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+ - The climate scientist who pioneered geoengineering explains why it might blow up

Submitted by merbs
merbs (2708203) writes "At the first major climate engineering conference, Stanford climatologist Ken Caldeira explains how and why we might come to live on a geoengineered planet, how the field is rapidly growing (and why that's dangerous), and what the odds are that humans will try to hijack the Earth's thermostat."
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The climate scientist who pioneered geoengineering explains why it might blow up

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