|Member Since||Apr 9, 2014||CoLab Points (actual)|
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Dennis Jason Stelmack – a Canadian with a vision to control climate change.
Dennis Stelmack has been titled the “self-taught geoengineer”, inventing theories and concepts that could control, alter, and delete the effects of climate change.
Dennis became passionate about the solution to climate change when he started to see how the world was trying unsuccessfully to overcome this problem.
With a father as an inventor (Eugene Stelmack), it wasn’t long before Dennis developed a passion for creating his own discoveries. In his rural community of Fort Saskatchewan, his peers would say “if something needed to be fixed, ask a Stelmack”. He found himself immersed in hobbies that focused around building, learning how things worked, and always finding new and improved ways of getting a task done. Dennis attended the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology and studied to become an engineer and continues to create and invent to this day.
Albert Einstein said that the definition to insanity was “doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results”. Dennis noticed a lack of results in the way the world deals with climate change and an urgent need to do something about it. It was while he was in Taiwan teaching English that the idea came to him and he developed Control Alt Delete Climate Change. After a series of extraordinary coincidences and fascinating occurrences happening in his life, Dennis strongly believes that part of his life purpose is to make the world a better place for all of mankind.
With the help of many incredible people along the way, Dennis is making waves with his unprecedented concepts for solving climate change. His favorite quotes of encouragement is to remind everyone that “everything happens for a reason” and “good things happen to good people”