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Scientists propose controversial plan to refreeze North and South Poles by spraying sulphur dioxide into atmosphere

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Scientists have outlined a controversial plan to refreeze the North and South Poles, and dial down the global thermostat. A fleet of 125 military air-to-air refuelling tankers would release a cloud of microscopic sulphur dioxide particles at an altitude of 43,000ft (13km) and a latitude of 60 degrees in both hemispheres, slightly shading the Earth's surface beneath.
17 days ago·New Haven, United States

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The controversial plan to re-freeze the North Pole and the South Pole

Investigators outlined a plan to cool the North and South Poles. The objective would be to spray microscopic particles of an aerosol into the atmosphere to reflect sunlight and cool the molten glaciers.

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