You persist in pretending that the product of algal energy creation is "1/5 the energy density of gasoline," which I've already PROVEN to be a LIE. When are you going to apologize for that?<quoted text>The proper measurement of Energy Density is Joules per kilogram. Not the BTU. This is where physics comes in.
For example, I shall list the energy densities of common fuels used for vehicular propulsion:
Methane 55 MJ/Kg
Aviation Fuel 50 MJ/Kg
Gas 44 MJ/Kg
Natural Gas 38 MJ/Kg
Butane 27 MJ/Kg
and our envirnmental hero Ethanol 26.8 MJ/Kg
What is surprising is the lack of pushing Hydrogen with an energy desity of 142 MJ/Kg!! Over 2-1/2 times that of gasoline.
Anything added to gas with a lower energy density dilutes it and thus reduces its efficiency.(This may be too complicated for professor to understand, however.)
My 12 year old son won a Physics award in the regional Science Fair last year based on this information while showing off his simple water fuel cell. There were judges from NASA present and were highly impressed and thus the award.
I know he can't hold a candle to professor since the professor claims to be the brightest bulb ever created. We can only hope...
Your story about "confounding a roomful of scientists" is an OBVIOUS lie, when are you going to apologize for that?
Your kid made a fuel cell....that's great. He's obviously smarter than you, which is progress.
Isn't it about time YOU progressed towards becoming an honest man, though?:)