Submitted by SJIND 1034d ago | article

Could we refreeze the Arctic? Scientists suggest radical solution to global warming

Dailymail: We could refreeze the Arctic, and it wouldn't even cost that much, scientists have claimed.

Two recently published studies explore the possibility that a technological solution could be found to the problem of global warming melting the ice caps on the North Pole. (Culture)

Crazay  +   1033d ago
I thought I had seen somewhere that it was actually pretty easy where this team took a reflective material and stretched it out and secured it over a fairly large area. After a few weeks they were able to determine that they were actually saving the ice in the area. was pretty cool but the material was tearing due to the winds.
ReconHope  +   1033d ago
This is comforting. At least i know there is some type of plan to restore earth if all goes to hell.

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