Diving right in. The solution to the energy crisis.

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    This is an idea I came up with over 25 years ago. It is an idea that I came up with about the same time that I came up with a faster than light space drive. I won't get right into the fine detail of this solution to the energy crisis. (But I can direct you to it if you're interested) The material needed to create power isn't coal, oil, nuclear or anything else. It is plain old water! You see, at a certain temperature water or steam will combust. Just as if it was gasoline.When it does so, the gasses from it will be pretty hot. Power could be derived from these hot gasses through magnetohydrodynamics. Apart from that, the preassure from the combustion could be used to turn a turbine. Eventually the gasses will recombine into H2O. Creating a vaccum that would bring the pressure down to what it was in the pre-combustion stage. But before that happens, something could be set up like the engines in a German buzz bomb. Where any drop in pressure would take in air from someplace else besides where the combustion happened. The engineering to create a suitable combustion chamber has been around for at least 50 years.

    So giving you the solution, what will you do for me. That is, at this forum. I'm not seeking money or sex.
     
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    Sorry but it has already been thought up here.
     
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    This is usually my solution to the energy crisis, toward the end of the day...

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    Where does the energy come from to super heat the water to combustion if not coal, nuclear, etc?

    BTW- there is not really an energy crisis at the moment.
     
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    we should try harnessing the Hot air of the 2000 Dem candidates. But just like PMMs they run continuously but don't produce much proof that they work!
     
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    You would use the combustion of hydrogen and oxygen to heat up the furnace to the necessary temperature. After that your problem would be to keep the furnace from getting too hot from the steam you would inject into it. Next, if you are smart enough to realize that global warming due to human activities is a reality, then you should know that there is an energy crisis.
     
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    There’s an energy crisis?
     
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    Water DOESN'T combust. It is inert. You have to expend energy (electricity) to break it down before you can burn its components.
     
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    Two good reasons to go into science...

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    I experience it every time the alarm clock goes off.
     
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