14 June 2019 |By Charlotte Edwards, Digital Technology and Science Reporter | The Sun |
Many experts are in favour of geoengineering, which involves manipulating the atmosphere by blocking sunlight or isolating excess carbon, but weather hacking in one region could have negative impacts in another and lead to global conflict, according to scientists.
It is solar geoengineering that appears to be the most problematic and not so much carbon capture because solar geoengineering would involve spraying chemicals into the air that would block some sunlight.
Ohio: 15 Memorial Day tornadoes confirmed; EF4 traveled 20 miles, over half-mile wide
28 May 2019
— The National Weather Service has confirmed that 15 tornadoes touched down on Memorial Day evening and into the next day, the largest one hitting Trotwood-Brookville-Riverside and Dayton. It was rated an EF4, carrying winds up to 170 mph, according to NWS investigators who are continuing to survey damage across the Miami Valley. More
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