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Sunday Ponderance

An article has been making the rounds recently about scientists at Harvard being fairly certain that aerosolic geoengineering approaches would be able to reduce the GHG effect by 50% or more, and in fact do so in a way that not only cools the planet, but does so in a way to ensure that we get the benefits of a little warming. These guys seem to think that this can be done rather cheaply.

I am SURE zillions of pople are going to say NO WAY. Let me ask the hypothetical question: what does this say about your beliefs about the catastrophic damages of climate change if you say that “geonengineering solutions are too risky?”

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