Okay I've heard a few theorys on the effects of climate change.
Theres the classical green house gas one where we're going to over heat and melt the polar ice caps and the whole place floods. Which is the generally accepted one and "we all know it".
Another one is that the gulf stream is going to swap which would mean that the northern ice cap will expand over most of mainland europe and north america (maybe exaggerating a bit but in time it could). This depends on the amount of salt water in the sea or something like that.
So if former happens and more water is in the sea this would dilute the amount of salt in the sea. So couldn't this possibly force the gulf stream to jump and cancel out the ice cap shrinkage?
Okay now if only one of them happens would we be able to 'nail' the climate change? I mean if the gulf stream goes couldn't we just dump millions of tons of salt in the sea to switch it back. Failing this to prevent over heating we could cover some unpopulated land with an equivilent to aluminium foil to reflect sunlight away. I know they are both pritty dumb ideas but in effect they should work, i mean ever put a potatoe on the BBQ with the silverside on the outside? Mine came out 30 mins later still cold inside. Im sure some big brainy scientist would be able to come up with a more efficient idea but these were off the top of my head.
1) Nature force the gulf stream to jump and cancel out the ice cap shrinkage?
2) Lots of tin foil and salt stop climate change?
3) These be stupid questions?