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Global Warming Solution - Y3000 Plan part 3A

Posted on March 20, 2009 at 7:58 AM

Suggestions on global warming solutions and creating millions of jobs are everywhere. But if you think it doesn't involve you think again. There's has never been a better time in history to have your thoughts heard. If its positive action your looking for then you must read this free info article.

You don't need to be a rocket scientist or invent anything, simply adding your name can be enough to bring around change. It's called the Y3000 Plan. The Y3000 plan is designed to burn human waste (methane gas, for energy) in sewage plants, sending the left over waste into deserts and reducing Green House emissions by 20,000 tons a year. Why would we move it to the desert?

It's so simple, take Australia for example. Ten deserts so big we could build another Amazon forest within them. The problem up until now is NOTHING GROWS IN THE DESERTS RIGHT? Wrong.. The left over waste material from sewage stations is nitrogen rich, Natural fertilizer just waiting for trees to be planted. And by transporting the left over waste into the desert via pipe work it is more then economically viable and will create millions of jobs.

Diagram 1. Showing new sewer lines taking waste from major cities to be distributed throughout deserts.

Environmentalists will argue that deserts contain similar delicate eco systems as rainforests. The Great Victorian Desert the largest of all deserts in Australia was proclaimed by the Australian and British Governments in 1946. The area extended from Lake Torrens and Lake Eyre in the east of South Australia to the Western Australian border and from the Trans Australian Railway to 110kms south of the Northern Territory border. The area was used for long-range rocket testing, nuclear weapons development trials and storage for spent atomic fuels. Nine major nuclear trials involving atomic explosions and several hundred smaller scale trials were performed.

Before you read all the articles on the Y3000 plan you were probably a bit apprehensive about helping create to new Amazon forest but think about all the things you just learnt.

What a trillion dollar stimulus package buys.
How Waste Water treatment plant can be energy self-sufficient.
How much you are costing the environment.
How clean energy can make more money.
How many types of taxes your paying and what you get for your dollars.

Making a difference is easy. All you have to do is post a comment on this article or join this site. An idea is simply a thought without action and we need your action.

Our statement is "if we get enough people to support it, Governments will have to listen".

Continue Reading Part 3B Save the environment

Categories: Environment, Global Warming Solutions, Y3000 Plan

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8 Comments

Reply brittany
3:19 AM on October 27, 2009 
You are very wrong indeed.
The following animals are threatened with exticntion if you proceed in what you are doing:
® Kowari (Dasyuroides byrnei)
® Mulgara (Dasycercus cristicauda)
® Red-tailed Phascogale (Phascogale calura)
® Numbat (Myrmecobius fasciatus)
® Golden Bandicoot (Isoodon auratus)
® Bilby(Macrotis lagotis)
® Brush-tailed Bettong (Bettongia penicillata)
® Burrowing Bettong (Bettongia lesueur)
® Mala (Lagorchestes hirsutus)
® Great stick-nest rat (Leporillus conditor)
® Plains Rat (Pseudomys australis)
® Alice Springs Mouse (Pseudomys fieldi)
® Central Rock-rat (Zyzomys pedunculatus)
® Western quoll (Dasyurus geoffroyii)
Deserts and scrublands rarely receive more than 25 centimetres of rainfall annually. These bone-dry ecosystems have an abundance of life and are characterized by flatlands, rolling sand dunes, and cactus forests. Australia has a terrible record for mammal extinction. 50% of all mammal species that have become extinct throughout the world in the last 200 years have been Australian.

So you see it is not wise to we puting un natraul things in the desert. i am only 11 but i know what i'm talking about.
Reply nagarajan
3:28 AM on December 30, 2009 
The main reason for global warming is the usage of fossil fuels.
It took so many centuries to form fossil fuels by nature. But man took only two centuries to empty it...... Moreover human has brought a great danger to 'Life on earth' by over usage of fossil fuels...... Now our lives are in threaten by the global warming... IF WE ARE NOT going to put an end for GW , the nature will put an end to this.. but the result will be different..
Reply nagarajan
10:19 AM on January 15, 2010 
hello frnd,
NICE TO GET UR REPLY .....
what r u saying? you shocked me..
so, you want to convert desert into forest ?
It needs soil to grow plants..
Unfortunately desert contains sand only.. There is nothing to do with Sand though it contains lot of minerals.. The only choice we have now is to stop Deforestation.. Just think, we have been destroying the forest dramatically for more than two decades, which is the period the temperature of the earth keeps on increasing twice and thrice faster.. So, lets save our planet by reducing fossil fuel consumptions and stop deforestation..
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