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Pablos Holman, Inventor, Intellectual Ventures Lab

Pablos Holman, Inventor, Intellectual Ventures Lab

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  • Campaigns driven primarily by DDT for vector control and chloroquine Driven from First World in mid-20 th century Global campaign (‘53-~’63) crashed and burned Campaign fatigue Political and financial Weapons to wax Chloroquine resistance Insecticide resistance Insecticide bans Temporary gains lost Sri Lanka example More deaths from malaria since ‘65 than in all of WWII More people at risk than ever before Lessons learned from first attempts
  • 1.8MM times the energy density of oil!
  • 1.8MM times the energy density of oil!
  • 1.8MM times the energy density of oil!
  • 36,000 Cylinders of waste. 7000 metric tons of depleted uranium at Paducah, Kentucky 3000 year reserve for the US in Traveling Wave Reactors $100 Trillion of electricity
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  • PablosPablos LabLab VisionVision without action is a daydreamwithout action is a daydream ActionAction without vision is a nightmarewithout vision is a nightmare without vision is a nightmarewithout vision is a nightmare
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  • LabLab
  • LabLab
  • One Cubic Mile ofOne Cubic Mile of OilOil Global oilGlobal oil consumption in 2000consumption in 2000 1.1 Trillion Gallons1.1 Trillion Gallons 26.2 Billion Barrels26.2 Billion Barrels The Cargo CapacityThe Cargo Capacity of ~13,100of ~13,100 SupertankersSupertankers ==
  • Equivalent toEquivalent to 3.4 Cubic Miles of Oil3.4 Cubic Miles of Oil per Yearper Year Global EnergyGlobal Energy Use TodayUse Today
  • Under Current Policies:Under Current Policies: +1.8 Cubic Miles of+1.8 Cubic Miles of Oil/YearOil/Year New Energy Needed byNew Energy Needed by 20352035 Source: IEA World EnergySource: IEA World Energy Outlook 2012Outlook 2012 IEA New Policies Scenario -IEA New Policies Scenario - assumes governments followassumes governments follow through on declared policythrough on declared policy changes to improvechanges to improve efficiency.efficiency. With Big Increases inWith Big Increases in Efficiencies:Efficiencies: +1.4 Cubic Miles of+1.4 Cubic Miles of Oil/YearOil/Year
  • +4 to +5 Cubic Miles of Oil/Year+4 to +5 Cubic Miles of Oil/Year New Energy Needed by 2050New Energy Needed by 2050 To fill the gap left by declining useTo fill the gap left by declining use of oil, gas & coal.of oil, gas & coal. Source: Hewitt Crane et al., SRI, in A Cubic Mile of Oil: Realities and Options for Averting the Looming Global Energy Crisis
  • Alternative EnergyAlternative Energy
  • 1 Cubic Mile of1 Cubic Mile of OilOil Source: Hewitt Crane et al., SRI, in A Cubic Mile of Oil: Realities and Options for Averting theSource: Hewitt Crane et al., SRI, in A Cubic Mile of Oil: Realities and Options for Averting the Looming Global Energy CrisisLooming Global Energy Crisis 3 Million Large3 Million Large TurbinesTurbines Covering 580,000 SquareCovering 580,000 Square Miles of LandMiles of Land ==
  • 120,000 Barrels of120,000 Barrels of OilOil == $12,000,000$12,000,000 1,807,391 times the energy density1,807,391 times the energy density of oilof oil
  • Conventional ReactorsConventional Reactors Burn 0.7%Burn 0.7%
  • TerraPowerTerraPower ReactorReactor Fueled byFueled by NuclearNuclear WasteWaste Fueled byFueled by NuclearNuclear
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  • Conventional ReactorsConventional Reactors Burn 0.7%Burn 0.7% TerraPowerTerraPower ReactorsReactors Burn this tooBurn this too
  • 99%99% 1%1% America’s 99%America’s 99% is the Top 14%is the Top 14% GloballyGlobally
  • 20% of Vaccines Spoil Before20% of Vaccines Spoil Before UseUse Hundreds of ThousandsHundreds of Thousands of Deaths Every Yearof Deaths Every Year
  • High Frequency Antenna Low Frequency Antenna
  • 7” 10”
  • PablosPablos LabLab VisionVision without action is a daydreamwithout action is a daydream ActionAction without vision is a nightmarewithout vision is a nightmare without vision is a nightmarewithout vision is a nightmare