Solar Engineering Attempts

PUBLISHED: 7:26 PM 6 Apr 2018

Third World Countries Take On Global Warming With Controversial Solar Technique

The process is called “solar geoengineering” and could be dangerous.

The global warming community is looking to developing nations to begin testing their latest science.

Developing third world nations are expected to receive an abundance of foreign aid. The liberal scientific community announced their new plans in tackling the most difficult problems facing impoverished nations–global warming. 

The new controversial ideas come straight out of a book of conspiracies and chemtrails. The new tactics being planned to fight global warming, “could be very helpful or very harmful,” because they do not seem logical or prudent. Perhaps these ‘scientists’ should study climate history before enacting their risky plan. 

In the science journal Nature, an article was published on Wednesday which determined the greatest threat to the developing world – global warming. In order to fight the irresponsible chemical pollution of the planet, these scholars suggest spraying chemicals into the atmosphere to try and diminish the effects of sunshine.

Twelve scientists from countries including Thailand, India, Bangladesh, China, Jamaica, Ethiopia, and Brazil, contributed to the article. Suggesting the need to diminish the level of sunlight shining on the planet, the scholars inferred that only the poorest of countries were affected by global warming.

Using a man-made chemical to create shade from the sun, the article asserts the manufactured parasol would be less harmful than the rise in global temperatures.

The solar geo-engineering research is heavily led by well-funded universities such as Harvard and Oxford. Studying the effects of volcanic eruptions spewing ash into the atmosphere, the teams are learning how to cool the earth.

Lead author from the Bangladesh Centre for Advanced Studies, Atiq Rahman implied that developing nations needed to contribute to the fight against global warming in one form or another. Rahman suggested the crazy idea will see the next level of testing and development soon.

The Solar Radiation Management Governance Initiative (SRMGI) announced a new $400,000 research project into the field of solar geo-engineering. Asking for a scientist to apply for finance, the SRMGI is looking to fund the research and development of new techniques to combat the solar radiation.

The SRMGI is funded mostly by the Open Philanthropy Project run by Dustin Moskovitz and his wife, Cari Tuna. Moskovitz was a co-founder Facebook.

The group is looking to expand research into the effects solar geo-engineering could have on droughts and floods. Project director for SRMGI, Andy Parker, helped to co-author the Nature article and suggested the fund will help regional surveys improve in quality.

One of the proposed methods include spraying aluminum dust particles into the atmosphere to reflect the sunlight. Another proposal would employ seeding clouds with sulfur particulate.

Atiq Rahman declared it may be too soon to decide if the solar geo-engineering will work. The controversial methods, Rahman admits, could be potentially very harmful for the environment.

The panel of climate experts employed by the United Nations recently leaked their global warming report. Due to be published in October, the United Nations expressed skepticism over the prospects of solar geo-engineering.

Declaring the methods to be socially and economically nonviable, the United Nations feels the artificial shade is institutionally infeasible.

The draft of the global warming report identified other risks to include weather disruption and climate change. Once started, the solar reflectors may be impossible to remove or control as changing winds move the chemicals around.

The United Nations speculated that new developments would create an incentive for people to continue using fossil fuels. As a limited resource, fossil fuels are being asked to make way for green energies on the international stage.

Solar panels could face the largest impact from decreased sunlight.

Atiq Rahman suggested that most industrialized nations have already failed in their attempt to reduce carbon emissions. Making pledges and promises such as the Paris agreement to switch to green energy, such international accords failed to hold nations accountable or penalize the worse offenders.

President Donald Trump has been adamant in his resolve to protect the American worker. Removing some of the crippling regulations experienced by companies has helped tremendously to improve the economy.

Many of the regulations being removed, critics suggest, are those imposed by Obama to protect the environment. In a move of prophetic wisdom, the president has distanced himself from the global warming movement.

Suggesting that pumping more chemicals into the atmosphere or producing chemtrails over the skies will help the planet in the long run, global warming alarmists have been scamming the American worker for decades. Imposing their twisted science onto the most vulnerable nations, globalists are trying to control the planet despite the opposition of President Trump.