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email re: NH3 re: “Does that fan keep the cows cool?”

From: ScreenName31415 CityHall12357
Subject: NH3 re: “Does that fan keep the cows cool?”
Date: March 23, 2012 5:52:11 AM AKDT
To: jamesaintexas@yahoo.com
Cc: cidfreud@aol.com, Jennifer.Puser@maine.gov, info@FutureNetGroup.com
Bcc: timothy.maxwell@ttu.edu

NH3 re: “Does that fan keep the cows cool?”

1. While falling asleep it occurred to me – despite the fact the exhaust of NH3 combustion contains no greenhouse gases, what will be the effect on global warming of heating up our atmospheric nitrogen?

A similar heat dissipation issue exists in the solar seawater distillation economy, but my research has found claims of a convection firewall in our oceans. Is it correct that WHEN BOTH WATER AND HEAT MOVE UPWARDS AT THE SURFACE, A LOWER LAYER CAN REMAIN COOL? For details, please visit –


2. Secondly, cows reminded me methane is a more potent greenhouse gas than carbon oxides. Have any strategies been developed yet to make sure the increase in animal waste which will come with increasing our supply of NH3 can be managed so as to contain and recycle the methane it generates?

3. Low, thin, cumulus clouds best reflect and least trap solar radiation which causes the greenhouse effect. Manufacturing such clouds might be an area which appeals to your inventiveness.

And what else might you, or I need to know?

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