Killing the home of mankind for fuels to sell

Free fuel is just lying on the surface of the Earth everywhere . . . 

There are more than 326 million trillion gallons of water on Earth. Less than three percent of all this water is freshwater and of that amount, more than two-thirds is locked up in ice caps and glaciers.

However, using water to make Hydrogen - when burned - simply turns BACK to water again and returns to Earth as "rain" - unless it is powering a Rocket Engine that leaves the atmosphere.

Instead mankind is drilling deep in the Earth to extract petroleum, a hydrocarbon substance used as fuel to make gasoline, diesel and most notably "plastics"   

In the process voids are left behind that cause, Earthquakes, Sink-holes and even even underground catastrophes like mine fires that cannot be extinguished making the ground above uninhabitable from the toxic fumes and dangerous ground it leaves behind.

The Centralia mine fire is a coal seam fire that has been burning underneath the borough of Centralia, Pennsylvania, United States, since at least May 27, 1962. The fire is suspected to be from deliberate burning of trash in a former strip mine, igniting a coal seam. ... The fire caused most of the town to be abandoned.  Now, 56 years later, it's still burning -- and some estimates say it may burn for 250 years. ... But the Centralia fire really isn't unusual and underground mine fires are common around the world.  See

Mankind is certainly a stupid bunch isn't it ??

.We often hear from the news media that there is not enough fresh, potable drinking water for all people on Earth, and that the number of people on Earth is increasing rapidly. So it might appear that our planet may one day run out of water. Fortunately, that is not the case.  What is the case is that water does go through a "polluted phase" from mankind using it - and way to actually clean even the worst pollution is to make Hydrogen from it and then burn the Hydrogen - which leaves clean water vapor known commonly as "stream" to rise - form a "cloud" and eventually drop back to earth as clean drinkable water.

And human beings are all PAYING for the honor to be a part of destroying where the they live . . . fuel prices are through the roof compared to when - lets say automobiles were first invented just little over 150 years ago   If we had to give credit to one inventor, it would probably be Karl Benz from Germany. Many suggest that he created the first true automobile in 1885/1886.

Now a technique of hydraulic fracturing is used to increase or restore the rate at which fluids, such as oil, gas or water, can be produced from a reservoir, including unconventional reservoirs such as shale rock or coal beds.  the most obvious and proven side effect is it contaminates ground water needed for human consumption into water that kills and will burn.  

Oh the absolute genius of mankind . . . 

Environmental concerns regarding hydraulic fracturing techniques include potential for contamination of aquifers with fracturing chemicals or waste fluids. On the other hand, hydraulic fracturing is applied to remediation of environmental waste spills.   

And it causes Earthquakes - in place they never were like the central United States   Fracturing requires drillers to pump large amounts of water mixed with sand and chemicals into the shale formation under high pressure to depths 8,000 feet or greater or even wells less than 1,000 feet, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

See this article on fracking

Hydrogen can only and always be used safely by the consumer when made on the fly by them and used at low pressures in direct use fuel injection systems and home fuel apparatii like stoves, furnaces and hot water heaters - just like it used in millions of schools and labs around the world in Chemistry type labs as fuel for Bunsen burners where it is almost always made on site by a hydrogen generator from the water supply of the building . . . so go figure.

So as said and so stupid mankind is and  . . . we will stop there and let you think about that.