Gallery: Harvard Scientist Proposes a Way to Refreeze the Arctic to Com...


The amount of ice in the Arctic Ocean shrunk to an all time low in September, with the area covered now only half of what it was in the 1980s. This alarming development along with the global community’s inability to come to a consensus about cutting CO2 emissions has led Harvard professor of applied physics David Keith to look at a technological solution to reversing the warming of the Arctic. In a paper published in Nature Climate Change and an affiliated study in the Environmental Research Letters, Keith proposes a way to refreeze the Arctic through geoengineering.

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  1. Michelle Province January 22, 2015 at 5:05 pm

    Geoengineering has been implemented since 1996 and we can see where that has left us. They have caused the problem, and now they propose to sell us the “cure”. Look up, wake up, speak up. Don’t let these psychopaths win.

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