TED Lesson.. How to save the Planet..suppressed CO2-free fuel exists now, cheaper and safer.

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You can now view the first TED LESSON on the Am Veh CO2-Free car here:

see TED lesson here http://ed.ted.com/on/zahZVhlR

Let’s Begin…

A CO2-Free fuel for combustion engines already exists and is cheaper and safer than petroleum products. Ammonia is CO2 FREE (you burn the hydrogen in it) and could save the planet from Climate Change. It’s easily made from CO2-free renewables and new SSAS tech could halve production costs. Let’s demand this technology and STOP fossil fuel subsidies NOW. 

see TED lesson here http://ed.ted.com/on/zahZVhlR

more on the AM-VEH Car here:  https://thefreeonline.wordpress.com/2014/04/04/korean-ammonia-nh3-car-to-slash-co2-and-toxic-air-2/

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Ammonia fuel.. CO2 and pollution FREE.. Wikipedia

Ammonia was used during World War II to power buses in Belgium, and in engine and solar energy applications prior to 1900. Liquid ammonia also fuelled the Reaction Motors XLR99 rocket engine, that powered the X-15 hypersonic research aircraft. Although not as powerful as other fuels, it left no soot in the reusable rocket engine and its density approximately matches the density of the oxidizer, liquid oxygen, which simplified the aircraft’s design.

The X-15 aircraft used ammonia as one component fuel of its rocket engine

Ammonia has been proposed as a practical alternative to fossil fuel for internal combustion engines.[49] The calorific value of ammonia is 22.5 MJ/kg (9690 BTU/lb), which is about half that of diesel. In a normal engine, in which the water vapour is not condensed, the calorific value of ammonia will be about 21% less than this figure. It can be used in existing engines with only minor modifications to carburettors/injectors. Continue reading

Ammonia FAQs: fossil fools use fossil fuels!

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Nature's Hydrogen TankQ: What is ammonia?

A: Ammonia is simply Hydrogen and Nitrogen (NH3). Notice there is no carbon (C) in “NH3”. That means when you burn ammonia, it cannot release carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, or other greenhouse pollutants. Continue reading