Global Effects would be equal

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Global Effects would be equal
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2017
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The term Climate Engineering (CE) specifically describes large-scale technical methods that can be used to reduce the concentration of CO2 in the atmosphere or to reduce incoming solar radiation. Recently, some scientists and politicians have begun discussing the possibility of using CE to deal with climate change.

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so the first question is how unequal are the effects of solar team of sharing and many of us including me early on thought that they would be quite unequal indeed the reason that there were the first climate model experiments on solar generation is that some people said that it would work very well and several of us most importantly can't caldera said no you're wrong it will not work very well because even if you can get the global temperature to be the same turning down the Sun is just not anti co2 and so the climate will be quite different and so can when also did the first simulations to show how badly it worked and in fact it worked pretty well now we've done simulations quite carefully using the full suite of models that are used by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and what they show is in fact it's amazing how equal
it is of course it's not perfectly equal but really as a surprise it appears that
if you do a little bit of solar team adhering essentially all regions see almost all climate parameters get closer to pre-industrial but as the change the rate of change gets lower so it reduces the change in precipitation it reduces
extreme events for precipitation and it can reduce temperatures so you can do a
combination of those things it will never be perfectly equal but but the big surprise is it actually looks much more equal than many other things that dinner object is global public policy
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