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Old August 17th 14, 08:40 PM posted to alt.astronomy
Hägar
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Default Venus has no water.



"Brad Guth" wrote in message
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On Monday, June 9, 2014 4:37:02 PM UTC-7, Double-A wrote:
On Monday, June 9, 2014 7:45:37 AM UTC-7, Jeff-Relf.Me wrote:



Brad, Venus has no water.




If there's life there, it's not like us.






Venus has vast H2SO4 clouds. Haven't you heard of acid loving
plants and animals on Earth that live in caves where the acid level
is high?



Double-A


Not to mention what physics and technology can manage as to easily
extract as much pure water as anyone on Venus could possibly need.


*** We're rapidly running out of water here on Earth ... but fear not,
scientist GuthBall has a plan to extract water from the Venusian
atmosphere. The fact that no human has ever been there nor will
be in the foreseeable future, does not dissuade this half wit Loon.
He sounds just like John "Ketchup" Kerry: "I have a Plan .." and
then promptly falls on his face.

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Old August 17th 14, 09:39 PM posted to alt.astronomy
Brad Guth[_3_]
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Default Venus has no water.

On Sunday, August 17, 2014 12:40:25 PM UTC-7, Hägar wrote:
"Brad Guth" wrote in message

Not to mention what physics and technology can manage as to easily
extract as much pure water as anyone on Venus could possibly need.


*** We're rapidly running out of water here on Earth ... but fear not,

scientist GuthBall has a plan to extract water from the Venusian

atmosphere. The fact that no human has ever been there nor will

be in the foreseeable future, does not dissuade this half wit Loon.

He sounds just like John "Ketchup" Kerry: "I have a Plan .." and

then promptly falls on his face.


What a pathetic joke you ZNR rednecks represent. If anything our planet has way more than its fair share of water, though more polluted and/or dead-zone populated than ever, and seldom in the right place at the right time.

California will need 16 of those floating Russian reactors for making a billion gallons of spendy fresh water per day, but otherwise most of our states are not nearly as screwed up.

Distilling fresh water from those Venus clouds and otherwise easily tapped from geothermal vents, is less than 5th grader physics-101. Obviously your homeschooling never got you that far along.


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Old August 18th 14, 12:32 AM posted to alt.astronomy
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Default Venus has no water.



"Brad Guth" wrote in message
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On Sunday, August 17, 2014 12:40:25 PM UTC-7, Hägar wrote:
"Brad Guth" wrote in message

Not to mention what physics and technology can manage as to easily
extract as much pure water as anyone on Venus could possibly need.


*** We're rapidly running out of water here on Earth ... but fear
not,

scientist GuthBall has a plan to extract water from the Venusian

atmosphere. The fact that no human has ever been there nor will

be in the foreseeable future, does not dissuade this half wit Loon.

He sounds just like John "Ketchup" Kerry: "I have a Plan .." and

then promptly falls on his face.


What a pathetic joke you ZNR rednecks represent. If anything our
planet has way more than its fair share of water, though more polluted
and/or dead-zone populated than ever, and seldom in the right place at
the right time.

California will need 16 of those floating Russian reactors for making
a billion gallons of spendy fresh water per day, but otherwise most of
our states are not nearly as screwed up.

Distilling fresh water from those Venus clouds and otherwise easily
tapped from geothermal vents, is less than 5th grader physics-101.
Obviously your homeschooling never got you that far along.


*** Read my lips, you dumb mother ****er: we are running out
of freshwater. We have oceans full of sal****er, but thus far
the Mook/Guthball Thorium Desalination Plant is woefully behind
schedule and, if the truth were known, it never got off the ground,
because laws of physics interfered with your collective exuberant
imaginations and brainfartery.
And hey, they tried those geothermal vents in California to
drive steam turbines ... the sulfur in the steam corroded the
pipes and turbine blades faster than PG&E, NCPA and a few
other could afford to replace them ... I guess they didn't think
to ask the GuthBall brain trust for the solution.
You pompous asshole.

  #4  
Old August 18th 14, 01:59 AM posted to alt.astronomy
Brad Guth[_3_]
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Default Venus has no water.

On Sunday, August 17, 2014 4:32:50 PM UTC-7, Hägar wrote:
"Brad Guth" wrote in message



What a pathetic joke you ZNR rednecks represent. If anything our

planet has way more than its fair share of water, though more polluted

and/or dead-zone populated than ever, and seldom in the right place at

the right time.



California will need 16 of those floating Russian reactors for making

a billion gallons of spendy fresh water per day, but otherwise most of

our states are not nearly as screwed up.



Distilling fresh water from those Venus clouds and otherwise easily

tapped from geothermal vents, is less than 5th grader physics-101.

Obviously your homeschooling never got you that far along.





*** Read my lips, you dumb mother ****er: we are running out

of freshwater. We have oceans full of sal****er, but thus far

the Mook/Guthball Thorium Desalination Plant is woefully behind

schedule and, if the truth were known, it never got off the ground,

because laws of physics interfered with your collective exuberant

imaginations and brainfartery.

And hey, they tried those geothermal vents in California to

drive steam turbines ... the sulfur in the steam corroded the

pipes and turbine blades faster than PG&E, NCPA and a few

other could afford to replace them ... I guess they didn't think

to ask the GuthBall brain trust for the solution.

You pompous asshole.


Normally the melting seasonal snow pack is what keeps supplying most of our fresh water. Far too many of our snow covered glaciers have vanished, and of those still with us are a fraction of their original size as of a century ago.

As for using geothermal heat; what's with the stupidity of using that obviously acidic steam?

BTW; ceramic turbine blades have been around for decades, and otherwise higher grades of steal alloys seem to work perfectly.
  #5  
Old August 18th 14, 05:22 AM posted to alt.astronomy
Hägar
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Default Venus has no water.



"Brad Guth" wrote in message
...

On Sunday, August 17, 2014 4:32:50 PM UTC-7, Hägar wrote:
"Brad Guth" wrote in message



What a pathetic joke you ZNR rednecks represent. If anything our

planet has way more than its fair share of water, though more
polluted

and/or dead-zone populated than ever, and seldom in the right place
at

the right time.



California will need 16 of those floating Russian reactors for
making

a billion gallons of spendy fresh water per day, but otherwise most
of

our states are not nearly as screwed up.



Distilling fresh water from those Venus clouds and otherwise easily

tapped from geothermal vents, is less than 5th grader physics-101.

Obviously your homeschooling never got you that far along.





*** Read my lips, you dumb mother ****er: we are running out

of freshwater. We have oceans full of sal****er, but thus far

the Mook/Guthball Thorium Desalination Plant is woefully behind

schedule and, if the truth were known, it never got off the ground,

because laws of physics interfered with your collective exuberant

imaginations and brainfartery.

And hey, they tried those geothermal vents in California to

drive steam turbines ... the sulfur in the steam corroded the

pipes and turbine blades faster than PG&E, NCPA and a few

other could afford to replace them ... I guess they didn't think

to ask the GuthBall brain trust for the solution.

You pompous asshole.


Normally the melting seasonal snow pack is what keeps supplying most
of our fresh water. Far too many of our snow covered glaciers have
vanished, and of those still with us are a fraction of their original
size as of a century ago.

As for using geothermal heat; what's with the stupidity of using that
obviously acidic steam?

BTW; ceramic turbine blades have been around for decades, and
otherwise higher grades of steal alloys seem to work perfectly.


*** Sure, they also could have made them of Gold or platinum.
But there is such a little known factor called the payback ratio,
which you Liberal dweebs conveniently overlook. And is why
most of your branfartz are fiscally uneconomical are stink.

  #6  
Old August 18th 14, 05:53 AM posted to alt.astronomy
Brad Guth[_3_]
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Default Venus has no water.

On Sunday, August 17, 2014 9:22:18 PM UTC-7, Hägar wrote:
"Brad Guth" wrote in message

...



On Sunday, August 17, 2014 4:32:50 PM UTC-7, H�gar wrote:

"Brad Guth" wrote in message








What a pathetic joke you ZNR rednecks represent. If anything our




planet has way more than its fair share of water, though more


polluted




and/or dead-zone populated than ever, and seldom in the right place


at




the right time.








California will need 16 of those floating Russian reactors for


making




a billion gallons of spendy fresh water per day, but otherwise most


of




our states are not nearly as screwed up.








Distilling fresh water from those Venus clouds and otherwise easily




tapped from geothermal vents, is less than 5th grader physics-101.




Obviously your homeschooling never got you that far along.












*** Read my lips, you dumb mother ****er: we are running out




of freshwater. We have oceans full of sal****er, but thus far




the Mook/Guthball Thorium Desalination Plant is woefully behind




schedule and, if the truth were known, it never got off the ground,




because laws of physics interfered with your collective exuberant




imaginations and brainfartery.




And hey, they tried those geothermal vents in California to




drive steam turbines ... the sulfur in the steam corroded the




pipes and turbine blades faster than PG&E, NCPA and a few




other could afford to replace them ... I guess they didn't think




to ask the GuthBall brain trust for the solution.




You pompous asshole.




Normally the melting seasonal snow pack is what keeps supplying most

of our fresh water. Far too many of our snow covered glaciers have

vanished, and of those still with us are a fraction of their original

size as of a century ago.



As for using geothermal heat; what's with the stupidity of using that

obviously acidic steam?



BTW; ceramic turbine blades have been around for decades, and

otherwise higher grades of steal alloys seem to work perfectly.





*** Sure, they also could have made them of Gold or platinum.

But there is such a little known factor called the payback ratio,

which you Liberal dweebs conveniently overlook. And is why

most of your branfartz are fiscally uneconomical are stink.


How much all-inclusive take-home pay for the past century has gone out to our American coal miners to date? (here's a clue; it's not very damn much)

Off-world exploitation is all about better jobs and a very bright future, that which you coal mongers as the brown-nosed clowns, minions and FUD-masters of a GE, BP and ExxonMobil mafia energy cartel, have no intentions of ever allowing, just like you'll do whatever it takes in order to prevent any geoengineering that involves our moon, or simply resolves any global issues..


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Old August 18th 14, 02:21 PM posted to alt.astronomy
Brad Guth[_3_]
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Default Venus has no water.

On Sunday, August 17, 2014 9:22:18 PM UTC-7, Hägar wrote:
"Brad Guth" wrote in message

...



On Sunday, August 17, 2014 4:32:50 PM UTC-7, H�gar wrote:

"Brad Guth" wrote in message








What a pathetic joke you ZNR rednecks represent. If anything our




planet has way more than its fair share of water, though more


polluted




and/or dead-zone populated than ever, and seldom in the right place


at




the right time.








California will need 16 of those floating Russian reactors for


making




a billion gallons of spendy fresh water per day, but otherwise most


of




our states are not nearly as screwed up.








Distilling fresh water from those Venus clouds and otherwise easily




tapped from geothermal vents, is less than 5th grader physics-101.




Obviously your homeschooling never got you that far along.






*** Read my lips, you dumb mother ****er: we are running out




of freshwater. We have oceans full of sal****er, but thus far




the Mook/Guthball Thorium Desalination Plant is woefully behind




schedule and, if the truth were known, it never got off the ground,




because laws of physics interfered with your collective exuberant




imaginations and brainfartery.




And hey, they tried those geothermal vents in California to




drive steam turbines ... the sulfur in the steam corroded the




pipes and turbine blades faster than PG&E, NCPA and a few




other could afford to replace them ... I guess they didn't think




to ask the GuthBall brain trust for the solution.




You pompous asshole.




Normally the melting seasonal snow pack is what keeps supplying most

of our fresh water. Far too many of our snow covered glaciers have

vanished, and of those still with us are a fraction of their original

size as of a century ago.



As for using geothermal heat; what's with the stupidity of using that

obviously acidic steam?



BTW; ceramic turbine blades have been around for decades, and

otherwise higher grades of steal alloys seem to work perfectly.



*** Sure, they also could have made them of Gold or platinum.

But there is such a little known factor called the payback ratio,

which you Liberal dweebs conveniently overlook. And is why

most of your branfartz are fiscally uneconomical are stink.


That is so very Jewish and Nazi of you. Perhaps you should have become a rabbi like Saul Levy and his Operation Paperclip friends that you must worship anyway.

BTW; by rights there should be an abundance of gold, platinum and numerous other high-value elements within our moon as well as Venus. Of course China and Russia can always exploit those first, and then those of your silly kid get to process their tailings and spoils for whatever they'd missed.

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Old August 18th 14, 02:38 PM posted to alt.astronomy
Brad Guth[_3_]
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Default Venus has no water.

On Monday, August 18, 2014 6:10:44 AM UTC-7, Dean Markley wrote:


Your chemistry seriously sucks.


What's you best research discovery and its contribution to humanity?
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Old August 18th 14, 04:46 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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Default Venus has no water.

On Monday, August 18, 2014 9:21:42 AM UTC-4, Brad Guth wrote:
On Sunday, August 17, 2014 9:22:18 PM UTC-7, Hägar wrote:

"Brad Guth" wrote in message




...








On Sunday, August 17, 2014 4:32:50 PM UTC-7, H�gar wrote:




"Brad Guth" wrote in message
















What a pathetic joke you ZNR rednecks represent. If anything our








planet has way more than its fair share of water, though more




polluted








and/or dead-zone populated than ever, and seldom in the right place




at








the right time.
















California will need 16 of those floating Russian reactors for




making








a billion gallons of spendy fresh water per day, but otherwise most




of








our states are not nearly as screwed up.
















Distilling fresh water from those Venus clouds and otherwise easily








tapped from geothermal vents, is less than 5th grader physics-101.








Obviously your homeschooling never got you that far along.












*** Read my lips, you dumb mother ****er: we are running out








of freshwater. We have oceans full of sal****er, but thus far








the Mook/Guthball Thorium Desalination Plant is woefully behind








schedule and, if the truth were known, it never got off the ground,








because laws of physics interfered with your collective exuberant








imaginations and brainfartery.








And hey, they tried those geothermal vents in California to








drive steam turbines ... the sulfur in the steam corroded the








pipes and turbine blades faster than PG&E, NCPA and a few








other could afford to replace them ... I guess they didn't think








to ask the GuthBall brain trust for the solution.








You pompous asshole.








Normally the melting seasonal snow pack is what keeps supplying most




of our fresh water. Far too many of our snow covered glaciers have




vanished, and of those still with us are a fraction of their original




size as of a century ago.








As for using geothermal heat; what's with the stupidity of using that




obviously acidic steam?








BTW; ceramic turbine blades have been around for decades, and




otherwise higher grades of steal alloys seem to work perfectly.








*** Sure, they also could have made them of Gold or platinum.




But there is such a little known factor called the payback ratio,




which you Liberal dweebs conveniently overlook. And is why




most of your branfartz are fiscally uneconomical are stink.




That is so very Jewish and Nazi of you. Perhaps you should have become a rabbi like Saul Levy and his Operation Paperclip friends that you must worship anyway.



BTW; by rights there should be an abundance of gold, platinum and numerous other high-value elements within our moon as well as Venus. Of course China and Russia can always exploit those first, and then those of your silly kid get to process their tailings and spoils for whatever they'd missed.


If there is such an abundance on the low-gravity moon, why deal with the extermely hostile and high-gravity Venus?

If you'd stop frequenting the conspiracy sites, you'd realize that private business is gearing up to exploit the moon and asteroids.
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Old August 18th 14, 04:48 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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Default Venus has no water.

On Monday, August 18, 2014 9:38:23 AM UTC-4, Brad Guth wrote:
On Monday, August 18, 2014 6:10:44 AM UTC-7, Dean Markley wrote:





Your chemistry seriously sucks.




What's you best research discovery and its contribution to humanity?


Well now Brad, in the public domain, you can easily do a search and find the patents I have. What you won't see is the confidential work I've done in anti-counterfeiting. If you don;t understand why its confidential, then you need to seriously take some courses and learn something for once.
 




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