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Narayanan Komerath wins climate change patent

December 2020
Narayanan Komerath wins climate change patent The United States has awarded a patent for the “Glitter Belt” invention by Johns Creek-based Narayanan Menon Komerath. An aerospace engineer and retired Georgia Tech professor, Dr. Komerath has invented this system to reverse global warming. “Glitter Belt” is a controlled, reversible, and non-invasive system to reflect solar energy back into space from the upper edge of the atmosphere, preventing that energy from being absorbed as heat in the atmosphere. Author of many books and publications, Komerath believes this to be a viable and sustainable solution to the threat of climate change.





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