Environmentalists around the world have been warning us about the speed of human expansion destroying nature and endangering animal species. They argue that the need for additional food, shelter and fuel has squeezed ourselves and the wildlife in a shrinking habitat.
In man’s need for food and income, the very survival of these species is now endangered. At the Virunga National Park, there are only two hundred gorillas left. The bee colonies in North America are slowly disappearing. In many areas worldwide, the amphibians are slowly mutating, because of the huge amounts of chemicals that find their way to the water system. Birds are also dying because they feed on plastic residues found everywhere on land and water.
Animal habitat loss and degradation from the constant human developments, plus the associated infrastructures determined by various technologies that involve changes of wildlife behavior, result in more species becoming endangered or even extinct.
This situation is indeed alarming because it threatens the very existence of the world as we know it. However, the E-CAT could be a solution to the problem. The Energy Catalyzer can produce huge amounts of energy that is cheap, safe and abundant. This means people could start growing more food locally and sustainably, hence they would have enough to stop poaching for food and income.
The E-Cat technology could also potentially improve sustainable agriculture, horticulture and aquaculture. All these industries rely on water for safe crops. The E-Cat can also produce hot water and heat in any location, so that farmers can sustain their livelihood wherever they are, especially in remote locations that have no access to electric grids.
When there is cheap and abundant energy, it also becomes economically sound to recycle human waste so that there would be less plastic to rumpage the Earth before it’s recycled in hundreds of years.
Through impact avoidance, minimization, and sustainable use of E-Cat potential, the strain that human expansion is currently doing to (wild)life and the environment could be reduced.
Further reading: Jed Rothwell’s “Cold Fusion and the Future“