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Neil Manspeizer

Apr 8, 2015
12:24

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Tip-Top Energy is a leading Hi-Tech firm located in the Middle East and working toward an exciting breakthrough in geoengineering technology. The basis for this exciting new energy technology is found within thermoacoustic energy and the ecological processes that perpetuate Nature. Tip-Top Energy, was established in 2010 by pioneering researcher, Dr. Neil Manspeizer, the discoverer of Transgression-Tensility® and inventor of Biotic Technology®! www.tip-top-energy.com

Jeff Harti

Apr 9, 2015
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Hi Neil, Thank you for submitting your proposal. On behalf of the other contest fellows we look forward to reading your proposal once it has been completed. If you have any questions about completing the other sections of the proposal please let me know. Regards, Jeff

Neil Manspeizer

Apr 10, 2015
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Hi Jeff (and the other contest fellows), I hope that you find this proposal stimulating as the challenge to reach beyond sequestration is great. A ground-based remote sensing system in the Middle East is the dream of many involved in this region. I will certainly let you know if I have any questions. On behalf of Tip-Top Energy and others involved in this project including wounded warriors and allied nations; we thank you for this opportunity! Best, Neil

Dustin Carey

Jun 3, 2015
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Hi Neil, Thanks very much for the interesting proposal. I daresay my education in physics may be somewhat lacking to fully grasp your proposal, but I'll give a simplistic summary a shot. As I understand it, you're proposing harnessing the excessive heat due to the planetary radiative energy imbalance resulting from increases GHG emissions using a custom-built thermoacoustic heat engine to generate electricity? Please let me know if I'm off the mark on this. It's undoubtedly interesting, but would sufficient heat be available to generate electricity in a net positive way? There's one part of your proposal that concerns me. You note "By the year 2115, greenhouse gas emissions can be reduced by 40% which will reach a reasonable standard of sustainability that can be accepted." The World Bank, WRI, Potsdam Institute, OECD and IPCC have all indicated that complete decarbonization by 2100 is needed to avert the most serious of climate impacts, so your suggestion that a 40% reduction in emissions is acceptable seems wildly off-based. Are you perhaps referring to atmospheric CO2 concentrations, which are now about 40% higher than preindustrial levels? Best regards, Dustin Carey Catalyst

Neil Manspeizer

Jun 4, 2015
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With regard to your comment. Global warming itself seems to me like a terrific renewable energy source. True, there are questions regarding the net load current although according to my model there is sufficient heat to produce electricity for the planet. Thus, global warming could be reduced (converted to electricity with a post-emission plan) while the necessary engineering projects, such as you work on, could be put in place to avert a disaster. If my plan were accepted, then by the year 2115 the most serious climate impact would be averted. This is because the most serious climate impact is actually the variability intrinsic within global warming and the profound affect that this has on the planet's human-environmental system. Running this variability through a custom-built thermoacoustic heat engine will reduce the load on the global electrical circuit and thus the climates could be once again regulated.