I don't know. I just don't know about this one. The amount of "I-don't-know-about-this-one" is very high.
The White House is coordinating a five-year research plan to study ways of modifying the amount of sunlight that reaches the earth to temper the effects of global warming, a process sometimes called solar geoengineering or sunlight reflection. ...
Some of the techniques, such as spraying sulfur dioxide into the atmosphere, are known to have harmful effects on the environment and human health. But scientists and climate leaders who are concerned humanity will overshoot its emissions targets say research is important to figure out how to balance these risks against a possibly catastrophic rise in the earth's temperature.
Looking up in Joe Biden's America gonna be like:
I mean, is it possible that pumping literal sulfur dioxide into the atmosphere might have unforeseen consequences the likes of which nobody could possibly predict? Is it possible that this, I don't know, might not be a good idea?