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HELP NEEDED: WHO CAN MAKE BREATHING AIR OUT OF WATER?

 
noosphere
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08/23/2011 01:09 PM
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HELP NEEDED: WHO CAN MAKE BREATHING AIR OUT OF WATER?
The quest is to use an underground water deposit in a cave to make breathing air.

The bottom line here is energy usage, something that can be done with 3000W.

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GeekOfTheWeek

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08/23/2011 01:23 PM
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Re: HELP NEEDED: WHO CAN MAKE BREATHING AIR OUT OF WATER?
I can, it's easy...

Use electrolysis. One side turns to hydrogen, the other side is oxygen.

So then you have fuel for light, and oxygen to breath. Simple...
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08/23/2011 01:33 PM
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08/23/2011 01:34 PM
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Re: HELP NEEDED: WHO CAN MAKE BREATHING AIR OUT OF WATER?
dillio1973

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08/23/2011 01:35 PM
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Re: HELP NEEDED: WHO CAN MAKE BREATHING AIR OUT OF WATER?
what a dumb question....

Do you have a heat source ?
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dillio1973

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08/23/2011 01:41 PM
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Re: HELP NEEDED: WHO CAN MAKE BREATHING AIR OUT OF WATER?
1 watt is 3.41 btu per hour


do the math...
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