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Author Topic: U S Navy announces break through for making fuel from sea water!!!!!!!!!!!  (Read 4498 times)

Offline gammarayburst

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YOU ARE NOT GOING TO BELIEVE THIS! The U S Navy has found a way to convert sea water into fuel! This is a replacement for oil! They are keeping low key so that [color=rgb(27, 142, 222) !important]the stock market[/color] will not go crazy. We will be able to run everything from water soon! Cars, planes, ships, power plants!It will take 10 to 20 years for our infrastructure to convert over to this, but the days of oil are numbered. Note: Don't put [color=rgb(27, 142, 222) !important]your money[/color] in [color=rgb(27, 142, 222) !important]oil stock[/color] or if you have any, sale it now!Link >[/size]http://www.digitaljournal.com/news/politics/usa-navy-s-ability-to-make-fuel-from-seawater-a-game-changer/article/379930

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Offline From other Planet

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YOU ARE NOT GOING TO BELIEVE THIS! The U S Navy has found a way to convert sea water into fuel! This is a replacement for oil! They are keeping low key so that the stock market will not go crazy. We will be able to run everything from water soon! Cars, planes, ships, power plants!It will take 10 to 20 years for our infrastructure to convert over to this, but the days of oil are numbered.

Well, that are indeed some good news, if true. I would prefer an application only for peaceful purposes though

Note: Don't put your money in oil stock or if you have any, sale it now!

Or maybe just forget about the fu**in money  ;)


Offline Google

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http://news.yahoo.com/us-navy-game-changer-converting-seawater-fuel-150544958.html

Washington (AFP) - The US Navy believes it has finally worked out the solution to a problem that has intrigued scientists for decades: how to take seawater and use it as fuel.The development of a liquid hydrocarbon fuel is being hailed as "a game-changer" because it would signficantly shorten the supply chain, a weak link that makes any force easier to attack.The US has a fleet of 15 military oil tankers, and only aircraft carriers and some submarines are equipped with nuclear propulsion.All other vessels must frequently abandon their mission for a few hours to navigate in parallel with the tanker, a delicate operation, especially in bad weather.The ultimate goal is to eventually get away from the dependence on oil altogether, which would also mean the navy is no longer hostage to potential shortages of oil or fluctuations in its cost.Dr. Heather Willauer explains how scientists at the Naval Research Laboratory in Washington, DC can  …Vice Admiral Philip Cullom declared: "It's a huge milestone for us.""We are in very challenging times where we really do have to think in pretty innovative ways to look at how we create energy, how we value energy and how we consume it."We need to challenge the results of the assumptions that are the result of the last six decades of constant access to cheap, unlimited amounts of fuel," added Cullom."Basically, we've treated energy like air, something that's always there and that we don't worry about too much. But the reality is that we do have to worry about it."US experts have found out how to extract carbon dioxide and hydrogen gas from seawater.This April 2, 2014 US Navy handout image shows a beaker of fuel(right) made from seawater by scienti …Then, using a catalytic converter, they transformed them into a fuel by a gas-to-liquids process. They hope the fuel will not only be able to power ships, but also planes.That means instead of relying on tankers, ships will be able to produce fuel at sea.- 'Game-changing' technology -The predicted cost of jet fuel using the technology is in the range of three to six dollars per gallon, say experts at the US Naval Research Laboratory, who have already flown a model airplane with fuel produced from seawater.Dr Heather Willauer, an research chemist who has spent nearly a decade on the project, can hardly hide her enthusiasm.A general view of a US Navy ship at the Washington Naval Yard on September 17, 2013 in Washington, D …"For the first time we've been able to develop a technology to get CO2 and hydrogen from seawater simultaneously, that's a big breakthrough," she said, adding that the fuel "doesn't look or smell very different."Now that they have demonstrated it can work, the next step is to produce it in industrial quantities. But before that, in partnership with several universities, the experts want to improve the amount of CO2 and hydrogen they can capture."We've demonstrated the feasibility, we want to improve the process efficiency," explained Willauer.Collum is just as excited."For us in the military, in the Navy, we have some pretty unusual and different kinds of challenges," he said.Sailors assigned to Virginia-class attack submarine USS Minnesota (SSN 783) man the rails on Septemb …"We don't necessarily go to a gas station to get our fuel, our gas station comes to us in terms of an oiler, a replenishment ship."Developing a game-changing technology like this, seawater to fuel, really is something that reinvents a lot of the way we can do business when you think about logistics, readiness."A crucial benefit, says Collum, is that the fuel can be used in the same engines already fitted in ships and aircraft."If you don't want to re-engineer every ship, every type of engine, every aircraft, that's why we need what we call drop-in replacement fuels that look, smell and essentially are the same as any kind of petroleum-based fuels."Drawbacks? Only one, it seems: researchers warn it will be at least a decade before US ships are able to produce their own fuel on board.

Offline Google

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See they first destroyed Iraq, now they want to fight over sea water. Where will the others go ? Hey China , come on now, where is your EMP bomb missile ? Train it on US.

US needs a lesson in the history of earth NOW. Russians failed, China wont.

 ;D ;D


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Just a small note: the Navy technology does not produce any free energy as it may sound from some reports. It extracts hydrogen and dissolved or chemically bound CO2 from the seawater electrolytically with claimed efficiency of 92%. CO2 and H2 are then used in a chain of reactions to produce the hydrocarbon (I did not find any information about the energy efficiency of this process). It means that for producing a barrel of liquid hydrocarbon, they need possibly two of them to feed the production process. Of course, instead of using energy from fuel, they can use nuclear, solar, or any other type of energy, so it is still quite interesting technology anyway, but in no way an Overunity process.

You can find a bit more serious information than inother articles, for example here: http://phys.org/news/2014-04-scale-wwii-craft-flight-fuel.html

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Offline lumen

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See they first destroyed Iraq, now they want to fight over sea water. Where will the others go ? Hey China , come on now, where is your EMP bomb missile ? Train it on US.

US needs a lesson in the history of earth NOW. Russians failed, China wont.

 ;D ;D

China has so much money invested in the US that attacking the US would cause their own financial destruction. Just a bad idea.


Offline LibreEnergia

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I just wonder what the energy source for this is going to be.  I presume they are envisaging using nuclear powered ships to power it.

In any case it is not completely new.

http://oasys2.confex.com/acs/238nm/techprogram/P1260309.HTM

Perhaps the breakthrough is in terms of a new catalyst giving higher yield of longer chain hydrocarbons.

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