Monday July 23, 2012, 7:08 pm
Wonderful! I sure hope that the optimistic tone of this story translates into real change for these people and the country.
Malaysia is in far better shape to reverse their plight than we are in this country, where it seems every nook and cranny has already been exploited to the limit, beyond redemption.
Monday July 23, 2012, 7:41 pm
Welcome to the solar hydrogen economy via The Phoenix Hydrogen Co-op
which of the following global problems do you think is most pressing
Climate change is a state of play where the earth's climate is suppose to be heating up. In summer it seem's to be global warming and in winter it seem's to be global cooling. Some scientists say it is real and some scientists say it is full of shit
peak oil is where we have already used the first 50% of world crude oil supplies, which happen some time between 2000 and 2010. And now we are on the downhill slide towards the end of crude oil and a end of gasoline and diesel
there is a solution to both of these's problems and that solution is the solar hydrogen economy.
The Phoenix Hydrogen Co-op is a not for profit movement to build the solar hydrogen economy, which is build on the energy transformation. Of sunshine in the Australian desert into electricity via solar panels and using this solar electricity to split sea water into the elements of hydrogen and oxygen. We can release the oxygen into the atmosphere and store the hydrogen as fuel
Solar Hydrogen Gas has three times the energy content when compared with fossil fuel on a kilogram per kilogram bases or a pound for pound ratio.
Solar Hydrogen Gas combusts into fresh water when reacted with oxygen in a internal combustion engine or in a fuel cell