The Collaboration

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The Collaboration
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The meeting went well with the International Agricultural Production and Education Foundation. We had agreed in trying to find a way of collaborating after the H20-Bubbles were up and running in a stable manner. Since the raising water levels it seemed imperative to get working on some form of submerged living quarters. The working model is as self sufficient basically being built on land and underwater as a continuous unit adjusting to the tidal changes that take place in such drastic fashion these days. We will be providing storage facilities for food in the lower facilities using the natural refrigeration of the deeper seas. Agricultural produce produced acts as a dual purpose agent of primarily producing food and secondarily as a filter for oxygen production. Green units have been placed throughout our little community to make sure that there is a natural production of oxygen to go along with our underwater oxygen generation facility. The byproduct is also being sold off to British Petroleum for their hydrogen fuel cell production; this also is providing much needed funding for the community.   My efforts of getting the filters clean this morning gave us something more to think about. The heavy sea sat takes its toll but because of its abundance we would be silly not to continue to take advantage of it, especially at the alarming rate that the melting is taking place. I remember as a young boy watching the early pictures of melting permafrost up in Siberia thinking it would be a long way away before we start feeling the effects. How all those warnings were just the radical's trying to make the headlines. Now I'm making a living trying to rectify our recklessness of ignoring the problem. The last two summer's have been long hot affair's spent getting the final Bubbles ready for launching. After five years of hard work in collaboration with European Union we have the first modules up and running just off the Israeli coast of Tel Yam.

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