posted on May, 8 2011 @ 08:14 PM
that is amazing.. if it is indeed true, you can clearly see we can use water for fuel.. s&f..
but it makes me wonder, if we did use this technology and started to burn our water, will we start depleting our water supply?
what is the byproduct of such a reaction?
what happens to the oxygen and salt afterwards?
does it form back to water?
just trying to understand the chemistry behind it all, would there be long term implications?
anyway im sure there is some form of free energy that we can tap into which is not harmful to the planet and is in abundance.. and which doesnt
involve burning anything.. there seems to be so much energy in the world around us, in our solar system, in the milky way.. in fact the entire
universe is alive with energy..
but as many posters have pointed out, im sure we will never find out whilst cooperations run the world and we have built the world economy on
edit on 8/5/11 by Misterlondon because: (no reason given)