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Nuclear Explosions As A Guarantee Of Environmental Safety
25.09.2006 00:06
Nuclear Explosions As A Guarantee Of Environmental Safety

Researchers from research & development company Energomash (Moscow region) claim world energetic problems can be solved by means of building an orbital system of Earths energy supply.
      Said orbital energy supplying system will be build from extraterrestrial materials, processed in space. Said materials would be extracted from iron and nickel containing asteroids, weighing tens of millions of tons, which should be transported to high Earths orbits by means of series of nuclear explosions out of Earths gravitation field. During the first stage said explosions would be performed via nuclear-missile weapon components of the world-leading countries.
      Energy would be transferred to our planet by means of a reflected solar beam, concentrated on particular areas on the ground. Further stages would possibly involve ultra-high frequency radio beam.
      The authors of the concept are sure that the orbital system of Earths energy supply is environmentally safe and economically effective. However, its development requires efforts of the whole world.
      Source: Science & Life


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