Transference of daytime heat to nights and the possibility of a water canopy.

Frank Pio Russo - October 08, 2014.

A possible spin-off from my recent rainmaking project, is that we can use freezers  to transfer daytime excessive heat to our much cooler night-times! All we need to do, is build plenty of super-freezers that can be programmed to have a double life... i.e. to thaw their frozen water contents during the day and thus absorb at least 79.8 calories per ml that gets thawed, (plus the rest from the total increase in water temperature),  and emit this same absorbed energy at night, as the freezers are cycled on to refreeze this same water!

Admittedly not a huge amount would thaw in one daytime, but this can be overcome by an international effort with many... many freezers. In so doing we will equilibrate the day/night variability somewhat, and mitigate some of the possible increases in daytime temperature. Also, by constantly creating temperature fluxuations, we will be activating the weather thus allowing plenty of rain episodes. Of course, this is all available thanks to cheap power via solar panels and wind turbines.

Perhaps we can even innovate further, with special water evaporators... thus attempting to create a water canopy in the thermosphere... something which many believe existed before the so-called 'flood', when supposedly extra-terrestrials roamed on our planet at the end of our recent ice-age. Once again the solar power for the process would be free, and it could result in many positives... i.e. water dew to water the ground each morning!

And don't forget that every gram of water that evaporates would take-up 540 calories of latent heat... furthermore a lot of land would be freed from our oceans... we could also mention the great decrease in cancers from much reduced cosmic rays etc... as well as the protection from future solar storms!

Yes! With science our planet has a great future! We should therefore progress from our divisive religious environments... the future is ours for the taking!

Frank Russo.




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