MIT experts believe they can reverse the current climate trend

Scientists at MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) believe they have found the key to reversing current climate change or at least reducing the impact on our planet.

The concept developed by experts at MIT is based on the creation of a constellation of fine bubbles in space. The latter, acting as silicone filters, would unfold in space to form large expanses reaching the size of a country like Brazil. Its mounting would create an additional filter for the sun’s harmful radiation.

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The purpose of these space bubbles would bereduce climate differences, or even reverse the warming trend observed in recent decades. Scientists are very sensitive to this because the statistics of rising temperatures are real. NASA presented them in the form of an eerie spiral in the video. Youtube next, next:

Another dramatic effect of global warming can be seen in Russia with what researchers have called the appearance of “hellmouths.” Is about landslide phenomena of soil hitherto frozen throughout the year: permafrost also known as permafrost in English. The abysses created by global warming tend to widen over the years and are causing more and more concern among the scientific community.

It also appears that a new hole in the ozone layer has recently been discovered. An additional reason, if necessary, to urgently find a solution to our climate problems and the resulting chaos. This is how the idea of ​​protecting the earth from the sun’s rays initially germinated in the mind of the astronomer Roger Angel. As a first step, he proposed to establish a swarm of spaceships to protect the earth sun radiation.

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A contingency solution in case all others fail

MIT specialists took the concept and improved it, replacing the cups with a silicone inflatable bubble net. However, this would be only the initial phase of a vast plan aimed at reversing the trend of rising temperatures.

For the project to be a success, the scientists aim to place the bubble net at a specific location between the sun and the earth. This is the Lagrange point (from the French mathematician Joseph-Louis Lagrange) that would guarantee the stability of the system since the gravity of the sun and the earth cancel each other out. This solution is not currently considered to be the priority solution to implement, but rather a contingency solution in the event of failure of all other recommended measures.

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