Scientist Wants To Refreeze Arctic

What could possibly go wrong?

(Times of India) A US scientist has offered a radical solution to global warming by suggesting that we could refreeze the Arctic using a few modified jets.

David Keith, professor of applied physics at Harvard University, used climate models to suggest that injecting reflective particles into the atmosphere could reduce the amount of sunlight reaching the Earth, engineering a regional effect that could bring ice back to the Arctic.

He claims that reducing the penetration of sunlight by just 0.5 per cent could be possible to restore the sea-ice around the North Pole back to pre-industrial era levels, the ‘Daily Mail’ reported.

Keith’s research suggests the whole operation could be accomplished with just a few modified Gulfstream jets, costing around USD 8 billion a year.

I wonder what Keith thinks of the whole operation

Keith suggested such drastic geo-engineering could have disastrous unintended effects but could be a viable response to a “climate emergency” such as the sudden collapse of ice sheets or a killing drought.

We’re still waiting for the “climate emergency” to emerge. Warmists have been making this claim for decades, yet, there is no climate emergency. Though, we did have massive drought back in the 1930’s. We survived. The ice sheets have not collapsed. They aren’t even close to the loss that occurred during the previous warm periods.

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2 Responses to “Scientist Wants To Refreeze Arctic”

  1. john says:

    Teach thanks for reminding us about how the arctic ice is disappearing even though 2012 was supposed to be the year that the climate cooled below normal Instead we got the 8th warmest year out of the last 120

  2. Doesn’t mean it’s anthropogenic, bub, just the typical that’s been going on since the end of the last ice age.

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