Extinct but not forgotten Staff Member
Hmmmmm . . . The point is in the title of the thread . . . If I were going to create an Intentional Covert Atmospheric Aerosol Injection Program . . . This is what I would do . . . Just demonstrating how plausible it would be . . .
Bottom-line argument for the EXISTENCE of an ICAAIP (Intentional Covert Atmospheric Aerosol Injection Program)
1) There is no significant barrier to full implementation of efforts to alter the climate . . . Except public scrutiny!!!!!
2) The technology, materials, budget, infrastructure, and motives have been ripe for decades . . .
3) The timeline between scientific proposals and feasibility has been more than sufficient. . . . The arguments of unintended side effects have been engaged and found acceptable. . . .
4) The materials are abundant, the airframes are more than adequate for the missions. . . . The manpower, facilities and techniques for security and secrecy are well practiced . . .
5) THE ONLY ARGUMENT is HAVE they been doing it for years, just recently started or have yet to start????????
January 30, 1998
hoover digest » 1998 no. 1 » environment
Sunscreen for Planet Earth
by Edward Teller
"Global warming is too serious to be left to the politicians. Hoover fellow Edward Teller suggests a scientific solution to the problem. (If there is a problem, that is.)"
"Injecting sunlight-scattering particles into the stratosphere appears to be a promising approach. Why not do that?"