Harvard Scientists Are Really Launching a Sun-Blocking Geoengineering Experiment

Philippines, Volcano Pinatubo erupting

If we’re not going to stop climate change by reducing emissions, then we’re going to have to engineer some outlandish way to save civilization—that’s the basic logic behind geoengineering, which researchers in certain circles have been talking up for the past ten-plus years. Now, somebody’s actually going to try it, at least as a small-scale test.

One of these wild ideas is to fill the atmosphere with particles that block some sunlight from getting through. Harvard scientists are about to launch a small amount of these particles into the stratosphere in a test to be held next year.

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New satellite images reveal activity at unidentified North Korean missile base

New satellite images obtained exclusively by CNN reveal North Korea has significantly expanded a key long-range missile base located in the mountainous interior of the country.New satellite images obtained exclusively by CNN reveal North Korea has significantly expanded a key long-range missile base located in the mountainous interior of the country, offering yet another reminder that diplomatic talks with the US have done little to prevent Kim Jong Un from pursuing his promise to mass produce and deploy the existing types of nuclear warheads in his arsenal.

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‘WE CAN KILL JOURNALISTS’: PUTIN’S HIGH-FIVE WITH SAUDI PRINCE IS A ‘SNAPSHOT OF THE FUTURE,’ MSNBC PANEL WARNS

See the source imagePanelists on MSNBC’s Morning Joe raised concerns on Wednesday morning about the repercussions of President Donald Trump’s personal relationship with Russian leader Vladimir Putin and Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.

Co-host Mika Brzezinski pointed to a viral clip of the two foreign leaders exchanging a high-five like old friends at the G20 Summit in Argentina over the weekend. Asking about the interaction, Brzezinski called the greeting “sick.”

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Sen. Graham: If we don’t stop Saudi Arabia now, it’ll get worse

See the source imageThis is a rush transcript from “The Story,” December 4, 2018. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated.

MARTHA MACCALLUM, HOST: Good evening, everybody. And breaking tonight, Senator Lindsey Graham will join me. An outspoken advocate of the president at times. And in this STORY, an outspoken critic.

He is just out of the CIA briefing on the Khashoggi killing and he is fired up tonight.

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