Wednesday, 19 October 2016

Making fuel


If we pass steam through carbohydrates, we get light fuel oil, plus H and ozone.
1 Cm(H2O)n+H2Os->CmHnOH+H+O2
So we get a high carbon number esta, plus hydrogen and oxygen. We seperate off the hydrogen and oxygen, and are left with a fuel oil.
The exact carbon number depends on the carbohydrate we use – usually this with be >16C, so we get petrol. Lower numbers give us diesel.
So we are turning vegetable water into fuel. So we use plant waste – we do not grow crops. The world has a massive excess of carbohydrates, we burn or land fill.
By steam cracking we get fuel oil. Passing through a Ti honeycomb polymerises this oil. And gives us easy access to diesel or petrol fuel.
As plants gobble up all the CO2 they can get, to build carbohydrates, by burning the fuel, we stimulate plant growth. So in 1 month, all the CO2 is back as plant bio-mass, and biochemistry fuels count as Carbon 0. The CO2 is converted back into bio-mass.
So no Fossil Fuels burn. We convert waste into fuel. The cost of steam cracking is basically the steam plant, and the Ti catalyst – which is not used up.
We get fuel oil for 8p per L. And because we are saving the world from Climate Change, it will not be taxed. Oil producers today are already losing money, as firms convert to Molecular Nuclear Fusion – via a steam plasma tube.

Cars can run off bio-fuel, with no conversion. No Fossil Fuels from the Middle East or elsewhere. The world has just changed.

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