An Endless Supply of Gasoline

Green Freedom of the Los Alamos National Laboratories has a plan to recycle the carbon monoxide polluting our environment, converting it into an endless supply of gasoline using nuclear power plants. A demo plant will be built in West Texas and producing

There is an old expression that goes like this: If something sounds too good to be true, it probably isn't true. At first glances an endless supply of gasoline sounds like one of those things that is too good to be true. Throw in the claim that producing this endless supply of gasoline will also reduce the greenhouse gases in our atmosphere, an even more desirable thing, and it sounds even more too good to be true. This is one of the few times when something that sounds too good to be true could very well come true. There is much solid science behind this claim.

Green Freedom and the Los Alamos National Laboratory

Jeffery Martin, a Los Alamos National Laboratory scientist, working with Green Freedom came up with the design for an indefinite supply of gasoline for cars, trucks, airplanes, and other vehicles using the gasoline internal combustion engine. His design incorporates a closed net-zero-emissions system. His plans are to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and chemically convert it into gasoline to power our vehicles. This is no pipe dream. It is based on solid science, but to make it work we would have to build 500 new nuclear power plants all across the United States.

We Need To Build 500 More Nuclear Power Plants

There are 104 nuclear power plants in operation in the U.S., today, but we have not built any new ones in over 30 years. It would take those 104 and 500 new ones to recycle enough carbon dioxide to produce 714,000 gallons of gasoline, enough gasoline to fuel the entire country.

How It Would Work

Why do we need to build 500 new nuclear power plants? We need their cooling towers to make this plan to work. Cooling towers are huge structures that span 330 feet at their base and climb 660 feet into the sky. Cooling towers suck in the air that cools the water that cool the reactor cores. By adding Potassium Carbonate to the coolant, the towers act as giant vacuum cleaners sucking the carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, converting it into gasoline. The only byproduct of this chemical reaction that is returned to the atmosphere is Hydrogen.

A Demo Plant Planned For West Texas

With the funds secured by Texas Senator Kay Hutchinson, Green Freedom plans to have an operating model plant on line by 2018. I pray for their success. Building 500 new nuclear power plants will eliminate our dependence on foreign oil and our dependence on fossil fuel power plants. This appears to be a win-win solution to an urgent problem.

References:

Los Alamos National Laboratories

New York Times: Science

The Green Freedom Project

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