Making Clouds Whiter: What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

Has no one ever told these climate alarmists not to mess with Mother Nature? Let’s say, for the sake of argument, that the alarmists are correct: would screwing around with natural processes be a really wise idea?

A grant from Bill Gates is helping researchers explore the possibility that making clouds whiter and more reflective by spraying them with a fine seawater mist could help block the sun’s rays and send them back into space.

Cloud whitening builds on the natural cloud-forming process, says Silicon Valley inventor Armand Neukermans, who received the funding to test if the concept is doable.

When water vapor in cloud-forming regions encounters sea salt crystals it condenses around them, forming tiny droplets, he explains. Together, many droplets diffuse sunlight and make a cloud whiter.

When climate alarmist groups Greenpeace, Friends of the Earth, the ETC Group, and NOAA are concerned about this, perhaps it might be placed in the “really bad idea” and “go sit in the corner” boxes.

Also, I think this idea is racist.

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4 Responses to “Making Clouds Whiter: What Could Possibly Go Wrong?”

  1. The Watcher says:

    Making clouds whiter, eh? Somebody screaming, ‘THAT’S WAAAAACIST’ in three…two…one…

  2. even before human being existance earth passed periods of global freezing and global warming. all those specualtions about this topic are for sucking money from budget and to increase taxes.

  3. Otter says:

    The best part of all of this is the plausible deniability. When it goes wrong and royally screws things up, they can claim it (the solution) was found too late due to delays by ‘denialists,’ and that the Earth has already gone past the ‘tipping point.’

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