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ECOLOG'ICAL DIAGRAM

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SOLAR AGE

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EARTH REGE.N~RATION S~tE:'1)" 470 Vassar Avenue Berkeley, California 94708 12/16/83

Factors featured in "current conditions" diagram which are not included below willhave become negligible and/or have stabilized.

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1. ALCOHOL,;

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ALTERI'JATI'{..,

ENERGY, PRODci&'F-rr-:-'

CONTROLLEDRELEA\SEOF ICEBERGS

TO _eCOOL . I

OCEAN 64 CAR$ON~!f5 DEPOSItS

Through reforestation on remineralizcd' soils. we wilt grow more biomAssU;an.isn~~~~ti for conversion to alcohol for energy uSP.. result is that trees will aosorb more CO"",,,tIf\ the alcohol bllrninq puIs back into Ihp.

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Diagram of the SOLAR AGE  

for conversion toalcohol forenergy uSP.. ~ 64 CAR$ON~!f5 DEPOSItS "RODtJCTIO. i.52~lQMA~f FIGURE2 .DR.t:~eJ) g .--vhO())SR EARTHREGE.N~RATIO...

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