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Nations Consider Redirecting Asteroids to Hit Only Polluted Areas

In what sounds like the plot of a science fiction movie, a group of scientists has proposed a daring new strategy to combat climate change: directing hazardous asteroids to selectively strike the most polluted areas on Earth. This bold initiative, presented with a mix of seriousness and satirical wit, aims to provide a ‘clean slate’ by targeting pollution hotspots.

“The concept is simple yet revolutionary,” explained the lead scientist of the project, who was quick to clarify the tongue-in-cheek nature of the proposal. “Why spend decades trying to clean up our act when we can just wipe the slate clean, quite literally?”

The theoretical plan involves using advanced space technology to redirect incoming asteroids towards Earth’s most polluted regions, such as industrial complexes and cities with poor air quality. “It’s the ultimate reset button,” the scientist added, with a smirk.

Environmentalists and policymakers have had mixed reactions to the proposal. Some see it as a humorous way to draw attention to the urgent need for environmental action, while others are concerned about the ethical implications of such a drastic approach.

Critics have also raised practical concerns. “How do you ensure an asteroid hits only the ‘bad’ areas? What if it misses and takes out a nature reserve instead?” questioned a skeptical environmental activist.

Despite the proposal’s controversial nature, it has sparked lively debate across social media, with users creating memes and speculative scenarios about the potential outcomes of an asteroid-powered environmental cleanup.

As the Crustian Satirical Daily News (CSDN) covers this out-of-this-world proposal, the conversation continues about innovative, albeit fictional, solutions to Earth’s climate crisis. Whether this asteroid strategy will gain any serious traction remains to be seen, but it has certainly succeeded in capturing the public’s imagination.

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