Well, well,well, the pretend geologist proves once again he is either no geologist or the dumbest f*cking geologist on the planet.<quoted text>
I suppose you're taliking about the inversion that occurs at about 72 degrees.
To cool a house, heat has to be removed from the house and dissipated into the geologic member.
Here's where you loose all contact with the real world.
When a cluster of houses are dissipating heat into a single geologic member, the temperature of that geologic member rises. Ultimately, there will be no cooling effect after sufficient heat has been dissipated from the cluster of houses into the geologic member for the closed system to reach an equilibrium temperature.
You are an uneducated fool, and indicative of the loonacy coming out of this administration. Any engineer knows this.
However, for an isolated dwelling, the heat dissipated can be transferred through mass transfer in the geologic member at the rate of aquifer replinishment due to aquifer drainage into the geology down-dip.
This places a constraint on the size of the structure dissipating heat.
Nothing is free... even in the laws of physics.
There are commercial buildings with a grids of 300 to 500 holes up to 500 foot deep. Holes are around 15' apart. They have been studied & tested & they prove you to be wrong.