Originally posted by Phage
reply to post by burntheships
I think many of them,and noteably David Keith are "double minded" men....they have convinced themselves that they can pollute the planet with
to "correct" AGW...one minute, and the next they say it would be the last ditch
effort because it would also ruin the earths atmosphere!
No. They don't say it would ruin the atmosphere. They say that the possibility of unforeseen consequences is too great to think about using aerosol
SRM unless the warming reaches catastrophic levels. They are in favor of reducing pollution (including greenhouse gasses) in order to avoid that. They
are also in favor of continuing the use of computer and laboratory modelling to study the ramifications of the use of aerosol SRM.
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There is nothing unforeseen about dumping aerosol into the atmosphere. There is absolutely no need for it. Please name another civilization on earth
that did it and needed it.
You wont find one.
And yet man kind has manage to live this long.
10 megatons of aluminum is serious. Along with other heavy metals that have been made into nano particles also contributes to the air you breath.
Phage you're a smart, practical guy. However, Sometimes I feel like you're one of them.
I don't mean to be rude, But you seem to live in this world where airplanes that have been designed in the 21st century are supposed to be releasing
contrails at many different altitudes.
With this logic. I think it's safe to say there is no need for conspiracy. Our planes are just so high tech that they create clouds and contrails
So it's safe to say future planes will?
On top of that, There are many air samples that have been taking that show increased heavy metals.
If YOU don't believe that. How about you make a thread on here of you taking an air sample and getting it tested for heavy metals.
I think that will get you some stars and flags. To prove me wrong that the air you are breathing is clean, Heavy metal free.
Why do you think organic food is so popular.
Just because of GMO? No it's because people know what ever is in the soil. Gets in your food. Most companies don't flush their soil. Let alone used
distilled or RO to flush. So everything is put into the food.
The quality of everyday life is what you see outside. For you to say it's just normal contrails is almost blasphemy. I want you to know before you go
on saying everything is alright. How about for once you take in all the information and disprove it.
Are you aware of the Health of many different countries right now, Including the United States?
Are you aware of people chelating more now and trying to find the perfect Chlorella to remove heavy metals from their bodies.
You put a post of a huge chunk of aluminum on another post saying how do you expect this to get into your lungs.
You should look into nanoparticles. If you disprove all of the above then you obviously are not in the world we live in.
It's better to be safe than sorry.
Edit: I just want to let you know, Keith was asked what would happen if 10 megatons of aluminum was put into the atmosphere for manipulating the
And he didn't say "We aren't using 10 megatons" he said "We are just now testing it on human health, But we haven't released anything"
So it's obvious they were going to use 10 megatons. In the scenario, Which isn't being monitored by anyone.
So yes 10 megatons of aluminum can definitely effect the ground level.
Wigington: “Did you do a study on human respiration? 10 megatons of aluminum dumped into the atmosphere will have no human health impacts?”
Keith: “Let me be more careful here… to separate out the toxicological crux. The aluminum we have only begun to research and published nothing.
Mostly worked on sulfur and the relevant comparison is that just as Robock said...(referring to sulfur particle number studies mentioned by Alan
Robock). “The whole thing he just got through was particle numbers, the impact of particle numbers…but we haven’t done anything on aluminum. So
if we add onto the tropo aerosols, could we have any impact? That was totally irrelevant. That was just on particle numbers... But we haven’t done
anything serious on aluminum and so there could be something terrible that we will find tomorrow that we haven’t looked at.”
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