Global warming is one of the most pressing problems of our time. Every year it intensifies, and the consequences are already being felt around the world. However, scientist Michael Hart from Great Britain proposed an unusual solution to this problem: to move the Earth further away from the Sun.
Hart, who is a physicist and ecologist, suggested using the gravitational pull of asteroids to change the Earth’s orbit and move it 1.5 million kilometers away from the Sun. This, he believes, will reduce the temperature of the planet and prevent the catastrophic effects of global warming.
However, many scientists consider this idea unrealizable and dangerous. For example, astronomer Colin Snodgrass of the University of Liverpool said that moving the Earth such a distance from the Sun could lead to disruption of its orbit and even a collision with other planets.
However, Hart is confident in his idea and believes it may be the only real solution to the problem of global warming. He intends to continue his research in this area and hopes that his idea will be heard.
Of course, moving the Earth this distance from the Sun is not the only way to combat global warming. There are many other methods that are already being used around the world. For example, using renewable energy sources, reducing greenhouse gas emissions, creating environmentally friendly technologies, etc.
In any case, the problem of global warming requires an immediate solution. Although the idea of moving the Earth a great distance from the Sun may seem extreme, it still deserves the attention of scientists and environmental experts.