KBO Earth was established by Master Acharavadee
in September 2018 under Knowing Buddha Organization.The management team comprises academics in various fields, led by Head of Research Unit Lt. Pitak Tiranakul, an expert in microwave system with more than 30 years of experiences and Dr. Kanokros Phalakornkul, a physicist and chemist at a leading petro-chemical corporation in Thailand.
Other team members include scientists, researchers, and experts from various fields such as digital data, microwave system, nuclear technology, IT system, AI technology, virtual reality technology, environment, social issues, and economy. The organization has more than 500 members who actively support its work.
Based on previous studies, scientists and researchers have concluded that climate change is mainly caused by plastic waste and greenhouse gases emission particularly carbon dioxide. After studying thousands of academic
literatures and studies, KBO Earth has found a relation between global temperature increase and the rise of digital data volume.
This leads to a hypothesis that heat current from excessive use of Internet and the accumulation of digital data at exponential rate are accelerating factors in the temperature rise that is now at the critical point.
According to the law of physics, everything in the world is composition of matter and particles. The digital data, which is basically the web of electromagnetic wave or, in this case, microwave, is therefore classed as the type of energy. One of the characteristics of microwave is that it heats up the surrounding atmosphere during transmission due to the friction between the wave’s molecules and water molecules in the air.
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It is estimated that if we bring all digital data transmitted through the Internet in 2019 together to
make an HD movie, it would take about 72,000 years
to finish watching it, equivalent to watching all movies
from Netflix 6,300 times
Excessive use of Internet and the accumulation of
digital data at exponential rate are accelerating factors
in the temperature rise that is now at the critical point