Transcript  list for the video Ice-Age Science Recapitulation - part 6 by Rolf Witzsche - Ice Age Ahead (iaa)

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Ice-Age Science Recapitulation - part 6

 

 

- 1 - Freshwater and Energy
- 2 - Both, freshwater and energy are needed in abundance
- 3 - Freshwater can be drawn from the outflow of rivers
- 4 - Distributed worldwide in large-volume arteries
- 5 - Freshwater can also be drawn directly from the oceans
- 6 - For a boundless energy resource we need to look no further than the ionosphere
- 7 - Freshwater Unlimited
- 8 - Freshwater from the Amazon River, the Orinoco River, the Parana River, the Congo River
- 9 - Worldwide water distribution critically important during Ice Age conditions
- 10 - The climate will then be 40 times colder
- 11 - The colder Sun will produce 80% less precipitation
- 12 - The tropics receive the strongest rainfall
- 13 - The loss may be far less in the tropics than the 80% reduction
- 14 - Tropical rivers will become the world's main source for freshwater
- 15 - Large-scale ocean-water desalination offers a supplemental solution
- 16 - The modern desalination process is inefficient
- 17 - The produced volume is minuscule in comparison with major rivers
- 18 - When the desalination filters are located in deep oceans
- 19 - The first 270 feet would be required to overcome osmosis pressure
- 20 - If the filters were placed 9,000 meters deep
- 21 - The potential that the inhibiting osmosis pressure can be completely neutralized, electrically
- 22 - Water has a slight dipole electric property
- 23 - By the electric effect, water is drawn into a salt solution, towards the salt
- 24 - The electric attraction lifts the salt column until equalization is achieved
- 25 - Since the electric neutralization has not yet been achieved
- 26 - The theoretically possible potential to break the osmotic connection is promising
- 27 - The use of carbon nanotubes as filter elements is being explored
- 28 - Another promising new type of filter for desalination would utilize graphene sheets
- 29 - We could then have rivers of freshwater flowing out of the oceans
- 30 - Desalination shouldn't be needed at the present stage
- 31 - Energy Forever
- 32 - One of the ghosts of pure illusion is nuclear-fusion power
- 33 - It took scientists decades of dreaming, and billions of dollars
- 34 - So, where do we go from here, after the dream has failed?
- 35 - Scientists had an idea that this tiny pellet of fuel could unlock an energy-rich future
- 36 - We have depleted our energy resources so intensively that we have only 60 to 200 years left
- 37 - The answer is a type of source that is self-renewing
- 38 - The source is cosmic, and the interface is the ionosphere
- 39 - NASA has been able to photograph two electric plasma bands
- 40 - The natural systems appear to use this resource liberally
- 41 - The barrier is the false belief that our Sun is self-powered
- 42 - Another very-large energy resource is available through the liquid-fluoride nuclear power reactor
- 43 - All conventional nuclear power systems utilize only a half a percent of the nuclear fuel
- 44 - The molten salt reactor, in contrast, utilizes nearly all of its fuel

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