Although odd, it's obvious to me how smoke and mirrors made it into the proposal, but dumping iron dust into the ocean? Would that decrease the water's reflectivity? Seems as though the fish might not appreciate it.
Splinters of ice peel off from one of the sides of the Perito Moreno glacier during the southern hemisphere's winter months, near the city of El Calafate in southern Argentina, in this July 7, 2008 file photo. Dumping iron dust in the seas or placing smoke and mirrors in the sky to dim the sun could help a world struggling to curb global warming, according to backers of extreme technologies.