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Interior Natural Desert Reclamation and Afforestation projects

 

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Is climate and weather control feasible?

It is not hubris to say that mankind has had a wide range of often un-intended affects on both the climate and regional weather. From widespread cloud seeding, like the Chinese governments' efforts before the 08 Olympics, to the statistical impacts on rainfall around major industrial areas.   As global warming advocates argue, man has through his proliferation, industry, and agricultural initiatives warmed the planet by a degree or more.

Current metrological theory holds that the deserts which gird the planet, primarily around the 30th parallel north, in combination with the katabatic winds from mountains are  the primary actors in stimulating dangerous weather around the world.  This includes tornados, cyclones, and hurricanes.    The role of the deserts, or arid regions is in the generation of significant zones of atmospheric pressure imbalances.  This combined with the effects of gravity and planetary rotation, give rise to massive winds and dramatic changes in humidity..

These theories beg the question, if the desert or arid regions could be ameliorated, would the incidence of dangerous weather be affected.   The INdRA project is an affirmative hypothesis.

We believe that desert acclimatization, not eradication, but mitigation in key areas will allow man to calm the planets weather, and provide myriad benefits as a result.  Seasonal atmospheric pressure imbalances can be significantly reduced. The dynamic control that INdRA proposes, will allow scientists and regional authorities to develop context based plans that will allow the un-bridled forces to be combat with great effectiveness.

The arid nature of the 30th parallel can be combat with increased relative humidity via enhanced evaporation channels, which will move seawater into interior arid regions, effectively modifying average relative humidity.

 

What is your vision of INdRA after successful implementation:

The INdRA projects will be characterized by active dark wide misty channels surrounded by dense vegetation and stretching for thousands of miles into deserts around the globe. Regional authorities along with international climate councils will determine and implement strategies to minimize dangerous weather conditions.

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Salt buildup will be one of the greatest challenges of INdRA projects.  However, salt as one of the most important elements for bio-mass has a significant market value, and this value will be exploited.  

Salt is widely used as a preservative for meats and is employed in some refrigeration processes, in dyeing, and in the manufacture of soap and glass. Because they are transparent to infrared radiation, salt crystals are used for making the prisms and lenses of instruments used in the study of infrared radiation.

Chlorine is used in the manufacture of PVC, which is contained in a vast number of products including blood bags and the tiny catheters used to help keep premature babies alive.