Thursday, January 04, 2007

Hydrogen fuel Seal: My contribution to the energy crisis


Anonymous said...

Capital idea!

Can the engine be easily refitted to operate on minced McCartney, pureed Paris and whipped Winfrey?

Cheers and Good Mental Health and all the best to you and your family in this Glorious New Year!

Anonymous said...

About 40 seconds in to this Mythbusters clip they run a car on used cooking oil.

I guess it could be oil from seals.

Anonymous said...

The tricky part that the so-called "environmentalists" are leaving out is the sketchily detailed liquification process. It is well known that the oil requirements to liquify one seal are alltogether greater than a single seal at this time. Like the empty promises of so many "alternative energy" "sources", this seal process attempts to make energy out of grasping thin air.
Why don't you hit the books, you tree-hugger.

Anonymous said...

Mink oil
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Mink oil is made from the thick fatty layer minks have just under their skins. This fat is removed from the pelt when the mink is skinned and is then rendered into mink oil. Mink oil is a source of palmitoleic acid which possesses physical properties similar to human sebum, therefore mink oil is used in several medical and cosmetic products. Mink oil is also favored for treating and preserving leather.

Botanical alternatives to mink oil as a source of palmitoleic acid include macadamia nut oil (Macadamia integrifolia) and Sea Buckthorn oil (Hippophae rhamnoides), both of which contain a larger percentage of palmitoleic acid (22 and 40% respectively) than does mink oil (17%).

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