American Scientists’ Secret Test To Send Sunlight Back Into Space: A Game-Changer For Cooling Earth?

American Scientists’ Secret Test to Send Sunlight Back into Space: A Game-Changer for Cooling Earth?

American Scientists’ Secret Test: Discover how American scientists’ secret experiment aims to combat global warming by reflecting sunlight into space, potentially cooling the Earth.

Get insights into the innovative cloud-brightening technology and its implications in this groundbreaking endeavor.

American scientists did a secret test, and sent sunlight back into space; Will help keep the Earth cool.

Summer has knocked in India. Due to the increasing outbreak of global warming, heat records are being broken every year across the world.

In such a situation, American scientists are working on sending the sun’s rays back to keep the Earth cool.

According to the leading newspaper report, scientists have used cloud-brightening technology, which will reflect a portion of the light coming from the sun.

This will reduce the temperature of that area. If this experiment is successful, it will help reduce the rising sea temperature.

American Scientists’ Secret Test: Scientists doing the secret tests.

On April 2, researchers at Washington University released a mist of salt particles at high speed into the sky from a ship.

This experiment was named CAARE (Coastal Atmospheric Aerosol Research and Engagement), which is secret.

Under this, scientists want to reflect the light coming from the sun by using clouds like mirrors. This concept was first introduced by British physics scientist John Latham in 1990.

He proposed to build a fleet of 1000 ships, which would travel around the world and spray the ocean, which could help control solar heat and rising temperatures.


How will this work?

Scientists are using simple science in this technology. By spraying in large numbers, maximum light can be reflected.

In such a situation, sunlight can be sent back to the solar system by spraying aerosol slot water over the ocean. However, the size of the particles is quite important for this.

If the particles become smaller they will not be able to reflect light. At the same time, larger-sized particles will also be unable to send back much light.

Scientists say that for this, the correct size of the particle should be 1/700th of the thickness of a human hair and about four billion particles would be required every second.

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