Making Diamonds Using The Earth

We can make diamonds using the Earth's inner forces, extreme pressure and heat. We simply send Carbon Blocks in tubes, which have been drilled into the Earth's Mantle. Then let them return under the pressure built up in the tube and you will be able to make diamonds. Why would we wish to make diamonds? We can make diamonds for wealth to pay off our national debt, for nation building or even feeding starving Africans or perhaps poor South Americans in our own backyard?

Besides the obvious economic uses of diamonds for profit, we also can use diamonds as light energy batteries, computer processing with light, energy frequency manipulations and manufacturing. Diamonds are very hard and dense and can assist us for blocking radiation in space stations, cutting and we can still have plenty left over for jewelry; a girls best friend?

How can we drill into that region of Mother Earth? The fact is we already are:

http://geology.rockbandit.net/2005/04/10/drilling-into-the-mantle/

http://www.lives cience.com/technology/050407_earth_drill.html

Now we need to send in tubes like the bank teller tubes for the drive up; canisters, which contain blocks of carbon the shapes we need to make diamonds in the sizes and dimensions for our various needs. Shoot them down into the tube with rockets and then wait for them to shoot back out completely "Diamond-ized" and ready to use to serve mankind. Think on this.

"Lance Winslow" - If you have innovative thoughts and unique perspectives, come think with Lance; www.WorldThinkTank.net/wttbbs

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