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+ - Will Giant Pyramids Save the World?

Submitted by LoLobey
LoLobey (1932986) writes "Scott Adams has proposed a pyramid project to save the world via energy generation and tourism. Basically build giant pyramids, miles wide and high, in the desert to generate power via chimney effect and photo voltaics with added features for tourism (he’s planning ahead for when robots take over all the work and we’ll need something to do). He’s been big on a few “Big Ideas” lately (canals, ice bergs, ion energy), it appears he wants to save the world, or at least make it a better place. Pyramid idea seems borderline feasible, but impractical. What do you guys think?"
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Will Giant Pyramids Save the World?

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