Oxygen Airlift & Release Program Discussion part 1&2 Don Darcy Evans

Don begins a new discussion on the logistics and delivery of oxygen to remediate global warming and provided a second installment on this for our readers so that we have had that cost discussion. Part 1 previously published Oxygen Airlift the Eng. rev 0 Part 2 Oxygen Airlift Eng. addendum rev 2 Advertisements

Call to replace CH2Cl2 with less ozone depleting compounds

A popular industrial solvent, Dichloromethane is damaging the ozone layer over human populations. It’s already listed in the Montreal Protocol as a hazardous substance but it needs to be replaced with greener alternatives. While this solvent is classed as a very short lived substance, it is taking a large toll on the ozone layer. When […]

Oxygen links greenhouse gases and ozone depletion in global warming predicament

Many people do not know that ozone depletion is considered a cause of global warming as well and it is very significant. Ozone absorbs the high heat UV radiation UVB and UVC. Because the layer is depleted, this heat is getting through at 48 times the hotness of infrared radiation.  Dr. Peter L. Ward is […]

The sooner we computer model an oxygen airlift -the better

I recently asked 15 atmospheric computer modeling groups around the world to model the oxygen airlift to see what the effect would be according to their algorithms. Computers are the only place where the interference of EMF frequencies and chemicals can be removed if a basic study is done. We are almost inundated with interference […]