I am responding to two recently written articles, one on the front page of Tuesday’s Oct 5 Mr. Heminger of Marathon Oil proclaiming their projections. They say, “80% of the global energy will come from fossil fuels by the year 2030 and that clean natural gas will be around for 50-100 years.” I say, “Less than 10% of the world’s energy will be delivered by oil by the year 2030, and we will be using no coal to generate electricity by the year 2014, unless the Top Cat PLAN DOES NOT come about. If we can’t get at least 200 million citizens together to make this happen, that, will prove to be the biggest set back in the war against global warming the world has ever seen. If the plan is not made to happen, then I say Mr. Heminger’s projections will be closer than mine. There is no such thing as clean natural gas and to run it in an internal combustion engine for any reason is stupid and it is a fact that natural gas supplies will peak within 20 years. The biggest reason your not paying $4.25 a gal for gas or diesel yet is the fact the hydrogen economy is coming and there is no power on earth going to stop it. The other article is in today’s Oct 6 edition of the Patrick Danzy’s letter to the editor. I concur with all of Mr Danzy’s statements.
I am in the process of submitting a business plan to Rocket Ventures, Toledo, Ohio. To acquire a Federal loan to mass produce a totally green hydrogen generator. Our design uses no propane, natural gas, or coal to produce the hydrogen. We use the power of the sun and wind to throw an electrical charge into down spout water to split the oxygen and hydrogen molecules. Use the hydrogen to fuel any internal combustion engine or recombine the hydrogen and oxygen to get back the exact amount of electricity it took to split it, so use the electricity you need and send the rest to the grid to be compensated for.
If I were to ask all U.S. citizens, “Who invented Alternating Current?” Less than 1% would know who the answer. I consider him and Al Gore to be the greatest Americans ever to have a positive impact for the future of the world. He invented an electric car that would go 10 mph faster than any internal combustion driven car in it’s time. His own electric coil and death ray. He was born in 1856, did not seek fame and fortune, but received his greatest thrill most of his life. That thrill was to blow as many minds as possible by doing missions that almost all deemed impossible. His name was Nikola Tesla, also the inventor of the public American electric grid. Died with pocket chance in his two room apartment in Brooklyn, NY. In 1943. Terry Cook Findlay