Have MIT Scientists found a Way to Ease Climate Change?
Possibly reverse it...
MIT scientists have claimed to have found a way to reverse climate change. The idea implements thin silicon bubbles which would have to be joined together like a raft. When in space, the bubbles would be around the same size as Brazil and they would then provide an extra layer of protection against solar radiation.
The hope for the new “space bubbles” is that they would ease up or reverse climate change. For several centuries now, the Earth has been experiencing rising temperatures. In the permafrost, we are even experiencing “massive mouths of hell,” according to NASA.
To add to the climate struggles, another hole has been discovered in the ozone layer. The discovery makes research such as the space bubbles a high priority in many research labs. Roger Angel is the inspiration for the MIT suggestion as he conducted scientific studies on a “cloud” of small spacecraft to shield the earth.
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