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Snake_Baker

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The Unicornia Reactants
sh*t That is big. How long do you think it will take for it to get off the ground and take over the current method? Hopefully it’s not one of those breakthroughs that are better for the planet but costs more to use so companies just stick to making more money anyway
Hey, now we're talking about politics & business mate. Price wise it looks much cheaper and what's more it can be micro plant size.

The important thing is that it's there.

There's also another very important aspect to this........a Haber-Bosch process plant can occasionallly get..........a little volatile.


 

Snake_Baker

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How long do you think it will take for it to get off the ground and take over the current method? Hopefully it’s not one of those breakthroughs that are better for the planet but costs more to use so companies just stick to making more money anyway
It still needs some fine tuning, but it's basically a big solar powered battery with some piping and storage tanks.

The inputs are water & air, the output is ammonia, which can be made in to all sorts of stuff.

During the day it produces ammonia, nitrogen and hydrogen (via solar power), then at night it converts the stored nitrogen and hydrogen in to more ammonia.

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andana

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VARESE, Italy: He doesn't wear a mask but he is helping save lives from coronavirus just the same. Meet Tommy, the robot nurse.

Tommy is one of six new robots helping flesh-and-blood doctors and nurses care for coronavirus patients at the Circolo Hospital in Varese, a city in the northern Lombardy region that is the epicentre of the outbreak in Italy.

"It's like having another nurse without problems related to infection," said Doctor Francesco Dentali, director of intensive care at the hospital.

The child-size robots with large blinking eyes are wheeled into rrooms and left by a patient's bedside so doctors can look after others who are in more serious conditions.
 

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