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    Default Scientist stumbles upon an infitinitely abundant alternative fuel while searching for a cure to cancer.

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    SALT WATER guys.

    But the idea to cure cancer seems convincing too.
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    That's pretty darn amazing.

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    Infinitely abundant? I wouldn't go that far.

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    Infinite. We will never use up our water. Our race will die off WAY before that. So in relation to the rest of man kind's existance, this source is infinitely abundant.

    Are we going to debate whether or not our species will live through earth's resources now?
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    What about the salt? Obviously you'd have to expend a lot of energy getting it in the first place.

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    Ed, just take water from the sea. It's impossible to use up water, it cycles from one form to another, and the water picks up the salt on it's way to the sea. This is an infinite source of fuel.

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    Wow that's amazing.
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    Water always restores itself, but salt doesn't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by missingno. View Post
    Water always restores itself, but salt doesn't.
    Salt comes from rocks, so as long as we have beaches, we have salt

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    There's something weird there. Basically the process is electrolysis, and that doesn't explain how the energy comes out.

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    I just realised that the salt would stay after the water was burnt off.

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    The Law of Conservation states that matter cannot be created or destroyed only changed.

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    Salt splits into sodium and chlorine, which could then fuse with oxygen or hydrogen, forming sodium oxide (or whatever. I've dropped Chemistry) and hydrochloric acid.

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    Merk or no merk, salt water would rust the engine and the metal surrounding it anyway, so in order to use the fuel without replacing parts, you'd have to buy a car with specialized interior design.
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    Are car engines made of iron these days?

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    You bet your ass they are.
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    Then how come when I was doing work experience in a garage we'd hose down the engine and just leave it to dry on its own?

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    Maybe your car is a hybrid.
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    Any car, moron.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yojimbo View Post
    Merk or no merk, salt water would rust the engine and the metal surrounding it anyway, so in order to use the fuel without replacing parts, you'd have to buy a car with specialized interior design.
    Ever hear of stainlees steel? It don't rust.

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    Hence the reason why I asked if engines are made of iron.

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    I didn't take an automotive class so stfu all of you queers!
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    Research, my dear boy, research.

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