Interesting plans to reproduce the melting snow of poles
Connecticut: Scientists have offered an interesting plan to re -establish melting snow on the poles due to climate change.
In a new study, experts say that with the help of high -rise flying ships, microsal aerosal particles can be thrown into a pole at 60 degrees.
According to scientists, if these aerosals are thrown from 43,000 feet, they will slowly go to the surface and build a layer. This extra layer will regenerate the melting pole and the melting glacier and the rising surface problem of the sea. Will finish.
Scientists say these techniques will reduce the effects of climate change by sending solar rays back into space.
The project, called Stratosphrical Aerospace Injection, will cost $ 11 billion every year, but researchers say this method will be less expensive than other ways to deal with climate change.
The new project was presented in a new study published in the Journal of the Invitation Communication. The research was conducted under the guidance of Week Smith at Yale University in the United States.