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From: Paul (74.36.206.248)
Subject:         Re: NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory Open House
Date: February 27, 2012 at 4:18 pm PST

In Reply to: NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory Open House posted by Mark on February 16, 2012 at 9:17 pm:

OK, so youíre NASA the Genesis of that space
exploration jazz... I do try to keep up with those
new trends in technology, mostly reading technical
journals when the mood strikes. Mostly just a
growing number of theories that contain a bunch of
scientific hot-air are just that (Theories)... Maybe
it's me. However, I seem to recall a number of
products that were the end result of NASA's research
and development efforts over the years...

You dudes put a man on the moon using a concept that
was brand-new then. That spacecrafts computer had no
more computing power then a cheep hand-held
calculator used today... You modern-day geniuses
designed a variety of communication satellites and
engineered the control systemís that keep these
birds flying... My question is simple, what's next
on your evolutionary chart??? Are you going to Mars
next??? On the other hand, are you planning to help
solve some of our technological needs in the realm
of that transportation dilemma jazz many are now
facing...? You dudes are the real geniuses behind a
great deal of those breakthrough technologies that
we enjoy today, and sadly take for granted too. You
possess think tanks tailor-made to solve major
problems.

We now have a major problem that needs to be quickly
solved in the time left to us. This problem deals
directly with an outdated fuel consumption concept,
which is no longer obtainable. I understand a
rocket engine requires a great deal of fuel with its
own built-in oxygen. Obviously, itís most crucial to
mix these highly explosive gases while under full
combustion, this leaving little or no margin for
error. That internal combustion principal may not be
of a critical factor like a rocked engine. However,
it is nevertheless an economic high value factor
which could spell disaster for a great many
Americans... I remember the immortal words of JFK
challenging NASA to put a man on the moon before the
decade ended. Gentlemen, we need another moon shot
and we need it desperately right now.

I've racked my brain trying to single handedly
figure out a satisfactory alternative to that now
skyrocketing combustible fuel. We in the private
sector of experimentation know all about hydrogen,
pure oxygen, liquid methane and propane as a
possible alternative fuel source to gasoline and
diesel fuel. Nevertheless, like all substitute
fuels, the cost is unacceptable. If I was in charge
of a think tank, I would tackle one crucial item and
give it top priority status... Without radically
changing the mechanical physics of our vehicles
propulsion systems, we need to meet those
requirements halfway. In other words, there must be
a way to create a controlled explosion inside each
cylinder wall without any chemical stimuli. In this
way, the existing internal combustion concept can be
saved...

Like Dr. Eric's magic (disease terminating) bullets,
this will require a great deal of research and that
is something I am incapable of doing at this present
time...

Good day!

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