The Fine Line Between Adaptation and Migration! by Johnnie Buttram
This proposal is focused to help provide the essentials to families destined to walk that fine line between adaptation and migration.
Today’s climate change clock is ticking, and the political and economic rumblings of social upheaval and chaos are becoming commonplace.
With ample food, water, and shelter . . there is normalcy!
With limited food, water, and shelter . . there is adaptation!
Without food, water, and shelter . . there is migration and massive chaos!
If we fail in our attempt to provide the economical and environmental continuity these families need to seek their sustainability through adaptation . . humanity will pay a huge price for migration and the domino dilemma of tomorrow!
Category of the action
What actions do you propose?
Who will take these actions?
Where will these actions be taken?
What are other key benefits?
The power-ends extend inland below sea level and contain manual or automated, canal gates for safe, open, shut, and adjustment situations contingent on coordinated climate data retrieved by world–wide consultants.
What are the proposal’s costs?
The objective, if possible, is to lease all equipment and contract personnel. Specialized machines will re-arrange huge land mass formations until elevations and water volumes meet required specifications.
In this example; we will use “72” inch pipe diameter (penstocks) that could be pre-stressed, concrete cylinder pipes (pccp).
In reality, we could use the easier to handle “72” inch diameter polyethylene pipes or the huge diameter polyethylene conduits manufactured by weholite in the UK.
A “72” inch pipe diameter (penstock) will flow approximately (500) thousand tons of water per day.
These “72” inch pipes, connected together, will extend far enough into the ocean where one end will always be submerged in low tide.
The other end will extend below sea level and contain “72” inch manually operated canal gates for open, shut, and adjustment situations.
They will be screened, buttressed, and secured with concrete and riprap.
Each of the (11) locations will contain (100) penstock applications.
When fully operational, each (100) penstock location will have a flow capability of (50) million tons of water per day.
The Sahara project will contain (2) locations of (100) penstock applications per operation. This (200) penstock flow capacity upon the Sahara will be approximately (100) million tons of water per day.
The total flow capacity of (1100) penstocks on (10) desert locations on Planet Earth, has the Thermal / Exchange potential of (550) million tons of sea-water to distilled atmospheric moisture per day.
These (1100) – “72” inch taps would have to run approximately (460) days at full capacity to reach the (252) billion tons required to equal (ONE PERCENT) of the land mass and Thermal / Exchange potential of the hot deserts of our world.
I believe with planetary cooperation, (11) basic infrastructure operations could be installed. This would be (1100) – “72” penstock applications installed on the (9) hottest deserts of the planet for $ 2 . 6 5 Billion (USD).