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Energy from Space 2.0 AND June 30, 2013 NEWS
06-30-2013, 03:20 PM #1
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06-30-2013, 05:57 PM #2
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Much of this makes a lot of sense! The sun's increasing growth over the next millenias, as it grows it is losing its inner mass, pressure and beginning to lose luminosity, but I believe our solar system is like a single cell structure in itself surrounded by the many others all around it in different states of masses, pressures, lumens, Blackhole (anti-lumens), Quasars, pulsars and all of it reacting to one another every mili-second. I'm beginning to wonder if the sun's expansion is causing some pressure within our own solar system and causing the vortexes of storms to happen more frequently, that and along with critical temperature changes which is also bringing harsh weather along with it!
Imagine if we didn't have some kin d of protection from the universe around us?
Maybe we should harness more wind with windmills to possibly slow these storms, harness more waves with wave turbines, more damns to keep excess runoff from pushing to much oxygen, fertilizer and algae from killing ocean life and crreating more water for farms?
After all the Sims this and Simcity that, that we haven't come up with a perfect designed society yet that is 100% efficient and recyclable in every level for the environment, meaning every thing the city was created by can be recycled and reused? Also surprised our housing designs haven't changed too much to be able to withstand anything from the harsh weather we have and will be constantly seeing, shouldn't we act like the atmosphere could disappear tomorrow or what if we lost oxygen on a massive scale somehow, then who would survive? Just those on the space station? Then where do they go? Can't come back to Earth....
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06-30-2013, 06:23 PM #3
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(06-30-2013, 05:57 PM)Anonymous Kritter Wrote:  Much of this makes a lot of sense! The sun's increasing growth over the next millenias, as it grows it is losing its inner mass, pressure and beginning to lose luminosity, but I believe our solar system is like a single cell structure in itself surrounded by the many others all around it in different states of masses, pressures, lumens, Blackhole (anti-lumens), Quasars, pulsars and all of it reacting to one another every mili-second. I'm beginning to wonder if the sun's expansion is causing some pressure within our own solar system and causing the vortexes of storms to happen more frequently, that and along with critical temperature changes which is also bringing harsh weather along with it!
Imagine if we didn't have some kin d of protection from the universe around us?
Maybe we should harness more wind with windmills to possibly slow these storms, harness more waves with wave turbines, more damns to keep excess runoff from pushing to much oxygen, fertilizer and algae from killing ocean life and crreating more water for farms?
After all the Sims this and Simcity that, that we haven't come up with a perfect designed society yet that is 100% efficient and recyclable in every level for the environment, meaning every thing the city was created by can be recycled and reused? Also surprised our housing designs haven't changed too much to be able to withstand anything from the harsh weather we have and will be constantly seeing, shouldn't we act like the atmosphere could disappear tomorrow or what if we lost oxygen on a massive scale somehow, then who would survive? Just those on the space station? Then where do they go? Can't come back to Earth....



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