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SOLAR POWER

Concentrated Solar Power

CPS or Concentrated Solar Power technology is starting to take the world by storm. This massively distributed system for extracting solar energy with mirrors and lenses works by focusing the incoming sunlight into a highly concentrated area. The result is a highly scalable and efficient energy source that is allowing for gigawatt sized solar power plants.

Another similar technology, what's called concentrated photovoltaics, results in concentrated sunlight being converted to heat, which in turn gets converted to electricity.

Concentrated Solar Power plants will not only solve much of the world's energy needs, it will also double as a desalination station.

Concentrated solar power


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The present populations of the planet Earth represent physical adaptation to their environments. 
Climate change has an impact on prosperity. If climate change is not mitigated or understood early enough, the ability of a country to generate a livelihood may be impacted by increased disease, diseases that plants or animals weren't accustomed to, new pest patterns, and much more.
The more adaptable and mobile an organism is, the wider the distribution which it attains and the greater the rapidity with which it displaces its weaker kin.
Mankind has in common with all other forms of life the tendency toward expansion. 
The rise and decline, not only of peoples, but of whole civilizations have depended upon their relations to Earth and their local area.