49086Re: Graphene filter
- Mar 22, 2013A beautiful response...
And it doesn't include the energy needed to catalyze the water/wash. That ain't free either.
I'll wager that the amount of CO2 produced (by the average home distiller's ferment) could only create enough methane to give a brief puff of flame, hardly enough to heat a cup of tea (assuming it was already warm). If your ferment was producing enough CO2 to convert into enough methane to boil 8 gallons of wash, you'd probably have suffocated by now.
--- In Distillers@yahoogroups.com, "tgfoitwoods" <zymurgybob@...> wrote:
> So you can do exactly what you propose, and it seems that Eddie's
> platinum-catalyzed process is one way to do that, but the most important
> thing you need to know is that you need to put exactly the same amount
> of energy into CO2 and H2O to get methane and water, as you get from
> burning that methane. That's the TANSTAAFL principle, "There Ain't No
> Such Thing As A Free Lunch, sometimes called the law of conservation of
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