R. E. W.
ROUTER EARLY WARNING
A. G. E. S.
H. A. P. E. M. I. L. S.
broadcast system that alarms connected users of Fires, Earthquakes, Tsunamis, Hurricanes, and other pending natural disasters. Our early
warning system simultaneously improves network speeds and upgrades national security.
This sky-earth-energy absorption system completes the renewable energy family. It is used to rapidly charge static & mobile batteries while taking advantage of and upgrading
existing railway, steam, oil, gas, and electric networks to
transmit re-newable electricity from county to county, state to state, and in time nation to nation.
An all-electric repulsion-launch, ion-thrust system that charges and re-supplies space stations, then redelivers space ore to be used in further modernization of the infrastructure that redirects global warming and powers humanities lightbulb.
ABOUT PROJECT FIRST LIGHT
Forest fires raging, lightning strikes causing $5 to $6 billion in damage each year. Hurricanes are growing in power, inflicting hundreds of billions of dollars in losses. In the first ten minutes of a hurricane making landfall it releases more energy than all the nuclear weapons on the planet combined.
The Earth is getting hotter! Project First Light is a Nobel Initiative, a technological peace and conflict resolution strategy focused on improving public safety, reducing billions of dollars of annual losses, and developing key pieces of technology that redirects the negative effects of global warming to empower air and space progress.
We are building revolutionary networks and clean rapid-charge batteries that will absorb astro-geo-energy and shield our land, air, and most importantly - our beautiful sea. Our technology bridges fossil fuel infrastructure with our renewable energy system (A.G.E.S.).
Integrating lightning collection technology into the land, air, and sea will reduce annual losses inflicted by the growing number of storms; a bi-product of global warming. Insurance statistical information confirms that claims are increasing 5-13% due to environmental hazards.
Storage of high energy discharges is the key to rapid-charge batteries and is the major obstacle for electric vehicle mass production. Did you know the average thunderstorm can power 200,000 US homes?