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    "Archy Slater" .... awesome

    We don't need no steeenking sunblock.

    Arch, btw, soylent green is people....have a look into that, wouldya?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nynj View Post
    hahaha pretty funny nynj

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    Quote Originally Posted by yankee View Post
    "Archy Slater" .... awesome

    We don't need no steeenking sunblock.

    Arch, btw, soylent green is people....have a look into that, wouldya?
    if you are referring to GMO's having larger yields as compared to traditional crops, there is no evidence to support that claim. also monoculture crops associated with GMO farming practices depletes the soil of vital nutrients leaving the soil basically dead and unusable without the addition of chemical based fertilizers. organic farming and the practice of crop rotation and composting ensures the vitality of the soil and vitamin/nutrient rich crops.

    if you think another solution is to just kill a few billion people, than are you gonna be the first in line with your wife and kids at the gas chamber? are you gonna sterilize you and your family?

    hydrogen is the most abundant fuel source and the byproduct of it as fuel is water. hydrogen power technology without the use of fossil fuels for production exists, but is suppressed by the major players in LNG and oil. it would be a huge financial loss for them. also unless you live out in the middle of nowhere, you just cant decide to throw up solar panels on you house and go off the grid. there are to many laws and regulations from preventing that. you have to be tapped into the grid and sell your unused power to the utility companies at a low price, where they turn around and sell it off at a large profit.

    don't believe the propaganda the mainstream media fills you with. it is also owned by these powerful peeps. case in point, the march on Monsanto. 4 million people in over 300 cities worldwide protest and there was not one article about it in any newspaper or one mention of it on cable TV. a total media blackout. that's because the mainstream media is the mouthpiece for government and big biz.

    however, you will not listen to me. no. you have been trained to ignore the message and kill the messenger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by archy View Post
    hydrogen is the most abundant fuel source and the byproduct of it as fuel is water. hydrogen power technology without the use of fossil fuels for production exists, but is suppressed by the major players in LNG and oil. it would be a huge financial loss for them.
    No, there is not an economically viable process for removing hydrogen from water currently. There are many processes being researched, and some very interesting prospects. It is not a new discovery to make hydrogen without fossil fuels.
    http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases...0415182430.htm
    http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases...1120160931.htm

    No, the oil companies are not blocking this technology. In fact, many of them invest in hydrogen research. There is a lot of money to be made in cheap hydrogen production, and the smaller oil companies are seeing future opportunities.
    http://www.marketwatch.com/story/pho...ign-2013-05-15

    The fact is, even cheap and clean hydrogen production will not harm the oil and gas industry in the near future. There are mounds of logistical and safety issues when working with hydrogen (Ever light a balloon filled with the stuff?). Luckily, there is also a lot of research underway to develop better containers and storage devices for H2.
    http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases...0920095241.htm

    I worked with hydrogen vehicle development my last year in college, back in 2004-2005. The oil companies have no control over our research and data. Everything was shared with the automotive companies, and they did not suppress the information. They compiled the work from different universities to assist with their own research projects. If you actually cared to know the truth, you could spend some time at a library and pull numerous science and engineering journals with years of hydrogen fuel research. It will take a little more work than just reading your infowars fear mongering sites, but all the information is out there.

    Quote Originally Posted by archy View Post
    also unless you live out in the middle of nowhere, you just cant decide to throw up solar panels on you house and go off the grid. there are to many laws and regulations from preventing that. you have to be tapped into the grid and sell your unused power to the utility companies at a low price, where they turn around and sell it off at a large profit.
    Maybe this is true in that craphole state you live in, but it is not true in my state. The only thing preventing you from going solar here is HOA rules, if you live in that type of neighborhood. There are many new homes being built with solar power, and the only negative seems to be the high initial cost.

    I am not sure why yankee's reference to an old scifi film warranted an epic tinfoil hat rant, but you really need to slow down on the BS you absorb. You speak as if you know so much about all these subjects, while all you really know comes from uneducated fools like Alex Jones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brewengineer View Post
    No, there is not an economically viable process for removing hydrogen from water currently. There are many processes being researched, and some very interesting prospects. It is not a new discovery to make hydrogen without fossil fuels.
    http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases...0415182430.htm
    http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases...1120160931.htm

    No, the oil companies are not blocking this technology. In fact, many of them invest in hydrogen research. There is a lot of money to be made in cheap hydrogen production, and the smaller oil companies are seeing future opportunities.
    http://www.marketwatch.com/story/pho...ign-2013-05-15

    The fact is, even cheap and clean hydrogen production will not harm the oil and gas industry in the near future. There are mounds of logistical and safety issues when working with hydrogen (Ever light a balloon filled with the stuff?). Luckily, there is also a lot of research underway to develop better containers and storage devices for H2.
    http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases...0920095241.htm

    I worked with hydrogen vehicle development my last year in college, back in 2004-2005. The oil companies have no control over our research and data. Everything was shared with the automotive companies, and they did not suppress the information. They compiled the work from different universities to assist with their own research projects. If you actually cared to know the truth, you could spend some time at a library and pull numerous science and engineering journals with years of hydrogen fuel research. It will take a little more work than just reading your infowars fear mongering sites, but all the information is out there.



    Maybe this is true in that craphole state you live in, but it is not true in my state. The only thing preventing you from going solar here is HOA rules, if you live in that type of neighborhood. There are many new homes being built with solar power, and the only negative seems to be the high initial cost.

    I am not sure why yankee's reference to an old scifi film warranted an epic tinfoil hat rant, but you really need to slow down on the BS you absorb. You speak as if you know so much about all these subjects, while all you really know comes from uneducated fools like Alex Jones.
    Brewdude I knew you would respond with some kind of Mr. know it all comment, but like I said to Yankee doodle you as well are programmed to ignore the message and Kill the messenger.

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    Some people don't mind eating organisms that have been genetically modified to contain poison. seems like more would like to be kept in the dark about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by archy View Post
    Brewdude I knew you would respond with some kind of Mr. know it all comment, but like I said to Yankee doodle you as well are programmed to ignore the message and Kill the messenger.
    I don't know it all, but I know the real information is clouded with BS when you start spouting off nonsense like your reply in this thread. You messages are fear, hate, and scare. Instead of blaming everyone and everything in the world for all the problems, take a step back and actually research these topics. I don't mean google search and pick articles from conspiracy sites. Go pick up some journals, read some patents, and send some emails to groups at the forefront of this technology. You have been brainwashed by the likes of Alex Jones. The problem with the people who are feeding you this trash, is that they don't know much about the topics they discuss. They are not scientists or researchers. They don't understand something, so they make up stories to fill in the blanks. If that is the type of messenger you want to be, then you you may want to find a site full of ignorant people to suck up all the BS. That is how AJ has an audience. Take a fact, sprinkle in a dash of bullsh1t, add a bit of fear mongering, and you now you have a fun way to capture the gullible audience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chicharronne View Post
    Some people don't mind eating organisms that have been genetically modified to contain poison. seems like more would like to be kept in the dark about it.
    Don't think anyone has ever said they are 100% ok with GMO on here. Most of us agree that more testing should be performed. Anyways, I like how you change the subject here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brewengineer View Post
    Don't think anyone has ever said they are 100% ok with GMO on here. Most of us agree that more testing should be performed. Anyways, I like how you change the subject here.
    I pity the fool.......