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"We forgot the water cycle is the driving force of life, food, health, and prosperity!" says Lyudmila Garcia
SAN DIEGO, CA, May 05, 2022 /24-7PressRelease/ -- MEGA CYCLE OF WATER BOOK gives an Action Business Plan to Metro Areas of Los Angeles and San Diego for inexpensive power source for their Desalination Water Plants by restoring Salton Sea Lake page 31 with zero cents of tax-payers.
According to author Lyudmila Garcia, overall, the trend of higher demand in energy and food production around the world has worsened. Reports show that [the] nonpartisan research group recently issued a lengthy report on the state of desalination in California. Beyond the environmental cost is the actual price tag: the plant in Carlsbad cost $1 billion to build, with a rough estimate of $50 million a year for the power to run it [on Oct 31 2016]." (https://www.kqed.org/science/1115545/desalination-why-tapping-sea-wat ... california)
In deed, "[t]he cost of hydrogen production is an important issue. Hydrogen produced by steam reformation costs approximately three times the cost of natural gas per unit of energy produced. This means that if natural gas costs $6/million BTU, then hydrogen will be $18/million BTU." (http://www.fsec.ucf.edu/en/consumer/hydrogen/basics/production.htm)
The new book, "Mega Cycle of Water," discusses a plan to deploy and remove water by region with the goals of reduced economic hardship and an opportunity for innovating for zero waste emissions and understating the greenhouse emissions paradox, better food and energy sustainability.
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Lyudmila Garcia is a businesswoman and commercial broker. She was born in Aguascalientes, Mexico and raised in Mexicali Baja California, Mexico. She graduated from AUBC, Universidad Autonoma de Baja California Mexico with a Bachelor's Degree in Science with Specialties in Computer Science and Economics. After living 25 years in Imperial County California, she learned to enjoy country life at Imperial Valley Desert Cities.
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