US Navy Powered By Sea Water

The US Navy has figured a way to 'crack' sea water breaking out hydrogen and C02 and then combine those elements into a liquid fuel that can power ships and aircraft.

The effect is to revolutionize the logistics of moving ships without the cumbersome and disruptive process of refueling at sea.  Plus it eliminates the necessity of carry tons of fuel onboard for the aircraft.

The only thing remaining is to scale the technology up and put the 'cracking' devices on ships. Should take about ten years.

The fuel looks, smells, tastes and is totally compatible with existing engines.  So that outta make the greenies happy right up to the point where they realize the seas get drained to make war now.

Pretty nifty, huh?

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