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Turing sand into fuel
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: From: Kreg Hines

: Sent: Wednesday, November 18, 2015 6:01 PM

: Subject: Turing sand into fuel - Article link

: Hello Sterling,

: I'm a regular reader of your PESWIKI website and came across this article today that you might be interested in. It isn't about "Oil" sands, but a different energy source entirely. What prompted me to do a search is that I've seen several ads ( investment sponsored type ) on websites this week declaring the "End of Big Oil" with this new process. Naturally they don't divulge nearly enough details, so a quick search landing me on the following link which explains the process in much greater detail without having to listen to 30 minutes of investment gibberish:

: - Turning Sand into fuel - Silicon oil as an energy carrie...Dr Peter Plichta studied chemistry, physics and nuclear chemistry in Cologne, Germany.

: The page appears to have a similar theme as yours and even has a link to PESN.

: The "Flying Saucer" connection is interesting.

: Best regards

: Kreg Hines

-- SilverThunder 02:43, 19 November 2015 (UTC)

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