HOW TO SAVE THE PLANET, CLIMATE WISE
By Colleen O’Brien
All this time, there's been a vital relationship between the Earth and its nearest planetary neighbor, the Moon.And if so, what are the different aspects of this relationship, and just how important are they, anyway?
Suffice it to say that for the Earth at least, the Moon is a powerful ally, and one that needs courting. (She plans to leave us in about a billion years, as she inches her way beyond us, which will ultimately slow down the Earth's orbit, causing it to become unsteady and "wobbly”).
Enter Dr. David Criswell, who has been working for 30 years on the concept of – transmitting solar rays from the Moon, via microwaves, free from solar interference, for general distribution of electricity to the Earth's population.
OK, this project will take 15 years to implement, will cost $1/2 trillion, which is what the oil and gas industry spends every two years to mine their oil and gas fields, and will employ thousands upon thousands of people.
Criswells' idea is potentially the Biggest Public Works Project on the globe. Let's Go For It!
Dr. David Criswell will give a talk – Lunar/Solar Energy – on April 2nd, 2012, at Leisure Learning Unlimited, 2990 Richmond, Houston, TX 77098-3100. Come with questions. And leave with inspirations. Register by calling 713-529-4414.
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