Aquaelicium

Aquaelicium

Climate Control Assembly

The Aquaelicium (Latin: “calling the waters”) which sought to produce rain in times of drought. During the ceremony, the pontifices had the stone brought from its usual resting place, the Temple of Mars in Clivo near the Porta Capena, into the Senate. Offerings were made to Jupiter petitioning for rain, and water was ceremonially poured over the stone.

Background to its development: This novel product was invented to correct a planetary discrepancy, benefit humanity’s need for clean potable water, and to bring rejuvenation to parched or desert land regions.

Prior to embodiments of the disclosed invention, drought was an environmental horror that was being compounded daily. Famine, desertification and hydro-logical collapse were all real threats to human lives. Embodiments of the disclosed invention solve these problems.

Unlike desalination, the Aquaelicium cycle is an artificial copy of earths natural system, using high technology and high strength materials, a quantum thermodynamic reaction is initiated and concludes with water vapor being created and captured, all in a controlled method process.

Aquaelicium Process

Initial Pre-approval

National (US)

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

U.S. Department of Commerce

U.S. State Department

Oregon

Department of Agriculture – SWCD and Weather Modification Programs

OSHA

Department of Energy

Engineering and Land Surveying Department

Environmental Health Registration Board

Department of Environmental Quality

Department of Human Services, Land Conservation and Development

Department of Water Resources

Available Models

Cloud Producing model only, self powered.

Cloud/Direct-to-Pipe model only, self powered.

Fire Suppressing model only, self powered.

Waste Disposal model only, self powered.

Other Resources

How rain forms

and the water cycle

The Jet Stream

and how it works

Demon in the details of

quantum thermodynamics

Quantum Mechanics

Part 1

Quantum Mechanics

Part 2

Thermodynamics

Crash Course Physics