To tackle global warming, use an eyedropper or a bucket loader?
- Feb 2, 2021 10:20 pm GMT
The red cube above on the left represents 400 ppm of carbon dioxide out of the million parts of air represent by the greater cube of one cubic meter of air.
The red cubes on the right represent the 500,000 watts/s of OTEC power generated by a single cubic meter of ocean surface over the course of the years 1955-2006 in the prime OTEC region as shown below in Figure 5-2 of the National Academy’s Evaluation of the U.S. Department of Energy’s Marine and Hydrokinetic Resource Assessments, chapter 5, Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion Resource Assessment.
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