Sorry,that's not the correct way to handle the problem. The correct way is to insulate the ceiling well. Like was mentioned before the attic and soffit should be as close to outside temperature as possible. The soffit should have lots of vents. We used to think gable vents were a good idea too but studies have shown that lots of roof vents are better, and a ridge vent is even better. With adequate soffit vents and a ridge vent there will be a chimney or convection effect.
What you're saying would probably work but you'd have a tremendous amount of heat loss.
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