The “Green Desert Project” – Why don’t we build Evaporators ? :-)

Some E-Mail from me to my russian contact via my Linkedin-Profile ( ->


Hello Alena !

We have to act quick. Urgent ! Because we only have about 42 years, from now ->

Saving the Oceans & the Global Ecosystem:ιχθυσ/

My plan is to build VLS Evaporators into the desert of North Africa. So we can compensate the CO2-issue by bringing humidity into the upper athmosphere. And also humidity into the lower scale areas for our Green Desert Project. But we need a primary energy ressource.

So what about following technology ? ->

I would personally prefer an undercritical reactor grid allignment, equipped with several little reactor containments (I call them “Battery Capsules”) in the range of about 100g of Plutonium Pu238/239 or the eqivalent in Uranium. We already have them in the satellite technology.

This amount is uncritical and the handling is harmless. The battery temperature exchange could be managed via a small Mercury-Turbine. This would be the cheapest and best solution to stay in temperature ranges under 1000°C.

The maintainment is safe when done from good educated and trained personal. I would suggest to build the reactors deep down into the ground onto the EVAPORATOR site, about 20m or so, directly within the range of the transformer station or short range connected.

CERN and Security…



We can build high. Currently up to 1 kilometers. 200 meter are the required minimum, 400 would be better. Sand and so Concrete are not the problem; we could use sand from the desert, by re-combining it to silicium blocks and then crackling it into sharp concrete compatible sand. Just with wind & solar (cell, mirror or vaporizer) energy. 🙂

The Cooling towers could and should be created MULTI STAGED, with differrent height evaporation. They can all be drvoen by simple cold/heat machanics from the environment in then desert, we only need water, maybe salt water from the deeper areas from the sea/ocean. The salt and basic elements from de-saltification could also be used for industry processes and further construction of those towers.

Costs per 0,5 kilometer height tower (incl. infrastructure):

$ 500,000,000

Costs per 1 kilometer height tower (incl. infrastructure):

$ 4,000,000,000

Just calculate how much water damp could be vapourized per day within a special desert region.

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