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    Catalysis.

    This field of study is about creating a 'perpetual motion engine' for chemicals, or, in chemistry, or, chemical reactions. This would be similar to an oscillator approach where the process of energy gained is continuous and 'refreshes itself.' This would be good to study if you were interested in batteries and petroleum refining, hopefully finding a way to replenish petrol reserves in an engine, like the one I found long ago with a 'capture casket' that retains the smoke, to condense and reform as petrol.

    Anyway,

    The chemical reaction we are looking for, as a foundation of our theory, is to use one thing or element to create a spark that does not erode the materials. In essence, this is where energy is created but no mass is consumed, save for mass that is plentiful, of course.

    So, if we were to want to create a battery that refuels itself, in effect a rechargeable battery, which do exist, how do we do it? If we were to observe that the fuels will be consumed as soon as they are 'flamed,' as there will be a beginning to the energy exchange, from a catalyst, as the catalyst is another word for spark, as far as I am concerned, the fuels need to merely 'be the spark.' This would result in an example of a piece of flint striking another, and, the flint being the materials that are not eroded, yes?

    If we are seeking to 'not erode the flint of the battery,' then we need to have the flint create the energy from air, or, gases. This is apparent in lighters, as the flint merely lights the gases, of course.

    Now, to make the battery not consume the materials, be they fluids, usually, then we need to gear the fluids to create a process of exchange where the gases consume each other, and, the 'fire,' would result in the fluids being there as weight on a levy, basically.

    So, we know the foundations of the process we are looking for, with a practical example, how do we make the gases keep the energy being produced? Basically, gas is also stored energy, as it has mass, yes? Anything with mass can transfer energy, so, we need to use the gas to power the battery, maybe even leaving the fluids out.

    Okay, after wasting much of your time, I have come to the conclusion that I am trying to make a battery that is gas powered, whoops!

    If we were to observe that the gases could be stored, like in a aerosol can, we could also see how that these would be consumed, yes? We are, after all looking for a renewable source of energy via gaseous exchange, of course. This would mean that we need to send the gases into a replica of a water cycle, where they create energy through a 'contained vacuum.' This would be like a ferris wheel, of course.

    Then, we need to create this vacuum by containing it, maybe through 'magnetism?' Protons can be manipulated through mere sparks, or contact, no need for the anions to transfer, or, to 'electrically overcharge it.' This would mean that we could create a 'vacuum cylinder' by placing the metal parts, as they have excess protons, with the focus on the area we want to create the energy, with the energy being created by the metal parts knocking together, charging the fluids for the battery, hell, ordinary tap water, with excess electrons - yes like creating 'fire water.'

    This water can then power a battery, albeit slightly.
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    Filtration.

    This, in chemistry, is where the fluids are filtered from solids, but I want to include how to filter other fluids, too, hopefully? The fluids will pass through the filters and then be filtered, but wouldn't it be better to simply 'charge a spoon' and dip it in a few times to gather all 'the excess?'

    Then again, maybe we could charge a chamber or cylinder to absorb the excess we do not want? This could be done by using anions to dissolve the excess, or, cations to gather them, as the prior is electron charged, so it will let off a charge more or less like a acid, and, the latter is proton charged so will let off, if polarized correctly, 'a magnetic aura' that will clutch them all up, our spoon, or cylinder. With 'the spoon' we simply remove it, with the chamber, we simply pour the chemicals out, yes?

    But, what if we wanted to bond certain chemicals - this would be where we need to mix them and then see decisive amounts in each droplet. Of course, this is rather natural, unless, there is such difference in density that 'the wine rises tot he top,' of course.

    So, we would want to use our spoon, once more, and, heat the mixture. This would mean that the electrons would dissolve the fluids a minor amount, but the remnants will be mixed, and, the heat will make sure they mix for good.
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    Petroleum part one - Alkanes.

    This is where the petroleum is made by using alkanes or something, I am half asleep! This alkane that makes petroleum is made with four hydrogen to a carbon atom, and mixes between them. So, we need a way of mixing carbon with hydrogen en mass and then storing it and keeping it mixed.

    The best way to mix things is with heat, and, I hear that this is similar to algae and zooplankton. This means we could observe that algae is like the human body, in that it is biomass... hey, wouldn't it be clever to use the 'living model' as a base of making algae like biomass, or, 'petroleum source?'

    This would require looking at the petroleum as a mixture of biomass, and, then mixing 'water' with 'grease' or something similar, yes? This would grwo algae, and, allow for cheaper petroleum...

    Or, maybe that is incorrect? Maybe we could mix carbon atoms with hydrogen atoms by using steam onto, well, anything? If we were to observe that we could make algae by boiling a kettle under a rock or wood surface, what else could we use? This would stand to reason that we could basically take a pot of water and boil it at a certain temperature to produce the algae, and, with the right amount of wood, we could siphon off about five percent of that as petroleum, or, our oil from the trees or coal?
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    Petroleum part two - Cycloalkane.

    This is where the spread is easier on everybody to make. It is two hydrogen to one carbon, so, would be a mixture similar to water, replacing the oxygen with carbon. I feel like sticking this whole mess into one big vat, and, seeing what happens!\

    Okay, we need to throw sand into a vat and mix it with something hydrogen heavy, like water? So, sand and water, into a vat, melt it down, and, see how much alkane yield it has?

    The petroleum should rise to the top, and, should collect as the materials are boiled away.
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    Gasoline attempt.

    This is basically the same as petroleum but with added oxygen. When you boil water, like with my petroleum idea, we will dissolve the oxygen, so, maybe we need a better mechanism to mix the oxygen into the mixture?

    This might be possible by using [o4], but, that would mean creating oxygen four first. This could be overcome by using a molecule that has oxygen in it, of course...

    If we were to observe blood would do it, as it has plenty of oxygen in it, we could easily make some gasoline, but,

    If we were to use leaves of trees, they also produce oxygen and absorb it, plenty left over for the gasoline!
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    Why do you keep posting this insane gibberish? You clearly have no idea what you're talking about. I sincerely hope you are not actually conducting any chemistry experiments, since it would clearly pose a danger to yourself and to anyone in the immediate vicinity.
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    Achieving steady state.

    This would be where we find the balance between gravity and volume. This is where they give some funny squiggles that look like a [p], but, they actually are trying to say; "If volume allows for gravity to be bent, the water will flow into the rest of the tube."

    With steady state, they will say that this is the cause of overflow, in, I suppose, seeing as how this is chemical engineering, the vats and then there will be a bottleneck with 'the system.' This will lead to pressure, and, then, stress, yes?

    With finding the right steady state, with the maximum applied volume being applied, we need only to take the volume of the liquid, and, subtract resistance.
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    Bonds and molecules.

    The bonds and molecules you find on diagrams where the chemicals are bound are not 'random.' They all fill into form, as, all things find order eventually. Take a river, the water does not all go to one side, nor the other, then there is a blood stream or vessel, the fuels will spread out to find 'balance.' This means that the balance is found by territory, yes? As with all things, things seek space, and, then try to multiply to dominate that new space. This is because everything, us included, seek to see ourselves around ourselves, subconsciously wanting to dominate everything - 'power.'

    So, with that in mind, we need to observe why things spread out to find balance before dominating. The more of something there is, the closer together it will be, density! If there are few of it, it will spread out to find space, balance! Then, with bonds, we find that with those lines to connect the atoms, we will have a lot of something gathered around a few of something, yes? If it is a lot of 'heavy things' gathered around a 'light thing,' then it will be tough, and vice versa. This is because each atom is merely a differently dense molecule or bond, leading to a different state of matter. This means that it is like taking water and drying it, for gaseous steam, or condensing it for ice, yes? So with all atoms, they collect more density or lose it, of course.

    This is where the bonding gluons will hold it together, for balance of the molecule or bond. This will be where the gluons are affected by the atoms, to try to balance themselves - it is not the atoms pushing, pulling and moving around, it is the space in between them! This space means that it needs to have as much push as pull, so as to find "personal force," of comfort, so as to push as much as you can, gaining you space, to fill with your own 'presence,' and then the other side pushes back, with equal force, as it is made of the same stuff. So, it would be like trees fighting for light - these gluons do not bond with the other trees, they push them as much as they can, to get as much light as possible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ethereal View Post
    You clearly have no idea what you're talking about.


    And you do?


    Never have I known you to post facts, only jibberish.


    Over to the other TPF, the good one, there is a chem engineer who would love to discuss all these things with Brett Nortje.

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    Enzyme engineering.

    Enzymes are there to break things down - to make them more malleable and 'lax.' This will be for the loosening of the molecules, that they will be less dense, of course. Picture a ball of plastic, if you were to rub it with water, it would become less dense and more relaxed, yes? It will become soggy and more 'flexible,' and, be in a more broken down state, and, of course, as I said, less dense.

    So, as enzymes are biological, where they do not occur outside the living organisms forms, they will be like little parasites on living tissue, as, all life is a parasite on water, and, that means that water is a resource for all life, as, it carries oxygen and hydrogen, hydrogen is sort of like carbon in that it gives substance to the oxygen, and, that is because the hydrogen is the lowest common element, as it is the first element with the least change to it - it is like a piece of bread without anything on it, but you can still eat it. As elements carry on getting denser, they become more tasty and get added by the universe as a way of collecting the density of the hydrogen, which has 'a value of one,' and then they fold themselves to become more dense and add more characteristics to the molecule. So, if you were to observe that water is a little bit of dead mass - the hydrogen - with much vibrant oxygen, clinging to it so it doesn't have to react with other things, as the hydrogen is closer to the oxygen than the other elements, they will continue to bubble with the hydrogen, where the life may consume the oxygen safely - pure oxygen is poisonous, yes?

    So, enzymes are also breaking down the proteins - metals, of course. This means that it is like water rusting away, or, should I say, corroding the metals and then supplying the rest of the 'fluid,' or, 'powder,' as the enzymes are biomass, where they will age 'the metals' like proteins and then allow them to 'blend more into the scenery.' This is to say that they will break them down and make the gluons look for more things to bond to, where you could imagine a garden with a few rambling roses, trying to cling to the walls and trees to get more sunshine - Ah, sunshine, what the enzymes make the metals look for!

    What is the 'sunshine' the enzymes make the metals look for? Well, everything with mass is attracted to heat, and, that is because the electromagnetism affects the 'mass.' This is then that the worn down metals will seek to build up and get dense again, like a dried out piece of poop, and, eventually settle once more, until water is applied, or, enzymes.

    ~ If you want to think of enzyme reactions, think of water being added to wine?
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