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The term "neuropolitics" is of particular importance to the psychology of man-made climate change. I think the study of neuropolitics deserve a careful examination: Is it possible to control the neuropsychological behavior of peoples by creating illusions of fear and systemic disinformation? What do you think?
James says:Could we use absorption or reflection of sunlight by particulate matter to postpone global warming? This is said to occur after a massive dust particle release into the atmosphere and stratosphere with asteroid collision with us, or nuclear war or gigantic volcanic activity. Possibly silicates, aluminium?Land based experiments might estimate a graded amount to release. I don't suggest release to a level to dramatically reduce sunlight, just a tiny amount. The particles might eventually disperse, fast or slowly, depending on the height above the earth or the nature of the particles. They should degenerate and disperse over time. Krakatoa apparently altered the climate for some time.The sky might change colour a little. There may be other consequences, but would they be as bad as the consequences of climate change? I don't have faith in us humans taking adequate or timely reduction of carbon dioxide emission to avoid the consequences. Even if we totally stopped our own CO2 emission overnight and stopped forest clearing we can't avoid rapid global warming now. Those that believe we can may have their heads in the sand.Are there any other radical or useful approaches that may possibly assist - biological or physical?