Discussion in 'Science and Technology' started by CSM, May 23, 2006.
WOW!!! It's out there, can the big oil boys keep it hidden much longer?
I dont know, but if this stuff really takes off it will certainly change the dynamics of the world! I am half tempted to try to get in contact with the guy; I want a car like that! and a boat too!
Hell with that! I'll put my entire 401k in the stock!
Then the car and boat..
Well hell, I just killed it. If this guy sells to any one energy company (OIL), this will never see the light of day publicly. I hope he does go public.
Hmmm..I dont know but the clip mentions the guy has been contracted to build a HMMWV for the Army with this technology....once that happens (assuming the Army stays interested) it would be awfully hard for this to be hidden.
It boggles the mind to think this could really really work. The Middle East would be in real economic trouble if this technology is viable. All those countries would be trying to import the main ingredient!
Funny how "what goes around, comes around" ain't it?
Oh yeah! Of course the price of bottled water would skyrocket, but then I wonder if folks know just how easy it is to make distilled water! Petroleum products would not disappear completely but it sure would ease the demand and the Kyoto stuff would be obsolete! What would the environmentalists have to bitch about then?
Make it yourself? Not on yer life, its WAY too dangerous, and the government will be sure to let you know that. Just think of the requirements they will come up with for proper manufacturing this new fuel.
And that self service pump ya have outside yer house, yep, its gotta go, way too dangerous!
The Kyoto stuff is already obsolete they just dont know it.
As far as what the environmentalists have to bitch about... Theyll find something. I see it like this, BAN WET T-SHIRT CONTESTS theyre BAD for the environment and a health risk (somehow) !
Swimming pools too, waste of resources.
Think of the advantages though.
You can wash your car, get a drink and fill er up at the same time.
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