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Futuristic 'Cloudseeders'

Futuristic 'Cloudseeders'

Professors John Latham and Stephen Salter have proposed a radical idea to help fight global climate change. The two have designed a fleet of yachts called "cloudseeders," (pictured) which would pump fine particles of sea water into clouds, thickening them to reflect more sunlight back into space. Their calculations show that a mere 3% increase in cloud reflectivity could be enough to balance global warming caused by higher CO2 levels. Read more and view video at BBC News(1).

1. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/programmes/6354759.stm

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