This climate change hack would reflect more sunlight. Not such a bright idea, study says.
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A grayish volcanic ash flow brightens Mount Pinatubo volcano in northwestern Philippines as it continues emitting ashes following a major eruption, Wednesday, June 12, 1991.
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#1 Aug 12, 2018
Now we are being told 'the science is NOT settled.
There are experts who concede there are too many unknown:
"In all of this, there are many, many more unknowns than knowns."
"No one is actually preparing to inject aerosols into the stratosphere. Scientists and political leaders donít know nearly enough about the consequences, good and bad, intended and unintended, of such an effort."
From data to goals from goals to strategy it becomes clear there is no real consensus among the thousands of experts within the hundreds of disciplines that inform our understanding of climate ate change.
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