I have thought often about the impact that CF/LENR can have on agriculture. The amount of energy that goes into the production and distribution of the world’s food supply is vast, and an improved source of energy could make a huge impact on the efficiency of agriculture and the cost of food. Energy from CF/LENR could be employed in traditional agricultural settings, and also used in new ones.
The video below shows an operational ‘vertical farm’ in Singapore — and shows how indoor farming in multilevel buildings is a viable alternative to traditional agriculture in places where land suitable for growing crops is not available. Combine this kind of farming with almost-free LENR energy for heating, lighting, and power for other uses, and you can see that there is incredible potential for a transformation of the way we produce many of our crops.