SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY: THE FUTURE
SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY: THE FUTURE
GOLD FINGER...from the Amazon Rainforest a few days ago. April, 2023
From Alex, our Field Marshal.
Gold Finger. April 2023
Gold dust. From the Amazon Rainforest.
Gold dust in the bottom of the pan from the first week in April.
Gold deposit from a river bank. Now Mr. Tutinean must make tech to locate the vein that the river is leaching.
From Bolivia of course.
Our powertrain makes synthetic fuel on demand.
Our powertrain is not bound nor tethered nor needs to connect to any fact or notion of a physical hydrogen infrastructure.
Our technology makes synthetic fuel for internal combustion or hydrogen for fuel cell consumption as needed, while in motion, with safeguards against catastrophic release or failure of hydrogen containment.
Hydrogen the smallest, lightest, and most fundamental of elements.
Yet it is big news because it carries such great potential when combined with cutting edge technologies especially those technologies we have discovered. Even the technology within our existing patent magnifies the importance of hydrogen as a fuel/energy source.
The secret to its success in the future?
We believe that hydrogen/synthetic fuel is best involved in the affairs of humanity if humanity can be taught to, THINK DIFFERENT.
"...The hydrogen economy is using hydrogen to decarbonize economic sectors which are hard to electrify, essentially, the "hard-to-abate" sectors such as cement, steel, long-haul transport etc. In order to phase out fossil fuels and limit climate change, hydrogen can be created from water using renewable sources such as wind and solar, and its combustion only releases water vapor to the atmosphere.
Hydrogen is an energetic fuel, frequently used as rocket fuel, but numerous technical challenges prevent the creation of a large-scale hydrogen economy. These include the difficulty of developing long-term storage, pipelines and engine equipment; a relative lack of off-the-shelf engine technology that can currently run safely on hydrogen; safety concerns regarding the high reactivity of hydrogen fuel with oxygen in ambient air; the expense of producing it by electrolysis; and a lack of efficient photochemical water splitting technology. Hydrogen can also react in a fuel cell, which efficiently produces electricity in a process which is the reverse of electrolysis of water. The hydrogen economy is nevertheless slowly developing as a small part of the low-carbon economy. As of 2019, hydrogen is mainly used as an industrial feedstock, primarily for the production of ammonia and methanol, and in petroleum refining. Although initially hydrogen gas was thought not to occur naturally in convenient reservoirs, it is now demonstrated that this is not the case; a hydrogen system is currently being exploited in the region of Bourakebougou, Mali, producing electricity for the surrounding villages. More discoveries of naturally occurring hydrogen in continental, on-shore geological environments have been made in recent years and open the way to the novel field of natural or native hydrogen, supporting energy transition efforts. As of 2019, almost all (95%) of the world's 70 million tons of hydrogen consumed yearly in industrial processing, significantly in fertilizer for 45 percent of world's food, are produced by steam methane reforming (SMR) that also releases the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide.
A possible less-polluting alternative is the newer technology methane pyrolysis,  though SMR with carbon capture and storage (CCS) may also greatly reduce carbon emissions. Small amounts of hydrogen (5%) are produced by the dedicated production of hydrogen from water, usually as a byproduct of the process of generating chlorine from seawater. As of 2018 there is not enough cheap clean electricity (renewable and nuclear) for this hydrogen to become a significant part of the low-carbon economy, and carbon dioxide is a by-product of the SMR process, but it can be captured and stored.
The idea of hydrogen economy has been heavily criticized from the moment it was proposed. The main issues with the H2E scenario are as follows:
In the production of hydrogen we CAN DO far better THAN THIS. However, to do so, WE MUST THINK DIFFERENT.
ENERGY AS CLEAN AS MOTHER NATURE HERSELF!
L. FERROX TUTINEAN
ELECTRODYNAMIC PROFILE RAMPING
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ALTERNATIVE ENERGY. SELF-CHARGING POWERTRAIN ON A BLOCKCHAIN. renewable energy sources support as well.
BATTERY CHARGING OR HYDROGEN/SYN_FUL PRODUCTION WHILE MOVING!
WE MAKE ENERGY AND MATTER AND IT IS MOBILE.