I wrote the second blog in January 2018 regarding Venus terraforming concept in the future. The concept, while potentially possible with the technology based on Blue Energy Buoyancy Engine (BEBE), I realize that the composition of the Venusian atmosphere will still be the same at the end of terraforming. The carbon dioxide level will be still 97% even if we successfully reduce the Venus atmosphere pressure after removal of 4.75E20 kg of mass from it. It is obvious that the removal of atmosphere mass must be CO2 only. We will have to keep as much Nitrogen as possible during the atmosphere mass reduction. How do we do it?
It was 2013 when I wrote my blog with the title of "second Earth". After 4 years research in Blue Energy, I believe it is time to write a new blog, of which the attention is on terraforming of Venus with the help of buoyancy engine. In this blog, I will discuss the potential solutions to remove 98.93% of atmospheric gas from Venus within 50 to 100 years. This will lower Venus atmosphere pressure on its surface to a level that might match the atmosphere pressure on Earth at the sea level.
How much value would you put on the second planet that human beings can establish habitat of colonies? We have been searching for earth like planets in other star systems for the past few decades. So far, as of November 15, 2013, we have identified 1042 exoplanets in 963 star systems. The very first one is Gamma Cephei Ab by Hatzes in 1988. It is a giant gas planet that is 45 light years away in the constellation of Cepheus.^