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Re: Read an Interesting article. Do you think the Salt Sink Theory could work?
      Sun Aug 05 2018 03:24 PM

A couple thoughts that mostly echo the one above.

1. Disrupting ocean currents and tempatures is not only hard, but dangerous. We have no idea what the concequences would be, but from our collective experience, when we can modify nature, it usually goes poorly.

2. We need Hurricanes. Strong ones. They're massive heat engines that convert heat into energy. The more Hurricanes, the slower global warming will progress. The big key would be to figure out how to significantly weaken, or completely dissipate the storm just before landfall.

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* Read an Interesting article. Do you think the Salt Sink Theory could work? Handymancopy Sun Aug 05 2018 03:24 PM
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