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Should geothermal energy be a major part of plans to combat global warming?

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  • Geothermal Energy Can Save Earths DEATH Day

    The reason i say that geothermal energy should be a major part of plans to combat global warming is because geothermal energy is good for the environment. But the biggest reason is because it produces alot of energy. If i have a lot of money i will donate 75 percent of my money into geothermal factories.

  • Geothermal Energy Can Save Earths DEATH Day

    The reason i say that geothermal energy should be a major part of plans to combat global warming is because geothermal energy is good for the environment. But the biggest reason is because it produces alot of energy. If i have a lot of money i will donate 75 percent of my money into geothermal factories.

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    The threat of global warming is worldwide. Therefore, the solutions must be initiated worldwide. Different parts of the globe have different attributes. In some areas, wind power would predominate just because the wind blows hard and continuously throughout the year. In some areas, solar would predominate because the sun shines for most of the year. There are areas on the globe where it would be costly, time-consuming and difficult to drill deep enough to take advantage of thermal energy. And there are places where drilling would be economically feasible and productive. Countries with oceanic coasts can take advantage of tidal energy as a reliable source of power. This would not work for Kansas or Missouri. We must stop looking for that magic bullet that will solve all our energy problems. There is none. The solution lies in a balance of all the possible ways we use what is already happening in nature to our advantage. The wind is blowing whether we use it or not. The sun shines whether we use it or not. The tides don't care if we "plug into" them for our energy. Yes, geothermal energy should be a major part of our "solution", as should wind, sun and tide.

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    The threat of global warming is worldwide. Therefore, the solutions must be initiated worldwide. Different parts of the globe have different attributes. In some areas, wind power would predominate just because the wind blows hard and continuously throughout the year. In some areas, solar would predominate because the sun shines for most of the year. There are areas on the globe where it would be costly, time-consuming and difficult to drill deep enough to take advantage of thermal energy. And there are places where drilling would be economically feasible and productive. Countries with oceanic coasts can take advantage of tidal energy as a reliable source of power. This would not work for Kansas or Missouri. We must stop looking for that magic bullet that will solve all our energy problems. There is none. The solution lies in a balance of all the possible ways we use what is already happening in nature to our advantage. The wind is blowing whether we use it or not. The sun shines whether we use it or not. The tides don't care if we "plug into" them for our energy. Yes, geothermal energy should be a major part of our "solution", as should wind, sun and tide.

  • 1 2 3

    The threat of global warming is worldwide. Therefore, the solutions must be initiated worldwide. Different parts of the globe have different attributes. In some areas, wind power would predominate just because the wind blows hard and continuously throughout the year. In some areas, solar would predominate because the sun shines for most of the year. There are areas on the globe where it would be costly, time-consuming and difficult to drill deep enough to take advantage of thermal energy. And there are places where drilling would be economically feasible and productive. Countries with oceanic coasts can take advantage of tidal energy as a reliable source of power. This would not work for Kansas or Missouri. We must stop looking for that magic bullet that will solve all our energy problems. There is none. The solution lies in a balance of all the possible ways we use what is already happening in nature to our advantage. The wind is blowing whether we use it or not. The sun shines whether we use it or not. The tides don't care if we "plug into" them for our energy. Yes, geothermal energy should be a major part of our "solution", as should wind, sun and tide.

  • 1 2 3

    The threat of global warming is worldwide. Therefore, the solutions must be initiated worldwide. Different parts of the globe have different attributes. In some areas, wind power would predominate just because the wind blows hard and continuously throughout the year. In some areas, solar would predominate because the sun shines for most of the year. There are areas on the globe where it would be costly, time-consuming and difficult to drill deep enough to take advantage of thermal energy. And there are places where drilling would be economically feasible and productive. Countries with oceanic coasts can take advantage of tidal energy as a reliable source of power. This would not work for Kansas or Missouri. We must stop looking for that magic bullet that will solve all our energy problems. There is none. The solution lies in a balance of all the possible ways we use what is already happening in nature to our advantage. The wind is blowing whether we use it or not. The sun shines whether we use it or not. The tides don't care if we "plug into" them for our energy. Yes, geothermal energy should be a major part of our "solution", as should wind, sun and tide.

  • 1 2 3

    The threat of global warming is worldwide. Therefore, the solutions must be initiated worldwide. Different parts of the globe have different attributes. In some areas, wind power would predominate just because the wind blows hard and continuously throughout the year. In some areas, solar would predominate because the sun shines for most of the year. There are areas on the globe where it would be costly, time-consuming and difficult to drill deep enough to take advantage of thermal energy. And there are places where drilling would be economically feasible and productive. Countries with oceanic coasts can take advantage of tidal energy as a reliable source of power. This would not work for Kansas or Missouri. We must stop looking for that magic bullet that will solve all our energy problems. There is none. The solution lies in a balance of all the possible ways we use what is already happening in nature to our advantage. The wind is blowing whether we use it or not. The sun shines whether we use it or not. The tides don't care if we "plug into" them for our energy. Yes, geothermal energy should be a major part of our "solution", as should wind, sun and tide.

  • 1 2 3

    The threat of global warming is worldwide. Therefore, the solutions must be initiated worldwide. Different parts of the globe have different attributes. In some areas, wind power would predominate just because the wind blows hard and continuously throughout the year. In some areas, solar would predominate because the sun shines for most of the year. There are areas on the globe where it would be costly, time-consuming and difficult to drill deep enough to take advantage of thermal energy. And there are places where drilling would be economically feasible and productive. Countries with oceanic coasts can take advantage of tidal energy as a reliable source of power. This would not work for Kansas or Missouri. We must stop looking for that magic bullet that will solve all our energy problems. There is none. The solution lies in a balance of all the possible ways we use what is already happening in nature to our advantage. The wind is blowing whether we use it or not. The sun shines whether we use it or not. The tides don't care if we "plug into" them for our energy. Yes, geothermal energy should be a major part of our "solution", as should wind, sun and tide.

  • These nuts. Gotem. Geothermal energy

    Geothermal energy is a good resource for the Earth. It will or could make our future safer for our environment. It does not require coal or other burning factors it is straight from the sun. It is straight from natural resources from the sun not like other are from non-factors.

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  • No it will not a good ideal.

    Its not a good ideal because it can cause a earthquake. But it can be used almost everywhere on Earth but you have to dig two wells, and put water in one of them, then the heat and steam will come out of the other one. But this can cause an earthquake. And earthquakes can happen when you drill into the Earth.

  • No it will not a good ideal.

    Its not a good ideal because it can cause a earthquake. But it can be used almost everywhere on Earth but you have to dig two wells, and put water in one of them, then the heat and steam will come out of the other one. But this can cause an earthquake. And earthquakes can happen when you drill into the Earth.

  • Geothermal energy is just one small part of what is needed, because it is limited by geography.

    Geothermal energy is an exciting resource and, in some places, can be used to replace energy generated by means that increase global warming. It is only a small part of the overall solution to this problem, however. The biggest issue with geothermal energy is that it is geographically limited, since you have to have a natural feature close enough and hot enough to generate power, and much of the world does not have this. Solar, wind power, or even hydroelectric, are much more widely available.

    Posted by: P4cBran
  • Geothermal energy is not a valid energy source for large scale use, and should not be a major component of plans to combat global warming.

    While geothermal energy may be a valid source of energy for some areas, it is not a valid choice for large scale use. The risks associated with installation include the need for large amounts of drilling and pipe laying, which detract from the "eco-friendly" label. Additionally, this installation would seriously disrupt the areas where the technology is being used for the duration of construction. The operation of geothermal systems also involves the use of non-green refrigerants. In short, the benefits of geothermal energy do not outweigh the risks.

    Posted by: PaltryFrankie

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