Center For Open Shade Balls

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Description: Getting a massive number of shade balls into the ocean under hurricanes is the name of the game. The Center for Open Shade Balls is the home for the project aimed at using terraforming technology on our own planet to make it a better place, and opening that technology up to a wide audience benefit from it. Shade balls prevent water from evaporation, and so can so prevent the warm, wet air in a hurricane from rising. This would act to poison the hurricane, effectively shutting the system's convection currents down.

License: Apache License 2.0

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https://openshadeball.org/ https://www.aoml.noaa.gov/hrd/

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