Tag Archives: Hurricane Suppression

Hurricane Season

Over the last few years there has been a lot of destruction caused by a handful of very devastating hurricanes. In fact, six of the 10 costliest hurricanes to hit the United States have struck since 2004 (Katrina, Wilma, Ike, Charley, Ivan and Rita). One of the consequences of global warming is that more energy […]

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Introducing the Salter Sink

Energy from the sun heats up the surface of the ocean. As that heat irradiates up and fuels storms, they can become ever more dangerous hurricanes. Reducing their destructive potential is possible if we can just cool off the surface of the ocean. Even just one degree centigrade might be the difference between a category […]

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Hurricane Season

As hurricane season gets rolling, we’ve been getting a lot of interest in our hurricane suppression technology, which could be a simple way to reduce the force of these massive storms. These inquiries are the result of press about Bill Gates being one of the (twelve) inventors listed on the patent. We often host “invention […]

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A System to Weaken Hurricanes

It might be possible to suppress hurricanes so they aren’t so devastating to people who live in their path. We’ve been inventing in this area along with climate change and alternative energy sources. Today a patent application related to this was published by the USPTO and TechFlash has written a nice piece about this. Some […]

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