NETWORK DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM
Network refers to the distribution/production system resulting from the Retrieval Process of the Superplasmic Field Generator© Plant within the Remediation Park. It's an administrative bird's-eye-view of the stream of products coming from the Remediation Park and the network of companies (herein Tenant Companies) that are experienced in retrieval of precious resources.
The product stream provides the opportunity for thousands of new green jobs. While the actual coming out of the Network will depend upon the content of the waste streams coming into the Park, the opportunities are almost limitless.
When, for example, an old junk car is dumped into the Remediation Park, the car goes through the retrieval process. The elements of the car are separated. The steel goes through the grinder, is melted down and transformed into new steel. The copper, aluminum, rubber, upholstery - everything - is processed. The Network shows how each element is then recovered and re-introduced back into society as new products or as raw materials for other uses.
With some modifications, the old combustion-engine car becomes a new electric car - one that never has to be recharged (when people choose to build electric cars). The now-suffering automobile industry can be re-tooled to manufacture these cars of the future. In reality, the current chaos in the auto industry is a prelude to the transformation of our entire transportation/energy system. There is a way and, yes, we can do it!
As municipal wastes are processed, the water is both recycled into gray water for plants and also into pure drinking water for everyone. Organics from sewage can be transformed into some of the best fertilizers on the market, as in the case of Kellogg's fertilizers that are made from human sewage sludge (details available).
The Superplasmic Field Generator© Plant insures all contaminants have been removed and all bacteria or other harmful life-forms are completely destroyed. Other substances in sewage will be identified and, when desired, separated from the sewage and transformed into useful products. Everything else will be disassembled into energy and carbon ash. The energy produced is used to run the Retrieval Process or sold into the community at large.
A BIRD'S EYE VIEW OF A SUSTAINABLE NETWORK SYSTEM
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The entire process is environmentally clean with a negative carbon footprint. It is profitable and self-sustaining and produces exponential growth of its own process when profits are turned back into developing more Remediation Parks.
AN INITIAL INVESTMENT OF $32M YIELDS AN ESTIMATED RETURN OF MORE THAN $124M EACH YEAR. AND THESE FUNDS ARE TURNED BACK INTO CREATING MORE AND MORE REMEDIATION PARKS, THE NUMBER OF PARKS GROWS EXPONENTIALLY AND THE IMPACT OF HUMAN POLLUTION ON THE PLANET WILL BE BROUGHT UNDER CONTROL IN A RELATIVELY SHORT TIME.
The resulting stream of new products includes carbon ash that is used for a variety of products. One of these products are the super capacitor battery that id as light as carbon ash and is reported to be 250 times more powerful than anything on the market. Such batteries will be used to power electric cars, boats, trucks, planes or trains for thousands of miles without a recharge. When combined with the new nano solar cells that are six times more efficient than any of its predecessors, driving into a gas station will be a thing of the past (see Supportive Data Attachments for more details).
The Input Stream determines the content of the Network. What comes out depends upon what goes in to the Remediation Park. Carbon ash comes out no matter what goes in. In this presentation we discuss first the municipal waste-management system and then industrial emissions and pollutants along with medical wastes and nuclear wastes. Each is part of the Network that can be developed in association with the Remediation Park.
The treatment of nuclear wastes remains one of the greatest environmental challenges of our era. Yucca Mountain, near Las Vegas, Nevada, was to be used as a major dumping site in the United States of America but, because of the controversy surrounding the site, those plans have been put on hold. As a result, the University of Nevada in Las Vegas has begun a research project to test the effectiveness of a Superplasmic Field Generator© in remediation of 16 different types of nuclear wastes. The results will not be available until funding is available. From a theoretical position, there is no reason the Superplasmic Field Generator© would not be effective.
Nuclear waste is considered to be one of the most challenging situations on the planet. The Academy has researched potential solutions and found alternatives. One such alternative is the “Thorium Hybrid” which uses a combination of Uranium and Thorium for nuclear reactions that give off a completely manageable, almost neutral by product that can be stored in simple glass jars or easily processed through a Superplasmic Generator. It’s environmentally safe yet produces equal amounts of energy.
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Monday, June 13, 2011