Brazil uses dammed lake surface for floating solar panels – I speculate we’re going to cover the ocean with solar modules.

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The killer technology will be the AI enhanced Structural Wave Reaction software. The key will be the hardware’s ability to reconfigure intelligently as a reaction to ocean waves. It’ll self assemble/desemble as is needed.

Sunlight will get through just fine because we’ll use bifacial solar modules. We’ll make intelligent judgement calls on how much and which ocean to cover – moderation is key in keeping the ocean ecosystem healthy. We will gain in certain ways, as sea life will increase around the solar modules (this will also create challenges).

I can dream right?

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