Physics of weather modification and geoengineering approaches trap earths heat

Every time we put a substance, except oxygen, into our atmosphere we are putting up walls that stop heat release from the Earth to space. Heat release is the correct physics problem to tackle, not putting up more walls to block heat escape. Reactive oxygen, activated by the sun removes heat trapping substances.

I am inviting all scientists and policymakers to contact me with how to advise the AMS and other agencies that weather modification aerosols have failed to address the problem correctly. Please forward this blog to help others realize that science focused on the wrong physics and that we can still attempt the correct approach with a lot of work which has been started. The alternative is much disaster and is coming quickly upon us. You and I deserve to have correct science problems being addressed. Any important email comments can be directed to: viva.cundliffe@gmail.com

Atmospheric Research

Volumes 135–136, January 2014, Pages 102-111
Atmospheric Research

The effect of aerosols on long wave radiation and global warming

Highlights

The effect of aerosols on LW radiation was studied with narrowband LW calculations.

Aerosols were added to the LW scheme based on observations in Europe and China.

A stratospheric aerosol load was found to induce strong local LW warming.

A near-surface aerosol load was found to have an effect similar to a thin low cloud.

Aerosol induced LW greenhouse effect is non-negligible under heavy aerosol loads.

Abstract

The effect of aerosols on long wave (LW) radiation was studied based on narrowband LW calculations in a reference mid-latitude summer atmosphere with and without aerosols. Aerosols were added to the narrowband LW scheme based on their typical schematic observed spectral and vertical behaviour over European land areas. This was found to agree also with the spectral aerosol data from the Lan Zhou University Semi-Arid Climate Observatory and Laboratory measurement stations in the north-western China.

A volcanic stratospheric aerosol load was found to induce local LW warming and a stronger column “greenhouse effect” than a doubled CO2 concentration. A heavy near-surface aerosol load was found to increase the downwelling LW radiation to the surface and to reduce the outgoing LW radiation, acting very much like a thin low cloud in increasing the LW greenhouse effect of the atmosphere. The short wave reflection of white aerosol has, however, stronger impact in general, but the aerosol LW greenhouse effect is non-negligible under heavy aerosol loads.

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