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Space Program and the Environment

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{Nature_and_Environment.21.1}: {redleader} Tue, 15 Jun 2004 17:04:35 CDT (5 lines)
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   What are some of the views of using high tech or "space age"
methods such as mirrors in space to mitigate global warming?

   I think it might be OK, as long as it isn't a substitute for
carbon cuts.

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{Nature_and_Environment.21.2}: Tom Elliot {telliot} Thu, 17 Jun 2004 03:36:47 CDT (HTML)

I rather doubt mirrors in space would do much to reduce global warming. For far less investment we can deal with it right here without having to climb up the gravity well.

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