THIS TECHNOLOGY CUTS THE DEMAND ( PRICE) OF OIL BY AT LEAST 60% .
With all due respect for our scientific and technology community these guys and all their compatriots dropped the ball
when it came to your full sized, powerful and comfortable automobile we all used to enjoy. Their apathy and downright ignoring
of proven and accepted scientific principles that are over 200 years old are directly responsible for polluted air, the crummy,
down sized, inefficient, uncomfortable cars we've been forced to accept, and the greatest transfer of wealth since Spain pillaged
Mexico and South America, and to even less deserving Countries , who are converting these il-gotten gains into weapons intended
to make us extremely uncomfortable.
While we can't sue these highly educated scientists and engineers for negligence, we can certainly publicly chastise
them if they argue the obvious, for this simple well known scientific principle has been demonsrated to them since high school
Had any one of them applied this basic process a hundred years ago to the early development of
the automobile and internal combustion engines we would not be plagued today with brown clouds hovering over our cities, outrageously
inflated oil prices and people shooting bullets at us that we paid for. And further, if we accept the theory that fossil fuels
were created from vegetation and other organic matter after 10-30 million years, then this new technology can reduce
this time frame to 4-6 MONTHS, a normal growing season for most food products ( a renewable fuel ), which we eat less than
10% and throw away the rest of these hydro- carbons, that burn quite readily as demonstrated by annual forest fires.
Heat has been misunderstood for thousands of years. Cavemen learned that blowing on a glowing ember produced a fire.
Smelting of metals, the bronze age, gunpowder, alchemy and many processes used this basic chemical reaction clear up to circa
1760, without ever knowing what was happening, until Joseph Priestly discovered OXYGEN and demonstrated that things burned
better and more completely in the presence of oxygen rather than air, which is 80% nitrogen and other inert gases. This also
results in much higher temperatures.
It was 80 more years before a young French scientist, Sade Carnot, deduced the importance
of temperature, explaining that the thermal efficiency of a fuel is determined by the difference in exhaust temperature and
the high temperature in a cycle. This deducttion became the 2nd law of thermodynamics.
Another 60 years passed before the
first internal combustion engine (Otto-1870) was invented, burning fuel with atmospheric air. A practice that remains to this
To date pure oxygen has not been considered as a fuel, except for rockets, yet pure oxygen, as a fuel, dramatically
increases fuel efficiency with higher temperatures and complete combustion and, of equal importance is the positive environmental
impact at no cost. Complete combustion in the absence of nitrogen precludes the formation of Nox, the major cause of smog
and acid rain and the conversion of nearly all the carbon to CO2 gas eliminates particulate emissions.
For over 130
years Oxygen has been ignored as a fuel by engine developers mainly because of availability and the cost to produce. TODAYS
TECHNOLGY MAKES OXYGEN CHEAPLY AVAILABLE IN EVERY CORNER OF THE WORLD. Mechanical chalenges for them are the extraordinary
high temperatures and pre-ignition.
The penchant for war amongst European nations throughout the middle ages placed a demand for nitrates (a necessary
oxidizer of gunpowder) beyond the supply of natural deposits. This shortage was so critical to some countries that farmers
were required to scrape their stalls to recover nitrates that occurred from the decomposition of animal waste. Some
countries demanded that a portion of their taxes be paid with manure, a practice today's taxpayers would willingly bestow
on our politicians.
Tests have shown that various hydro-carbon fuels combined with Measured amounts of pure oxygen yield extremely high
temperatures, CO2, Water vapor and no particulates.