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Old 5th September 2007
Graham Toquer
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Default Hydrogen on demand

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Old 2nd February 2008
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"As the alloy reacts with water the aluminium turns into aluminium oxide, also called alumina, which can be recycled back into aluminium."

Turning aluminium oxides into aluminium is one of the most energy consuming activity we have in the industrialised world. I still cant understand why technologies that do not add to the solution, less carbon emissions, but add to the problem, more or equal amounts of energy used, again and again are put forward as miracle cures.
//Mattias Aldaron
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