Harvard, Yale scientists have a plan to do something about that pesky sun warming the earth

When real life collides with The Simpsons

The “scientific” left in this country are determined to do something about a problem they say threatens the whole of humanity, even if they have to accidentally kill everybody in the process:

That’s just how I like my “settled science” to sound — with alleged solutions that start with “it sounds crazy, but…”

From CNN:

Scientists are proposing an ingenious but as-yet-unproven way to tackle climate change: spraying sun-dimming chemicals into the Earth’s atmosphere.

The research by scientists at Harvard and Yale universities, published in the journal Environmental Research Letters, proposes using a technique known as stratospheric aerosol injection, which they say could cut the rate of global warming in half.
The technique would involve spraying large amounts of sulfate particles into the Earth’s lower stratosphere at altitudes as high as 12 miles. The scientists propose delivering the sulfates with specially designed high-altitude aircraft, balloons or large naval-style guns.

Nothing better than an “as-yet unproven way to tackle” a problem that is as-yet unproven. But at least they’re admitting that it’s the sun that is in fact warming the world.

When real life collides with The Simpsons:

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2 thoughts on “Harvard, Yale scientists have a plan to do something about that pesky sun warming the earth”

  1. Hey how come when business puts stuff in the air it warms the earth but when socialists put stuff in the air it cools the earth?

  2. I don’t understand why they would have to use chemicals and innovative delivery devices when the solution is so easy. Just build lots of gigantic beach umbrellas.

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