Serious subject, here's 3.
1. Add Dyson cyclone technology to industrial chimneys and vehicle exhausts(Patentable), should reduce the soot and other containaments to clear the air. Should clean the existing air too, double solution. The cyclone needs to pull more to the sides and not produce so much suction.
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2. Add extra spark plugs to combustion engines(Patentable). 50cc motorbikes go 50mph because of the distance between the spark and the piston wall is small. Cars are rather large so need more sparks, though reduce the throttle fuel ratio.
that's an extreme oversimplification. Though I have seen a few dual-plug and/or quad-valve engines in my time, and they tend to have good economy. Domed and face-abraded pistons are nice too, though a bit more expensive...
3. Change electricity steam generator turbine technology, adapting my Arcturus Drive Technology should do)(Patentable)(SIC), rather stupid the steam traveling through the gaps.
lol. generators and their efficiencies. I'd love to see a side by side comparison of whatever prime mover system you're talking about. I love the various Tesla-turbine variants I've been seeing over the past 5 years or so.
Anyone have extra ideas?
Pass on these ideas to a friend that MAY have a connection with government or industry or friend of friend... in those directions.
I've got a couple ideas, but they're more along the "why should we care" and "you don't seem to actually know what you're saying" variety on the various climate models themselves. Please do find me any climate model that you can feed all the data from before 2012 to, and have it predict things from 2013-2020 accurately. After that we can have a discussion on geological timescale climate history and why you have concerns while comparing them.
Efficiency is glorious in it's own right regardless of the motivations.