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Answered: Can Water Be Used As A Fuel For Vehicles

Postby Shuftin » Sat Jul 18, 2015 12:42 pm

Asteroid worth £3 TRILLION in precious metals set to pass Earth on Sunday - and YOU can watch it live

Fly-by will be streamed live on the internet at 11pm UK time on Sunday
Passes 1.5 million miles from Earth 30 times closer than nearest planet
The space rock has attracted the attention of asteroid mining company
Asteroid 2011 UW-158 is thought to have a 100 million ton core of platinum


17 July 2015

By Jack Millner

An asteroid worth a potential £3.5 trillion ($5.4 trillion) is due to pass by Earth on Sunday, and you can watch it live from 11pm UK time (6.30pm ET).

Asteroid 2011 UW-158's fly-by will be streamed live on the internet from an observatory in the Canary Islands.

The space rock has attracted the attention of asteroid mining company Planetary Resources, because it is thought to have a 100 million ton core of platinum that the company might one day want to exploit.

Asteroid 2011 UW-158 will pass within 1.5 million miles (2.4 million km) from Earth on Sunday - 30 times closer than our nearest planet.

It is less than half a mile (1km) across, but is thought to be immensely valuable because of its platinum core.

An organisation call Slooh, that links telescopes to the internet for public viewing, will be providing the images live from their website, along with a discussion about the asteroid and its possible value to space prospectors.

'It's always fun when an asteroid whooshes past our world so the Slooh telescopes will be watching live when asteroid 2011 UW-158 passes 30 times closer to us than the nearest planet, on July 19.’ Slooh Astronomer Bob Berman said.

'What makes this unusual is the large amount of platinum believed to be lurking in the body of this space visitor.

‘Can it be mined someday, perhaps not too far in the future?'

Planetary Resources considers asteroids like 2011 UW-158 as ‘X-type’ asteroids.

X-type asteroids are composed primarily of metal, and appear to be the remnants of large asteroids that fully separated into core and mantle.

Many of these were destroyed in huge collisions in the solar system’s early history, leaving just their tough metallic cores.

Planetary Resources yesterday launched an asteroid mining test vehicle from the ISS, beginning a 90 day mission that will involve testing its software and control systems.

The company one day hope to send the probe to venture far into the solar system to prospect for resource-rich near-Earth asteroids

The vehicle, called the Arkyd 3 Reflight (A3R) will test components that Planetary Resources hope will allow a future probe to extract water from asteroids.

Finding water on asteroids is central to Planetary Resources' mission, as it can be broken down in to hydrogen and oxygen for rocket fuel, allowing crafts to stay out longer and explore further for precious metals.

If water can power a space rocket - then water can power a '68 Plymouth Roadrunner with a 440 under the hood. - Shuftin

A3R won't actually be doing any drilling, but it will test avionics that will be used in the probe that they hope to send, as well as test Planetary Resources' systems' resilience to the harsh environment in deep space.

'The successful deployment of the A3R is a significant milestone for Planetary Resources as we forge a path toward prospecting resource-rich asteroids,’ said Peter H. Diamandis, co-founder and co-chairman of Planetary Resources.

'Our team is developing the technology that will enable humanity to create an off-planet economy that will fundamentally change the way we live on Earth.'

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Re: Answered: Can Water Be Used As A Fuel For Vehicles

Postby palani » Sat Jul 18, 2015 12:47 pm

Subject didn't seem to be related to the heading.

Locally there are lead mines. I always thought it was funny to find these metallic veins running thru limestone but have suspected the origin was a lead meteorite that struck at one time or another. There are no volcano's around so origin from the earth isn't really possible. Just a bullet that the earth didn't dodge.
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Re: Answered: Can Water Be Used As A Fuel For Vehicles

Postby Pumpkin » Sun Jul 19, 2015 6:56 pm

I will at least answer the question. Yes, it was done long ago. I remember seeing the guy on the news (local, some 30 years ago), he said he wanted to get the news out before it was lost or destroyed. He died shortly after. It was a dune buggy and had a hell of a lot of horse power for a water based fuel. It separated the hydrogen and oxygen and then burned it back together. My brother met a man, ex-military retired colonel. He had first hand knowledge of suppressed free energy. It was from a very good friend of his, the inventor. The inventor was made an offer he couldn't refuse (200+ Million) and told to never mention it again. I know a man locally who has a relative who is 'into' free energy. He will not sell his tech. domestically, and is scared to death of the government. Fossil fuels is a several trillion dollar a year business run by evil people, it isn't going to change any time soon.
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Re: Answered: Can Water Be Used As A Fuel For Vehicles

Postby Shuftin » Mon Jul 20, 2015 1:03 pm

Who Killed the Electric Car? (2006)
http://www.veoh.com/watch/v12581888HJGJ ... ectric+car
"In 1996, electric cars began to appear on roads all over California. They were quiet and fast, produced no exhaust and ran without gasoline...........Ten years later, these cars were destroyed."
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Re: Answered: Can Water Be Used As A Fuel For Vehicles

Postby PHOSPHENE » Tue Jul 21, 2015 3:40 am

Brazil: This motorbike runs on WATER!
Published on Jul 20, 2015

A motorcycle able to travel up to 500 kilometres (310 miles) on a litre of water was trumpeted by creator Ricardo Azevedo in Sao Paulo, Monday.

Called the 'T Power H20,' the design features a combination of water and a single, external car battery used to produce electricity and separate the hydrogen from the water molecule. The process, involving a pipe-system, results in combustion which subsequently creates the energy necessary to power the bike.

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