Net-zero catastrophe beginning?

Burl Henry *

Senior Engr. IBM Corp (retired) Poughkeerpsie, New York, USA.
Short Communication
World Journal of Advanced Research and Reviews, 2022, 16(01), 641–642
Article DOI: 10.30574/wjarr.2022.16.1.1035
Publication history: 
Received on 09 September 2022; revised on 18 October 2022; accepted on 21 October 2022
Historically, warm eras such as the Minoan Warm Period, the Roman Warm Period, and the Medieval Warm Period were all eras where there was very little volcanic activity, with the result that their atmospheres were normally free of dimming volcanic SO2 aerosol emissions, This allowed world-wide temperatures to rise 2 to 4 degrees above current temperatures, causing droughts, famines, and the demise of earlier cultures around the world.
Current Net-Zero activities banning the burning of fossil fuels and their SO2 aerosol emissions will have the unintended consequence of causing temperatures to rise to those of the earlier eras.
Climate Change; Net Zero; SO2 aerosols; CO2
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