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Old July 31st 07, 10:11 PM posted to alt.astronomy,comp.os.os2.advocacy,ne.weather,demon.local,rec.aviation.products
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On Jul 30, 12:54 am, "Michael Baldwin, Bruce"
wrote:
nightsoil wrote:
nightsoil wrote


With the reality of diminishing petroleum oil reserves
and increasing world populations a need for more environmental friendly
reliable energy production is necessary to power our energy needs on
Earth and beyond. There are many green based energy production methods
to help weed us off or reduce full dependence on non renewable oil, but
the task and full side effects of various applied energy systems are
sometimes unpredictable and formidable.


See:
http://www.coldenergy.com/default.htm


And:
http://eftf.blogspot.com/2005/09/ene...old-water.html


While taking advantage of known temp flow differentials or atmospheric
ones applied novel systems have proven viable while long term
environmental effects questionable. Why? Well let's see, as more and
more of these clean green based piped temp or atmospheric pressure
differential devises are built and environmentally introduced we are now
experiencing weather patterns, ice melting, rain falls, and powerful sea
storms unseen or ever recorded in over 100 years of documented history.
Nature and environmental dynamics are a delicate complex balance of
planetary atmosphere receiving solar radiation to planetary thermal
hot/cooling mixing ground/sea dispersions and strong and weak
atmospheric complex wind flow patterns. And as more and more of these
new systems are recently introduced heavens knows what impact they are
really having on the delicate weather and sea thermal gradient
dispersion abilities of powerful sea currents or storms to normally
release their pent up energies timely if the normal heat or cold has
already been removed or taken advantage of to produce clean energy via
turbines and heat exchangers. The oil boys have been blamed for observed
global warming, but not so fast, it just could be all those new novel
hot/cold gradient differential systems hogging an already stressed
planetary system with mega storms its unknown passive catastrophic
resulting product. As profound Science Team Officers we question
everything and keep an open scientific unbiased mind always. Independent
observed results and effects do speak louder then any words.


ponder on,
the FrOOtL00p


You just can't make this **** up! No wait ... you can, FrOOtL00p.



So what's your take on it, Bruce?

Oh, I forgot. You have no education and cannot elucidate.

Double-A


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