Re: Why lack of interest in Global Climate Control?

Chris Hind (
Fri, 27 Sep 1996 13:18:00 -0700

>Well, if you lived on Cuba you would probably think it was reasonable.
>Besides, I got the impression the results were rather inconclusive.
>My guess is that it is easier to influence systems with no strong
>positive feedback loops, especially chaotic ones. Hurricanes seem to be
>rather stable structures. Of course, if we can set up our own feedback
>loops (as with algae blooms), then we can get interesting abilities.

Are there any other methods we could use other than HAARP to heat portions
of the atmosphere possibly less expensively? Also I heard long ago in
california someone (I don't recall who) proposed installing huge fans in the
mountains to blow smog out into the desert. Is that practical? Could it
actually be accomplished? I'm not sure anyone in the desert would like it