Are you saying that the sun doesn't create solar flares that are large ejecting explosions that could potentially be hazardous to the Earth? What underlying process allows this to take place? Are we trying to replicate that process?
I will not answer these questions until you answer mine.
"Do you have any idea of the composition of a solar flare? Or what produces one? Answer these and then I'll explain what is so wrong."
EDIT: And Eric, if you don't know, then say you don't know. There is absolutely nothing wrong with not knowing something. The only issue when you don't know but makes claims based on something you don't know. You can ask if something could be a problem and we'll help you figure it out. Asking is great. We can all learn something. But claiming something that you don't know about is where it becomes a problem.
Time to repost again?
Answer mine and I'll answer yours.
Thanks for making my overall point.
Shift the problem from climate change to food supply, which of course will become the next problem to be solved, because you created it by filling up farmland with renewables to 'save the trees', meanwhile just as many tree's or more are being cut down to make up for the used up farmland and increasing demand.
Then shift the conversation to make it seem like I'm the environmentalist trying to save the world, when really that's the side you're taking, while I'm just pointing out it's not going to work because you're just shifting the problem to something else, yet you want a solution from me, when you're the one with the solutions apparently.
Shifting (the blame) doesn't solve problems. If anything, it ends up creating more.
ST - If you're going to ask a question about something that isn't relevant to the point being made, then don't expect a detailed response to it. If you're then going to point out how I clearly know nothing, then ask me to explain that point to you, well. The point was nuclear fusion, yet you keep focusing on solar flares. Again, you're shifting the conversion and trying to make it seem like I'm proposing something crazy when it's you who's making up the hard to explain scenario.
This was all about the possibilities of clean tech going wrong. Creating clean energy that could potentially lead to a solar bomb in this case. Well the sun does just that, and we're trying to mimic what makes the sun tick. Possibilities. If you'd like to prove how that's wrong and impossible, then go for it.
*ST - If you can't explain why it's wrong, then just say so.*I already asked for an explanation, and you've refused to give one. If you're so willing to help me figure it out, then why haven't you?
Last edited by EricHiggin - on 19 February 2020