PTN Interviews the MIT 'Space Bubbles' Geoengineering project

Posted in Interviews, Science on 28th Oct, 2022
by Alex Muller

Many People are becoming more concerned with the growing issue of climate change, and there are many proposals as to how to deal with climate destabilisation. One of the projects focuses on Using Bubbles in space to reduce light from the sun, with the intention of protecting the Earth from too much warming. Here is our interview:

How the Quest to remove Carbon Dioxide from the atmosphere is heating up fast

Posted in Featured, Reviews on 10th Feb, 2021
by Alex Muller

As the topic moves to the forefront of scientific attention, Musk’s celebrity will give the industry much-needed publicity.

Researchers Are Preparing to Geoengineer the Atmosphere

Posted in Science on 19th Apr, 2017
by Alex Muller

In a first-of-its-kind study, scientists will disperse aerosols into the stratosphere in initial tests of a controversial technique for blocking incoming solar radiation.

We Could Reduce the Number of Hurricanes By Injecting Particles Into the Atmosphere

Posted in Science on 27th Oct, 2015
by Alex Muller

But doing so with today's technology could lead to disastrous unintended consequences.

Geoengineering Not the Solution to Climate Change

Posted in Featured, Science on 16th Feb, 2015
by Alex Muller

Large-scale manipulation of the Earth's climate, is not the solution to climate change, according to research. Unfortunately, there is no quick fix.