U.S. Naval Research Laboratory Discovers how to use Seawater as Fuel
U.S. Naval Research Laboratory scientists have made a breakthrough that may lead the U.S. to turning its back on fossil fuels: a way to use seawater as fuel. They have found a way to extract carbon dioxide and hydrogen gas from seawater, which will hopefully begin the decline of the military's dependance on oil. The new fuel is expected to cost in between three to six dollars per gallon. The fuel has already been successfully tested in a model aircraft.
By Jordan Moses
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