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"tony del genio" Discussed on Tai Asks Why

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03:10 min | 2 months ago

"tony del genio" Discussed on Tai Asks Why

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"tony del genio" Discussed on Tai Asks Why

Tai Asks Why

06:26 min | 2 months ago

"tony del genio" Discussed on Tai Asks Why

"Now. . When we were born climate change is already kind of a big thing and that's because our parents and just people of the previous generation started building the factories in releasing these greenhouse gas into the like that Kinda take you off that they're just. . GonNa leave you this like dying planet. . Does that like annoy at all? ? I think it does these are my friends are just wanted to ask them if they're also super terrified about climate change I mean it's up to us for some reason to fix our planet in just to fix what all our ancestors have wrought upon us. . Okay. . So yeah, , we're on the same page. . It just feels like we're all just kinda like stock on this. . Sinking boat is the planet's heating up with no way to stop it maybe we need to dislike travel to Mars or something. . There are no planets in our solar system where human being could just get off the ship and walk around and live. . This is Tony Del Genio and I am a scientist for NASA. . BREAKING NASA I do research on Earth's climate and how the Earth's climate is changing because of the stuff that people are putting into the atmosphere and do research on other planets in the solar system I've been involved in a few NASA. . Space missions to other planets. . Awesome. . People on Earth may decide to try to colonize Mars, , but it's going to be a big challenge to do it because there are a lot of roadblocks to actually making it a place where people could live. . Moore's is an extremely cold planet much colder than human beings can tolerate and it's air is very thin. . It's less than one percent as thick as our atmosphere is and it's not made of nitrogen oxygen. The . things that we breathe it's made mostly of carbon dioxide and so human beings couldn't breathe it. . If you walked around without a spacesuit, , you'd immediately died. . Seems like impending doom. . So I. . Guess we're kind of stuck on earth. . But you know Tony says a might actually not be the worst. . Global warming is not going to kill off everyone. . It's going to make it harder to grow crops. . It's going to create more heatwaves it's going to. . Make it hard for people to live near the coast because of rising sea levels and so you have to find ways to adapt to climate change. . I had this idea since I was really little like six about my way to fix global warming and it's ridiculous but like when I was six. . I want to share this with. NASA . have to see my idea. . It's basically like a giant, , a C units like the AC unit in my home, , but it gets power off collecting the heat in the atmosphere and then use that to create steam the turns things we create like a sustainable environment with just like a whole bunch of these massive AC unit just littered around the globe because the hotter it got the more power, , get new return on faster than would stabilize, , and then the A. C. would slow down. . And I know it's ridiculous. . It was just this funny idea of wanted to talk to someone at NASA for for years. . So while the trick is you'd have to find a way to make these massive AC's without creating even more heat right because what an AC does is it takes heat out of one place but. . Pushes it someplace else? ? So around so that's always the problem with you can move it, , but it's hard to get rid of it entirely. . But just for good record I was six. . But yet like you know that's good idea for six maybe we could like grab the coldness from space we can just be like. . He'd outlets. Let's just . throw it out. . Yeah. . Well, , you know there are a lot of people who have. . About how to offset the heating that we're already causing one of the problems with any idea for Geo engineering is that the earth is pretty complicated place and something that you do in one place has an effect someplace else. . We're not smart enough yet to think five steps ahead and understand what all of the unintended consequences of one idea or another might be. . Still what most people would say is you're better off not putting so much carbon dioxide into the atmosphere in the first place. . But like. . Are you hopeful about the future? ? I am hopeful about the future you know we're not going to kill off all the life on earth. . All we have to do is some time in the relatively near future. . We just have to make decisions to limit the amount of greenhouse gases that we put into the atmosphere, , and there's still time for us to do that. . I believe that as people start to see in their own lives, , the evidence of climate change that some point we'll reach a tipping point in public opinion where people will say you know what? ? We really do have to do something about this. . You can't afford to be pessimistic. . We can't believe that we're doomed. . If we all feel that we're doomed than we've lost already. . I think especially, if , you're young, , you are the most important people really because. . You're the ones that will be running the countries in the world, , and you have to maintain optimism than not believe in you have to believe that the problems are serious but you have to also believe that there are solutions to the problems and it's just a matter of getting people to believe that it's time to start doing the right thing. .

How will we fix climate change?

Tai Asks Why

06:26 min | 2 months ago

How will we fix climate change?

"Now. When we were born climate change is already kind of a big thing and that's because our parents and just people of the previous generation started building the factories in releasing these greenhouse gas into the like that Kinda take you off that they're just. GonNa leave you this like dying planet. Does that like annoy at all? I think it does these are my friends are just wanted to ask them if they're also super terrified about climate change I mean it's up to us for some reason to fix our planet in just to fix what all our ancestors have wrought upon us. Okay. So yeah, we're on the same page. It just feels like we're all just kinda like stock on this. Sinking boat is the planet's heating up with no way to stop it maybe we need to dislike travel to Mars or something. There are no planets in our solar system where human being could just get off the ship and walk around and live. This is Tony Del Genio and I am a scientist for NASA. BREAKING NASA I do research on Earth's climate and how the Earth's climate is changing because of the stuff that people are putting into the atmosphere and do research on other planets in the solar system I've been involved in a few NASA. Space missions to other planets. Awesome. People on Earth may decide to try to colonize Mars, but it's going to be a big challenge to do it because there are a lot of roadblocks to actually making it a place where people could live. Moore's is an extremely cold planet much colder than human beings can tolerate and it's air is very thin. It's less than one percent as thick as our atmosphere is and it's not made of nitrogen oxygen. The things that we breathe it's made mostly of carbon dioxide and so human beings couldn't breathe it. If you walked around without a spacesuit, you'd immediately died. Seems like impending doom. So I. Guess we're kind of stuck on earth. But you know Tony says a might actually not be the worst. Global warming is not going to kill off everyone. It's going to make it harder to grow crops. It's going to create more heatwaves it's going to. Make it hard for people to live near the coast because of rising sea levels and so you have to find ways to adapt to climate change. I had this idea since I was really little like six about my way to fix global warming and it's ridiculous but like when I was six. I want to share this with. NASA have to see my idea. It's basically like a giant, a C units like the AC unit in my home, but it gets power off collecting the heat in the atmosphere and then use that to create steam the turns things we create like a sustainable environment with just like a whole bunch of these massive AC unit just littered around the globe because the hotter it got the more power, get new return on faster than would stabilize, and then the A. C. would slow down. And I know it's ridiculous. It was just this funny idea of wanted to talk to someone at NASA for for years. So while the trick is you'd have to find a way to make these massive AC's without creating even more heat right because what an AC does is it takes heat out of one place but. Pushes it someplace else? So around so that's always the problem with you can move it, but it's hard to get rid of it entirely. But just for good record I was six. But yet like you know that's good idea for six maybe we could like grab the coldness from space we can just be like. He'd outlets. Let's just throw it out. Yeah. Well, you know there are a lot of people who have. About how to offset the heating that we're already causing one of the problems with any idea for Geo engineering is that the earth is pretty complicated place and something that you do in one place has an effect someplace else. We're not smart enough yet to think five steps ahead and understand what all of the unintended consequences of one idea or another might be. Still what most people would say is you're better off not putting so much carbon dioxide into the atmosphere in the first place. But like. Are you hopeful about the future? I am hopeful about the future you know we're not going to kill off all the life on earth. All we have to do is some time in the relatively near future. We just have to make decisions to limit the amount of greenhouse gases that we put into the atmosphere, and there's still time for us to do that. I believe that as people start to see in their own lives, the evidence of climate change that some point we'll reach a tipping point in public opinion where people will say you know what? We really do have to do something about this. You can't afford to be pessimistic. We can't believe that we're doomed. If we all feel that we're doomed than we've lost already. I think especially, if you're young, you are the most important people really because. You're the ones that will be running the countries in the world, and you have to maintain optimism than not believe in you have to believe that the problems are serious but you have to also believe that there are solutions to the problems and it's just a matter of getting people to believe that it's time to start doing the right thing.

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"tony del genio" Discussed on Tai Asks Why

Tai Asks Why

05:45 min | 2 months ago

"tony del genio" Discussed on Tai Asks Why

"Now. . When we were born climate change is already kind of a big thing and that's because our parents and just people of the previous generation started building the factories in releasing these greenhouse gas into the like that Kinda take you off that they're just. . GonNa leave you this like dying planet. . Does that like annoy at all? ? I think it does these are my friends are just wanted to ask them if they're also super terrified about climate change I mean it's up to us for some reason to fix our planet in just to fix what all our ancestors have wrought upon us. . Okay. . So yeah, , we're on the same page. . It just feels like we're all just kinda like stock on this. . Sinking boat is the planet's heating up with no way to stop it maybe we need to dislike travel to Mars or something. . There are no planets in our solar system where human being could just get off the ship and walk around and live. . This is Tony Del Genio and I am a scientist for NASA. . BREAKING NASA I do research on Earth's climate and how the Earth's climate is changing because of the stuff that people are putting into the atmosphere and do research on other planets in the solar system I've been involved in a few NASA. . Space missions to other planets. . Awesome. . People on Earth may decide to try to colonize Mars, , but it's going to be a big challenge to do it because there are a lot of roadblocks to actually making it a place where people could live. . Moore's is an extremely cold planet much colder than human beings can tolerate and it's air is very thin. . It's less than one percent as thick as our atmosphere is and it's not made of nitrogen oxygen. The . things that we breathe it's made mostly of carbon dioxide and so human beings couldn't breathe it. . If you walked around without a spacesuit, , you'd immediately died. . Seems like impending doom. . So I. . Guess we're kind of stuck on earth. . But you know Tony says a might actually not be the worst. . Global warming is not going to kill off everyone. . It's going to make it harder to grow crops. . It's going to create more heatwaves it's going to. . Make it hard for people to live near the coast because of rising sea levels and so you have to find ways to adapt to climate change. . I had this idea since I was really little like six about my way to fix global warming and it's ridiculous but like when I was six. . I want to share this with. NASA . have to see my idea. . It's basically like a giant, , a C units like the AC unit in my home, , but it gets power off collecting the heat in the atmosphere and then use that to create steam the turns things we create like a sustainable environment with just like a whole bunch of these massive AC unit just littered around the globe because the hotter it got the more power, , get new return on faster than would stabilize, , and then the A. C. would slow down. . And I know it's ridiculous. . It was just this funny idea of wanted to talk to someone at NASA for for years. . So while the trick is you'd have to find a way to make these massive AC's without creating even more heat right because what an AC does is it takes heat out of one place but. . Pushes it someplace else? ? So around so that's always the problem with you can move it, , but it's hard to get rid of it entirely. . But just for good record I was six. . But yet like you know that's good idea for six maybe we could like grab the coldness from space we can just be like. . He'd outlets. Let's just . throw it out. . Yeah. . Well, , you know there are a lot of people who have. . About how to offset the heating that we're already causing one of the problems with any idea for Geo engineering is that the earth is pretty complicated place and something that you do in one place has an effect someplace else. . We're not smart enough yet to think five steps ahead and understand what all of the unintended consequences of one idea or another might be. . Still what most people would say is you're better off not putting so much carbon dioxide into the atmosphere in the first place. . But like. . Are you hopeful about the future? ? I am hopeful about the future you know we're not going to kill off all the life on earth. . All we have to do is some time in the relatively near future. . We just have to make decisions to limit the amount of greenhouse gases that we put into the atmosphere, , and there's still time for us to do that. . I believe that as people start to see in their own lives, , the evidence of climate change that some point we'll reach a tipping point in public opinion where people will say you know what? ? We really do have to do something about this. .

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How will we fix climate change?

Tai Asks Why

05:45 min | 2 months ago

How will we fix climate change?

"Now. When we were born climate change is already kind of a big thing and that's because our parents and just people of the previous generation started building the factories in releasing these greenhouse gas into the like that Kinda take you off that they're just. GonNa leave you this like dying planet. Does that like annoy at all? I think it does these are my friends are just wanted to ask them if they're also super terrified about climate change I mean it's up to us for some reason to fix our planet in just to fix what all our ancestors have wrought upon us. Okay. So yeah, we're on the same page. It just feels like we're all just kinda like stock on this. Sinking boat is the planet's heating up with no way to stop it maybe we need to dislike travel to Mars or something. There are no planets in our solar system where human being could just get off the ship and walk around and live. This is Tony Del Genio and I am a scientist for NASA. BREAKING NASA I do research on Earth's climate and how the Earth's climate is changing because of the stuff that people are putting into the atmosphere and do research on other planets in the solar system I've been involved in a few NASA. Space missions to other planets. Awesome. People on Earth may decide to try to colonize Mars, but it's going to be a big challenge to do it because there are a lot of roadblocks to actually making it a place where people could live. Moore's is an extremely cold planet much colder than human beings can tolerate and it's air is very thin. It's less than one percent as thick as our atmosphere is and it's not made of nitrogen oxygen. The things that we breathe it's made mostly of carbon dioxide and so human beings couldn't breathe it. If you walked around without a spacesuit, you'd immediately died. Seems like impending doom. So I. Guess we're kind of stuck on earth. But you know Tony says a might actually not be the worst. Global warming is not going to kill off everyone. It's going to make it harder to grow crops. It's going to create more heatwaves it's going to. Make it hard for people to live near the coast because of rising sea levels and so you have to find ways to adapt to climate change. I had this idea since I was really little like six about my way to fix global warming and it's ridiculous but like when I was six. I want to share this with. NASA have to see my idea. It's basically like a giant, a C units like the AC unit in my home, but it gets power off collecting the heat in the atmosphere and then use that to create steam the turns things we create like a sustainable environment with just like a whole bunch of these massive AC unit just littered around the globe because the hotter it got the more power, get new return on faster than would stabilize, and then the A. C. would slow down. And I know it's ridiculous. It was just this funny idea of wanted to talk to someone at NASA for for years. So while the trick is you'd have to find a way to make these massive AC's without creating even more heat right because what an AC does is it takes heat out of one place but. Pushes it someplace else? So around so that's always the problem with you can move it, but it's hard to get rid of it entirely. But just for good record I was six. But yet like you know that's good idea for six maybe we could like grab the coldness from space we can just be like. He'd outlets. Let's just throw it out. Yeah. Well, you know there are a lot of people who have. About how to offset the heating that we're already causing one of the problems with any idea for Geo engineering is that the earth is pretty complicated place and something that you do in one place has an effect someplace else. We're not smart enough yet to think five steps ahead and understand what all of the unintended consequences of one idea or another might be. Still what most people would say is you're better off not putting so much carbon dioxide into the atmosphere in the first place. But like. Are you hopeful about the future? I am hopeful about the future you know we're not going to kill off all the life on earth. All we have to do is some time in the relatively near future. We just have to make decisions to limit the amount of greenhouse gases that we put into the atmosphere, and there's still time for us to do that. I believe that as people start to see in their own lives, the evidence of climate change that some point we'll reach a tipping point in public opinion where people will say you know what? We really do have to do something about this.

Nasa Tony Del Genio Moore Scientist Geo Engineering
"tony del genio" Discussed on Tai Asks Why

Tai Asks Why

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"tony del genio" Discussed on Tai Asks Why

"Now when we were born climate change is already kind of a big thing. And that's because our parents in just people of the previous generation started building the factories in releasing these greenhouse gases into the air like that kinda take you off there kinda just like it's going to leave you this like dying planet. Does it like annoy at all? I think it kind of does these are my friends are just wanted to ask them if they're also super terrified about climate change. I mean, it's up to us for some reason to fix our planet and just fix. All. Our ancestors have wrought upon us. Okay. She'll. Yeah. We're on the same page. It just feels like we're all just kinda like stuck on this sinking boat is the planet's heating up with no way to stop it. Maybe we need to just like travel to Mars or something. There are no planets in our solar system where human being could just get off the ship and walk around and live. This is Tony del Genio. And I am a scientist for NASA. Asa freaking NASA, I do research on earth's climate. And how the earth's climate is changing because of the stuff that people are putting into the atmosphere, and I do research on other planets in the solar system. I've been involved in a few NASA space missions to other planets awesome. People on earth may decide to try to colonize Mars. But it's going to be a big challenge to do it. Because there are a lot of roadblocks to actually making it a place where people could live..

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