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« Reply #135 on: Mar 30th, 2017, 2:45pm »

Swamp,

Sadly I have come to a conclusion.

All hope of ever getting any agreement let alone actual action on emissions control and similar clean air schemes is complete fantasy.

It is never going to happen. We way as well accept it.

The confirmation of this came today when watching CNBC.

The pundits were discussing oil production. And the group view was 'not to worry if oil usage was a little low, soon it would be the summer driving season'.

And that says it all.

No point in getting all this oil if no one can burn it. No profit from oil sat in the ground.

As long as a few people at the top can make money nothing else matters.

The new government wants to lower the emission levels in California (California is resisting this) so that more polluting engines can be used. Guess they use more fuel. Equals more profits. Trump calls it unnecessary regulation.

Mind, he'll be dead in ten years or less, why should he care ? His family can move to someplace with relatively clean air, Aspen ?

The whole damn game is sordid and sick.

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« Reply #136 on: Mar 30th, 2017, 4:32pm »

I agree HAL,
very sick,
you were kidding, YES ?

Just today?

Did the climate scientist include cosmic influence as a partial
issue, or the Earths magnetic field, as a partial issue, do the
scientist include this data in to the computer models?

Anyone can answer this if you know.
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« Reply #137 on: Jul 2nd, 2017, 9:45pm »

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« Reply #138 on: Oct 27th, 2017, 8:38pm »

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« Reply #139 on: Oct 31st, 2017, 10:50am »

"This is the Captain speaking; please shovel another load of corncobs and wood chips into the fuel tank."


Research aims to help renewable jet fuel take flight

Date: October 30, 2017
Source: University of Delaware

Summary: The International Air Transport Association predicts that 7.2 billion passengers will fly in 2035, nearly doubling the 3.8 billion in 2016. So how do we make flying easier on the environment? Instead of petroleum, researchers have now developed new processes to ramp up production of bio-based fuel made from corncobs and wood chips.

Airplanes zoom overhead, wispy-white contrails streaming behind them. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) handled 43,684 flights, on average, every day last year, and U.S. military and commercial flights together used over 20 billion gallons of jet fuel.

All those emissions add up. World air travel contributed 815 million tons of CO2 emissions in 2016 -- two percent of the global humanmade total, according to the International Air Transport Association. And global air traffic is not slowing down. IATA predicts that 7.2 billion passengers will travel by air in 2035, nearly doubling the 3.8 billion that flew in 2016.

So how do we make air travel easier on the environment? University of Delaware researchers are working to develop an alternative jet fuel. Instead of petroleum, UD researchers want to power planes with corncobs and wood chips -- stuff you generally don't care much about unless you're a groundhog or a beaver looking for leftovers.

In UD's Harker Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Laboratory, researchers are transforming such plant material, known scientifically as lignocellulosic biomass, into green products, including new fuels and chemicals. The scientists are affiliated with the Catalysis Center for Energy Innovation (CCEI), an Energy Frontier Research Center supported by the U.S. Department of Energy. Based at UD, the center brings together scientists from nine institutions to work on clean energy challenges.

One of the biggest hurdles to making renewable jet fuel, according to CCEI Associate Director Basudeb Saha, is increasing the speed and efficiency of two critical chemical processes -- coupling and deoxygenation. Since the plant material the center works with has a low carbon content once it's broken down from a solid into a liquid, the carbon molecules must be chemically stitched together or "coupled" to create high-carbon molecules in the jet fuel range. Then the oxygen must be removed from these molecules to form branched hydrocarbons. This branching is essential to improving the flow of fuel at the freezing temperatures of commercial flight.

"International planes may fly at an altitude of 35,000 feet, where the outside temperature could be as low as -14 Centigrade," says Saha, who is leading a renewable jet fuel project at the center. "That's the temperature at which a plane has to run, and the fuel can't be frozen."

Accelerating renewable jet fuel production
The demand persists for non-petroleum-based fuel for aviation. More than a decade ago, the FAA had set a target of using 1 billion gallons of renewable jet fuel by 2018. According to IATA, sustainable aviation fuels are integral to its pursuit of carbon neutral growth from 2020 on, and to a 50 percent reduction in net carbon emissions by 2050 (relative to 2005 levels). But not enough quantities of this alternative fuel are being produced, nor at a competitive cost.

Currently, several U.S. companies make renewable jet fuel from materials such as triglycerides extracted from used oil and grease, or from a combination of carbon monoxide and hydrogen called syngas. One company uses algae as its source material and even has an underground pipeline to the Los Angeles Airport (LAX), where a percentage gets mixed with conventional jet fuel, Saha says.

However, processing this non-conventional material requires high temperatures -- 350C (662F) -- and high pressure as well.

Not so with those wood chips and corn cobs at UD, where Saha and his colleagues have developed new catalysts -- so called "chemical goats" -- that kickstart the chemical reactions that can transform this plant material into fuel. One of these catalysts, made from inexpensive graphene, looks like a honeycomb of carbon molecules. Its unique surface properties increase the speed of the coupling reaction. It also operates at low temperature (60C). Another catalyst removes oxygen in an energy-efficient way and produces high yields of branched molecules, up to 99 percent, suitable for jet fuel. Both catalysts are recyclable, and the processes are scalable.

"The low temperature and high selectivity of our process can enable cost-competitive and sustainable production of bio-based aviation fuels from lignocellulosic biomass," Saha says.
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Materials provided by University of Delaware. Original written by Tracey Bryant. Note: Content may be edited for style and length.
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Journal Reference:
1. Sibao Liu, Saikat Dutta, Weiqing Zheng, Nicholas S. Gould, Ziwei Cheng, Bingjun Xu, Basudeb Saha, Dionisios G. Vlachos. Catalytic Hydrodeoxygenation of High Carbon Furylmethanes to Renewable Jet-fuel Ranged Alkanes over a Rhenium-Modified Iridium Catalyst. ChemSusChem, 2017; 10 (16): 3164 DOI: 10.1002/cssc.201701493

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/10/171030154446.htm

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« Reply #140 on: Nov 2nd, 2017, 10:35pm »

Its a definite show the seriousness of all the chemtrail reality is a comical subject,here @ UFOCB.
When you begin your loss of mobility and the correlation the dropping from above your own heads,finally will reveal itself.
I've had my tests done.
The overwhelming particulates in my system are aluminum and strontium.
Have yourselves a good laugh.
I have lost too much of the above.
I'll be 66 January 7th.
I have no need for any pharmaceutical drugging down.
I only take supplements,have excellent BP readings,Daily.
Yet,the so-called "Doctors" insist I be on their suggested drug regimen regarding my age.
Never.
My only issue healthwise is,
A G E.....
Many of those which may read my comments will either be skeptics or may recognize their own maladies.
There is truth all about the interwebz,Just do some research.
It's there for you seeking truths which many refuse to admit or believe.,
I've documented many series of "painted skies above." ...
I'm tired now,gotta get some rest.
Live long and continue to gain knowledge.
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« Reply #141 on: Dec 2nd, 2017, 10:27am »

JM, no one is saying we are not poisoning our air with exhaust from cars, trucks, airplanes, and cows. However, the issue for this thread is, are we continuing to intentionally spray poison in our atmosphere for science, as we did a few times in the fifties.

Most of us are convinced we are not.

Now, as for Big Pharma, and "drug recommendations", that, my friend, is a another legitimate concern!


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