Harry Coumnas Wants To Create An Artificial Earth-Like Atmosphere On Venus
Harry Coumnas is a scientist, who is widely recognized for his unique discoveries. Unlike many others, he prefers to work on subjects that have no scientific evidences. He believes that even on planets with no human-friendly living conditions, life is possible if an artificial earth-like environment is created on them.
Elements like carbon, oxygen, and nitrogen are the main elements of habitable planets. So, to create an environment, where humans can survive, presence of these components is a must. Currently, Harry Coumnas is conducting a study on how an artificial earth-like atmosphere can be created on Venus.
Based on his research so far, he has concluded that although oxygen is one of the key requirements for human habitation on a planet, pure oxygen can lead to lethal hazards as it highly flammable. The atmosphere of earth is composed of twenty one percent of oxygen, seventy eight percent of nitrogen, and one percent of other gases.
So, while creating an artificial earth-like atmosphere on Venus, he wants to make sure that he uses only the required amount of oxygen. The idea of creating life on a planet other than Earth came in his mind many years back. However, as he was busy researching on some other subject then, he couldn't find the time to work on his plans. Now, he is working on the subject and wants to do his best to ensure the success of his research.
Apart from his extensive research, what keeps Harry Coumnas busy is his charitable ventures. Being a humanitarian, he believes in giving back to the society and supports a number of social causes. He is an active member of many committees that work for society welfare and supports many NGOs (Non Governmental Organizations) that work towards helping orphaned, physically disabled, or mentally challenged people.