Population: (Femmar) 355 as of 2205
Habitable Land: 600,082 square miles
Kardechev Scale: Type 2
Major Cities: Iceland Point
Central Government: Surface Operational Department
Primary Language: Ramaxi
Height: 800 ft (243.8 m)
Length: 4550 ft (1386.8 m)
Width: 72 ft (21.9 m)
Tharspin Turbines: 33
Kyrsat Siphoning: Classified
Hydrothermal Turbining (not to be confused with hydroelectric turbining) is the pulling of hot water found beneath the oceanic mantle, and pumping it into an established oceanic current, at its northern or southern extensions, where such dilution occurs, without altering the natural flow of the current.
Greenland Hydrothermal began as a World Oceans station created by the Second Ramaxian Gen, to facilitate the construction of a central base in the North Pole (Ramaxatae), and to oversee the disbursement of radiation-free water, from Greenland’s massive internal bay.
Troops were deployed to Greenland after ships from North America fired on one another, in an attempt to control the large freshwater bay. Twenty years later, a Ramaxian delegation led by Fifth-Gen Committee Member the Second, Laxum Wram, sailed up the Congo Strait of the African Trisect and landed in New Rome. She addressed the Euro-Egyptian Parliament and proposed that Ramaxia would reestablish balance to meridional overturning circulation, by restoring salinity to the Gulf Stream Current.
On Yulitat 22, 2117, the process to bring balance to meridional overturning circulation by restoring salinity to the Gulf Stream Current began when Femarctic geoengineers force blasted the volcanic mountain that was Iceland Peak, tearing apart the submerged mountain, and causing the bedrock connecting it to Greenland’s coast, to collapse. Forming a natural trench in the sea floor, at the mouth of the Greenland Bay, the hydrothermal turbines began pulling hot water from beneath the planet’s crust, for sluicing into the Gulf Stream. The severe hurricane’s that had plagued the helovx named Atlantic since the mid-21st century became stabilized by 2130. A predictable storm season allowed helovx to trade by sea and quickened the refreezing of the Ramaxarae’acarol (Arctic Ocean).