Front Page Prolog
Introduction to this page:
What: A clear strategy must be established before the struggle with Climate Change can be a total victory.
How: To get Planet Earth to cool down, we have to reduce the air's CO2 concentration to BELOW TODAY'S LEVELS to get the cold of space to suck out the heat that has been absorbed by Earth's air, water, and melting ice.
Getting CO2 back down to 280 ppm will restore things to what we consider "normal".
Going Back Toward The Ice Age
To completely undo Climate Change we have to:
1. Complete the IPCC's program
of 'Total Decarbonization of energy, cement, and all other processes that
into the air' to halt Climate Change's heat intensification.
2. Establish a program for 'Air Remediation' to reduce air's CO2 to a level a 280 ppm or less to cause the cold of space to remove Climate Change's excess heat from Planet Earth.
6 Ways to Remove Carbon Pollution CO2
from the Sky
1) Forests 2) Farms 3) Bio-energy with Carbon Capture and Storage (BECCS) 4) Direct Air Capture 5) Seawater Capture 6) Enhanced Weathering
Researchers used data on Earth's orbit
to find the historical warm interglacial period that looks most like the current
one and from this have predicted that the next ice age would usually
begin within 1,500 years. - Wikipedia
There are two parts to bringing Climate Change under control. 1, Complete decarbonization to halt the progressive intensification of Climate Change. 2, Remove enough carbon dioxide (CO2) from the air to bring the concentration of CO2 in the air down to 250 parts per million (PPM). This touch of ice age should be enough to begin pulling out enough of the extra heat Planet Earth has soaked up over the Fossil Fuel Industrial Age to begin restoring things to normal. This may sound flippant, but it is a realistic minimum based on the technology that is emerging for removing CO2 from the air IF WE HAVE THE TIME.
Putting the "Ice Ages" period in time perspective of Earth's last half billion years.
Ice Age Cycles are caused by cyclic changes in Planet Earth's orbit around the Sun
Your Climate Change Outlook