Passive Environmental Enhancement (PEE) using biased triboelectric ion generators (BTIG)

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Passive environmental enhancement is defined as increasing the hydrophilic nature of an environment in a way that does not incur any apparent costs.  The most ubiquitous example of a Passive environmental enhancing entity is a Tree.  Trees draw moisture to the surface, and also it is bieng discovered, emit negative ions which attract clouds and rainfall. Negative ions, either created or concentrated or any other way enhanced relative to positive ions, are a great way but not the only way to accomplish positive environmental enhancement.

We all know that property with rainfall and water resources is what makes it desirable for all living creatures.  Our basic needs are food, water, and shelter and with consistent rainfall plants grow which can be used to provide food and shelter materials.  Finding a way to increase water resources is paramount in enhancing the environment.

Passive environmental enhancement can achieve this goal in any way but preferably by either attracting or creating rainfall or atmospheric moisture and also by drawing moisture up from the earth or keeping it near the surface.  Both of these increase surface usable water resources.

Biased triboelectric ion generators (BTIG's also known as tribogon, triborgone, orgone, orgonite) use triboelectric effects to bias (like a diode) electrical flow.  In the case of Passive environmental enhancement, a BTIG would be designed to only allow flow of electrons from a source into the environment, preferably the air.  So highly positive charging triboelectric materials will be connected to an electron resevoir like earth ground so the highly positive material gives off electrons into the environment (likely air) and is replenished from the source (likely earth ground).  These emitted negative ions are free and passive (provided as needed by the earth).  The optimum shape for a BTIG is liekly a square pyramid with the shape of a seked.

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