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My proposal for Salt Water Fit to Drink

Updated on September 9, 2011

Using Sea Water to Drink

One of the greatest challenges in converting Sea water, which is heavily laden with salt, into drinkable fresh water, is the high cost of providing the heat necessary in boiling it or processing, called Desalination. The water must be pumped into holding tanks and there it is heated with boilers using fuel such as natural gases, in heating it oi high levels so that it will evaporate and leave the heavier salt particles behind. The gas formed, is later cooled and reconverts into fresh water. This process was used in distilling of liquor for more than one hundred years up in the hills of the south. One of the greatest new ways to create high heat capacities and do it cheaply, is the process of Cool Fusion. In this process, Nickel and hydrogen are combined to yield copper and high intense levels of heat. It is a system already into production in Italy and other countries and well under development in this wonderful new cheap cost of energy. My proposal is to use the cold fusion process in producing fresh water taken from the sea.It would be most likely best to locate the plants close to the sea water and set them up using the systems needed to produce the cold fusion process first, and then concert the salt water that is pumped into holding vats, by deep boiling and evaporation of gases into fresh water that is then run through copper tubes into holding vats. these can later be siphoned off into containers for commercial use.

With the huge problem of water shortages in the entire world today, this system will be both economical and convenient for countries all around the globe. The earth is about three-quarters salt water and press because some thought it was not feasible, Notice the word I used here..THOUGHT! Countries are already using cold fusion to heat factories in Europe. We need to develop that form of energy here in he United States and get to making all of the fresh water that we will need.

Water can be carried by pipe lines just as petroleum and natural gas are today. Cold fusion is proving to be much cheaper than natural gas and other sources of energy that have high price tags in there use.It only stands to reason that a country as Italy would devise and develop the use of cold fusion. After all, it is the country where one of the greatest inventors and all around geniuses was born and later became a world class figure in history of our civilization, that of Leonardo da Vinci.The world needs to sit up and take notice and not be left behind in the development of cold fusion and all of its great benefits. Desalination or salt water removal for fresh water, is definitely needed in the future of our humanity. It is a necessity and not a luxury. We are fast becoming a world in need of water to consume and many , such as in Asia, are already suffering from the effects of lack of enough water to meet their needs. COMBINE COLD FUSION WITH DESALINATION AND WATCH THE WORLD THRIVE WELL INTO THE FUTURE!

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    • whonunuwho profile imageAUTHOR

      whonunuwho 

      6 years ago from United States

      I have also written a hub, entitled"Cold Fusion. Resource of the Future?"

    • whonunuwho profile imageAUTHOR

      whonunuwho 

      6 years ago from United States

      I have also written a hub, entitled"Cold Fusion. Resource of the Future?"

    • whonunuwho profile imageAUTHOR

      whonunuwho 

      6 years ago from United States

      I was prompted to show my hub on cold fusion and desalination by another hub.

    • whonunuwho profile imageAUTHOR

      whonunuwho 

      7 years ago from United States

      From what I have gathered about cold fusion, it had its start in Italy, and the guys who developed it there are getting a patent on it. It has been in production for a while and is already being utilized. Some folks are still in the dark ages and won't accept that lard is greasy.

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      ruffridyer 

      7 years ago from Dayton, ohio

      If this process works it could be a life saver for the world. Is Cold Fusion the same concept invented by the guy's in utah?

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