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Old 03-23-2008, 05:50 PM
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Originally Posted by Berengarius7 View Post
Yeah, but then we'll use up all the salt water and the oceans will go dry and the fishies will all dry up and the seals will starve and then the polar bears will attack people for food and then the people will riot and the weather will go all wonky and the forests will shrivel and everything will die and then they'll be nobody left to need fuel. It was a neat idea though.
Not necessarilly. If the earth can recycle it's water, so can we. We already do to an extent, so why not team up with sewage treatment plants to clean waste and return it to water before adding salt? That way, maybe the ocean would be only a last resource for fuel.
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