Saturday, November 1, 2014

The Boone Dam Sinkhole after the Panama Canal Quake of 29 October 2014.

The Tampa Florida sinkhole tragedy also occurred after an earthquake in the Panama Canal area:
http://glaringlacuna.blogspot.in/2013/03/sinkholes-and-damquakes-tampa-florida.html
Now the Boone Dam sinkhole seepage below the dam  has occurred:
http://enenews.com/sinkhole-develops-dam-water-starting-seep-base-7-nuclear-reactors-downstream-nrc-notified-event-plants-evaluating-potential-impact-flooding-official-uncommon-occurrence-monitoring-continuousl
The world's dams apply enormous surges of water moments at various points on the earth, the power impulse of which in this case was more than 2 million terawatts. See Table capturing my analysis:


Note that the location of the earthquake South of the Panama Canal was identical to that in the Tampa Florida tragedy above. The surges applied by the dams in both instances are comparable-millions of terawatts. For comparison, the entire electrical power capacity of the World is only 6 terawatts!
Now let us get a sense of the depth of the sinkhole

Boone Dam Sinkhole

Es,Energy released by the World's dams(Table above) 1.8163E+18  Nm
Force applied at Boone dam by 255 BCM

world Dam Watercontent change 2.50155E+15  N
Displacement, sinking,m 726.0  m
 

Mahatma Gandhi having one look at this mess of modern civilization(MC) exclaimed: Given enough time MC will destroy itself(1908). That time constant is of the order of a day!
Better have a look at the Panama canal locks also please.

Now we have on our hands 7 nuclear reactors situated downstream of the Boone Dam.

Quick abandon MC and Reforest Mother earth to Live! Replace dams by trees ecologically and pastures- bring back the ecology by a millennium year program of ecological reforestation and phasing out of dams, stopping nukes and redesigning our ways of life so that it is in harmony with nature.
See http://practicethevedas.blogspot.in/2008/05/reforest-mother-earth-to-live.html

The Analysis of the sinkhole

As I have pointed out re Sinkholes and specifically re the B-dam, the World's dams are the culprit. See http://glaringlacuna.blogspot.in/2014/11/the-boone-dam-sinkhole-after-panama.html
Excerpt: The world's dams apply enormous surges of water moments at various points on the earth, the power impulse of which in this case was more than 2 million terawatts.
Now let us analyse the direction in which this impulse is applied. When the dams are up to the brim like at the end of the monsoon, the full water pressure head corresponding to this total water content is applied at the centre of gravity of the world's dams. So at the Boone Dam foundation, the water moment due to some 10000 billion cubic meters(BCM) of water or more is applied, direction up(skyward). Now, if this total water content is changed, that is reduced,by a total instantaneous water withdrawal of 250 BCM(present case), there will be a sudden reduction in the water moment at the base of the dam corresponding to this amount. This causes the ground underneath Boone Dam to sink suddenly. The applied impulse power being of the order of two million terawatts, what do you think may be the depth of the sinkhole?! For a sense of the problem note that an applied dam surge of 250 BCM at the sinkhole is some 30000 times the shear modulus of granite of 0.7x10^11 Newtons /sq.m(Pa)..

See also analysis of the Kosi river shift at 
Phase out the modern and go normal. Nature's answer to dams: Trees,pastures,forests.
Reforest Mother earth to Live!
http://practicethevedas.blogspot.in/2008/05/reforest-mother-earth-to-live.html

Tuesday, October 7, 2014

THE PARCHIN ORANGE FLASH EXPLOSION CAUSED BY THE WORLD'S DAMS?

PARCHIN EXPLOSION AND FIRE CAUSED BY THE DAMS OF THE WORLD BY APPLYING THE PRECAUTIONARY PRINCIPLE
© 2014 R. Ashok Kumar

Re: http://www.asiandefencenews.com/2014/10/fire-kills-at-least-2-at-iranian.html

and enenews:
Latest Headlines:

NYTimes: “Enormous orange flash” seen around suspected nuclear site as mysterious explosion rocks one of world’s largest cities — US Gov’t: We are “monitoring the situation closely” — Reports: Windows broken 9 miles away, all trees burned over large area (PHOTO)

"An explosion rocked the Iranian capital on Sunday, with an enormous orange flash illuminating Tehran at around 11:15 p.m. local time.Iran’s Defense Industries Organization officials said that two workers lost their lives as a result of fire and explosion at an “explosive material production unit” east of Tehran, the semi-official news agency ISNA reported."












There were four earthquakes in the vicinity of the Parchin site before the orange flash explosion at the factory site(Table PARCHIN1):
The location of Parchin: 35.4883,51.7623 as appears in the tables.


How the dams of the world have contributed to this explosion


The dams of the world are causing huge surge waves of bending moments – both body and surface waves to emanate from their center of gravity at 25.69,113.43 at which a change in water moment of all the reservoirs of the world appeared totaling 255 billion cubic meters(BCM). This change in the reservoir contents was effected to meet the water consumption needs. This change brought about an avalanche of surges all around the globe to cause the earthquakes. The surge appeared at Parchin at 19:54.61 hrs UTC between two earthquakes as shown in Table Parchin2. The surge was equivalent to a great earthquake of magnitude 8.75. This analysis and conclusion are on the basis of the application of the precautionary principle. The energy input into the location from the surge was of the order of a million terawatts. World Total Electricity Generation: 2013[2]    23,127,000 GWH or 23127 TWH. Energy capacity at 65% load factor is    4 Terawatts.


Monday, June 23, 2014

Modern Civilization creates Chaos at Subansiri







The dam is not an isolated destroyer of forests. The dams of the world are destroying the climate itself. The change in water pressure head of each dam from instant to instant accumulate to a gigantic instantaneous pressure head change of millions of Everest heights to cause literally the suicide of modern civilization. The surges of such water head changes cause the well known sledge hammer effects at the centre of gravity of the world's dams at (25, 109)(in China) and have so far resulted in nuclear explosions by a nuclear effect in causing earthquakes in Kyshtym(September 1957)(nuclear waste explosion resulting in radioactivity release in Siberia whose effects are still being felt), Windscale fire(October 1957), the three mile island core melt(March 1979), the Chernobyl core melt(April 1986), the Narora fire(March 1993), The Kashiwasaki Kariwa nuclear station destruction(July 2007), the Fukushima triple core meltdown(March 2011)(Great earthquake of 9 MM magnitude), numerous mine blasts, many cloud bursts and sizzling droughts, the most notable bursts being that in Pakistan, Ladakh and Kedarnath and the drought which resulted in sunstroke killing 361 people in Andhra Pradesh this year and vast parts of India's Central and West reeling under no monsoon), the list is of course endless. The basic reason is the false foundation on which modern civilization rests.See by Google search Glaring Lacuna in meeting water needs.
Subansiri and every other dam together simultaneously interact with one another and with the earth to create chaos. But the false algorithm of modern civilization: They are non- interacting and independent of one another! Normal civilization says: There is true knowledge: To see one changeless life in all the lives, in the separate, the one inseparable!
Every sage on the Indian subcontinent saw this and encapsulated it in the timeless message: Co-operate recognising the oneness of all that is. Leave it to the extra-terrestrial wonder that is the sun to provide energy and water for life! Through forests!
This truth is not recognised by the lamest of people ever, the specialists in this society of specialists, as an anonymous avatar's comment displays. In living in this world by his own will and skill, the stupidest peasant or tribesman is more competent than the most intelligent worker or technician or intellectual in a society of specialists- Wendell Berry in The Unsettling of America: Culture and Agriculture.

Check out now the perfect fit of the dams to quakes at http://earthquakescausedbydams.blogspot.in


Saturday, June 21, 2014

Forests are the best measure of happiness-Bhutan and the World

Re:
https://www.bhutantimes.com/2013/06/bhutans-happiness-is-a-large-dam/
If there is a problem loading this page try the original source at:
http://blogs.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/Swaminomics/bhutan-s-happiness-is-large/

Bhutan possesses the best dams in the world and much much more. They are called trees.  Only God can make a tree. We can be their trustees and agents of God by making happiness grow by preserving them and nurturing them like Bhutan is endeavoring to do.
Table DFE highlights the suicidal effect of deforestation and dams:
The relative risk of earthquakes due to deforestation is 3.68 times the increase in the relative risk of earthquakes due to dams.

  
Engineered dams- man-made dams are part of modern civilization built on false foundations. By their cumulative effects on modern civilization, man-made dams are causing the suicide of modern civilization. See my complete profile by Google searching for Glaring Lacuna in meeting water needs. My visit to Bhutan last April has confirmed my worst fears regarding the inroads of modern civilization into nature in Bhutan. You may check out my impressions at
http://bhutancalling.blogspot.com
See the happiness measure of forests of Bhutan from this map(16 July 2014): floods in Nepal, floods in North East India, Floods in Bangladesh, but serene is Bhutan, heavily forested!

And see here the satellite image for India and Bhutan for 17 July 2014 at 1245 hrs UTC:



Its because of the forests of Bhutan!

In the deepest woods,
lies the heart of our country
A people without forests
is a dying race
that is why
when a tree perishes we grow
another on its grave.


unknown

Verse on a Swiss forester's wall
Samuel Mines
The Last Days of Mankind, 1971
page 111

See also
http://www.thethirdpole.net/dam-building-spoils-bhutans-green-image-2/#comment-19011

Friday, June 20, 2014

A blow by blow account of the 2014 monsoon

© Copyright 2014 Ramaswami Ashok Kumar

21 June 2014

BE HAPPY WITH LIFE!

Monsoon has picked up!
The dams are fast filling up
Alas! Natal sinks.

Glaring lacuna
In meeting World's water needs
Specialists hide it.

Dams cause El Nino!
Start up of monsoon disturbed
Sea land pressure drops!

Lag in pressure build
Heats up the west once again
Pressure builds: Monsoon!

Dams full of glee strike
Fed to the brim by World's Banks
Man's greed brings suicide.

In the dry season
Dams cause El Nino again:
Quake pattern repeated now.


Wake up! Trees are best
Their network beats gravity
Through fusion: Sun's rays!

Dams act together:
Millions of Everest heights head change
Bring death destruction

Stupidest peasant
Lives better than specialists
Using groundwater

Automatic store
Water shared justly by all
Forest happiness

Happiness supreme
In Bhutan's diversity
Returns all she takes!

Not dams but forests
Society's true foundation
Reforest to live!

Forests prevent quakes
Lets harmonise with nature
Best economy!

Feel the blows of rain
Treelessly experience
Droughts storms floods plenty

Only god makes trees
Lets be god's trustees agents
And live happily.

Earthquakes, Dams and Forests
Applying the precautionary principle, the table DFE below highlights the important phenomenon that the earthquake relative risk due to deforestation is 3.68 times the increase in the earthquake relative risk due to dams.




17 JULY 2014 at 1245 hrs UTC

Ah! The 2014 monsoon has reached all parts of India:

Table-2
Significant amounts of rainfall (in cm)
(From 0830 IST of yesterday to 0830 IST of today)
17 July 2014
ANDAMAN & NICOBAR ISLANDS:
Maya Bandar 1
Hut Bay 1
ARUNACHAL PRADESH:
Mechuka AWS 17
Tezu 10
Roing 3
Tawang AWS 2
Changlang 2
Daparijo 2
Changlang AWS 2
Miao 1
Tuting 1
Deomali 1
Namsai 1
ASSAM & MEGHALAYA:
Chauldhowaghat 17
Panbari 16
AIE NH Xing 11
Gossaigaon 10
Kokrajhar 10
Gossaigaon AWS 10
Kajolgaon AWS 8
Beky Rly.Bridge 8
Manash Nh Xing 7
Barpeta 6
Cherrapunji 6
Beki Mathungari 5
Bahalpur 4
Barpeta/Sarbhog AWS 3
Baghmara AWS 3
Dhubri CWC 2
Dholai 1
Haflong AWS 1
Tinsukia AWS 1
Williamnagar AWS 1
Margherita 1
Majbat 1
N.Lakhimpur/Lilabari 1
A P Ghat 1
B P Ghat 1
Dhubri Imd 1
Goalpara PTO 1
Goalpara CWC 1
NAGALAND, MANIPUR, MIZORAM & TRIPURA:
Kohima AWS 3
Saiha AWS 2
Phek AWS 2
Jharnapani 1
Chandel AWS 1
SUB HIMALAYAN WEST BENGAL & SIKKIM:
Mathabhanga 7
Ravangla ARG 6
Barobhisha 5
Darjeeling 5
Dinhata ARG 5
Cooch Behar 5
Pedong 5
Chepan 4
Sevoke 3
Gyalsing AWS 3
Alipurduar (CWC) 3
Falakata 3
Majitar 3
Chungthang 3
Malda 3
Damthang 2
Kalimpong 2
Namchi AWS 2
Ranipool 2
Bagrakote 2
Khanitar 2
Jalpaiguri 2
Ratua ARG 2
Gangtok 2
Domohani 2
Hasimara 2
Tadong 1
Bagdogra IAF 1
Buxaduar 1
Champasari 1
Singla Bazar 1
NH31 Bridge 1
Sankalan 1
Siliguri ARG 1
Mangan 1
GANGETIC WEST BENGAL:
Rampurhat (Drms) 19
Sri Niketan 4
Berhampore 3
Gheropara 2
Phulberia 2
Tilpara Barrage 2
Baruipur Agro AWS 2
Kansabati Dam 1
Tantloi 1
Krishnanagar 1
ODISHA:
Bijepur 5
Mundali 5
Jenapur 3
Cuttack 3
Naraj 3
Akhuapada 3
Banaigarh AWS 3
Hindol 3
Korei ARG 3
Parjang ARG 2
Tensa 2
Bhuban ARG 2
Barpalli ARG 2
Danagadi ARG 2
Altuma CWC 2
Kirmira ARG 2
Gurundia ARG 2
Kamakhyanagar 1
Laikera 1
Naktideul 1
Dunguripalli 1
Atabira ARG 1
Kolabira ARG 1
Dhamnagar ARG 1
Jajpur 1
Jamankira 1
Pallahara 1
Sohela 1
Jaipur 1
Burla ARG 1
Hirakud 1
Barmul 1
Binika 1
Hemgiri 1
Mandira Dam 1
Sambalpur 1
Bhadrak AWS 1
Kaptipada ARG 1
Panposh 1
Jharsuguda 1
Sundargarh 1
Banarpal ARG 1
Tigiria ARG 1
Rairakhol 1
JHARKHAND:
Maheshpur 14
Pakuria 9
Hiranpur 6
Godda 6
Amrapara 5
Rajmahal 3
Kurdege 3
Bokaro 2
Palkot 2
Maithon 2
Tilaiya 2
Panchet 2
Manatu 1
Mehgawan 1
Jarmindi 1
Messenjore 1
Simdega 1
Madhupur 1
Topchanchi 1
Jamshedpur 1
BIHAR:
Dhengraghat 13
Purnea 5
Parbatta 5
Colgaon 4
Katihar/North 3
Monghyr 3
Chargharia 3
Kodawanpur 3
Sono 3
Banka 2
Manihari 2
Khagadia 2
Kursela 2
Baltara 2
Kudra 2
Jamui 1
Thakurganj 1
Rosera 1
Udai Kishanganj 1
Samastipur 1
Taibpur 1
Goraul/Doli 1
Araria 1
EAST UTTAR PRADESH:
Mirzapur Tehsil 4
Mirzapur CWC 3
Mohammedabad 3
Sirathu 2
Rajghat (CWC) 2
Manjhanpur 2
Kunda 2
Robertsganj 2
Chayal 2
Fatehpur Obsy 2
Bindki 2
Bara 2
Dudhi 2
Dalmau CWC 2
Churk 2
Koraon 2
Allahabad/ PBO 2
Gyanpur 1
Deogaon Lalganj 1
Kaimganj 1
Karchhana 1
Bilgram 1
Chandauli 1
Chhatnag 1
Fatehpur Tehsil 1
Ghazipur CWC 1
WEST UTTAR PRADESH:
Garotha 7
Lalitpur 7
Moth 3
Muzaffarnagar 3
Rath 1
Khairagar 1
UTTARAKHAND:
Haldwani 10
Kotdwara 6
Nainital 5
Uttar Kashi (CWC) 5
Uttar Kashi 5
Champawat 3
Chamoli 3
Mukteshwar 3
Barkot 3
Roorkee 3
Almora 3
Bhatwari 3
Munsiyari 2
Jakholi 2
Karnaprayag 2
Tehri 2
Pithoragarh 2
Keertinagar 1
Deoprayag 1
Bambasa 1
Landsdown 1
Hardwar 1
Dehra Dun 1
Tehri (CWC) 1
HARYANA, CHANDIGARH & DELHI:
Naraingarh 16
Sadhaura 3
Panchkula AWS 1
PUNJAB:
Nawanshahr 15
Phillaur 7
Salern AWS 6
Balachaur 4
Garhshankar 4
Aurphambra Road ARG 3
Nangal 3
Tibri 3
Talwandi Sabo 3
Mukerian 2
Moga 2
Dasuya 2
Bhatinda 2
Hoshiarpur 2
Nabha ARG 2
Zira 1
Batala 1
Mahurana ARG 1
Samrala 1
Samrala AWS 1
Ludhiana 1
HIMACHAL PRADESH:
Una 14
Renuka 13
Una (AWS) 11
Paonta Sahib 11
Sangrah 7
Nahan 6
Baijnath 4
Bangana (Revenue) 4
Amb 4
Palampur 4
Bangana (Forest) 4
Sujanpur Tira 4
Rampur 4
Nadaun 3
Ams Kangra 3
Gohar 3
Saloni(Agri) 2
Dalhousie (AWS) 2
Mandi (AWS) 2
Tissa 1(Rsd) 2
Mandi 2
Bharmaur 2
Guler 2
Ghamroor 2
Kandaghat 1
RL 1700 1
Pandoh 1
Dharmpur 1
Dharamshala 1
Bajura Agro 1
Ams Shimla 1
Kheri (Rsd) 1
Keylong (AWS) 1
Karsog 1
Bijahi 1
Bilaspur (AWS) 1
Udaipur 1
Kahu 1
Jogindernagar 1
Khadrala 1
Rajgarh 1
Mehre 1
Kullu (Bajora AWS) 1
Keylong 1
Sarahan 1
JAMMU & KASHMIR:
Sheshnag AWS 3
Katra 3
Chandanwari AWS 2
Batote 2
Pahalgam 2
Amarnath Holy Cave AWS 2
Kupwara 1
Kathua 1
WEST RAJASTHAN:
Marwar Junction 6
Nokha 5
Sinderi (State Raingauge) 5
Sriganganagar Tehsil SR 5
Bali 5
Sumerpur SR 5
Pachpadra 5
Siwana SR 5
Parbatsar 5
Nawa 4
Gudamalani SR 4
Ganganagar 4
Dorimanna SR 3
Raipur SR 3
Sojat 3
Makrana SR 3
Desuri 3
Phalodi Tehsil SR 3
Raniwada SR 3
Osian SR 3
Phalodi 3
Khivensar SR 3
Pali 3
Bagoda SR 3
Sayla SR 3
Gida SR 2
Ahore SR 2
Jalore 2
Sadulsahar SR 2
Merta City 2
Balotra SR 2
Bhinmal 2
Jaswantpura 2
Sanchore 2
Jaitran 1
Rajgarh / Sadulpur 1
Luni SR 1
Kolayat Magra 1
Pokhran 1
Bhopalgarh SR 1
Nokh SR 1
EAST RAJASTHAN:
Anta SR 7
Pratapgarh 7
Bari Sadri 6
Dhariabad 6
Jhadol SR 5
Kotda SR 5
Begu SR 5
Badesar SR 5
Pipalkhunt SR 5
Jaipur Aero 5
Dungla SR 4
Kherwara 4
Karauli 4
Deeg SR 4
Girva SR 4
Ajmer Tehsil SR 4
Baran 4
Udaipur 3
Kapasan SR 3
Aspur 3
Ganeshpur SR 3
Jawaja 3
Bayana 3
Sarara 3
Vallabhnagar 3
Manohar Thana 3
Chittorgarh 3
Nimbahera 3
Ajmer 3
Amet 3
Atru SR 3
Bhopalsagar SR 3
Khandar SR 3
Srimadhopur 3
Beir SR 2
Sanganer Tehsil SR 2
Deoli 2
Shahabad 2
Nadbai 2
Bakani SR 2
Sirohi 2
Gogunda SR 2
Mandana SR 2
Pipalda SR 2
Malerainadunger SR 2
Udaipur Aero 2
Sheoganj 2
Govindgarh SR 2
Dungarpur Tehsil SR 2
Hindaun 2
Abu Road SR 2
Pushkar SR 2
Hindoli 2
Arnod SR 2
Mangrol 2
Devel SR 2
Sangod 2
Danpur 2
Chabra 2
Sambhar SR 2
Kekri SR 2
Kishanganj 2
Pirawa 2
Chhotisadri 2
Sawaimadhopur Tesil SR 2
Malpura 2
Rajgarh 1
Dhambola 1
Ramgarhshekhatan SR 1
Nayanagar/Beawar 1
Bhungra SR 1
Nithuwa SR 1
Asnawar SR 1
Sawai Madhopur 1
Hurda SR 1
Rashmi SR 1
Deogarh 1
Rajsamand 1
Bari 1
Sabla SR 1
Mavli 1
Mangliawas SR 1
Galiakot SR 1
Jhalawar 1
Sapotra 1
Gegal SR 1
Geola SR 1
Sarwar 1
Todabhim 1
Danta Ramgarh 1
Pindwara 1
Reodar SR 1
Mount Abu 1
Nagar SR 1
Sarmathura SR 1
Lachmangarh 1
Salumber 1
Masuda SR 1
Mandalgarh 1
Dug 1
Pachpahar SR 1
Kumbhalgarh SR 1
Mounntabu Tehsil SR 1
WEST MADHYA PRADESH:
Betul AWS 6
Ganjbasoda 5
Pandhana 5
Mandsaur AWS 5
Indore AWS 5
Khandwa AWS 4
Shegaon 4
Bhainder 3
Salwani/Silvani 3
Bhikangaon 3
Sehore AWS 3
Sendhwa(Med) 3
Shivpuri AWS 2
Begumganj 2
Khargone AWS 2
Mehgaon 2
Shajapur AWS 2
Garoth 2
Mhow 2
Ashta ARG 2
Khirkiya ARG 1
Chanderi 1
Sarangpur 1
Mungaoli 1
Multai 1
Bhopal Aws ARG 1
Sironj 1
Barwaha 1
Ujjain AWS 1
Isagarh 1
Gohad 1
Gwalior 1
Suvasara 1
Atner 1
Jabot 1
Depalpur 1
EAST MADHYA PRADESH:
Orchha 11
Ghansore 6
Maihar 6
Rehli 5
Lakhnadon 5
Sagar AWS 4
Rewa AWS 4
Jabalpur New AWS 4
Nainpur 4
Garhakota 3
Amarkantak 3
Patan 3
Satna AWS 2
Nagode 2
Sidhi AWS 2
Gudh 2
Anuppur AWS 2
Hanumana 2
Hatta 1
Mandla AWS 1
Seoni AWS 1
Nowgong 1
Khurai 1
Kotma 1
GUJARAT REGION:
Umergam 15
Gandevi 12
Vapi 10
Daman 9
Vansda 8
Pardi 6
Madhbun 5
Dhansura 5
Silvassa 4
Valsad 4
Dharampur 3
Kaprada 3
Gandhinagar 3
Nanipalson 3
Bhiloda 3
Dhanera 3
Umerpada 3
Jhagadia 3
Satlasana 3
Prantij 3
Meghraj 2
Mangrol 2
Santalpur 2
Viramgam 2
Ghandinagar AWS 2
Mansa 2
Ankleshwer 2
Chikhli 2
Dangs (Ahwa) 2
Amirgadh 2
Ahwa AWS 2
Mahuva 2
Olpad 2
Dharoi Colony 2
Kheralu 2
Khedbrahma 2
Idar 1
Vijaynagar 1
Danta 1
Bhabhar 1
Bharuch 1
Deodar 1
Unjha 1
Valia 1
Modasa 1
Vadali 1
SAURASHTRA & KUTCH:
Veraval 10
Malia 9
Mangrol(J) 9
Mendarda 9
Porbandar 7
Kodinar 7
Kalyanpur 6
Lathi 6
Babra 6
Dhoraji 5
Dhrol 5
Upleta 4
Dhoraji ARG 4
Jamkandorna 4
Lodhika 4
Lodhika ARG 4
Diu 4
Dhrol ARG 4
Talala 4
Rajula 4
Chotila 4
Bhesan 3
Ranavav 3
Jasdan 3
Sutrapada 3
Gondal 3
Bhuj 3
Wankaner 3
Jamjodhpur 3
Manavadar 3
Manavadar ARG 3
Gadhda 2
Bhanvad 2
Una 2
Vanthali 2
Savarkundla 2
Kandla New 2
Amreli 2
Savarkundala ARG 2
Palitana 2
Rajkot 2
Okha 2
Keshod 1
Junagarh AWS 1
Lilia 1
Jodia 1
Khambha 1
Mahuva 1
Dhari ARG 1
Vadia 1
Kutiana 1
KONKAN & GOA:
Matheran 18
Talasari 15
Sudhagad Pali 14
Roha 13
Bhira Imd Part Time 13
Vada 13
Tala 12
Pen 11
Bhiwandi 11
Dahanu Imd Obsy 10
Poladpur 10
Vikramgad 10
Karjat Agri 10
Ulhasnagar 9
Alibag Imd Part Time 9
Murbad 9
Khalapur 9
Chiplun 8
Ambernath 8
Jawhar 8
Kalyan 8
Khed 7
Mandangad 7
Rajapur 7
Tbia Imd Part Time 7
Shahapur 7
Dapoli Agri 7
Murud 7
Thane 7
Guhagarh 7
Mokheda FMO 6
Devgad 6
Lanja 6
Mumbai (Santacruz) 6
Mahad 6
Valpoi 6
Mangaon 5
Kankavli 5
Sawantwadi 5
Panvel Agri 5
Palghar Agri 5
Ponda 5
Harnai Imd Obsy 5
Sanguem 5
Sangameshwar Devrukh 4
Margao 4
Mhasla 4
Malvan 3
Marmugao Pmo Imd 3
Ratnagiri Imd Obsy 3
Uran 3
Dodamarg 3
Kudal 3
Vengurla Imd Pt 3
Pernem 2
Quepem 2
Mapusa 2
Dabolim N.A.S. Navy 2
Mumbai (Colaba) 2
Panjim Imd Obsy 1
Canacona 1
Shriwardhan 1
MADHYA MAHARASHTRA:
Mahabaleshwar Imd Obsy 17
Igatpuri 13
Gaganbawada 12
Vadgaon Maval 11
Paud Mulshi 9
Chandgad 7
Velhe 7
Radhanagari 5
Shahuwadi 5
Ajra 5
Ozharkheda FMO 4
Gargoti / Bhudargad 4
Bhor 4
Harsul FMO 3
Dindori 3
Panhala 3
Patan 3
Dhadgaon/Akrani Hydro 3
Nashik Imd Obsy 3
Kagal 2
Satara Imd Obsy 2
Gadhinglaj 2
Hatkanangale 2
Nandurbar 2
Chopda 2
Khed Rajgurunagar 2
Yaval 2
Peint 1
Wai 1
Junnar 1
Shirala 1
Kolhapur/Karvir 1
Pune AP Lohegaon 1
Chalisgaon 1
Ambegaon Ghodegaon 1
Bhadgaon 1
Shirol 1
Karad 1
Muktainagar / Edalabad 1
Raver 1
Shahada 1
Satna Baglan 1
Amalner 1
MARATHAWADA:
Phulambri 2
Khaldabad 1
Bhokardan 1
Kannad 1
Vaijapur 1
VIDARBHA:
Deoli 3
Warora 3
Babulgaon 2
Akola 2
Hinganghat 2
Warud 1
Jalgaon Jamod 1
Ner 1
Paratwada 1
Samudrapur 1
Ashti 1
Saoner 1
Balapur 1
Barshitakli 1
Mahagaon 1
CHHATTISGARH:
Dondilohara 1
Pathalgaon 1
Raipur 1
Saraipali 1
Dongargarh 1
COASTAL ANDHRA PRADESH:
Prathipadu (ARG) 2
Dowleshwaram 1
Peddapuram(A) 1
Nandigama 1
Kandukur 1
TAMILNADU & PUDUCHERRY:
Hinnakalar 5
Naduvattam 4
Devala 3
Valparai PTO 3
G Bazar 2
Valparai Taluk Office 2
COASTAL KARNATAKA:
Siddapur 13
Manchikere 7
Puttur Hms 6
Sirsi Agro 6
Siddapura 5
Jagalbet 5
Kadra 5
Dharmasthala 4
Banavasi 4
Kollur 4
Subramanya 4
Belthangady 3
Uppinagadi 3
Yellapur 3
Bhatkal 2
Karkala 2
Karwar 2
Mani 2
Mangalore 2
Mudubidre 2
Kirwati 2
Bajpe Obsy 1
Honavar 1
Shirali 1
Ankola 1
Mundgod 1
Kumta 1
Kundapura 1
Panambur Obsy 1
Sulya 1
NORTH INTERIOR KARNATAKA:
Londa 9
Khanapur 4
Hirekerur 2
Belgaum City 2
Sankeshwar 2
Kanabargi AWS 2
Haveri Apmc 1
Haveri PTO 1
Kalghatgi 1
Hounsabhavi 1
Kundgol 1
Rattihalli ARG 1
Bydgi 1
Haunsbhavi ARG 1
Kaginele ARG 1
Belgaum Airport 1
Chikodi 1
SOUTH INERIOR KARNATAKA:
Bhagamandala 17
Hosanagar 17
Linganamakki 16
Kamardi 15
Kottigehara 11
Kalasa 9
Agumbe 8
Hulikal ARG 7
Thirthahalli 6
Mudigere 6
Sorab 5
Jayapura 5
Sringeri Hms 5
Hunchadakatte 5
Napoklu 4
Shiralkoppa 4
Poonampet Pwd 3
N R Pura 3
Sagar 3
Koppa 3
Ballupet 3
Belur 3
Somwarpet T.O. 3
Thyagarathi 3
Thalaguppa 3
Madapur 2
Madikeri PTO 2
Arasalu 2
Virajpet 2
Anavatti 2
Bhadravati 2
Balehonur 1
Davangere PTO 1
Channagiri 1
Davangere 1
Hassan PTO 1
Bharamasagara 1
Tarikere 1
Arkalgud 1
Lakkavalli 1
Hospet 1
Harihar 1
Shikaripur 1
KERALA:
Pookot 9
Vadakara 6
Irikkur 5
Manantoddy 5
Vyttiri 5
Nilambur 5
Quilandi 4
Palakkad 4
Mannarkkad 4
Mattanur 3
Kozhikode 3
Karipur AP 3
Perinthalamanna 3
Kannur 3
Kuppady 3
Hosdurg 3
Angadipuram 2

29 June 2014 at 03:12 UTC
At 9 AM IST or 330 AM UTC a four story building in Delhi crashed killing women and children and men:
http://www.deccanherald.com/content/416637/10-die-delhi-crash.html
The crash occurred at 330 AM UTC as a huge dam surge was passing from a damquake in Peurto Rico Region
2014-06-28   03:21:10.019.17 N  66.81 W  182.8 PUERTO RICO REGION
to a damquake in Western Turkey:
2014-06-28   03:33:18.239.53 N  28.85 E  32.6 WESTERN TURKEY

At 3:30 AM UTC the Inderlok Delhi 4 story building crashes due to surges of the World's Dams:
Applying the precautionary principle we arrive at the following Table for the disaster which killed 10:


See observations on the Chennai building collapse for similar findings regarding the Delhi building collapse.
At 1200 hrs UTC on 28 June 2014 a 12 story building collapses as a dam surge passed through its foundations at that time:
See
http://www.thehindu.com/news/cities/chennai/4-dead-several-trapped-in-chennai-building-collapse/article6158439.ece?homepage=true
The dam surge was passing from the damquake
2014-06-28   11:54:07.838.77 N  26.24 E  23.0 NEAR THE COAST OF WESTERN TURKEY
to the damquake
2014-06-28   12:24:30.019.83 S  69.26 W  983.5 TARAPACA, CHILE
On the way at 1200 hrs UTC it struck the building in the midst of lashing rains in the evening at Chennai at 1730 hrs IST.
See also:
http://www.thehindu.com/news/cities/chennai/4-dead-several-trapped-in-chennai-building-collapse/article6158439.ece?homepage=true


28 June 2014 Chennai 12 story building collapses due to the Surge Waves of  the World’s Dams

Applying the precautionary principle we arrive at the following Table for the disaster which killed 10 workers:



Note the surge at the center of gravity which is a total world reservoir content change of 246 BCM which is 246 million kilometers of water pressure surge which resulted in a water moment surge at the building collapse location of 763x10^19.05 N-m, equivalent to a moment magnitude of 8.6 MM great damquake. This is the cumulative suicidal effect of the dams ignored by the premises of modern civilization which states: There is no such cumulative effect! This is based on false specialist knowledge:
We see the separate existences apart and seeing them apart, hold it to be true.
Perfect knowledge enunciated in the Gita: Too see one changeless life in all the lives,
In the separate, the one inseparable.




28 June 2014  11:55:49 UTC

Arunachal Pradesh Landslides and heavy rains in capital
http://www.deccanherald.com/content/416453/landslides-arunachal-district-due-incessant.html



Fire in CST office fifth floor near Railway station CST Mumbai at 0005 hrs on 27 Jun 2014.
Mumbai zero rain till 28 June 2014:

See Mumbai rains at the sat image Kalpana I:

Look at the rains in the four homogeneous regions to 26 Jun 2014:






 27 June 2014 13:45:02

Assam: Rains extremes 
Floods electrocute people
Dams harass: landslides.


Dams fill up worldwide
Surge waves disrupt railway tracks
Gas pipeline explodes

Apply precaution!
Dams' cumulative effects
Destroy everything!

Guwahati flooded: See
http://www.deccanherald.com/content/416276/six-die-electrocution-landslide-rains.html


At 4 AM on 27 June 2014, GAIL pipeline catches fire at Nagaram, East Godavari district, Andhra Pradesh:
http://www.deccanherald.com/content/416288/15-burnt-alive-gail-pipeline.html
Nagaram : Latitude 17.0478, Longitude 80.0982
See the hotspot map(Web Fire Mapper NASA):
Total number of fires detected : 5
[ONLY TOP 5 RESULTS ARE SHOWN.]
LatitudeLongitudeDateTimeBrightnessConfidenceScanTrackSatelliteVersionBright.T31FRP
 15.837  79.4    2014-06-20    05:20    317.4   68    1.0  1.0    T    5.0    277.5    14.2 
 21.183  81.384    2014-06-21    16:55    308.7   62    1.1  1.0    T    5.0    293.5    10.2 
 16.171  79.953    2014-06-22    05:05    339.1   89    1.2  1.1    T    5.0    302.0    39.6 
 16.123  79.166    2014-06-24    04:55    318.6   70    2.2  1.4    T    5.0    299.7    22.2 
 21.195  81.421    2014-06-24    20:10    306.5   40    1.1  1.1    A    5.0    291.6    10.4 



At Chhapra in East Champaran District, Delhi-Dibrugarh Rajdhani Express derails killing 4 and injuring 23 people:
http://www.deccanherald.com/content/415783/4-killed-23-injured-rajdhani.html

At Motihari also in East Champaran, a goods train derailed:






http://www.business-standard.com/article/pti-stories/18-wagons-of-goods-train-derail-in-bihar-114062500598_1.html

The rains in India upto 25 June 2014:
Assam Floods in Guwahati in Kamrup:
PEOPLE ELECTROCUTED AND DIED DUE TO LANDSLIDES.


BIHAR EAST CHAMPARAN RAINS HEAVY
CHHAPRA, MOTIHARI, RAILWAY TRACKS DISRUPTED

EAST GODAVARI  NAGARAM HOT DRY(GAIL PIPELINE BLAST)



25 JUN 2014 8:32:25 UTC

The Damming Effect of Dams of the World has caused the monsoon to shift east by 20 degrees longitude in June 2014!
How?  see the pictures below. See the shift of the cloud cover from the Satellite cloud imagery for 8 June 2013 0600 hrs to that for  25th June 2014 at  0815 hrs- Its by very nearly  20 degrees longitude. And this is the amount by which the centre of gravity of the dams of the world in June 2014 has shifted from the mean of the centre of gravity locations for the dams between 1980 to 2011. This is 2.23 times the mean of the shifts between 1980 to 2011. The shift is 19.7 degrees longitude! The shift in the latitude is negligible and the latitude of the centre of gravity is around 25 to 26 degrees.
This disturbance goes by the hazy phenomenon called El Nino!
This is scientifically rigourously possible because the instantaneous water pressure head surges of the dams of the world taken together are millions of Everest heights! 














Look at the two INSAT images at
http://www.skymetweather.com/maps/satellite
25 JUNE 2013 23:00 UTC

25 JUNE 2014 at 13:00 UTC
The Weekly Rainfall Table for India for weeks ending 11,18 and 25 June 2014 shows the widespread scanty rains in the 2014 monsoon to date:

https://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&pid=sites&srcid=ZGVmYXVsdGRvbWFpbnxiaHV0YW5iaXJkc29uZ3N8Z3g6NjRhMmQzYzgzY2Y0YTdjZg

24 JUN 2014 at 143007 UTC





24 Jun 2014 61442 UTC

India Central and West still dry!







The accumulated reservoir contents in the eastern India China Region - a rapid build up exerted a huge water pressure head change  at the centre of gravity of the world's dams at 25, 109 and resulted in deep focus damquakes in the Fiji Region and the Sea of Okhotsk and resulted in strong and major damquakes in the Kermadec Isles and in the Ring of Fire in the Aleutian Islands. See Predicting Earthquakes/Ramaswami Ashok Kumar by Google Search.
23 June 2014

India stll dry in the central and western regions:


For the three hours ending 600 UTC on 23 June 2014 what a blank picture of monsoon over India except for the east and northeast, dammed effect!


And for the next three hours:


Cumulative past 7 days World Rain: see the flooded East and North East India and China:



22 Jun 2014

Dams really cause the so called El Nino effect by disturbing the normal processes of monsoon.


Mumbai is drier!




Rainfall time series as on 22 June 2014North East experienced double the average rains for the day:
25 mm instead of 12.5 mm.





Homogeneous Rains as on 22 June 2014:





21 June 2014
See Mumbai is dry!


A high rise building in Parel, Mumbai on 21 June 2014: 15th floor is on fire:
http://indianexpress.com/article/cities/mumbai/video-fire-breaks-out-in-mumbai-high-rise-20-feared-trapped/

Over the past week hotspots were detected in the area:
Total number of fires detected : 6
[ONLY TOP 5 RESULTS ARE SHOWN.]
LatitudeLongitudeDateTimeBrightnessConfidenceScanTrackSatelliteVersionBright.T31FRP
 21.109  72.643    2014-06-16    21:00    309.3   65    1.0  1.0    A    5.0    293.2    10.8 
 21.102  72.649    2014-06-17    17:20    306.4   45    1.0  1.0    T    5.0    288.2    7.7 
 21.102  72.644    2014-06-19    17:10    307.7   56    1.4  1.2    T    5.0    293.7    12.1 
 21.108  72.648    2014-06-20    20:35    311.1   73    1.6  1.2    A    5.0    293.2    23.9 
 19.334  73.137    2014-06-20    08:25    321.0   57    1.0  1.0    A    5.0    299.6    9.8 

See the web fire mapper NASA for 14 to 21 June 2014 as at 1934 IST:



We can expect more such events this monsoon.

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-latin-america-27954163
Huge sinkhole near World Cup stadium: Latitude = -5.7793, Longitude = -35.2009
The sinkhole opened up earlier this week after record rainfall, but has continued to grow since.
 the heavy rains in Natal area for the past 7 days:


http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/world/south-asia/Rail-communication-disrupted-due-to-heavy-rains-in-Bangladesh/articleshow/36949912.cms
DHAKA: A heavy downpour on Saturday disrupted the rail communication in several parts of Bangladesh, including the capital Dhaka, and temporarily halted movement of ships at the country's largest seaport, officials said. 


http://www.deccanherald.com/content/415028/ten-teenagers-rescued-floodgates-opened.html

Ten teenagers rescued after floodgates opened at Tenughat dam

Bokaro (Jharkhand), June 21, 2014, (PTI):































Ten teenagers, who had gone fishing in Damodar river, were trapped for over eight hours when a sluice gate at the Tenughat Dam was opened leading to sudden rise in water level, before they were rescued.
Information on Tenughat dam(Coordinates 23°43′48″N 85°49′55″E) at
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tenughat_Dam
Note that the dam was caught in the midst of the monsoon deluge:
7 to 8 mm/hr rain. See
http://trmm.gsfc.nasa.gov/trmm_rain/Events/latest_big_3hrly.gif
or the world rain map below and the cloud cover over India for 20 June 2014. 



June 20 2014

http://www.deccanherald.com/content/414976/371-die-sunstroke-ap.html
"You are here: Home » National » 371 die of sunstroke in AP

371 die of sunstroke in AP

Hyderabad, June 20, 2014, DHNS: 
At least 371 persons, mostly the old and homeless, died of sunstroke and dehydration in 13 districts of Andhra Pradesh in the last one month, with a heatwave sweeping through the state. 
A maximum of 127 persons died on June 14, with the northern coastal district of Vizianagaram recording the highest number of 49 deaths.

Revenue officials said delayed monsoon has shrunk the farming area by five lakh hectares in almost all the districts of coastal and Rayalaseema regions.

The heatwave has severely hit the fishing and aqua industry in both the Godavari and parts of Krishna districts, which recorded losses of 35 tonnes of fish and 3000 cattle."

http://www.deccanherald.com/videos/watch/7783/heavy-rains-caused-huge-damage.html
This tells about heavy rain in Hunan province of China:Latitude = 28.1124, Longitude = 112.9838

http://www.thehindu.com/sci-tech/science/el-ninos-complex-link-to-the-monsoon/article6127021.ece
" During the positive phase of the ‘Equatorial Indian Ocean Oscillation (EQUINOO),’ there is enhanced cloud formation and rainfall in western part of the equatorial ocean near the African coast while such activity is suppressed near Sumatra.
This phase is associated with good rains over India. Its negative phase, when cloud formation and rainfall flares up near Indonesia, retards rains over India." Italics mine.
My analysis:
We must bring in the effects of the world's dams in disturbing the normal pressure difference between the ocean and the land such as over the Indian subcontinent during the incipient phases of the monsoon. Thus the rest of India is dry compared to the eastern part as the cloud cover pattern at 815 UTC on 22 June 2014 shows. See the map for 22 June above. This may indeed be the phenomenon being observed as the El Nino effect.



World near real time data from NASA:

World Rain 3 hourly at 0900 UTC on 20 June 2014: Note heavy rain in Hunan Province.



And see India rain and earthquake data(from India Meterological Department site imd.gov.in):




DAILY SPATIAL RAIN, 19 Jun 2014 India





PRELIMINARY LOCATIONS OF EARTHQUAKES
DURING THE MONTH OF June2014 IN INDIA & ITS NEIGHBOURHOOD AND SIGNIFICANT GLOBAL EARTHQUAKES



Date

Time
(UTC)

Latitude
(deg.)

Longitude
(deg.)

Depth
(km)

Magnitude

Region

01/06/201410:07:1202.0°N89.6°E105.8INDIAN OCEAN
01/06/201412:25:3236.5°N70.2°E2055.3HINDUKUSH REGION, AFGHANISTAN
04/06/201407:20:1222.3°N93.4°E414.2MYANMAR-INDIA (MIZORAM) BORDER REGION
09/06/201404:46:0427.3°N88.1°E103.9SIKKIM, INDIA
13/06/201406:17:0927.7°N66.2°E335.3PAKISTAN
13/06/201413:32:4833.3°N75.8°E184.6JAMMU & KASHMIR
14/06/201403:58:4336.4°N71.0°E1805.5HINDU KUSH REGION, AFGHANISTAN
14/06/201411:11:0009.9°S91.0°E106.4SOUTH INDIAN OCEAN
17/06/201417:31:0832.2°N76.1°E104.1DISTRICT, KANGRA (H.P.)
18/06/201417:16:4530.9°N78.2°E152.9UTTARKASHI,UTTARAKHAND
19/06/201410:17:5713.6°S166.8°E606.5VANUATU
20/06/201404:20:4636.1°N68.5°E345.0AFGHANISTAN

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Saturday, June 7, 2014

World Rainfall Now

8 June 2014

Click after pasting the address and view:
Three Hourly rain:
http://trmm.gsfc.nasa.gov/trmm_rain/Events/latest_big_3hrly.gif
7 day accumulated rain:
http://trmm.gsfc.nasa.gov/trmm_rain/Events/big_global_accumlation.gif
Daily sea surface temperature analysis global noaa
http://www.ospo.noaa.gov/data/sst/contour/global_small.fc.gif

1 May 2015

NASA is not opening these images, I wonder why?

























Wednesday, May 14, 2014

THE WORLD'S DAMS AND THE TURKISH MINE DISASTER: APPLY THE PRECAUTIONARY PRINCIPLE AND PHASE THE DAMS OUT BY GROWING TREES ECOLOGICALLY.


TURKISH MINE DISASTER, 13 May 2014 at 1230 UTC AT MANISA, DAMS OF THE WORLD THE CAUSE:
THE PRECAUTIONARY PRINCIPLE APPLIED.
R. Ashok Kumar, B.E.,M.E(Power), Negentropist, Bombay Sarvodaya Mandal, 299, Tardeo Road, nana Chowk, Mumbai-400007.
© 2014 Ramaswami Ashok Kumar
See the newsreport at:

201 dead, many trapped in Turkish coal mine

Soma (Turkey), May 14, 2014, AFP:

At least 201 people were killed and hundreds more remained trapped underground after an explosion at a coal mine in Manisa province,western Turkey, the government said today, warning that rescue efforts faced a race against time.
The explosion was believed to have been triggered by a faulty electrical transformer at around 1230 GMT Tuesday.
Hundreds of people gathered around the explosion site as rescuers brought out injured workers, who were coughing and struggling to breathe due to the dust.
Sena Isbiler, a mother of one of the miners, stood on top of piles of wood, craning her neck to see who was being led out of the mine. "I have been waiting for my son since early afternoon," she told AFP. "I haven't heard anything about him yet."

Arum Unzar, a colleague of the missing miners said he had lost a friend previously "but this is enormous."
"All the victims are our friends," he said as he wept. "We are a family and today that family is devastated. We have had very little news and when it does come it's very bad," he added. 


See the Facts Table ManisaMineBlast.

From the Table, we see that out of a total world dam capacity of 8200 BCM, a sudden change in worldwide dam content of 208 BCM(about 2.5 % of the world dam capacity) took place instantaneously which was impressed at the center of gravity of the world’s dams  at  25,109. Such a sudden change in the dam content is about 23 to 24 million Everest heights(Each is 8.848 km high). This caused by a dam surge at Manisa(38.6191,27.4249) equivalent to a great damquake magnitude of 8.76 MM leading to the blast. The dam surge arrived at 12:08:21.21 hrs UTC while the reported time of the transformer event which was alleged to be the trigger for the blast, was about  12:30 UTC .
A hotspot cluster was observed at around 9 hrs UTC in the neighbourhood pointing at the heating up of the mine due to the dam surge:
Total number of fires detected : 16
[ONLY TOP 5 RESULTS ARE SHOWN.]

LatitudeLongitudeDateTimeBrightnessConfidenceScanTrackSatelliteVersionBright.T31FRP
 37.813  29.246    2014-05-13    09:10    322.9   63    1.2  1.1    T    5.0    301.6    19.3 
 37.804  29.243    2014-05-13    09:10    322.8   67    1.2  1.1    T    5.0    301.4    21.4 
 37.917  28.521    2014-05-13    09:10    319.9   72    1.1  1.0    T    5.0    304.3    11.8 
 37.808  29.165    2014-05-13    09:10    314.2   61    1.1  1.1    T    5.0    300.9    8.9 
 37.08  30.617    2014-05-13    09:10    314.5   46    1.4  1.2    T    5.0    300.4    14.5

See the hotspot map for 13 May 2014:
 
Note that all these disasters have a common antecedent: a dam surge due to a dam content change accumulated worldwide at the instant to a staggering water pressure head surge of 23 to 24 million Everest heights! Modern civilization’s designers are ignorant of this continuous destructive suicidal phenomenon of cumulative effect of dams on the structures of modern civilization, including the dam itself. Note that this year also the Badrinath Kedarnath area has been hit by giant landslides stopping the Yatra in its tracks. Wake up to the extinction phenomenon inherent in the specialist society based on modern civilization which itself is generically fatally flawed.
Phase the dams out fast by planting trees and forests in this millennium:
See
http://practicethevedas.blogspot.in/2008/05/reforest-mother-earth-to-live.html
for the solution to the predicament of modern civilization. The solution depends on truth which sees the interconnection of all that is. Transcending all is the Unknowable. Base your designs not on the false: Seeing the separate existences apart. Base your designs on true knowledge: To see one changeless life in all the lives, in the separate, the one inseparable.
Enjoy living energy use! Therein lies salvation. Its efficiency is infinity. Because we need not mine -yes mine- the bowels of the earth to energise. Let the extraterrestrial called the sun energise all our existence. The efficiency of energy use will then be infinity! And at zero cost!
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