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water energy local energy
« on: June 29, 2009, 10:25:35 am »
getting funded ain't easy
it's sad that billy mays isn't with us anymore.  i was gonna get him to pitch me.

turning water into energy is not a easy thing to do.  many attempts have been made.  a research team at MIT is in the process of manipulating the plant process to procure hydrogen energy.  While we hope this succeeds, it's hogwash to believe there will be any large scale energy retributions come because of it in the near future.

Groundhog Energy forsees an immediate need and opportunity to become the largest renewable energy company in the united states and world by controlling key water sources and producing local and regional energy from water. 


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Re: water energy local energy
« Reply #1 on: June 29, 2009, 03:30:50 pm »
When you say water energy, do you mean cold fusion? Or hydrogen electric power?
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