Since it would be WAY too much to ask corporate energy companies to adopt strategies that don’t pollute our world, scientists have found a workaround: Spraying particles into our atmosphere that would reflect the sun’s radiation back into space. It’s a solar geoengineering experiment that scientists hope will solve the issues created by global warming. We have no idea whether the universal equivalent of shaking up a can of nonstick spray and coating our stratosphere is even safe or beneficial. But we certainly know who WILL benefit: Oil companies that continue destroy our water, land and air to make huge profits. Lee Camp has this and more on the latest Redacted Tonight.
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US scientists launch world’s biggest solar geoengineering study