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"First, our objective (O1) is to assess only the best possible geoengineering scenario by looking for a suitable modulation of solar forcing that can cancel out or otherwise modulate a climate change signal that would result from a rise in carbon dioxide concentration [CO22] alone. [...] Second, to be able to utilize LRT to quantify side-effects, the response with respect to uncontrolled observables, such as regional averages ⟨Ts⟩⟨Ts⟩, must be approximately linear."