Reflect sunlight back to space to reduce global warming


What does the title remind you of? Why, of course, my January essay offering the "the solution to global warming."

Now, following my lead, world famous climate scientist Professor Paul Crutzen - a Nobel Prize winner - has proposed a plan that is very similar to my own. He wants to float sulpher particles in the upper atmosphere, which would then reflect sunlight back to the Sun. His article will appear in August's issue of Climate Change, and I'll try to arrange an excerpt here at Huff And Blow.

If that's not good enough news for you, consider this: all those particles will make sunrises and sunsets simply spectacular.