posted on Apr, 9 2013 @ 08:47 PM
This is huge but will probably be stiffled by big OIL like every other great tech that could threaten there profits
Why do you people feel the need to throw this in on every lame story that pops up on some alternative energy process. On things that either become
useful techs, or even the ones that had no chance of getting off the drawing board.
Did you think hydrogen manufacture, distribution and supply is done for free these days? Is the chemical industry an altruistic volunteer group based
around trading profits for charity donations?
What is it?
I get confused. Du Pont, Praxair, et al... They don't make money do they? All just a bunch of volunteer groups getting thwarted by "big oil"
Here's a tip, try to stay away from any articles that end off coverage on University subjects with "Zero point energy" and nods to Stanley Meyer...
Here is the original article from Virginia Tech
You won't see this tech lift off most likely though, and it doesn't need suppression. Ethanol is made from biomass just the same. And while ethanol
can be run in most of the technology we currently use for petrol (or with minor retrofits) it is not used because the numbers don't add up.
They do however in Brazil and some other places in the world, where easy growing sugar cane have the perfect conditions to be mass produced.
State-side, there are a number of issues that arise.
Hydrogen has a slim chance of taking over as a common, daily used fuel. This probably still has a great potential to replace current production of
hydrogen, or perhaps see hydrogen be used for more commercial processes than it is now.
Revolutionize the way we live, I highly doubt it.
edit on 9-4-2013 by boncho because: (no reason given)