So you Don’t Believe in Chemtrails?

IPCC warns not to stop chem­trails, aka ‘solar radi­a­tion man­age­ment’


Randy Anan­da (FFN) , – The Fifth Assess­ment Report of the Inter­gov­ern­men­tal Pan­el on Cli­mate Change (IPCC) warns that, despite glob­al side effects and long-term con­se­quences, geo­engi­neer­ing tech­niques involv­ing solar radi­a­tion man­age­ment (SRM) should be main­tained:

If SRM were ter­mi­nat­ed for any rea­son, there is high con­fi­dence that glob­al sur­face tem­per­a­tures would rise very rapid­ly to val­ues con­sis­tent with the green­house gas forc­ing.” [empha­sis in orig­i­nal]

Cli­mate Change 2013: The Phys­i­cal Sci­ence Basis,” (referred to as “AR5”) super­sedes the for­mer report pub­lished in 2007. The IPCC’s First Assess­ment Report was pub­lished in 1990. (In case the Sum­ma­ry con­tain­ing that warn­ing is changed, here is the ver­sion down­loaded on Nov. 3, 2013.)

The dis­cus­sion in the Sum­ma­ry for Pol­i­cy­mak­ers and in the body of AR5 com­mends solar radi­a­tion man­age­ment over car­bon diox­ide removal meth­ods, which are lim­it­ed in their effi­ca­cy on a glob­al scale, yet admits that nei­ther are ide­al, and that both geo­engi­neer­ing tech­niques will have long-term and poten­tial­ly unknown con­se­quences.

Full Sto­ry at: NSNBC Inter­na­tion­al


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