Steam can no longer be ignored.

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    It was an act of terrorism by the greedy international bankers at the core of the Federal Reserve that sank the titanic and blamed it on an iceberg.

    That wicked act of terrorism derailed mostly all efforts at the development and engineering of steam powered ships, trucks, cars, but mainly steam powered electricity. Steam is the oldest, simplest, cheapest and most efficient form of energy how is it that everyone has seemed to forget about it?

    The pursuit of Oil has been one of the most destructive paths the greedy exploitation bankers have hijacked this nation into following. It's very simple heat and water will produce steam which can bring back American industry. The Zionist gave away American industry to communist China, and shipped out gainful employment with our industrial base.

    The high cost of energy was part of the reason that act of treason happened. Cheap energy is very possible and overlooked. Our politicians are a bunch of bribe accepting phonies that serve business exploitation rather than the common good.

    Also with tornado alley running though the middle of this country power generated from wind has not been recognized as a source of electrical power. Mobile windmill systems on flatbed truck half a mile from tornadoes can produce a great abundance of electrical energy.

    All that is needed is a method of storing the energy, and this is no real problem. The closer mobile windmills can get to storms the greater production of power. If storm chasers can do it so can mobile windmill systems.

    In terms of stationary wind mill farms all that is needed is jet engines to provide wind when natural winds are not available. When we stop listening to the terrorist international wall street bankers American may have a chance at redemption....this is the change that is needed.
     
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    The electric ignition came out before a rapid boiler mechanism. Until then steam powered cars were common.

    I will say that if we adopt steam, there seem to be plenty of folks who could add to the general national energy store, as easily as they get steamed.

    and FYI - steam power plants are still in use around the US.
     
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    I don't know if it's a matter of pride, or arrogance to overlook the major contribution steam has made to the industrial revolution. This nation certainly has a proven reliable source of cheap energy to fall back on.

    Not until steam is reintroduced as a method of helping to jump start this ailing economy how can it be said that any serious effort was made to save this nation and the economy?

    An steam powered automobile in this day could possibly sell as well as the ford model T. With the Government ownership of General motors how can we ignore the possibilities? It's very possible some American engineer has already developed a modern steam engine that is ready for mass production.

    For ships; steam is the best, cheapest, and most logical method of being powered. These vessels are floating on their fuel source. It is those greedy and beastly bankers those aim it is to create debt that introduced the diesel engine.

    Truckers would love the savings that would be possible from steam engines. America might have one last change, and if steam power is ignored say good bye to anything that made this young nation great.
     
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    this is the best one I have heard yet! :lol: :lol:
     
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    I know I shouldn't have to ask, but Octoldit is joking right?
     
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    I don't think he is.
     
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    At the risk that this is NOT a joke thread...

    As a rail buff, I've often wondered what could be done in a steam locomotive using modern technology and materials. Maybe nuclear to provide heat for steam.

    But...

    Steam is inefficient. The Second Law of Thermodynamics, entropy is it's major issue. You lose power through heat, friction, resistance and at so many points along the line, you will never equal the efficiency that is currently capable through basic electrical power and internal combustion.

    Also, you need to look seriously at all the problems with steam generation for power as well. Transmission of power is severely limited by the basic fact of condensation. You have pressure issues, corrosion issues, foaming issues, bad water issues, bulky fuel (wood and coal are heavy and take up lots of space). Then you have the pollution issue. Not globullshit warming... pollution. As picturesque as it is to watch an elegant J class streamliner charge over mountains at full power, the amount of crap it throws into the air is incredible. A major step backwards in even what I'd call basic air quality right there.

    The Railroads abandoned steam because the infrastructure, and complexity of generating high power with little space essentially is too cost prohibitive. The machines are complex and are subject to destructive influence at so many points throughout it's operation, it's just not worth going back to it.

    Sure with ships and power plants you can get away with triple and quadruple expansion, but a turbine is much more efficient, but is still extremely power hungry.

    We are much better serve sticking with the best technology available instead of going 'Amish' with our basic fundamentals of society in energy generation and infrastructure support.

    Steamboy is great fiction, but lousy reality.
     
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    Waste of water---next
     
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    In this political and economic situation Americans are now faced in this country what exactly can you possibly considered worthy of joking about?

    If however you are an anti-American Communist/new order cult member one can understand why you would ask such a question, and the twisted humor you may find in Americans losing their homes, employment, and industrial base to the internal closeted Communist, and their slave labor allies
     
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    those commie bastards! Tell me again how they sank the Titanic?
     

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