1. The said project is called Stratospheric Controlled Perturbation Experiment (SCoPEx).
A post by the Daily Mail pointed out that actually, "sky-clouding" experiments were intended to begin a number of months ago however was pushed back and also out on hold presently.
The first SCoPEx test is anticipated to cost about $3 million as well as would certainly need making use of a high-altitude balloon "to raise a tool bundle about 20 kilometres right into the atmosphere," stated the main internet site of Harvard University.
As soon as shown successful, we could anticipate to see even more of these dusts sprayed above our planet in the future.
Nevertheless, not everyone is really feeling confident regarding the innovation as some hesitate it might result to ozone later damage. If that occurs, we'll have minimal protection from harmful ultraviolet radiation. This can trigger cancers as well as could claim numerous lives. It may likewise cause natural calamities such as dry spells, cyclones, and others.
Lizzie Burns, director of the group from Harvard, admitted:
" Our suggestion is terrifying ... Yet so is environment modification."