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When the earth is warming it is mostly the polar regions that is warming due to more water vapor (Latent Heat) spreading through the weather systems, reaching farther at the same time as more clouds are cooling the tropics where the evaporation is taking place, balancing it out, keeping the earth’s temperature stable. Blocking out the sun will make the tropics cold and the polar regions even colder, depending on how much of the sun is blocked, of course.
The earth is, and has been in an ice age for 35 million years (now in a cold interglacial period) due to the amount of oceans located out of the tropical zones and the warm sun’s inluence. This is a natural consequence of where the continents are located in relation to each other and how that, of course is dictating where the ocean currents can flow.
To block out the sun, just a little bit will potential be very serious and could have a dire effect on the world’s population, animals and crops. Even before any sunlight is blocked, i.e. today – many times more people are freezing to death each year than succumbs to heat (Only sick and old people die of heat while everybody dies of cold).
Everything is losing heat all the time. The earth is losing energy over twice the area size compared to the area that is heated, even as little as 1% drop in incoming solar radiation, over time could tip us into a new, full blown ice age.
These people who is suggesting this are not scientists, they are just evil, currupt, ignorant and, again EVIL!!
R. J. L.
Nick Pope – The Daily Caller
A team of climate scientists want to launch enormous umbrellas into space to reduce the Earth’s exposure to the sun and fight climate change.
A team of climate scientists want to launch enormous umbrellas into space to reduce the Earth’s exposure to the sun and fight climate change, The New York Times reported Friday.
The underlying idea is that large parasols could be positioned in space such that they marginally reduce the intensity of sunlight the Earth receives and thereby mitigate some global warming, the Times reported. In order to block out enough radiation, a single sunshade would need to be approximately the size of Argentina — nearly one million square miles — and would weigh about 2.5 million tons, so scientists are looking to prove the idea could work by first producing a 100-square foot prototype with the help of $10 to $20 million of funding.