Could the Solution to Global Warming ...

Could the Solution to Global Warming be More Chemicals?

There are 2 comments on the US News & World Report story from Oct 23, 2012, titled Could the Solution to Global Warming be More Chemicals?. In it, US News & World Report reports that:

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.

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#1 Oct 23, 2012
Of course, NOT. The human evolution can not handle man-made chemicals, even drugs, it seems with their side effects.

Obviously, we need to bring in the health and disease facts.

Everett, WA

#2 Oct 23, 2012
Just a business floated idea to lower their cost of neglecting AGW.

In the past business polluted the air. In the future business will make excuses for polluting the air, again.

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