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Part A:  Stopping Climate Change by Replacing Fossil Fuels with Equivalent Biosynfuels
    1 (Dir)  Stopping Climate Change by Replacing Fossil Fuels  What the Greenies don't want you to know about steam engines, nuclear energy, and carbon capture.
Part B:  Gateways to Abundant Clean Energies
2 (Dir)  Biosynfuel Energy Parks  Why unwanted small coal power plant sites make excellent energy parks: 1. Natural Gas Powered, 2. Oil Powered, 3. Nuclear powered, energy parks.
    3 (Dir)  Advanced Nuclear Energy  Like the Watt steam engine superseded the Newcomen steam engine, 4th generation nuclear reactors will completely supersede today's reactors.
Part C:  The Era of Carbon Neutralization: Replacing Fossil Fuels with Equivalent Biosynfuels Between now and 2050.
4 (Dir)  Replacing Big Coal. The decarbonization of electricity through replacing coal boilers with ship-sized advanced nuclear steam generators.
5 (Dir)  Replacing Oil. Using "drop-in" equivalent biosynfuels to achieve the carbon neutralization of vehicle and heating combustion fuels. 
6 (Dir)  Replacing Small Coal. Using Integral Carbon Capture (ICC) to decarbonize Combined Heat and Power (CHP) cogeneration microgrid systems for industrial building complexes.
7 (Dir)  Replacing Natural Gas.  Using "drop-in" equivalent biosynfuels to achieve the carbon neutralization of city residential and commercial heating systems. 
Part D:  Beyond Energy Parks
8 (Dir)  Energy Efficiency
9 (Dir)  Population, Resiliency, and Adaptation: Surviving in a Severely Climate Changed World


What this web site is about. (Click to enlarge.):       The Nuclear-Hydrogen-Biomass Energy System - slides

Areas this web site will focus on to achieve the goal of quickly implementing decarbonization with minimum changes in existing infrastructure:

(A) Replacing oil and natural gas with cheaper synthetic carbon-neutral biosynfuels by upgrading the world's existing 400+ oil refineries.
(B) Repowering the world's largest 1,200 coal power plants with less expensive heat from disposable molten salt nuclear reactors.
(C) Replacing the world's one million 5 mW(t) or larger industrial fires with packaged combined heat and power (CHP) micro nuclear reactors.
(D) Employing nuclear powered devices (such as Skyscrubber) for extracting large amounts of carbon dioxide from ambient air for feedstock to (1) make syngas biosynfuels and (2) for direct storage (sequestration) in the ground to reduce total amount of Climate Changing CO2 in the air.

Chapter 2 will introduce the new advanced nuclear energies and the advanced nuclear reactors they will power.

Chapter 3 will introduce advanced combustion energies we can make using nuclear energy, carbon dioxide from air, and hydrogen from water.

Chapters 4, 5, 6, 7, will discuss how we are using fossil fuels in the 4 major energy consumption areas and how new nuclear and carbon-neutral combustion energies can replace them.

Chapter 8 will discuss improving the efficiencies of the energy technologies that convert fuels into useful power will impact our lives.

Chapter 9 will discuss how ample disposable energy will impact population, resiliency, and adaption in a severely climate changed world.


About: This is an unfunded personal web site by a retired control systems engineer dedicated to educating the public about ending Climate Change by using traditional nuclear reactor energy for community electricity production and to also use advanced (high, and very high, temperature) nuclear energy to synthesize biosynfuels using the air's carbon-neutral carbon dioxide as feedstock as a way of making carbon-neutral combustion fires available for personal use by all the world's people.  Nothing more. 
All material on this web site was gathered from the internet and is being cited here for educational purposes only without any author's or publisher's knowledge.
Some material has been annotated by this web site's author. Items will be upgraded, replaced, or removed as better material becomes available.

This site's suggestions need to be properly vetted by competent engineering companies such as Bechtel or Fluor before anyone should consider taking these suggestions to the bank. 
The Devil hides in the details. Engineering a detailed preliminary design of a pilot plant for something untried is a good way to vet an idea.




1980 Honeywell "Alpha-Delta 3,000" large building complex energy management system computer installation engineered by author.