[Gasification] FW: Bio Digester
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From: createsinc at hotmail.comTo: gasification at listserv.repp.orgSubject: RE: [Gasification] video of Honda Accord with GEK driving now postedDate: Mon, 12 Jan 2009 00:54:17 -0500
Hi Tom,I'll understand if you do not reply to this as it sounds fairly ridiculous to me already. I am fascinated with the GEK concept and was wondering how the entire apparatus could be reduced in size and at the same time increased in productivity and efficiency. I was thinking about an alternate fuel cell, something which was small and would produce a tremendous amount of energy such as frozen liquid hydrogen - then I thought when I eat certain sugarfree pastries and wait for about two hours, my body converts them to a seemingly endless supply of methane. What about a bio-reactor with the identical enzymes as a human system and the maltitol or whatever is in the "sugarfree" morsels? Have a "digester" (going over bumps doesn't affect it), and collect it to run the car. I guess the alternative would be for me to produce the gas but then it might be unsafe trying to drive at the same time. Now you know why it sounds ridiculous. Thanks for everything and have a good life in New England.Bob Hamilton> From: tmiles at trmiles.com> To: tombreed at comcast.net; lindgardgasta at yahoo.com; gasification at listserv.repp.org; jimmason at whatiamupto.com> Date: Sun, 11 Jan 2009 09:19:00 -0800> Subject: Re: [Gasification] video of Honda Accord with GEK driving now posted> > Dear Tom,> > > > I share your enthusiasm about Jim's project but I disagree with your> statement below. > > > > There has been discussion about the "Science of Gasification" on the list.> The technical content - the discussion of science - of the list has put some> people in business and kept others out of financial trouble. We have> ensured that anyone with access to the internet can view those discussions> in our archives by using the many search engines. We have also put some of> that "Science" on the web with links to websites like your own, the IEA Task> 33 on gasification, and hundreds of other links and citations. Your own> contributions can be found at: > > http://gasifiers.bioenergylists.org/taxonomy/term/198> > > > You have been the technical moderator of the Gasification list since we> started it in 1996 and we appreciate your efforts to keep us grounded in the> Science of Gasification. Your note reminds me that since you have said that> your current activities do not allow you to continue as technical moderator> we need new volunteers to take up the task. Anyone who is interested should> send me an email. (There is no pay. It costs a few hours a week. But the> experience is invaluable.) > > > > Kind regards,> > > > Tom Miles> > Principal sponsor and host> > www.gasifiers.bioenergylists.org> > > > > > > > > > From: Thomas Reed [mailto:tombreed at comcast.net] > > > > > >While I have been a member of the gasification list for 10-20 years (?) I> have seen very little of the Science of Gasification discussed there. > > > > > _______________________________________________> Gasification mailing list> Gasification at listserv.repp.org> http://listserv.repp.org/mailman/listinfo/gasification_listserv.repp.org> http://gasifiers.bioenergylists.org> http://info.bioenergylists.org
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