Our Contingency Plans With Oxygen Explained
We designed the use of oxygen from CO2 gas because it is a highly concentrated stream of oxygen which is easy to separate out from smoke and flue streams.
Oxygen forms the basis of animal and plant life, moving directly into the animal’s system and paired with carbon as CO2 into the plants.
It gives animals energy as they burn carbohydrates and hydrocarbons, which need to generate CO2 downstream from these metabolic activities. Plants take and use the carbon from oxygen to build their tissues like stems, leaves and trunks.
Life is more entwined with oxygen further away up in the atmosphere, where oxygen forms an immune system and a protective layer. OH compounds, called hydroxyl ions, are made by the sun rays breaking apart water into H and OH and they destroy and react with incomplete gases, greenhouse gases, stagnant gaseous molecules left over from plant oils and industrial combustion and chemistry emissions, and solid particles that are carried by the air. Hydroxyl ions affect how electrical balances work in the forming clouds, and forming rain and ice particles in clouds. They are completely harmless to animals, humans, and plants, while they kill bacteria, fungus and mold that is harmful to life. They protect life as we would like it to be protected- in an ideal way.
The Sun, under normal conditions, is always generating OH ions for us. Sun blocking technologies like intentional particle dispersal, damage the immune system by removing our ozone layer or blocking sunlight from reaching water molecules to make the OH. Blocking the Sun will hurt life. We can also make the right oxygen needed to repair the holes in the ozone layer in the upper atmosphere, restoring the right ultraviolet protection and preventing genetic damage and cancer in plants animals and humans.
We can also make OH directly from oxygen and scientifically apply it to the air to keep everything clean and trigger clouds to rain where we would like with no residues. The oxygen comes from CO2 or oxygen capture plants but the best source is CO2. It is best because we can do two other things for the environment, capture and reuse our carbon recycled from CO2, and stop CO2 releases without killing our economies.
This plan also addresses our worsening ocean acidification by reducing CO2 emissions.
Setting these plans out and helping industry to learn its options and business opportunities and hire the technology for good reasons is our mission. If you agree with our work, please tell people about us.
Viva Cundliffe, President, GC Green Carbon Inc.