Global Cooling

20 Feb 2007 – Global cooling is a name for a net cooling effect on the Earth.  When geothermal power plants tap the natural heat from deep within the Earth- heat that otherwise would not be released to the surface – global cooling is occurring.

Take a virtual plant tour of the geothermal power generation process to better understand this renewable and sustainable form of energy.  The tour is very straightforward.

How does a geothermal power plant compare with one that burns coal?  Well, take this virtual tour of a coal-fired power plant to find out for yourself!

Now compare both of these with a scientific virtual tour of wind power.

If you found the tours interesting, thank the creators.

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Here is Wikipedia’s reference to global cooling.  – Lars

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