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September 28, 2019, 03:05:04 AM

Soon we'll be making graphene from CO2 for use in graphene/graphene oxide hydrogen fuel cells.  Global warming crisis averted.

Apparently you didn't read my previous post where the root of the problem is the segregation of hydrogen is a net negative energy reaction and doesn't really have anything to do with fuel cells.  But there is no "global warming crisis" anyway.  It's a scam from psychopaths who - just like how they use communism for the same purpose - as an excuse to try and centralize all power and rule over everyone as slaves.  This scheme is mostly orchestrated by psychopaths from the evil cult of Judaism who believe it's their manifest destiny to rule over the 'goyim' with goyim being their servants to abuse.
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September 28, 2019, 03:09:48 AM
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Greta Thunberg sings Swedish Death Metal

https://youtu.be/CLxpgRqxtEA

This is great!






I didn't believe it at first so had to hunt it down. Smiley

https://youtu.be/WkOXbfkosKU?t=206





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September 28, 2019, 03:28:03 AM

Protesters filled the streets of Montreal today with Greta in solidarity to fight climate change.  Sadly, government measures will be regressive and likely a heavy finacial burden on the no-coiners.  How long will it be before the same people begging for climate action in Montreal don yellow vests to protest the taxes they are begging for today?
 We managed to fix the ozone problem with a cfc ban.  We managed to fix the acid rain problem with some technological advances.  I have no doubt we will remedy the climate change issue but the longer we wait, the more painful it will be financially speaking.  Another global recession would do wonders for the climate issue.  It's likely the only way China's and India's CO2 emmsiions are going to be significantly lowered in the near term.  Not sure how long we really have before there is no recovering.


Maybe those protesters should all go to China and protest their policies, until China changes its policies, it doesn't really matter what any other country does.

For some reason the so called "environmental" people never actually call out or confront China, quite interesting.
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September 28, 2019, 03:33:22 AM

Before anyone brings up some Bob Lazar hydrogen bullshit, I've never really looked into any of 'those people's' claims and just assumed they were all fake because of the whole Area-51, UFOs, aliens, and other stuff he talks about. The Jewish occupied govt seems to attempt to jail, kill, blackmail, or frame people for far less than anything he talks about if it was actually true.  Both (((climate change))) and aliens are also mentioned as schemes to try and exert control over the population WAY back in the 60's in Report From Iron Mountain.
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September 28, 2019, 03:43:26 AM

Are hydrogen fuel cells efficient?  I don’t know anything about them

The primary problem with Hydrogen is storage and transport.  Steel tanks look like cheesecloth to Hydrogen.

Think about it, from what do you fabricate a container for the smallest of all elements?

Some light reading on the state of the tech https://hackaday.com/2019/09/04/are-hydrogen-cars-still-happening/

The Hindenburg was able to hold some hydrogen.  I am confident the tech has evolved since.

Sorry Hairy, but that comes off as hand wavey. 

Hydrogen has decent energy density by weight, but very poor energy density by volume.  The Zeppelins were very low pressure propositions.  In order to carry a useful amount for fuel use in an acceptable volume very high pressures are needed, something on the order of 700bar.

Trust me, this is a real problem.  There are solutions, but as always these too come at a cost.
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September 28, 2019, 03:47:30 AM

^Again, it has nothing to do with storage, it's that segregation of hydrogen is a net negative energy reaction (unless one of the spooks reading this thread would like to post a classified method I don't know about).
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September 28, 2019, 04:35:06 AM

Couldn't help but think that one of the unsavory WO lunatics started this.  
https://twitter.com/brucefenton/status/1177360628601819137


* BobLawblaw whistles a tune, looks around innocently, and walks away slowly...
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September 28, 2019, 04:50:47 AM

Are hydrogen fuel cells efficient?  I don’t know anything about them

The primary problem with Hydrogen is storage and transport.  Steel tanks look like cheesecloth to Hydrogen.

Think about it, from what do you fabricate a container for the smallest of all elements?

Some light reading on the state of the tech https://hackaday.com/2019/09/04/are-hydrogen-cars-still-happening/

The Hindenburg was able to hold some hydrogen.  I am confident the tech has evolved since.

Sorry Hairy, but that comes off as hand wavey. 

Hydrogen has decent energy density by weight, but very poor energy density by volume.  The Zeppelins were very low pressure propositions.  In order to carry a useful amount for fuel use in an acceptable volume very high pressures are needed, something on the order of 700bar.

Trust me, this is a real problem.  There are solutions, but as always these too come at a cost.
Sounds like a bomb.
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September 28, 2019, 05:00:39 AM


Thx by the link.
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September 28, 2019, 05:15:29 AM
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Trying to reclaim the 200DMA ($8375 at the moment)? Need a 200 bucks pump. Yesterday's green candle created some hope.

Go above the 200DMA and the bull run can continue. If we can't soon, there will be a problem. Buy you fools. If you aren't gonna, at least don't sell you fools.

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September 28, 2019, 05:25:43 AM
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Maybe those protesters should all go to China and protest their policies, until China changes its policies, it doesn't really matter what any other country does.

For some reason the so called "environmental" people never actually call out or confront China, quite interesting.

Brilliant logic you have there, the neighbors are poisoning their ground water so we should help it along by poisoning our side as well and just to distract from the fact that we don't want to make any sacrifices lets point our fingers at them.

That'll teach them!


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As for the issue of energy, we have gone crazy, we produce tons of products that are not consumed, globalization is fine, but to some extent.

Now everything that is bought is thrown away in a few days, months, shirt, pants, shoes, not to mention the planned obsolescence, nothing is built as before, everything is designed to stop working in x days

Apart from this, it would start by eliminating low-cost airlines, this if it is a waste of energy and a great focus of pollution.


https://www.flightradar24.com/34.67,-1.56/3


https://www.marinetraffic.com/en/ais/home/centerx:-12.0/centery:25.0/zoom:2

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September 28, 2019, 05:29:36 AM

Are hydrogen fuel cells efficient?  I don’t know anything about them

The primary problem with Hydrogen is storage and transport.  Steel tanks look like cheesecloth to Hydrogen.

Think about it, from what do you fabricate a container for the smallest of all elements?

Some light reading on the state of the tech https://hackaday.com/2019/09/04/are-hydrogen-cars-still-happening/

The Hindenburg was able to hold some hydrogen.  I am confident the tech has evolved since.

Sorry Hairy, but that comes off as hand wavey.  

Hydrogen has decent energy density by weight, but very poor energy density by volume.  The Zeppelins were very low pressure propositions.  In order to carry a useful amount for fuel use in an acceptable volume very high pressures are needed, something on the order of 700bar.

Trust me, this is a real problem.  There are solutions, but as always these too come at a cost.

I don’t claim any knowledge of hydrogen as a fuel.  

Can you just liquefy it?  That’s how LNG is shipped across the ocean.
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September 28, 2019, 05:30:57 AM
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As for the issue of energy, we have gone crazy, we produce tons of products that are not consumed, globalization is fine, but to some extent.

Now everything that is bought is thrown away in a few days, months, shirt, pants, shoes, not to mention the planned obsolescence, nothing is built as before, everything is designed to stop working in x days

Apart from this, it would start by eliminating low-cost airlines, this if it is a waste of energy and a great focus of pollution.




Materials engineers designing materials to only last the life of a product is pretty shitty although it is a good business model. It's like the medical industry only creating treatments as opposed to cures. There is a fundamental problem with the way the world works.
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September 28, 2019, 05:39:01 AM

Couldn't help but think that one of the unsavory WO lunatics started this.  
https://twitter.com/brucefenton/status/1177360628601819137


As I already stated, I'm not really a fan of that symbol because TONS of people from the Jew World Order and their media and music zombies used it to symbolize *SOMETHING* before white people did.  People like "Jay-Z" and Beyonce in the rap music world did it and black people claimed it symbolized "666".  Then Jews like Shia LeBouf also do it and he was clearly not using it as an 'Okay' sign but to symbol something else:

Why I'm not particularly a fan of the "Wall Observer" hand sign.  To make a long story short, the sign existed before the "alt-right".  The alt-right was a govt op to try and classify and demonize a large swathe of the population - the "bitter clingers", nationalists and such in the vein of the OKC bombing false flag.  Unlike the OKC bombing, the alt-right op backfired spectacularly and calling someone a Nazi actually became a compliment instead of demonization.

So, while the alt-right narrative ran completely out of govt control and backfired on them, it's unknown just who the prime mover was attempting to integrate this hand sign into the alt-right; whether the first mover was just some random fool and it's all coincidence or the Jew world order establishment themselves.  Because the existence of this hand sign pre-alt-right appears to be entirely Jew world order and non-coincidental:







Obvious govt false flag Brenton Tarrant whose mission was to demonize the "alt-right" after the govt failed 5000 times before:





The amount of false flags that occurred under Trump's watch so far is VASTLY higher than any president in history and he makes 0 effort to arrest them or people like Soros:



You even have evil cult of Judaism members doing it who clearly believe it symbolizes something:


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https://twitter.com/cryptochaseio/status/1177728885385056257


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September 28, 2019, 06:18:48 AM

Imagine being so poor you don't buy because you still can't afford a whole bitcoin cash  Smiley

I hope that you are not referring to bcash.

Anywhoooo... you don't need to have a whole bitcoin.

If you know about bitcoin, you invest whatever you can into it in regular increments, even if you can only assemble $20 per month, you do what you can without putting the rest of your finances or monthly expenses at risk... because you don't want to overinvest into bitcoin if you do not have your monthly expenses covered.
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September 28, 2019, 06:24:53 AM

I didn't hesitate to buy with my saved salary above 10K, so now I am going to wait? No, thanks, I am directly buying. Hopefully my small 0.052BTC purchase at $7950 will trigger the next bull  run Wink Next month I will have more fiat - like 1000$, and I will buy even if we are above 10K.

Sure, as you seem to acknowledge, you cannot rush cashflow.

Your cashflow is whatever it is.  I am confident that you are making whatever efforts are reasonable and prudent to keep your cashflow coming in and to manage your expenses in order to allow yourself a BTC investing budget. 

Therefore, until you have the cash in your hands (or your bank account), it is merely a projection rather than a reality.
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September 28, 2019, 06:41:54 AM


Can you just liquefy it?

Well yes, at very high pressures.

The current (type IV, the type V tanks are experimental) tanks hold it at 700bar, that is 10,000psi...  ...
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