Declining Oil Reserves

Ted Kegebein kegebein at planttel.net
Mon Mar 13 19:51:51 EST 2000


David South wrote:

> > BTW, a recent front-page article in The Oregonian detailed how within
> > 20-50 years cars may be operated via hydrogen cells, which produce water
> > as the end product. This hydrogen will be produced, the article stated,
> > via algae (pond scum) grown in solution with no sulphur, which causes
> > the algae to revert to an earlier form of photosynthesis, producing
> > hydrogen gas at the rate of 1/10 ounce per day per gallon (although the
> > author thought he could up production to 1/2 pound). Of course, oil
> > would still have to rise dramatically (300-500%) to make conversion of
> > cars to hydrogen burning feasible.
> >
> > Then again, aren't gas prices inching up again? ;)
> >
> > Daniel B. Wheeler
> > www.oregonwhitetruffles.com
> >
>
> Those interested in hydrogen fuel (that originates from other energy
> sources such as oil or solar) should see info regarding "Power balls."
>
> http://www.powerball.net/inside/index.shtml

Interesting link, David.  But, has the world forgot the Hindenburg?

Ted
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