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Mobilization of Water Cycle and Its Persian Air Wheel Heat Pump to Overcome Global Heating and Its Resulting Terrible Environmental Problems

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Abstract: The earth Globe and its all living inhabitants, are under extremely sever and perishing multipronged attack from the Global Heating and its team, the Greenhouse Gasses (GHG), Environmental Pollution, and Stratospheric Ozone Layer Depletion and hence Penetration of Solar Ultraviolet Radiations. The major and mother of the gang of all these dragons is Global Heating. This is mainly rising up due to continuously increasing heat input by the mankind ac-tivities like burning of the fossil fuels, explosives based warfare and jungle fires etc., on one hand and continuously decreasing its outflow on the other hand through Pollution and GHG thus evolved and through some other human contributing activities not yet exposed. To restore the climate safe status, the mankind has not only to limit heat input by strict control on all direct and indi-rect contributors, but also has to accelerate the heat outflow through mobilization of God Gifted Water Evaporation and Precipitationcycle (WEPC) and its catalyst, the Persian Air Wheel Heat Pump (PAWHP). Their working mechanism and capability to challenge Global Heating are elaborated in this work. The WEPC has about 75 share in Global Heat export to the outer space, but in place of its promotion through utilizing the available opportuni-ties, the mankind has ignorantly rolled hurdles in its natural working. All the stakeholders, especially the scientific community, are requested to urge the world leaders to mobilize WEPC and PAWHP wherever possible through United Nations Organization (UNO) and impose strict control on heat and pol-lution input and promote heat and pollution free means for energy generation.

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