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- bits of science
The technology concept developed in the UK and first revealed in this month’s tce magazine (“Up and away“; pdf), advocates dispersing benign titanium dioxide particles as used in paint, inks and sunscreens into the stratosphere to deflect the sun’s rays.
- like all these plans the idea is still just that - an idea, and, at he very least, it is likely to have a great deal of research and discussion take place before it happens - if it ever does.
While it’s essential that we work to reduce carbon dioxide emissions now, it would be wise to have a well-researched emergency system in reserve as a Plan B,” says Davidson.
Originally posted by Aloysius the Gaul
reply to post by bobs_uruncle
I hadn't heard of the galactic cloud-nebula thing - that would probably be worth a thread of its own I reckon!!
Ingredients Corn Syrup , Sugar , Lemon Juice from Concentrate , Natural Lemon Oil , Citric Acid , Malic Acid , Titanium Dioxide Color , Maltodextrin , Corn Syrup Solids , Modified Food Starch , Artificial Color (Yellow 5) , DL-Alpha-Tocopherol (Vitamin E)
Originally posted by InFriNiTee
I don't think we have to worry too much about it being sprayed on us, when it is commonly being used for an ingredient in food for "color".