Thursday, July 23, 2009

Why can't we just make it?

It has been estimated that about twenty percent of the world population does not have access to drinking water.
This has long been a fact with life for many developing countries, In the Western world it's a new serious problem, which leads us to wonder: If we need water so badly, why can't we just make it?

The following chemical reaction has been known to mankind for last 200 years, but until now no one has made it work in a manufacturing solution.
2H2 + O2 = 2H2O + Energy

It seems like a basic chemistry, so why not to smash hydrogen and oxygen together and solve the water crisis in our planet.

To create water, we need hydrogen and oxygen atoms, electrons of each atoms must become linked (orbits), and to do that we must have a sudden burst of energy to get these things to be conjoined. Yes, theoretically, it is possible, but it would be an extremely dangerous process-deadly one, because hydrogen is extremely flammable and oxygen supports combustion.

To create enough drinking water to sustain the population of our planet, a very dangerous and incredibly large scale process would be required. We are still not there, so, let’s put a stop-to the Drop.