Another Investigation Exonerates the 'Climategate' Scientists

Interesting Times7/07/2010 4:38:00 pm PDT

re: #329 LudwigVanQuixote

I assure you it won’t. Or perhaps better said, we can solve it now with the technology we have. In twenty years, it will be beyond the technology we can even imagine to fix if we just start trying to do something then.

Here’s something I’ve been meaning to tell you about for a while - I haven’t had time to watch the videos yet, but there looks to be some great info here:

A Key Strand in the Web of Life: PhytoPlankton

The green areas in this next clip, show the Plankton Blooms that routinely take in Carbon Dioxide, and put back Oxygen. The cycle that the Web of Life very much depends on.

It goes on to talk about the pros and cons of “geoengineering” more of the stuff. On that note, do you think any of the geoengineering ideas out there actually show any promise? You’ve said yourself that, even if CO2 emissions drop to zero right now, all that’s already trapped in the atmosphere will continue to cause warming…so, it would be good to know if there was at least something out there that could deal with it, and is worth more research dollars…