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Why did the US military allow Al Qaeda into Iraq? Why didn't they secure the borders?

Why did the US military allow Al Qaeda into Iraq? Why didn't they secure the borders?

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Well the point of the greenhouse effect is that solar energy enters the Earth's atmosphere and then gets trapped by the increased gasses. So the idea of the space reflectors is to reflect the energy before it enters the Earth's atmosphere. If you stuck things in the ocean, not only would you still be allowing the energy into Earth's atmosphere, but you'd kill a lot of things in the ocean that require light to function. One of the main things you'd kill would be phytoplankton, which is one of the very organisms that remove the most carbon dioxide from the atmosphere in the first place. Of course killing the primary source of food for oceanic organisms would be environmentally catastrophic, too, so I can't say I recommend this method. Remember also that the Earth is really, really, really big. Small technological corrections are not going to help with global warming. It will require sustained effort over many years. That is why so many people fight it, because there is no simple solution. Launching crap into space is really, really expensive. A single volcano releases millions of tons of reflectors (ash) into the stratosphere. For humans to launch this much stuff into space would be impossible with current propulsion methods. Thus, space reflectors are not a very practical solution at the moment. There are currently much more practical solutions, such as driving slower and planting a few trees, which you should be doing anyway, because trees are pretty, and you should want to save money on gasoline.
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