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Scientists' crazy plan to refreeze the Arctic

Scientists' crazy plan to refreeze the Arctic

(4:25) As the temperature continues to rise, the Arctic ice caps continue to melt. So what are scientists planning to do about it? Seeker Daily YT channel

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Guest: Real mad (501 days ago)

Well given past form, tell a few whoppers and hold out a collecting tin.

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Well given past form, tell a few whoppers and hold out a collecting tin.

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London1 London1 (501 days ago)

Couldn't agree more. This channel is total garbage.

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Couldn't agree more. This channel is total garbage.

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Guest: Guest? (499 days ago)

We could feed Kool Aid to all Americans and get them to piss over the Arctic - that should help. Another suggestion: , , , why not build a giant umbrella in the stratosphere over the Arctic, to block the sunlight! I am sure readers here can come up with many more . . . . . . ANY IDEAS?

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We could feed Kool Aid to all Americans and get them to piss over the Arctic - that should help. Another suggestion: , , , why not build a giant umbrella in the stratosphere over the Arctic, to block the sunlight! I am sure readers here can come up with many more . . . . . . ANY IDEAS?

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Guest: Howboutthat (498 days ago)
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When the oceanic current patterns shift, established farmlands just stop working, or a positive feedback effect from subsea methane hydrates or Arctic soil methane occur, it will be too late to grudgingly decide to "try something to fix it." Think of efforts to switch to renewable energy, limit carbon emission- or even experiment with methods of reducing solar heating in the Arctic- like attempts to put out a kitchen fire before it extends beyond a frying pan or putting antibiotic on a wound before gangrene requires amputation. A stitch in time... may still work.

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When the oceanic current patterns shift, established farmlands just stop working, or a positive feedback effect from subsea methane hydrates or Arctic soil methane occur, it will be too late to grudgingly decide to "try something to fix it." Think of efforts to switch to renewable energy, limit carbon emission- or even experiment with methods of reducing solar heating in the Arctic- like attempts to put out a kitchen fire before it extends beyond a frying pan or putting antibiotic on a wound before gangrene requires amputation. A stitch in time... may still work.

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