|Member Since||Jan 6, 2014||CoLab Points (actual)|
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I have a great proposal which we already know and believe in. My basic belief is All forms of energy/activities/actions basically result in the increment in the thermal energy .Hence its necesary evil like the friction property. However we need to focuss on trapping and storing of the thermal energy that are produced on a daily increment process ..Hence the availability to capture ,store and use this form of energy is highly recomended. Hence the studies on capturing the thermal energy that is readily available all around us ( solar,heat,thermal) will result in global warming in my novice thought. we are so focussed on solar energy storage issue that we never made any progress in the reusability process.. I imagine every moving particle on every form to have some suit/coating (nano particle level) to have the induced storage capacity and use it in better form like listening music/playing movies/connecting to net... thermal to fuel cells conversion would defnitely reduce the global warming that we produce on a day to day basis.
|Revamping existing transportation systems to participate using solar energy||Feb 22, 2016|
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|Dhananjay Venuri updated a proposal Revamping existing transportation systems to participate using solar energy||Feb 22, 2016|
|Dhananjay Venuri created a Proposal Revamping existing transportation systems to participate using solar energy||Feb 22, 2016|
|Dhananjay Venuri joined the Climate CoLab community||Jan 6, 2014|