How to beat the heat at World Cup 2022.

World Cup 2022 Qatar cloudWith an average summer temperature close to 100 degrees in Qatar, the folks working on World Cup 2022 are looking for ways to keep their cool. We love the latest: A local engineering teacher has revealed designs for an ‘artificial cloud’ that will hover over the pitch and cover everyone in a cooling shade.

Saud Adbul Ghani says the system would cost half a million dollars, and will be made of 100% light carbonic materials, fueled by four solar-powered engines. It will be operated by remote control and will fly high to protect direct and indirect sun rays to control tVuvuzela kidemperatures.

One thing’s for sure: All the temperature talk should drown out any complaints about vuvuzelas.

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