Cooler Earth

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Campaign created 10 months ago
Two years ago I thought of an idea to reduce the rate of global warming. Since that time I have spent hundreds of hours trying to prove my theory wrong. I have failed.
After two years of research and planning I have decided to put my idea to the scientific community for their consideration.
This concept is simple, yet it has the potential to change the lives of millions of people who are currently suffering needlessly. It will also generate billions of dollars for investors and create jobs in an area where few exist. Sounds too good to be true right? Its possible and it is true. The biggest obstacle in the way is funding the research.
Please donate to the cause to help us get the research started. The first step is on faith. We need to hire a legal team before going public so that we do everything the proper way. After the legal team is in place we will release a short video documentary outlining the concept as well as the many benefits that we believe will be created.
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Desert Oasis

Many scientists, (almost all) appear to agree that the earths temperature is on the rise and that the polar ice caps are in danger of melting because of it. There are thousands of opinions on what should be done about it. Many governments have initiated carbon emission standards in an effort to slow the process down. Industry has responded (slowly it seems) with initiatives to reduce emissions. Is it enough or is it too little too late?
If the situation is as dire as it appears to be, then I think that all ideas should be considered and held up to scientific scrutiny and reviewed. Not by any one scientist but by many and then accepted or discarded. The answer will not be simple I’m sure, but I also believe everything should be considered with an open mind. To dismiss something without proper review could be missing out on an opportunity. Limited success is still success and if enough small changes occur then we will still make a difference.
What if there was a way to cool the temperature of a very hot and very harsh location?
What if we tamed the sahara desert?
Sounds ridiculous at first. Actually it sounds ridiculous later too.
If there was a way to cool the desert even a little bit could it make a difference? This is the question I want science to consider with an open mind.

How do you cool the Sahara?

One thing that we have learned in modern history is how to build pipelines. What if we built a pipeline into the Western Sahara desert and pumped sea water to create a body of water big enough to create a new eco system. Obviously sea water is not for irrigating, but if a body of water was big enough to cause it to rain then vegetation could be supported. The introduction of vegetation where there is none currently is beneficial to reducing co2.
The environmental impact would be enormous and obviously there is a lot to consider and study but if the current situation is as dire as it seems then all ideas should be considered.
This is the reason I started a go fund me page. This is the question I want answered. I want to study the possibilities and the ramifications of building a desert oasis on a scale that creates an entire eco system in one of the harshest places on earth.
Could the key to slowing a warming trend be to start a cooling trend in the Sahara desert, or are the environmental impacts too risky to try?
This is only an introduction to the concept. There is a lot to consider moving forward.
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