World Economic Forum Suggests “Space Bubbles” Could Combat Climate Change

World Economic Forum Suggests

Scientists Propose Out Of This World Plan To Fight Climate Change

( – Climate change is one of the biggest concerns among the international community. Experts have proposed many ideas to combat global warming, some more bizarre than others. The World Economic Forum (WEF) recently suggested the use of “space bubbles” to fight climate change by blocking the Sun’s rays.

The WEF cited a study from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), describing a geoengineering project that would reflect part of the Sun’s solar radiation away from the Earth and back into space. The project would involve putting a device that’s the size of Brazil in orbit; at that size, the unit won’t negatively impact the planet’s ecosystem, likely posing “no risk” with its use.

MIT researcher and architect Carlo Ratti claimed that geoengineering may be the world’s last hope. He noted that most of these solutions pose a threat to the environment, namely Earth’s ecosystems, adding that space is a much safer alternative. Ratti explained that if scientists were able to reflect even 1.8% of the solar radiation that hits the planet, the effects could “reverse” modern-day global warming completely.

The bubbles would be made of thin plastic, put together in space, and placed at what’s known as the L1 Lagrangian Point, an area where the Earth’s gravitational pull cancels out the Sun’s. In effect, both celestial bodies would be tugging on the unit, keeping it in place indefinitely.

Could this be the future? As crazy as it may seem, the strategy could be our answer to combating climate change.

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