Doing anything

“Within the Paris agreement there’s an implicit assumption that there will need to be greenhouse gases removed,” said Phil Williamson, a scientist at the U.K.’s University of East Anglia, who worked on the report. “Climate geoengineering is what countries have agreed to do, although they haven’t really realized that they’ve agreed to do it.”

Reference:  https://www.cbd.int/cop/cop-13/media/cop13-press-brief-geoengineering-en.pdf

 

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4 Responses to Doing anything

  1. PeteBonk says:

    Hmm Tampering with the atmosphere just to tamper with the atmosphere, not as a potential side product of an unquestioned good, providing power and transportation for billions. What could possibly go wrong with such tampering? Another “Fly to the sun on wings attached by wax” moment…..

  2. When an ice sheet – the size of Mexico – slides into the sea, don’t say I didn’t warn you:

    The red and brown areas across the Antarctic are telling you it’s abnormally warm there.

    The Antarctic ice shelves have been above freezing for over a year – exponential increases in heat are coming off the seamounts and off the volcanoes beneath the Antarctic ice.

    Who has a technology that stops volcanoes from exploding?

    No one

    When will the Mexico-sized chunk of ice slide into the sea?

    2017

    most likely

    As the resulting colossal tsunami waves race across the ocean, then what?

    Then the tectonic plates become unhinged which results in the tectonic plate boundaries launching colossal tsunami waves from the Antarctic to the Arctic.

    This isn’t speculation – it’s history repeating itself.

    You might need to do a few decades of research on the cataclysms all across the world, the geological anomalies all across the world, the history of magma uplift, the history of colossal tsunami waves, the cause of the breakup of tectonic plates, the cause of subduction zones, the cause of island archipelagos and the cause of mountain ranges, as well as a study off bathymetric charts going back decades, historic documents going back over 600 history, a study of archaeological relics, ancient statuary, ancient sites, ancient technology and medieval art from all across the world, then you might realize another cataclysm is coming. If you had been monitoring glacial melt a couple decades and sea temperatures going back decades, then it might all sink in. I’m speaking from personal experience so it might be totally different for you.

    • jamwood8 says:

      So according to your little graphic, parts of Perth and Albany are colder than much of Antarctica. Parts of Antarctica are as warm as Northern Queensland. Pull the other one. Total drivel.

      • Let’s see if I’m understanding you: you haven’t done decades of research, you’re not a Doctoral Scholar, you don’t have a genius IQ that’s off the WAIS-R chart – which is to say you don’t have an IQ that’s over 150 – you’re not a world expert at anything and you have no substantial accomplishments in life, but despite all these deficits, you have managed to successfully convince yourself that you’re the smart one.

        The fact that you have no clue what a temperature anomaly map is, along with your failed attempts to hurl insults in my direction, appear to be cries for help.

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