Brad Haaf

Vancoouver, British Columbia, Canada

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Brad Haaf
Posted over 2 years ago
What form of renewable energy has or will have the lowest impact on biodiversity?
geothermal can be made 100% underground and have 0 impact. Only reason it emits co2 is because we do not use a closed loop system. Geothermal is by far the best answer and if used properly could be used to improve nature not impact it ... the only question is what are we willing to pay for the right answer.. or how hard are we willing to work at it.. the reality is our children will pay either way it's weather they pay in hard work or a degraded environment period
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Brad Haaf
Posted over 2 years ago
What form of renewable energy has or will have the lowest impact on biodiversity?
though current method of 2 straws in ground fracking the gap in the middle just seems dumb.. saw video explanation of it once and the presenter said something like " and as we run more 300+ degree hot water at extreme pressure through the 300+ degree rocks we find that the flow rate increases ! " and i couldn't help but lol thinking has this idiot scientist never seen cold water running through cold rock increasing the flow rate.. it's called the Grand Canyon.. and now there making these under extreme heat and pressure 1 mile underground .. ya awesome idea.. LOL and now there doing this with oil and gas ya no need for government regulation there lmao so dumb
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Brad Haaf
Posted over 2 years ago
What form of renewable energy has or will have the lowest impact on biodiversity?
na simple answer geothermal ... could ideally be built completely underground. And as far as abundance "The Geological Survey of Canada released a report in June 2011 on the geothermal resource potential in Canada and found that the in-place potential for geothermal power could exceed one million times Canada's current electricity consumption." Total Electricity Generation in Canada (2011) 592.32 Twh x 1,000,000 is more then earth consumes ?
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Brad Haaf
Posted over 2 years ago
What form of renewable energy has or will have the lowest impact on biodiversity?
(Green Energy, Climate Change, Ocean Rise, Freshwater, Food Security, Deforestation SILVER BULLET)Take a 30 meter diameter Tunnel boring machine at 100 feet from ocean drill down to whatever it can safely operate at" temperature wise".. go for 2-10km then inside the tunnel drill down 1-3 holes every 10-20 meter's to temperatures exceeding 300 degree's with enough volume to hold 50-100yr worth brine(to be recycled latter). Run sea water through the tunnel flashing to steam up a vent/turbine at the other end into a man made lake well above sea level that runs into another lake at sea level through a hydro dam and do this in 50-80 location's around the world, preferably where they need million's of gallon's of fresh water or where you could turn desert into lush vegetation...... and bam just solved green energy demand, turned enough sea water into fresh water to double available fresh water well transferring enough sea water to balance sea level rise well also solving food production with new arable land taking pressure of tropical deforestation ... basically green energy produced in a manner that also saves the world .... top that lol LOL now someone give me a billion dollars to get it rolling pl ty As to how abundant it is .. "The Geological Survey of Canada released a report in June 2011 on the geothermal resource potential in Canada and found that the in-place potential for geothermal power could exceed one million times Canada's current electricity consumption." Total Electricity Generation in Canada (2011) 592.32 Twh x 1,000,000 is more then earth consumes ? Guess can't claim "lowest impact on biodiversity" as if run properly it would amplify biodiversity...