[Gasification] Off Topic - Sabatier Process

Greg Manning a31ford at gmail.com
Mon Jan 23 18:13:22 CST 2012


Show me a link to the process, the link that is listed is your stuff.

Greg Manning

On Mon, Jan 23, 2012 at 2:24 PM, phillip manske <pdmanske at gmail.com> wrote:
> This is a discussion about the above process and my assertion that
> having would be a good thing.  It looks pretty cool but my ability to
> ignore negatives is pretty strong.  I have took hard for negatives and
> when I find them, I have to try hard not to ignore them.
> The process seems to be genuine alchemy.  The process gives methane
> from gases that are waste or close to waste.  The process has no
> moving parts and the parts that are necessary trend toward
> inexpensive.  One material, Ruthenium, trends toward exotic but even
> that is not necessary.  It seems you can manage the process to make
> methane or water and heat.  The process is highly exothermic and to me
> that has desalinization capability written on it.  You have to dump
> 300C to make the process efficient.  That amount of heat can make lots
> of steam and steam makes fresh water.
> I read papers like this for a year....
> http://afuels.net/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=63&Itemid=62.
> The microbial approach leaves you with an idea you are farming and
> thats not a bad thing.  I have few functional bucolics in the family.
>  I'd look forward to that lifestyle in the long run but Sabatier
> seemingly gets to the point quicker.
> I'd like one of these machines but I have not seen them for sale.
> There is ample information online for an excellent understanding of
> the subject.
> If I've missed something, make me aware.  If you have a shop that can
> make one, let me know.
> Warmest regards,
> Phillip "Off Topic Kid" Manske
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Greg Manning,
Brandon, Manitoba, Canada

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