Climate scientists want to pollute the atmosphere in order to prevent extreme weather.
They know this will work, because they say people tried this experiment in 1974.
So how did that 1974 experiment work out?
The worst tornado outbreak in US history.
On Christmas Day, 1974 – at the peak of the ice age scare – winds from category 4 Cyclone Tracy destroyed 90% of the homes in Darwin, Australia.
What could possibly go wrong with the experiment? Other than frozen people, tornadoes, hurricanes and flooding. And of course, reduced sunlight for people relying on solar generated electricity.
via The Deplorable Climate Science Blog
December 2, 2018 at 09:04AM