I recently learned that waste heat will boil the oceans in about 400 years.
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Amazing, excellent video. But if we are in an interglacial period, if the next natural cooling period begins then we won't need a global air conditioner but a heater, no? We'll be liking that waste heat and CO2 greenhouse effect then, no?
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All power plants create waste heat that contributes to global warming. At the moment, the contribution is fairly small, but if mankind flourishes it is bound to increase and eventually it will become a problem. The only thing we an do about it is to build an air condition for the planet. Scientists have come up with some ideas how to address the problem that I hope you will find entertaining.
The full video of Michael Pesochinsky's super chimney demonstration is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=COlz9J2wMeA
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00:38 What is Waste Heat?
04:46 How Big Is the Waste Heat Problem?
08:29 What Can We Do About Waste Heat?
10:07 Reuse Waste Heat
12:30 Reduce Incoming Solar Energy
15:20 Improve Planetary Cooling
17:47 Planetary Air Condition
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