On 14 November 2013 16:25, Chris de Morsella <cdemorse...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> And to have the depth and breadth of understanding of the climatic systems
> both atmospheric and oceanic to be able to say with a high degree of
> certainty that there won't be unintended consequences that emerge out of
> geo-engineering intervention (especially if it is difficult to reverse). I
> say this because as history shows we -- as a species (or culture perhaps)
> often fail to first understand before we act... there is quite a bit of
> Yes of course. It would be preferable to stabilise the climate in its
current benign state, which has allowed us to develop agriculture and
civilisation, by simply (!) removing CO2 from the air.
(And preferably turning it plus water into petrol... but I am starting to
sound like a stuck record.)
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