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Atmospheric Heat Reduction DIY Kit: Reduce Global Warming

A project in Calgary, Canada by Larry Danberger

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Reduce the atmospheric temperature by converting heat to light and beam it to space. Light is not affected by GHG. Climate action now.
Backers: 3
Average Pledge Per Backer: $12 CAD

Funded: $37 CAD of $80,000 CAD
Dates: Aug 12th -> Sep 11th (30 days)
Project By: Larry Danberger
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September 3rd - via: kickstarter.com
You've asked for further details on how this works, hopefully this video answers your questions. For anyone building it themselves, please be careful! ┬áMake sure max amps and max volts of panel match light emitter range. ┬áConsult an expert if you... (Read More)

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