Global warming has been driven by government funded scientists upwards adjusting thermometer data, and other government funded scientists want to stop it by polluting the atmosphere.
Could the Solution to Global Warming be More Chemicals?
Could the answer to global warming actually lie in putting more chemicals into the atmosphere? A growing number of climatologists and engineers believe that “geoengineering” — putting reflective aerosols into the atmosphere — may be the most cost-effective way of reversing global climate change.
In a study released earlier this week, California Institute of Technology scientists say that “solar radiation management” — essentially “turning down the sun” by artificially reflecting some of the sun’s rays back into space — could be used to change the climate back to “pre-industrial” levels. According to the report, by reducing the sun’s rays just .5 percent, the entire Arctic sea ice extent could be recovered.
“We know for a fact that geoengineering would cool the planet just by virtue of watching what happened after the Pinatubo eruption. But it would also have other consequences” study coauthor Doug MacMartin says
In 1975, climatologists wanted to stop climate change by melting the Arctic.