Saving The Planet
All great accomplishments, first start with small efforts. Here is a small effort at the first steps for new technologies. The insights presented here are simply to provoke new considerations. Technologies that are mentioned range from "Planetary Sustainability" to a possible method for identifying the "Theory Of Everything," from aviation to eliminating all future landfills. More
Over the years tremendous amounts of money has been spent on researching the inner workings of the subatomic world, especially with high energy nuclear accelerators. This has led to the identification of the Higgs Boson, also called the "God Particle." Even more money has been spent on the study of the cosmos. This has allowed us to learn that the outer fringes of the known universe are traveling many times faster than light. Vast amounts of money and efforts have also been used to study evolution. From this we have learned that humans and chimpanzees only have a difference of two percent in their DNA. Very great sums and time has been spent on growing the renewable energy technologies From this we have learned that solar and wind powered generators are expensive and large scale deployment has not lower the costs substantially.
The things mentioned above are all major media/government biased. This means that the government funds the research and/or the major media supports such endeavors. From these big projects we, the people, have gotten: data on sub-atomic particles, fragments and shrapnel from accelerators, from space exploratons we have gotten Tang, Teflon, pictures and about 800 hundred pounds of moon rocks, from evolution we have learned that Piltdown Man is a hoax (after 43 years,) from the search for renewable energy, we have learned, wind generators and solar collectors do well at reducing the bird population.
Without question, the greatest technological achievements, have been in electronics. In about one hundred and twenty years we have advanced from a meager understanding of direct current, to alternating current, to square wave electric currents, transistor flip-flops, computers, cellphones and the march is not over yet. With the invention of the transistor, we have gone from vacuum tubes to cell phones with 32 gigabytes of memory. This advancement has come about because of people, workers putting stuff together and selling the things they invented, designed, financed or made. The things that have benefited mankind the most, have been things made to be sold. Edison’s light bulb, the electric motors from Westinghouse, the telephone from Alexander Bell, the operating system from Bill Gates, and even penicillin from Pasteur are a few examples of many thousands.
This e-book is an excerpt from, "The New Physics, Now," it is an effort to propel new technologies to even higher levels. It is not so much, that the proposals that are presented are deemed worthy of greatness, but that they, in some small way, may provide the impetus to think differently and drive people to make new things. The wealth a person accumulates is proportional to the number of people that they serve. I hope many people become very wealthy. There are other experiments described in "The New Physics, Now," such as gravity modification, electro-chemistry, tunneling electrons, and measuring beyond the Planck Length.
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