In preparation for creating a bubble between the Earth and the Sun, scientists will be able to stop radiation by making an umbrella? – न्यूज़लीड India

In preparation for creating a bubble between the Earth and the Sun, scientists will be able to stop radiation by making an umbrella?


brazilian shaped bubble

According to the idea of ​​​​this geoengineering of scientists, a spherical bubble the size of Brazil, which is scientifically called an inflatable bubble, will be formed between the Earth and the Sun, so that radiation will be prevented from hitting our planet. The team of scientists said in a press release that, ‘We want to create a space bubble between the sun and the Earth, which will be made of liquid silicon and will make a giant bubble and install it in the space between the sun and the earth. ‘ Scientists say that by doing this, the rays of radiation coming from the sun will be reflected and we will not even need to launch a big film in space.

Will it work against climate change?

Will it work against climate change?

Scientists believe that, the radiation coming from the sun cannot be stopped completely through this space bubble, yes it can definitely be reduced. But this does not mean that it will replace current efforts to combat climate change. However, researchers believe that this is the best of the current measures being taken against climate change.

test in space

test in space

Researchers say that, in a way, it is like making an umbrella from silicon between the sun and the earth, which will block the radiation to a great extent. At the same time, according to MIT’s Senseable City Lab, the bubble between the Earth and the sun has been tested in space and MIT scientists believe that space bubbles can be used to block the sun’s radiation in the coming days. could. Scientists say that these measures to be done in space will be quite safe in the coming days. Scientists say that, if we reflect 1.8 percent of solar radiation before hitting Earth, we can completely reverse today’s global warming.

Bubbles can be ended at any time

Bubbles can be ended at any time

In a press release issued by MIT scientists, it has been said that the bubble that will be formed between the Earth and the sun in space can be destroyed at any time. This will make the solar geoengineering solution completely reversible and significantly reduce space debris. Scientists said that the region between the Earth and the Sun, where the James Webb Telescope is located, can be placed in the space bubble. Scientists say that it is the best place to reflect the radiation emanating from the sun.

The experiment is based on the ideas of James Early

The experiment is based on the ideas of James Early

The Space Bubbles research project is based on ideas by scientist James Early, who previously suggested positioning a deflective object at the Lagrangian point, and astronomer Roger Engel, who proposed the bubble-raft. Although geoengineering sounds like a science fiction movie, it is being used in the real world. Last year, the United Arab Emirates used geoengineering to create rain in Dubai to lower temperatures of up to 122 degrees Fahrenheit. Badal was created using drone technology, in which an electric shock was delivered to make it rain.

Proposal for geoengineering in the oceans

Proposal for geoengineering in the oceans

A report by the National Academy of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine (NASEM), released in 2021, proposed geoengineering the Earth’s oceans to tackle climate change and remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. Ideas include adding fertilizer to stimulate the growth of tiny photosynthetics, passing electric currents through the water to promote alkalinity, and changing the chemical science of seawater. Scott Downey, a professor in environmental science at the University of Virginia and author of this report, said in a statement that, “Ocean carbon dioxide removal strategies are already being discussed by scientists, non-governmental organizations and . It can be used as potential climate response strategies.

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