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  1. mrdoomsday

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    Major article in discover. In philadelphia scientists have built a machine that will convert anything with carbon into oil, w/o any other biologicaly harmfull products.
    So far the only thing they cant use in nuclear waste. But other industrial waste can be used. And out of all the recipes they have tried, so far nothing toxic has come out.
    Even humans would work.
    if a 175 lbs man fell in.. he would be converted into 38 pounds oil, 7 lbs gas, 7 lbs minerals, 123 lbs clean pure water.
    They have used just about everything from shredded computers to medical wastes and have gotten all but negative results.
    And theyve already sold on machine comercialy to the thanksgiving company butterball. The 20 million piece of equip can digest 200 tons of dead turkey carcasses a day and turn it into oil water and gas.
     
  2. cowofwar

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    Yeah, I know. Turkey guts = oil, I read that a while ago.

    It probably wont catch on though, people are stupid.
     
  3. Jakeman

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    woot. we can expect gas prices to reflect this discovery in about 40 years.
     
  4. kraahl

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    no carbon in that, of coarse it wouldn´t work
    it´s evident
     
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    Re: Re: oil problem solved

    unless they can remove/add protons from the nucleas
     
  6. mrdoomsday

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    unless they use radioactive carbon!
     
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    I think it could catch on. I would say within a year they could easily match the price they paid for the machine (20 million). 200 tons of turkies a day is a lot of oil and fertilizer. I do not see why these companies would not buy it. It looks good in the publics eyes, pays for itself and makes additional money. Cleans up the environment and the cost to use it is nothing b/c it produces more energy than it uses.
     
  8. kraahl

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    yes, you could perhaps use Coal-14 but that´s not a biproduct from a nuclear reactor, is it?
     
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    Re: Re: Re: oil problem solved

    if we could do that easily, we could make anything out of anything
     
  10. Jakeman

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    we can do it, but it probably requires more energy than we would get out of the process.
     
  11. MisterHalleck

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    yeah. that's why scientists are so keen on fusion power. But hey, oil from turkey carcasses? I'm not gonna argue with it.

    You can almost hear the animal-rights activists screaming...
     
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    To get carbon from uranium or plutonium you only have to remove a couple hundred electrons, neutrons and protons. That's only busting through like eight quantum levels. You'd need a nuclear reactor to generate enough power to do that.
     
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    Well, Toyota just produced a Hydrogen Cell SUV for testing, to be released as a retail product in the next 5 years...that also solves the problem with oil without the carbon monoxide, methane, and all the other crap oil drinking cars, trains, and power plants use.
     
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    Where are you going to get the energy to extract hydrogen from seawater?
    ^_^
     
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    Uhh... Nuclear Power plants :p
     
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    Go Go Nuclear!!!
     
  17. kraahl

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    yes we can, the old alchemist dream of making gold is possible today
    it´s not very economical though
     
  18. cowofwar

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    Nuclear power is the best form of power available today but all the damn hippies are too retarded and brainwashed by propaganda to realize the truth.
     
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    I know what you mean Cow, my Uncle was an overseer at a Nuclear Power Plant after serving for several years on a nuclear sub. He is now going into the feild of nuclear law to help push for the advancement of nuclear power.
     
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    Here in Sweden we had a poll (do you call it that, when it´s the entire country?) about to keep nuclear power or not.
    According to the outcome we are in the process of shutting down or nuclear plants to make rome for more renewable energy sources.
    The problem is that there aren´t enough so we buy foregin energy produced in coal and oil plants. That´s a whole lot worse.
    I like nuclear power, I think it´s a good source of energy but most of my fellow swedes do not think so.
     

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