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    http://green.yahoo.com/index.php?q=node/1570

    That would be a very good thing if they figure out how to use it.




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  • #2
    Interesting article.

    Cars run on sea water. That would be amazing.
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    • #3
      I read that article just the other day. They got it to burn at 3000 degrees.

      We'll see if they have time to actually do research on it or not, before the oil companies buy the technology and lock it up tight.

      It has other uses too, though. Imagine being able to grow a farm in arctic tundra. The end of nuclear power plants, and thus nuclear waste. Coal, wood, etc. All no longer needed. Imagine the possibilities.

      And then imagine its use as a weapon, being able to make water burn at 3000 degrees using radio transmissions.

      I wonder which side of humanity will show up for the big dance. Both probably, in one form or another.

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      • #4
        Alastor has a point.

        Atlantis is so doomed once people use it as a weapon.
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        • #5
          the oil companies and politicans will get rid of this.

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          • #6
            No.. they will just find a way to own the saltwater... or own every company that has the equipment to pump the saltwater to the factories... or a way to tax on the amount of salt....

            They'll figure out a way to profit from it....

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            • #7
              they always do. but are they willing to dump ALL refineries for this???? thats a hugh loss. would be eiser just to shoot this in the head. and keep the high priced oil pumpin.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by kcvet View Post
                they always do. but are they willing to dump ALL refineries for this???? thats a hugh loss. would be eiser just to shoot this in the head. and keep the high priced oil pumpin.
                Thats a long way off. They have a lot of time to either find it won't work.. can't work.... or find a way to profit HUGE by the 'dismantling' of the refineries. The amount of people they could 'theoretically' lay off due to the availability of saltwater and the less need to 'drill' for oil (for factory fuel). Although this country still needs oil for gas. It would take tens of years for the country to get rid of all gas burning cars. Plus, if we ever moved to 'water burning' gas... it would take years and years to develop.. only then to find the first cars to be extremely high priced.

                So we have a minimum of 10-12 years before we even see any signs of an electrical/saltwater engine.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Ravage!!! View Post
                  Thats a long way off. They have a lot of time to either find it won't work.. can't work.... or find a way to profit HUGE by the 'dismantling' of the refineries. The amount of people they could 'theoretically' lay off due to the availability of saltwater and the less need to 'drill' for oil (for factory fuel). Although this country still needs oil for gas. It would take tens of years for the country to get rid of all gas burning cars. Plus, if we ever moved to 'water burning' gas... it would take years and years to develop.. only then to find the first cars to be extremely high priced.

                  So we have a minimum of 10-12 years before we even see any signs of an electrical/saltwater engine.
                  Indeed. And by then solar may be more potent. Magnetic energy may be real. Nano-tech and sub-atomic particle manipulation could be real, rendering it all moot anyway.

                  But I don't think the government will let it move that fast. It would disrupt our nation to much to make such drastic changes throughout the system so quickly. I suspect we're looking more at 25 to 30 years down the road, even if they start eager research today.

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