This technology pertains to the use of heat transfer injection, through the use of caverns of metals and other materials that can hold an enormous amount of heat without the heat escaping from the cavern. One material would be tungsten metal. This technology of refrigerating / freezing the air, water, and/or other portions of the planet such as land, would pertain to the removal of the heat through the use of refrigeration transfer technology that compresses a refrigeration liquid – transferring the heat from the unintended location to an underground facility that then removes the heat from the compressed refrigeration liquid through a process of thermal conversion. The tungsten metal could be melted to store the heat in large quantities, and/or there could be power generation capabilities with this technology through the use of electromagnetic generators that convert the heat from the refrigeration liquid into electricity. There would need to be adequate insulation around the cavern to ensure the heat remains in the cavern.
- Patrick R. McElhiney
- United Nations (UN)