Tuesday, November 20, 2007

'Geoengineering': Space mirror over Greenland?

CNET News.com repots: "Scientists are starting to consider planet-scale engineering projects to slow the pace of climate change--anything from causing massive plankton growth in the ocean to putting a giant mirror in space above Greenland to stop ice from melting. These ideas to alter the earth's environment at large scale, called 'geoengineering,' are increasingly being articulated and seriously evaluated even though they are likely to be controversial."

Some of the ideas proposed in this article sound scarier then the problem itself. The best idea is still just to reduce the emissions we are creating...
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