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Public Still In Denial About Climate Change

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The governments, scientists, engineers, inventors & some corporations & business's are not in denial about climate change because they have developed a large variety of programs & technology to combat climate change such as renewable energy systems.

https://www.scribd.com/doc/279163217/Re ... e-to-scrap

https://www.scribd.com/doc/279163603/Renewable-Energy

Basically renewable energy systems involve . . .

Biofuel
Biomass
Geothermal
Hydroelectricity
Solar energy
Tidal power
Wave power
Wind power
Osmotic power
Marine current power
Ocean thermal energy conversion

However turning these renewable energy systems into renewable energy infrastructure requires public support, especially the public being willing to work in constructing & maintaining renewable energy infrastructure.

Have approx 100 to 200 years to realise a 80% to 100% renewable energy target . . .

We should be hoping to have reached a 80% renewable energy target by at least 100 years from now.

World's uranium supplies to run out In 200 years.


http://www.australiens.net/forum/viewto ... 38&t=18401

We must reach renewables target before we invest in thorium, their is such a thing as logical progression as opposed to jumping the gun, besides nuclear power should be illegal as it is supposed to be only used to evacuate humanity from planet earth when the Sun turns into a Red Giant & swallows our planet . . .

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Tidal power & wave power has the greatest energy density when compared to solar & wind.

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http://tidalenergy.com.au/energy-comparison.html

http://tidalenergy.com.au/index-subpage-2.html

http://www.biopowersystems.com/

More than enough wind energy to power our world, coal power is so last century . . .

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The Australian desert has enormous renewable energy potential . . .

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The Australian desert has enormous renewable energy potential . . .

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The Australian desert has enormous renewable energy potential . . .

The Australian desert has enormous renewable energy potential & AUSI, Australien Universal Space Industries is working with the Gemasolar Thermosolar Plant in spain to initiate their solar power tower technology in Australias deserts. It looks like we will have a variety of biodiverse hybrid transport options.

Renewable energy infrastructure needs to be established

Alot more needs to be done to establish renewable energy infrastructure . . . Might even require conscription or marshall law for decades . . .


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Eventually Australiena will have a homegrown diversified robotics industry but in the mean time we may have to export electricity to Asia via cable, this is a more efficient option than transporting fossil fuels to our northern neighbours.

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AUSI, Australien Universal Space Industries have developed a electric car that behaves like a scalextric car. The vehicles run on roads that have a rail at the same level as the road, note its possible that the vehicle does not have to make contact with the rail for special coil can transmit electricity without wires, also AUSI has developed other methods for getting the electricity from the rail to the vehicle, (see attached picture link above with the swing bar), this would do away with cumbersome batteries & a overhead electric grid for dwellings could also obtain electricity from these rails in the road as well.



Electric propulsion is 20 times more efficient than liquid fuel propulsion & even gas propulsion.

Laser powered vehicles are the future of transportation

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AUSI, Australien Universal Space Industries has also developed a system where lasers are beamed from telegraph poles onto passing vehicles to give them power for their electric motors.

Electric propulsion is 20 times more efficient than liquid fuel propulsion & even gas propulsion.

So what do we use fossil fuels for ? We use fossil fuels to build renewable energy infrastructure. Will electric machinery & vehicles replace fuel powered vehicles ? Possibly they could but this would involve investing in renewables like Geothermal, Hydroelectricity, Solar energy, Tidal power, Wave power & Wind power. Alot of machinery would have to be made to be electric instead of running on fuel. Possibly vehicles will run on roads that have a rail at the same level as the road, note the vehicle does not have to make contact with the rail for a tesla coil can transmit electricity without wires, this would do away with cumbersome batteries & a overhead electric grid for dwellings could also obtain electricity from these rails in the road.

Theirs a variety of biodiverse hybrid transport & machinery options.

[1] Solar vehicle

http://www.speedace.info/solar_cars.htm

http://videos.howstuffworks.com/howstuf ... -video.htm

[2] Compressed air vehicle

http://www.gizmag.com/compressed-air-ca ... 2010/8896/

[3] Road rail vehicle

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Road-rail_vehicle

[4] Hybrid fuel & electric battery vehicle & Hybrid fuel & electric road rail scalextric slot car vehicle.

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[5] Electric vehicle

http://www.mitsubishi-motors.com.au/veh ... oad-nb-200

[6] Steam vehicle


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[7] Laser powered vehicle

http://indymedia.org.au/2013/02/13/laser-powered-vehicles-are-the-future-of-transportation

[8] Biofuel vehicle

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[9] Hydrogen vehicle

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[10] Gas vehicle

http://solar.calfinder.com/blog/solar-i ... wers-cars/

[11] Petroleum & diesel vehicle

http://www.kia.com.au/showroom/suvs/?pp ... pQodfSgAVg

Whats really needed is a transformer like hybrid vehicle made out of a combination of all the features of [1], [2], [3], [4], [5], [6], [7] to [8]

If we can not meet this renewable energy target, then we may as well all become indigenous again & work with permaculture & utilise the horse & cart, in other words bye bye industrial revolution & hello to rural serfdom.

Renewable energy infrastructure involves . . .

Biofuel
Biomass
Geothermal
Hydroelectricity
Solar energy
Tidal power
Wave power
Wind power
Osmotic power
Marine current power
Ocean thermal energy conversion

If we meet our renewable energy targets it has been predicted that sea levels will not rise & then their is no need to waterproof all coastal cities & towns . . .


http://www.australiens.net/forum/viewto ... 38&t=17724

We should be hoping to have reached a 80% renewable energy target by at least 100 years from now.

AUSI, AUSI, AUSI, Australien Universal Space Industries

http://www.australiens.net/forum/viewto ... 33&t=18369
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