Claim: Blocking solar radiation worth $5 trillion in economic benefit

Warmists are crazy. How is it possible to predict this?

The media release and abstract are below.


Economics of climate engineering

Using a cost-effectiveness analysis, a study finds that retaining solar radiation management (SRM), which involves injecting sunlight-reflecting particles into the stratosphere, as a future alternative for constraining the global temperature to 2.4° C above pre-industrial levels by 2100 could result in an economy of US $2.5-5.9 trillion between 1990 and 2049; these savings are earned even before SRM is deployed, arise from a reduction in climate change mitigation measures, and offset the costs associated with side effects of SRM.

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5 thoughts on “Claim: Blocking solar radiation worth $5 trillion in economic benefit”

  1. They claim the sun isn’t causing global warming, only man made CO2 is. So how can they justify blocking the sun’s rays to prevent global warming?

  2. The radical sky is falling folks have finally learned the secret of being able to predict things and not have to worry about being held accountable for their insanities: just make sure that whatever you predict is far enough into the future to preclude any chance of being around when it doesn’t happen. What puzzles me is why it took supposedly brilliant scientists this long to figure that out. Obviously, the operative word here is “supposedly”.

  3. Hey, hey, hey! Acts of stupidity taken to prevent the occurrence of fantastical future stupidity is now worth trillions of dollars?

    Has this been a part of what the Federal Reserve has been using as justification for keeping their counterfeiting and money laundering operations going full speed ahead?

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