09/28/17 4:49pm

XxAxX

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Cloudbuster said:

http://www.checktheeviden...ed-6x9.pdf




scary, innit eek

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Reply #8 posted 10/02/17 7:19pm

PurpleJedi

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hmph!

By St. Boogar and all the saints at the backside door of Purgatory!
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Reply #9 posted 10/04/17 2:30am

Lianachan

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Nah. It's not likely to work very well, and even if it did we would be treating the symptoms when we need to be addressing the cause.

A-nis bidh fios aig daoine nuair a tha mi a 'mionnachadh aig dhaibh.
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Reply #10 posted 10/04/17 5:22am

Cloudbuster

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XxAxX said:

scary, innit eek


Aye. Propaganda is a powerful thing.

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Reply #11 posted 10/06/17 12:45pm

XxAxX

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Cloudbuster said:

XxAxX said:

scary, innit eek


Aye. Propaganda is a powerful thing.

for sure.

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