Declining Oil Reserves

Ted Kegebein kegebein at planttel.net
Tue Mar 14 17:12:27 EST 2000


arron wrote:

> Ted Kegebein wrote:
> >
> > 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 (
>
> Fantastic..........Then that Scum cant be a scum!!
>
> (you are sure hydrogen is produced? Thought all metabolic cycles, inclusive of
> photosys
> is to have the H trapped in energy carrying molecules either for oxidation for
> energy or forma5tion or reduced molecules)

Hydrogen is the most abundant element in the universe, I'm sure we can
find some somewhere.





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