Net zero carbon was a great start. But it is time to move on and build the climate change bridge that will actually solve rising coastlines, biodiversity loss, desertification and depletion of fresh water supplies without destroying global economies along the way.
This book is dedicated to all the people around the World who are struggling with understanding and deciding how best to deal with global warming, climate change, rising coastlines, dwindling fresh water supplies, biodiversity loss, ocean pollution, and desertification. I trust you will find this book sets forth solutions and alternatives that can and will change and save the planet
Building The Climate Change Bridge is the first of a four part series dedicated to providing new solutions for solving the critical problems brought by global warming, climate change, rising ocean coastlines, biodiversity loss, desertification and fresh waters depletion. This book builds on “Chapter 21 – “Serendipity Pools for Climate Change”, from my Book 2 – “Reject Self-Serving Power”. Global warming and climate change are extremely difficult to understand and even harder to solve. Book 2 Chapter 21 walks you through the history and literature background of climate change. As discussed therein, the primary problem with virtually all leadership to date is there is no thought through bridge for how do we transition from a centuries old society based on fossil fuels to some kind of green energy based society. Global warming is real. Climate change is real. Danger from rising global ocean coastlines is real. Biodiversity loss is real. Desertification is real. Depletion of ground and surface fresh waters is real. But flying around in private jets to global conferences to espouse top down ideology and issue alarm after alarm after alarm has not and will not set forth a viable transition plan or set of strategies and tactics we can use to evolve from a society dependent on fossil fuels to a sustainable society. This book was written to provide that transition, a bridge for how we can transition from fossil fuels to green energy based societies. A bridge for how we get to there from here. As you read this book you will come to appreciate solving climate change is much more complicated than just carbon emissions and rising temperatures. This book focuses on the basic issues and offers solutions. Book 4, the second of this series, “Defeating the New Axis Powers”, focuses on the geopolitical issues related to climate change. Book 5, the third of this series, “Manufacturing By Prophecy”, focuses on the natural extension of addressing fossil fuels to solving the issue of dealing with the ultimate end of naturally existing raw materials and resources. Book 6, the fourth of this series, “ESG Investing By Prophecy”, focuses on paying for climate change and the end of natural resources.
Winning the battle against global warming is not about carbon emissions or net zero carbon. It is not about technology. It is not about some arbitrary date that the world ends if net zero carbon is not met. Winning the battle against global warming is all about water. Winning the battle against rising ocean coastlines is all about water. Winning the battle against biodiversity loss is all about water. Winning the battle against desertification is all about water. Winning the battle against groundwater and surface fresh water supplies depletion is all about water. Winning the battle against ocean pollution is all about water. Surpassing our obligations to future generations is all about water. Global warming has provided us with the opportunity to increase usable and available fresh waters by several multiples of magnitude. Rather than running around doing our best Chicken Little imitation, we should be embracing this historic opportunity to make the planet more environmentally healthy and compatible with human existence since before humans first walked the planet.
Primary Strategies To Build the Climate Change Bridge:
To be very clear: Our primary and foundational strategies to build the climate change bridge on are to:
1. Transfer ocean salt waters to the deserts of the World in sufficient quantities to build a centuries’ long runway to control rising ocean coastlines.
2. Desalinate those transferred salt waters to be used to reverse groundwater and surface fresh water depletion and ultimately increase the World’s usable and available fresh waters to 5% of the earth’s total water (a 10X multiple from the current 0.5%).
3. Use the infrastructure developed in the above to reverse biodiversity loss, desertification and ocean pollution.
Building the Climate Change Bridge will include the following steps:
1. Build and gain consensus of Federal, State and Local authorities of our plans set forth in this book, Book 2 Chapter 21, and my white paper published on the JM Prophecies blog.
2. Complete our network and Teaming Partners including construction, pipelines, desalination, marine biology, nuclear energy, solar energy, geothermal energy, aqua culture, desertification, biodiversity loss, groundwater depletion and replacement, and other areas of expertise to be determined in the early stages.
3. Focus our initial projects on: The Great Salt Lake and The Colorado River Basin. In the early stages:
a. Calculate the amount of ocean waters that can be reasonably piped inland to calculate the potential of this strategy on slowing global rising ocean coastlines.
b. Demonstrate how retaining and storing fresh waters inland can:
Remediate depleted groundwaters and other fresh waters.
Slow and remediate rising ocean coastlines.
c. Demonstrate how these strategies can be used to remediate biodiversity loss.
d. Demonstrate how these strategies can be used to stop desertification.
Assuming early stage results are favorable, continue with the following:
Build a chain of inland seas in North America. Under this plan, the States of Utah, Nevada, California, Arizona and New Mexico would all have one inland sea dug and the aforementioned facilities built in their states. There would also be 2 additional inland seas dug and related facilities built in Northern Mexico.