A climate scientist has said he is ‘terrified’ of the futuristic technologies he is helping to develop in a bid to slow global warming.
British academics have spent £5.4 million ($8.5 million) in the last five years on taxpayer-funded ‘geoengineering’ projects to stop the effects of climate change.
Dr Matthew Watson, lead investigator of a £1.8million ($2.8 million) project to pump chemicals into the atmosphere to reflect the sun’s rays, said using such technologies will become inevitable if humanity fails to stop global warming.
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