Salt water to the rescue?

Discussion in 'Politics and Religion' started by Divide Et Impera, May 26, 2007.

  1. Divide Et Impera

    Divide Et Impera Registered User

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    http://www.wkyc.com/video/player.aspx?aid=35660&bw=

     
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    Divide Et Impera Registered User

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    Divide Et Impera Registered User

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    coyoteshockeyfan Fool In The Rain Contributor

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    Not every day you hear somebody has a possible cure for cancer and the energy crisis. I'm skeptical, but this is something to keep an eye on in the coming years.
     
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    Divide Et Impera Registered User

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    :lmao:

    No kidding!
     
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    Divide Et Impera Registered User

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    If this guy solves the energy crisis, cancer and global warming in one fell swoop, we need to create a 'Man of the Ages' award and give it to him immediately!!!
     
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    coyoteshockeyfan Fool In The Rain Contributor

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    If all that happens this guy is as big as DaVinci, but I'd peg the likelihood of salt water actually being used as a viable energy source in something like a car within the next 25 years as way less than ten percent. Of course this wouldn't exactly solve the energy problem as something like 50% of the fuel used in the US is coal, unfortunately there are other issues other than oil that will be bearing down on us one day. Cutting down on the gas guzzlers sure would be a nice place to start, though.
     
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    Folster The system doesn't work.

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    And just where are we going to get enough salt water to power the world?

    :D
     
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    ajcardfan I see you. Contributor

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    I went to the store today and they had BOTH salt and water. I'm thinking of making my own fuel at home.
     
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    Oh great, now firebugs will be setting fire to our oceans. The Pacific ocean is on fire and we are afraid it is going to reach shore or spread to the Atlantic.
     
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    LoyaltyisaCurse Posts About Nothing.

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    How long until Bush/Cheney use the technology to burn the seas in the middle east? :)

    Seriously, this is cool stuff...
     
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    UncleChris Retirement Doesn't Suck Contributor

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    Is it just me, or does this thing smack of "cold fusion?"



    It's super cool if true, buuuuuuutttttt.........
     

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