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Ah, but science's laws are merely theories that have been validated multiplude of times over. The laws of thermodynamics, can still be techinically broken, it's just extremely improbable. wink.gif
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Can you show me where these laws have been broken? thinking.gif
    
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Can you show me where these laws have been broken? thinking.gif

When I do it I'll let you know. biggrin.gif. Working of making a flying cinder-block now, you should see this prototype!
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When I do it I'll let you know. biggrin.gif. Working of making a flying cinder-block now, you should see this prototype!

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Okay you guys are right, I was wrong.

Let's burn our planet smile.gif
That's a much better idea.

Althought I recommend you to read on methane time bomb. This might enlight you a little.
I find it fun that all I said everone jumped on me saying not true, false. not true. false.

As if I was lying. What would be the point to lose my time here saying nothing.

Freezeland melting is a big problem and I didn't invent it.
What cause the freezeland to melt ?
Heat and heat is produced mainly by us, humans. Those who love money and shinny things.

I'll stop posting seeing how responses are, I'm not trying to fight anyone at all.
It just doesn't make sense to me to promote using fuel.
We should push toward electric cars and hydrolic cars, not about creating fake renewable fossil fuels that will eventually end up killing us all.
I know it won't happen anytime soon, that's what scares me the most. We are about to leave a broken planet to our childrens and we once again, do not care at all.
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...Did I just get completely ignored?

Man... I did a paper on the viability of hydrogen power in college. There are still significant issues that need to be overcome before it will be able to be used on a massive scale. No many people want hydrogen power to succeed more than I do.

And I've already posted about electric cars and their batteries...

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When it came out a while back about the Methane plumes in the South Pole the small piece of me that cared about Global Warming kind of gave up. Regardless if the cause of the warming was started by nature or humans...that methane is going to finish it. No point in worrying about it now

Humans could shut off every source of green house gasses we make and it would not matter at this point. It's too late. Those methane plumes are doing more for global warming in a day than what humans do in a year. Seeing as how I live in Minnesota, USA, I have started driving the long way home in hopes to help kick start this global warming bit. It's damn cold here

I still want an electric car(or otherwise non-fosil fuel burning) in my garage, but not for the environment...electricity is much cheaper that gas for me. I just want to laugh at the pumps.
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Okay you guys are right, I was wrong.
Let's burn our planet smile.gif
That's a much better idea.
Althought I recommend you to read on methane time bomb. This might enlight you a little.
I find it fun that all I said everone jumped on me saying not true, false. not true. false.
As if I was lying. What would be the point to lose my time here saying nothing.
Freezeland melting is a big problem and I didn't invent it.
What cause the freezeland to melt ?
Heat and heat is produced mainly by us, humans. Those who love money and shinny things.
I'll stop posting seeing how responses are, I'm not trying to fight anyone at all.
It just doesn't make sense to me to promote using fuel.
We should push toward electric cars and hydrolic cars, not about creating fake renewable fossil fuels that will eventually end up killing us all.
I know it won't happen anytime soon, that's what scares me the most. We are about to leave a broken planet to our childrens and we once again, do not care at all.

Okay a couple of things here to clear up.

* Submission by even the tiniest amount of sarcasm doesn't do anything for anyone.
* No one is calling you a liar except yourself, you're just incredibly misinformed.
* Heat isn't only produced by humans. The entire solar system has shown a raise in temperatures, including Venus and Mars for starters, and that's only in the small amount of time (roughly 60 or less years) that we've had the 'ability' to detect, record, and substantiate these findings. Could it be the sun helping? I'm no scientist but micro and macro scale changes happen in and around us all the time.
* We're promoting progress not fuel itself. You can't deny that fossil fuels have helped the world progress to where it is today.
* You don't know if the planet is broken or not and neither do scientists. We know very little in the large amount of knowledge that we already have.
    
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...Did I just get completely ignored?
Man... I did a paper on the viability of hydrogen power in college. There are still significant issues that need to be overcome before it will be able to be used on a massive scale. No many people want hydrogen power to succeed more than I do.
And I've already posted about electric cars and their batteries...
:::Sigh:::

Issues can be resolved with time and money.
Thing is, there is more money to milk from fuel at the current time.
There could be a huge bomb that would go off once we sip the last drop of petrolium out of the earth and still we'd still suck it all so we can make more money.
This kind of thinking makes me sad, water is 100x cleaner if not more than fuel.

They are just are blinded by money. As an atheist, I'm hoping there is someone out there that will punish them for their selffishness.
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Okay you guys are right, I was wrong.
Let's burn our planet smile.gif
That's a much better idea.
Althought I recommend you to read on methane time bomb. This might enlight you a little.
I find it fun that all I said everone jumped on me saying not true, false. not true. false.
As if I was lying. What would be the point to lose my time here saying nothing.
Freezeland melting is a big problem and I didn't invent it.
What cause the freezeland to melt ?
Heat and heat is produced mainly by us, humans. Those who love money and shinny things.
I'll stop posting seeing how responses are, I'm not trying to fight anyone at all.
It just doesn't make sense to me to promote using fuel.
We should push toward electric cars and hydrolic cars, not about creating fake renewable fossil fuels that will eventually end up killing us all.
I know it won't happen anytime soon, that's what scares me the most. We are about to leave a broken planet to our childrens and we once again, do not care at all.

You're suggesting we all switch over to electric and hydrogen fuel cell cars. You're clearly not thinking broadly enough. Electric car batteries are appallingly bad for the environment. The whole "more oil is used to make a Prius than a Hummer uses in its entire lifetime" thing still stands. Besides that, the extra strain on the grid for recharging all of those has to come from somewhere (mostly coal). Hydrogen vehicles are a whole 'nother animal. An unbelievable amount of infrastructure would need to be built. Range would be abysmal with current hydrogen storage methods and the catalysts for the fuel cells themselves are very expensive. Electrolysis on a scale large enough to provide hydrogen for enough cars to replace internal combustion completely is impossible for the time being. You're oversimplifying this way too much. We simply don't have the R&D for those to be feasible at the moment.
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Issues can be resolved with time and money.
Thing is, there is more money to milk from fuel at the current time.
There could be a huge bomb that would go off once we sip the last drop of petrolium out of the earth and still we'd still suck it all so we can make more money.
This kind of thinking makes me sad, water is 100x cleaner if not more than fuel.
They are just are blinded by money. As an atheist, I'm hoping there is someone out there that will punish them for their selffishness.

What does atheism have to do with anything?! confused.gifheadscratch.gifthinking.gifwth.gif
    
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