Listen to this asinine backwards thinking from a group of professional climatologists, pleading justification for a continuance, to reign its geoenineering assault upon our earth; demanding that it is a necessary evil to mitigate solar radiation impacting the surface, which, on the other hand, has such abysmal side effects that would make our planet uninhabitable.
The Fifth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) warns that, despite global side effects and long-term consequences, geoengineering techniques involving solar radiation management (SRM) should be maintained:
Solar radiation management comprises various techniques aimed at reflecting or diverting solar radiation back into space, essentially increasing the planet’s albedo (reflectivity). Many geoengineers, along with the IPCC, prefer solar radiation management methods to carbon dioxide removal as a climate fix, given the planet’s complex carbon feedback loops, and the much cheaper and quicker method of spraying our skies with albedo-enhancing particles.
Contained within these albedo-enhancing particles is a toxic blend of elements hazardous to all organic life on the surface of the earth.
“Block the sun but continue to spew billions of tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere,” is how Eli Kintisch characterizes SRM in his 2010 book, Hack the Planet.  In a world run by sanity, we would forego fossil fuels for free and abundant solar energy, coupled with Tesla’s development of free electricity, to meet the world’s energy needs, without destroying our nest by extracting and burning fossil fuels.
As long as carbon aspirating dinosaurs populate the growing, wealthy phallic symbols that pierce the sky, where the enchantment from fat bottom-lines is more alluring than a concern for life, you can kiss our host, Gaia, Mother Earth goodbye.
Solar radiation management has “three essential characteristics,” notes the International Risk Governance Council (IRGC). “It is cheap, fast and imperfect,”  Citing geoengineering activist, David Keith, the IRGC explains that by injecting 13,000 tons of sulphate aerosol into the stratosphere on a daily basis, they would offset the radiative effects of a doubling of atmospheric CO2 concentrations. This compares to having to remove “225 million tons per day of CO2 from the atmosphere for 25 years.”
Were reason to prevail, we would capture solar energy, not block it; we would shun fossil fuels, not wage ecocidal wars to seize remaining supplies. In today’s world, however, policymakers have diverted billions of dollars into blocking the sun. Efficient systems cost around $10 billion a year, “well within the budgets of most countries,” notes the IRGC.
Meanwhile, On November 21st, 2014, another, diverse group of concerned professionals assembled in Northern California to discuss the profound environmental and human health dangers posed by the ongoing global climate engineering programs. This very important panel was completely ignored by the Public Relations Firms of Mainstream News organizations.
In other posts, Dane Wigington has made it perfectly clear that once the ‘science’ of Geoengineering has pushed our planet beyond the point of any comfortable return to a natural semblance of balance, there won’t be any other options but to continue the application of this reckless ‘science.’ In other words, like a rubber band, violently stretched to its limits–the new normal–any sudden release would invite a catastrophic, re-percussive whiplash, as the envelope of Earth’s ecosystem snaps back to its own determined equilibrium.