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Water & Desert Oasification Atmospheric Water Generators

This section covers water. A new technology is discussed—Desert Oasification Atmospheric Water Generators (DOAWG). DOAWG collect water in hot deserts & will help solve global warming.

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Water — Introduction

While developing my fusion powerplant ideas I came across multiple references to desalination plants. The world needs fast amounts of fresh water. One way of getting fresh water is to start with salty ocean water and remove the salt by using desalination plants. Unfortunately, desalination has many problems. The biggest problem is it energy intensive. Many fusion researchers have mentioned the benefits of using fusion energy to power desalination plants. I figured, “I must understand desalination in order to promote fusion.” So once again, I was off working on something I did not expect.

While I was studying desalination, I realized there might be a better way. The sun evaporates water already. That is nature's way of desalinating. This humid air moves via the atmosphere to the places in the world that need water. That is nature's way of shipping the water. Unfortunately, especially in hot desert areas, cold fronts do not collide with this hot, moisture-laden air to produce rain. The trick would be to create artificial rain. What was needed was a way to economically cool massive amounts of hot humid air in desert regions in order to condense the moisture out of the atmosphere. What I designed was a simple, robust system, that would be significantly less expensive than building desalination plants, and would avoid the problems desalination creates. I call these devices, Desert Oasification Atmospheric Water Generators — #DOAWG.

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John Nordberg

Hello, my name is John Nordberg. Welcome to my site. It is a very old website going through some growing pains. I hope you enjoy my vision of time, the grand unification of physics, the solution to fusion energy, a new solution for getting fresh water in hot deserts, and a solution to global warming.


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Tha Ball of Light Particle Model

This 3-dimensional, geometric equation, is the key to unifying physics. Basically, it states that if you take the “cross product x“ of the electric field vector E and the magnetic field vector B, the result is the gravitational field vector G.Do not confuse the gravitational field “vector G“ (it has a small arrow above it) with the Gravitational constant (which is represented by a big "G" without a vector arrow above it) or with gravitational acceleration (which is represented by just a small "g").




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US Patent #6,888,434 (Nuclear fusion reactor incorporating spherical electromagnetic fields to contain and extract energy)

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