>The Plekhanovs’ research estimates that an approximately 38,000 square mile installation of solar panels in a desert near the equator could generate enough power to serve the world’s electricity needshttps://www.pbs.org/newshour/science/russian-physicist-brothers-plan-resurrect-teslas-wardenclyffe-tower
The solution to global warming:>rebuild Wardenclyffe tower>place solar in every uninhabited desert>place wind farms in dead center of atlantic/pacific where there's no cargo ship traffic>transmit power across entire globe>solar works WITHOUT batteries because the sun will always be shining on some place of the Earth
I know people like to take a shit on Wardenclyffe saying it's the ramblings of a mad man, but this guy invented modern electricity. What if he knew a secret he took to the grave?
also see >>>10728069
It would have the accidental side effect of making laser rifles, gause rifles, railguns, flying cars, humanoid robot armies, giant mechas all a possibility. All these things drastically would change the military landscape and pose a security risk so it's logical to assume if it did work, the military would need to bury it for national security reasons.
I know that all sounds crazy but sometimes crazy shit turns out to be true. Is it too crazy though?