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originally posted by: Phage
a reply to: FyreByrd
Look up Global Dimming which is also a 'near' concurrent effect of global warming.
Such as? But you know that the vast majority of the planet is signatory to the ENMOD treaty?
And other patented weather modification techniques being used as weapons and other unknown reasons.
Solar geoengineering is a set of proposed means to block or reflect a small portion of incoming sunlight in order to counteract and reduce anthropogenic climate change.
Largely in response to disappointing abatement of greenhouse gas emissions, interest and research in solar geoengineering have risen steadily over the last decade.
There have been, among other things, authoritative reports from the Royal Society and the US National Academies (McNutt et al., 2015; Shepherd et al., 2009), an international model intercomparison project (Kravitz et al., 2015), and a recommendation for publicly‐funded research by the US Global Change Research Program (2017).
Preliminary outdoor experiments of solar geoengineering techniques have been proposed and, in at least a couple cases, funded.
Proposed. Any convincing link with climate and cosmic ray induced nucleation has been elusive.
A proposed mechanism involves variations in the geometry of the geomagnetic field (f.i. tilt of the dipole to lower latitudes), resulting in enhanced cosmic-ray induced nucleation of clouds.
The way upper atmosphere. The ionosphere, to be exact.
New research, published this week, has provided scientists with greater insight into the climatic changes happening in the upper atmosphere.
It seems your vice is versa on that one.
In Physical Review Letters, researchers present a simulation that strengthens the case that the field was influenced by climate changes.
originally posted by: Mandroid7
Idk. Sounds like fake news.
Wind and weather is caused by uneven heat on the surface of the earth, not the other way around.
originally posted by: dragonridr
a reply to: Greven
I dont know but i would guess the biggest factot in global dimming is probably air travel. Be interesting if we banned all air travel to see what effects it had. Never happen but would be fun to see the data.