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How to Stop Climate Change

by Matt Snyder on November 27, 2010

Thank you for visiting my blog. What you will read is exactly what the title says it is.


How to Stop Climate Change With Technology Available Today



 A list of cornerstone technologies capable of, and available today to remediate carbon dioxide & particulates and de-acidify the oceans globally

 {Fear Not! - This is a quick read, I promise.}


 Commercial Scale Production of Algae Based Drop-In Petroleum Replacements for Petroleum Based Liquid Motor Fuels:

Using the continuous cultivation system for microalgae designed by Scipio Biofuels in a de-centralized model the system can, due to the ability of the system to consume XXXXXX+ tons annually of CO2. The CO2 is consumed to cultivate algae in a pump-less flowing circuit, which will produce in excess of XXXXXXX gallons of, algae oil per acre per year for biofuels.

Unfortunately at this time we can't tell what we don't know how far in excess. From the very beginning of the design stages for this particular design we have been consumed with the ideas of under promising & over delivering in every way imaginable. As of this writing algae based biofuels can easily be produced at or very near the point of use with our equipment designs. For point of use at an existing larger facility just install our solar collector portion of the system in a circuit immediately within the perimeter fence of airports, harbors, military bases & the like. Efficiently happening without any pumps. The algae, is continuously circulated, harvested & processed under the parking lot or another suitable location within or adjacent to the facility site. This process was designed to consume the maximum amount of CO2 from industrial sources.

It is possible to generate, algae oil (or green crude) for algae based biofuels in the tens, to tens of thousands of tons per day depending on the number of PBR's at a given facility. As long as geothermal heat (on a small scale) can also can be tapped on site, the latitude limits for algae cultivation, year-round, stretch to the Arctic and Antarctic Circles until photo-period simply won't allow growth rates to be economically feasible. As luck would have it, we have multiple solutions for that as well. I’m not supposed to get bothered about using energy to make energy, as conversions are never 100% efficient. But I don’t like to do this. Although in this particular case the ends will probably justify the means.

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