Is it possible to liquidate the night?

Is it possible to liquidate the night in general?.. It is known that the change of day and night is a direct result of the daily rotation Earth. Turning around its axis, our planet at every moment substitutes for the rays of the Sun only half of its surface... Due to this, some of the time people are forced to spend in the dark, spend enormous energy resources on the night lighting of rooms and streets.

Is it possible to liquidate the night in general?.. It is known that the change of day and night is a direct result of the daily rotation Earth

In recent years, a number of original projects have been put forward to eliminate the night. What are these projects? One of them is to install on artificial satellite of the Earth "hydrogen Sun", i.e. controlled thermonuclear reactor, in which there would be a controlled synthesis reaction, i.e., the unification of the nuclei of hydrogen atoms, similar to that occurring in the bowels of the present Sun. Since such a reaction develops a temperature of millions of degrees, the thermonuclear reactor could indeed serve as an artificial source of light and heat. In this case, the orbit of the satellite could be chosen with the expectation that the artificial Sun would appear mainly above the night areas of the earth's surface or would move for the longest time over the polar regions. Then it would be possible to eliminate the long and tiring polar night and at the same time "warm" the Arctic and Antarctica.

Technically, such a project is still, of course, not feasible: the problem of controlled thermonuclear reaction has not yet been solved. But even after it is solved, apparently, it will take a long time before scientists and engineers learn how to create artificial "hydrogen suns" that could be installed on Earth satellites.

There is another witty project to eliminate the night, which is based on the use of artificial Earth satellites. But these satellites should not be space vehicles, "stuffed" with unique equipment, but... a lot of dust particles, delivered to near-Earth space by special missiles. As a result of such an operation, a huge dust ring should form around our planet, somewhat resembling the famous the ring of Saturn. "Intercepting" those solar beams that are now passing the Earth and are lost in outer space, and, scattering them in all directions, dust particles will direct part of sunlight and heat to Earth. Thanks to this, it is possible to eliminate the night, and the climate of our planet will become much warmer. Even now it would be possible to calculate how many dust particles are needed to create the desired effect and what the size, position and density of the dust ring should be. Probably, there are other possibilities for partial or complete elimination of the night. But the question is, are such projects feasible in principle? We are talking about the difficulties are not technical, but, so to speak, "natural" nature.

The elimination of the night is a cardinal change in the conventional thermal and light regime, the climate change of our planet, in particular, a significant increase in the amount of solar energy coming to Earth. Meanwhile, sustainable natural formations, like our planet, are complex self-regulating systems in which a stable dynamic equilibrium is naturally maintained. Artificial intervention can cause undesirable catastrophic phenomena: elevation of the level of the sea and the sea oceans, disturbance of the cycle water and atmospheric circulation, unfavorable climate change for mankind. In addition, one can not ignore the fact that the vast majority of living organisms of the Earth for many millions of years have adapted to the existing rhythm of changing day and night. Unexpected sharp violation of this rhythm can cause a number of completely undesirable and even catastrophic phenomena in the world of animals and plants. This does not mean that people will never lead an offensive for the night and winter cold, but this offensive must be preceded by thorough and comprehensive scientific preparation.