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    Mallove interview on coast to coast
    Posted on Sunday, February 08, 2004 @ 12:33:48 GMT by vlad

    Testimonials Mike Johnston writes: Mr. Mallove,

    I appreciate the fact that you do try to promote alternative forms of energy. However I found your offhand comments on the coast to coast am radio show regarding hydrogen energy somewhat offensive. You said that hydrogen is not a viable energy source. This is ridiculous as hydrogen currently IS our primary power source. The fact that is is conveniently stored on carbon chains doesn't change the reality. What you were really saying is that you feel it to be impossible for science to develop a better way to store and utilize hydrogen. I guess man will never fly either then,eh?


    You said this is true no matter what anyone is writing on the web. I take particular offense at that being that I probably write more about hydrogen fuel on the web than anyone else. I guess you know that though.

    Then you go on to champion cold fusion as though that is more promising in the short term. Where is your working cold fusion reactor that produces USABLE amounts of excess energy? You don't have one. I on the other hand, CAN show you working hydrogen fuel devices. Yet cold fusion is just "it" to you and you see any more promising technology (such as H2 fuel) as a threat to your precious cold fusion.

    Then you go on to cry about how the Academic Establishment refuses to even look at cold fusion while you yourself are doing exactly the same thing with hydrogen.

    Finally, You are entitled to your personal beliefs, misconceptions and/or delusions but when you have a worldwide audience of potentially millions of listeners I think you should try to be just a bit more accurate.

    MJ

     
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    "Mallove interview on coast to coast" | Login/Create an Account | 4 comments | Search Discussion
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    Re: Mallove interview on coast to coast (Score: 1)
    by vlad on Sunday, February 08, 2004 @ 12:41:22 GMT
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    Chris Arnold writes: Dr. Mallove is entitled to his opinion about H2, but that will soon change. My plasma device produces tremendous volumes of H2 from oil at such high efficiency - well, most call it impossible or worse.

    I have a technology that is Patented & Industry ready - right now, with hundreds of for profit applications. Distributed Generation is just one small segment, highest efficiency H2 generation is another segment.

    Within two weeks my new company "PlasmaKing Corporation" will begin a private stock offering to "accredited USA investors" or unrestricted non USA investors as per SEC regulation.

    Interested? Find out more at:

    http://members.aol.com/hypercom59

    Best Regards,
    PlasmaKing Corporation
    Chris Arnold



    Re: Mallove interview on coast to coast (Score: 0)
    by Anonymous on Sunday, February 08, 2004 @ 18:18:30 GMT
    f hydrogen is to replace gasoline for road transport, a means to store useful quantities of hydrogen on-board the vehicle must be found. Storage as a liquid, as a gas, or in metal hydrides all have serious limitations.


    http://www.aip.org/tip/INPHFA/vol-10/iss-1/p20.html



    Re: Mallove interview on coast to coast (Score: 1)
    by ElectroDynaCat on Monday, February 09, 2004 @ 09:03:17 GMT
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    Compressed hydrogen can be used as a transport fuel as long as the distance the vehicle travels is less than 25 miles. This can be done today with off the shelf items. Considering that the average daily automobile distance traveled by an typical American automobile is less than 20 miles, hydrogen can be considered a viable alternative fuel without any storage technology breakthroughs. All that would be needed is some distilled water and some sunshine to power up a photovoltaic cell bank. This is the Oil Companies biggest nightmare, but one that they know will eventually occur, the evidence being that most of them are getting into the PV cell business. Maybe thats because they already know that there's not that much (cheap) oil left. We may be witness to another rapid and dramatic technological shift in the first part of this century as the market mechanism kicks in to supply a new demand.



     

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