Theorist, Jack Ocholoose, Byron Bay
Global warming is no secret. The question is what will you do to cool the Earth down?
Coal has absorbed the frictional heat that the Earth creates in its rotation as well as a portion of heat absorbed from the sun for Billions of years. Yes, that’s Billions of years with a B. Over the last couple of hundred years humans have mined this heat absorbing source that the Earth uses to cool down and burned it for electricity (really smart cookies). Now the Earth is trying to keep cool by melting the ice. When all the ice melts, basically it won’t be too long before an extinction event will take place.
Calling all SCIENTISTS
Calling all GOVERNMENTS
Calling all SPARE CASH
We need to create a material that will operate like coal and absorb the heat of the Earth. Maybe if we can develop a crystal that can grow, we can grow it with the water from the melting ice, using desalinated water. This material we create must absorb heat, yet not overheat so as to become a future toxic problem. Then we must place this material where the coal was; yes exactly where the coal was as there were the points that the Earth created to absorb the heat.