Bernd 2021-09-24 19:31:04 ⋅ 3w No. 123279
Apparently the earth is very warm. Why can't we use this heat to generate all the energy we need? Seems simple enough. t. genius
Bernd 2021-09-24 19:34:53 ⋅ 3w No. 123280
Step 1: Drill through 35 kilometers of rock.
Bernd 2021-09-24 20:43:49 ⋅ 3w No. 123289
>>123280 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Underground_rocket why not there's modern variant in croatia, they break stones with tiny plasma bit (you can watch on youtube) also you can make large shit >1m wide and enjoy lava
Bernd 2021-09-24 20:44:17 ⋅ 3w No. 123290
or maybe it was slovenia..
Bernd 2021-09-24 20:47:29 ⋅ 3w No. 123291
Bernd 2021-09-24 23:43:38 ⋅ 3w No. 123301
>>123300 enough to make steam for power you can dig deeper obviously, its just not really tried, and maybe only possible when the crust is narrow also you don't always want the hottest/most performant configuration 400 is some average, you can obviously do better in better region, their main point is that with their tech it is feasible everywhere or in most places this will even work in antarctica, or in places where there's no fuel at all
Bernd 2021-09-25 14:59:23 ⋅ 3w No. 123310
Fossil fuel jew
Bernd 2021-09-25 16:10:22 ⋅ 3w No. 123312
It's always +5C 1m underground. Why we don't dig houses?
Bernd 2021-09-25 16:22:22 ⋅ 3w No. 123313
geothermal heat is already about to make it big
Bernd 2021-09-25 23:03:49 ⋅ 3w No. 123335
>>123312 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ground_source_heat_pump ppl pump the heat to their houses, it actually pays off yet its relatively complex to do and in colder climate basically it doesn't really work (just alone.... probably still saves few bucks when the weather is better)