This facility technology would pertain to the use of multiple layers of Ice Creation Facilities vertically and inward towards a central point within a large number of Ice Creation Facilities, forming the shape of a cone similar to a volcano. The heat would be channelized to the top, and could be transmitted through laser light to other planets as a form of high-power energy generation, while the surrounding parts of the volcano cone would be made of solid ice. Other options for the top of the ice volcano could be the use of a cold nuclear reactor, such that the facilities are frozen through the refrigeration systems through turning the heat into cold, increasing the amount of cold, and the entire volcano structure turns into a variable control mechanism that can freeze at variable strengths reaching outwards beyond the refrigeration area.
- Patrick R. McElhiney
- Facilities Construction Industry (FCI)