Deepwater6 Posted June 11, 2011 Report Share Posted June 11, 2011 I saw a news item that said the huge pile of snow from this past winter is still there in June because of dirt and road grit is insulating it. I believe the recap said Boston. I look at Global warming the way I look at cheeseburger's. It will some day be my demise, but probably not today. Would it be possible/feasible to try and coat at least some of the glaciers and snow packs with a low cost product that would delay the pace of melting? I would assume it could be applied by planes that operate like crop duster's. Of course depending on what is used it would ruin the pristine look of it, but that is better than your small country going under in another part of the world. I guess my question is how much would we need to insulate to make the melting stop or even let the glaciers grow again from the decrease of heat if we were able to do it? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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