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Old June 17th, 2004 #1
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http://www.guardian.co.uk/life/featu...960689,00.html
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An experimental recycling plant in Philadelphia is turning waste from a nearby turkey factory into gas and oil. It could, in theory, convert any old kind of rubbish into fuel. Jerome Burne reports

Trials at the Philadelphia pilot project have given the engineers a good idea of what different feedstocks would produce. For instance, a 175lb (79kg) man could, theoretically, yield 38lb of oil, 7lb of gas, 7lb of minerals and carbon and 123lb of sterilised water. More practically, 100lb (45kg) of sewage becomes 26lb (11kg) of oil, 9lb of gas, 8lb of minerals and carbon and 57lb of water. Medical waste, generally regard as tricky to dispose of, is particularly valuable - its equivalent yields are 65, 10, 5 and 20.
There's oil in them niggers!
 
Old June 17th, 2004 #2
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Old June 17th, 2004 #3
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I started a less disgusting thread about thermal depolymerisation in the science and technology section.

http://www.vnnforum.com/showthread.p...3274#post73274

However, this would be a good thread for anyone to express the joy the feel that the white man has found an ideal use for the niggers of the earth.
 
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Well the first thing ya know, ole Jed's a millionaire...
 
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Buddy Ebsen was a 'hoofer' before he did the 'Clampetts' !
 
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Buddy Ebsen was a 'hoofer' before he did the 'Clampetts' !
Yep, kind of a white Michael Jackson.
 
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Aye, but Ebsen could really dance, not some monkey like waving arms about stuff, like paedophile Jackson.
 
Old June 18th, 2004 #8
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Maybe we should recycle that old prick JT and his moron fan club
 
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For instance, a 175lb (79kg) man could, theoretically, yield 38lb of oil, 7lb of gas, 7lb of minerals and carbon and 123lb of sterilised water.
That's terrific news! That means I could power my truck on 1 or 2 fat niggermammies a week! Just in time for the winter heating oil rush too.

Fresh water scarce? One extra-large kike hook nose can hydrate an adult white human for a day. Oy vay, get over here Yihoods. I'm feeling a little parched.

The hell with ovens. We need to invest in this technology.
 
Old June 18th, 2004 #10
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http://www.changingworldtech.com/home.html

This is the website for the company that is currently using this technology at their pilot plant in Philadelphia. Their first commercial facility is in progress at Carthage, MO. Here is an illustration of how it works:

This developing commercial facility in Carthage could very well be the tomb for the kikes.
 
Old June 18th, 2004 #11
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The hell with ovens. We need to invest in this technology.
High convective glass (NASA grade) ovens based on the second law of thermodynamics may prove to be more efficient -- however, if the human body can truly be culled for such resources then this is great news. Since it would be a waste of natural resources to do otherwise.

http://www.cchem.berkeley.edu/~chem1...secondlaw.html





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Second Law of Thermodynamics

* introduction
* carnot heat cycle
* the second law of thermodynamics


Introduction to the Second Law of Thermodynamics
The second law is concerned with entropy (S), which is a measure of disorder. The second law says that the entropy of the universe increases. An increase in disorder (overall) is therefore spontaneous. If the volume and energy of a system are constant, then every change to the system increases the entropy. If volume or energy change, then the entropy of the system can actually decrease. However, the entropy of the universe does not decrease. The molecules in one's body exist in great order; this only happens because the entropy of the rest of the universe is increased to a greater amount than the entropy of the body is decreased.

Carnot Heat Cycle
Much knowledge about entropy was developed by Carnot when he studied what is now called the Carnot Heat Cycle. (Interestingly, he was only 24 years old when he formulated the heat cycle.) Carnot studied a heat engine (heat is put into an engine and work is done). In a heat engine, a gas is reversibly heated and then cooled. A model of the cycle is as follows:

State 1 --(isothermal expansion)--> State 2 --(adiabatic expansion)--> State 3 --(isothermal compression)--> State 4 --(adiabatic compression)--> State 1

* State 1 to State 2: Isothermal Expansion
Isothermal expansion occurs at a high temperature, Th. � T = 0 and � E1 = 0. Since � E = q + w, w1 = - q1. For ideal gases, � E is dependent on temperature only.

* State 2 to State 3: Adiabatic Expansion
The gas is colled from the high temperature, Th, to the low temperature, Tc. � E2 = w2 and q2 = 0 (adiabatic).

* State 3 to State 4: Isothermal Compression
This is the reverse of the process between states 1 and 2. The gas is compressed at Tc. � T = 0 and � E3 = 0. w3 = - q3.

* State 4 to State 1: Adiabatic Compression
This is the reverse of the process between states 2 and 3. � E4 = w4 and q4 = 0 (adiabatic).

The processes in the Carnot cycle can be graphed as the pressure vs. the volume. The area enclosed in the curve is then the work for the Carnot cycle because w = - integral (P dV). Since this is a cycle, � E overall equals 0. Therefore, -w = q = q1 + q2 + q3 + q4

Consequences of the Carnot cycle:

* if you decrease Tc, then the quantity -w gets larger in magnitude.
* if -w > 0 then q > 0. the system (heat engine) does work on the surroundings.

A closer look at the processes:

* State 1 to State 2:
w1 = -q1 and � E = 0. w1 = -nRTh ln (V2/V1) and q1 = nRTh ln(V2/V1)

* State 2 to State 3:
q2 = 0 and � E2 = w2 = Cv (Tc - Th). Pex = Pin = nRT/V.

* State 3 to State 4:
w3 = -q3 and � E = 0. w3 = -nRTc ln (V4/V3) and q3 = nRTc ln(V4/V3)

* State 4 to State 1:
q4 = 0 and � E4 = w4 = Cv (Th - Tc). Pex = Pin = nRT/V.

Entropy is defined as q/T. The sum of (q/T) values for each step in the Carnot cycle equals 0. This only happens because for every positive q there is a countering negative q, overall.

The efficiency of a heat engine.
� E = 0 and - w = q(hot) + q(cold).
� S = q(hot)/Th + q(cold)/Tc = 0.

The efficiency is defined as -w/q(hot) = (work output by the system)/(heat input into the system).
also, -w/q(hot) = [q(cold) + q(hot)]/q(hot) = 1 + q(cold)/q(hot).

since q(cold)/q(hot) = - Tc/Th, the efficiency equals 1 - Tc/Th.

As a consequence, to attain maximum efficiency the Tc would have to be as cold as possible. For 100% efficiency the Tc would have to equal 0 K. This is practically impossible, so the efficiency is always less than 1 (less than 100%).
The Second Law of Thermodynamics

* dS = dq(rev)/T
* � S = integral [dq(rev)/T]
* � S = q(rev)/T, at constant T

The laws of thermodynamics were determined empirically (by experiment). They are generalizations of repeated scientific experiments. The second law is a generalization of experiments dealing with entropy--it is that the � S of the system plus the � S of the surroundings is equal to or greater then 0. Entropy is not conserved, like energy.

� S (sys) + � S (sur) 0
� S (universe) 0

In implication of the second law is that in order for a reaction (or change in state) to occur spontaneously the entropy of the universe must increase or equal 0.

A Microscopic Interpretation of � S:
If you arrange two identical blue balls, the order of the arrangement is equal (B1 B2 = B2 B1). If you have one blue ball and one red ball, then the arrangement can matter (B R is not equal to R B). This example demostrates the simplest example of microstate--the way of arranging and distributing molecules.

* Example 1: water
S (ice) < S (water) < S (gas)
Ice is a solid crystal. There are fewer ways it can be arranged than water. Gas can be arranged more ways than liquid.

* Example 2: carbon
S (graphite) > S (diamond)
Graphite exists as sheets of carbon atoms, and diamond is in the form of a crystal lattice. Since graphite is in sheets, it has a greater freedom of movement. (All forms of movement--vibration, translation, rotation, etc.--contribute to entropy.)

* Example 3: increase of temperature
As temperature increases, the entropy of a system also increases. When temperature is increased, the molecules have more thermal energy. As a result, the molecules have greater freedom of movement and move/vibrate/rotate faster. An increase of temperature, therefore, also can lead to an increase in the number of microstates. S is also proportional to the number of microstates.

Entropy calculation at the microscopic level
Given a mixed crystal of n(A) moles of A and n(B) moles of B, what is the entropy of the crystal?

S = k ln , where is the number of microstates and k is Boltzmann's constant

= [n(A) + n(B)] ! /[n(A)! n(B)!]

In calculating , one can use the approximation that ln N! = n ln(n) - n for n >>> 10^10.
Therefore,

* S = k ln
* S = k ln [n(A) + n(B)] ! /[n(A)! n(B)!]
* S = k ln[n(A) + n(B)] - k ln[n(A) !] - k ln[n(B) !]
* S = k N [X(a) ln X(A) + X(B) ln X(B)]

where N = n(A) + n(B), X(A) = n(A)/N, and X(B) = n(B)/N


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Old June 18th, 2004 #12
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While it hasn't officially been tested on human offal, it has been proven effective when using turkey offal/grease.

http://www.changingworldtech.com/pdf...egas3_3_04.pdf

Read here to see how this process works with any kind of animal waste.

http://www.changingworldtech.com/pdf...onf2_11_04.pdf

Changing World Technologies even won the 2003 Innovative Business Award from the Phildelphia Chamber Of Commerce.

http://www.changingworldtech.com/newsfr.htm
 
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While it hasn't officially been tested on human offal, it has been proven effective when using turkey offal/grease.

http://www.changingworldtech.com/pdf...egas3_3_04.pdf

Read here to see how this process works with any kind of animal waste.

http://www.changingworldtech.com/pdf...onf2_11_04.pdf

Changing World Technologies even won the 2003 Innovative Business Award from the Phildelphia Chamber Of Commerce.

http://www.changingworldtech.com/newsfr.htm


Well think about this: Nuremberg II -- Your on trial and you left behind alot of slurry and only exterminated X and Y number of rats and monkeys due to materialistic greed, environmental harmony longing and modern idealism.

You left behind alot of evidence in the form of DNA due to slurry and fuel blocks.

Where with my solution there would be little to no residue and barely any evidence. Plus alot more rats and monkeys would have been exterminated in the same amount of time.

Which situation would you rather be in ?


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Exclamation Not the most efficient means of extermination.

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While it hasn't officially been tested on human offal, it has been proven effective when using turkey offal/grease.

http://www.changingworldtech.com/pdf...egas3_3_04.pdf

Read here to see how this process works with any kind of animal waste.

http://www.changingworldtech.com/pdf...onf2_11_04.pdf

Changing World Technologies even won the 2003 Innovative Business Award from the Phildelphia Chamber Of Commerce.

http://www.changingworldtech.com/newsfr.htm

From the first pdf file :

My split second recap/rendition from what I gleamed from one section :

Energy efficiency is not the main goal but rather economic efficiency. Water is used as steam in the whole prcocess without nuclear rods like that used in a modern nuclear submarine. engine. The process conditions are modest by industry standards however the process is environmentally clean.

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Oil made from jews promises to be plenty slippery.
 
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Well think about this: Nuremberg II -- Your on trial and you left behind alot of slurry and only exterminated X and Y number of rats and monkeys due to materialistic greed, environmental harmony longing and modern idealism.

You left behind alot of evidence in the form of DNA due to slurry and fuel blocks.

Where with my solution there would be little to no residue and barely any evidence. Plus alot more rats and monkeys would have been exterminated in the same amount of time.

Which situation would you rather be in ?


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In any "Nuremburg II", those charging you with crimes wouldn't need any evidence, they could fabricate whatever they needed.

As far as getting rid of more of them faster, you would still have to round them up and pen them somewhere, and by the time we got that far the hardest part would be over. The world's resources are finite, and oil will become scarcer and scarcer as population increases. If resources on the planet were infinite, we really wouldn't have to struggle to survive at all.

I don't think leaving DNA evidence in the TDP processing unit would be a problem, nor would penning the muds until their time to be converted to oil and water would come to pass.

Your solution would be expend a lot of energy, energy which we may not have to spare when the time comes, ultimately.

My solution isn't based on materialistic greed, environmental harmony, or modern idealism, but rather is based on pragmatic use of precious resources.

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Those resources need not be kept alive until rendering. Surely an easy storage method will present itself.
 
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In any "Nuremburg II", those charging you with crimes wouldn't need any evidence, they could fabricate whatever they needed.

As far as getting rid of more of them faster, you would still have to round them up and pen them somewhere, and by the time we got that far the hardest part would be over. The world's resources are finite, and oil will become scarcer and scarcer as population increases. If resources on the planet were infinite, we really wouldn't have to struggle to survive at all.

I don't think leaving DNA evidence in the TDP processing unit would be a problem, nor would penning the muds until their time to be converted to oil and water would come to pass.

Your solution would be expend a lot of energy, energy which we may not have to spare when the time comes, ultimately.

My solution isn't based on materialistic greed, environmental harmony, or modern idealism, but rather is based on pragmatic use of precious resources.
Well for the low IQ muds the existing system is fine but for the rats :

The whole thing would have to be redisigned with a experimental Quasiturbine Photo-Detonation Engine before I would even think about it.


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The whole thing would have to be redisigned with a Quasiturbine Photo-Detonation Engine before I would even think about it.


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How would that help? CWT is the first company to ever change organic matter into oil, and already you have some ideas on how to improve on their technological breakthrough!
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Well, we'll know where the rats will be hiding: "Fortress Americas!"
 
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How would that help? CWT is the first company to ever change organic matter into oil, and already you have some ideas on how to improve on their technological breakthrough!
Well yeah the thing works on steam and very modestly at that. When you are dealing with rats you would need at least a nuclear submarine steam engine type design and at optimum a Quasiturbine Photo-Detonation Engine. The Latter is environmentally clean no pollution and the former (nuclear engine) obviously is not.

http://qtusa.promci.qc.ca/qtadvantage.htm

http://www.quasiturbine.com/Presse/M...orresp0210.PDF

The current system is not meant to deal efficiently with the worst and oldest plague mankind has ever known.

Plus, I expect people in the movement to be elite and not settle for the banal. To do the impossible like the Third Reich through occult magical superscience.



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Well, we'll know where the rats will be hiding: "Fortress Americas!"

MO is not the ideal place. I think we should temporarily seize the Yukon from Canada.

This is a joke:






That is like the MacDonald's fastfood ghetto of the illuminati.


Where someone like me would go would be to the point of extravagance and class way above that.

You should see the real illuminati centers.

Those Jews are in the "ghetto".




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