Using an Explosive Substance to Generate Electricity

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It is this Writers Opinion and Belief that a crisis faces all of the Industrialized Societies in the field of Energy Production. The massive increase in the population around the world and the attendant need for electricity is placing a strain on the Worlds supply of fossil fuels. The book being presented here proposes a new way of generating Electricity using and explosive substance as a source of generating electricity.A Patent has been approved by the US Patent Agency for such an Invention and a copy is included in this book.
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This Writer graduated in the top 10 percent in the Engineering Class of a Major California State University in 1963/1964. At that time This Writer was a member in good standing in the University Engineering Honor Society Beta Pi and a member of the National Engineering Society Tau Beta Pi. Later this writer was a Registered Professional Engineer in Traffic Engineering in the State of California. Also this Writer was employed as a Structural Engineer by the Space and System Engineering System of North American Aviation on the Apollo Project for three years. On that Project Thermal and Structural Analysis was performed on the Outer Shell of all the Various Command Modules, even the manned Command Modules that Orbited the moon.

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AuthorHouse
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Published on
Nov 12, 2012
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Pages
88
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ISBN
9781477286920
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English
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Computers / General
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This content is DRM protected.
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It happened after the Enemy had been driven off the Island of Guadalcanal and had retired to the Island of New Georgia to make a desperate stand. But the United States Military Forces were not to be denied the Fruits of Final Victory.

Fierce nocturnal Fights erupted at Night in the Sea around the Island of New Georgia. And it was on one of these terrible nights in a God Forsaken stretch of Water the Natives called Kula Gulf that the Helena's charmed life came to an end.

The first Torpedo tore off her bow; two more torpedoes broke her hull in two pieces and put her on the bottom.

About 176 men perished in the sinking. Another 760 were cast into the sea. Two destroyer picked up about 500 of them and fled the scene to be out of reach of the Japanese dive bombers before dawn began to light up the eastern sky.

This book is about the rescue of the remaining crew members who remained in the dark murky waters of Kula Gulf. These unfortunate men had no assurance that they would ever be rescued. Many of them spent what seemed to be endless hours tortured by thirst; plagued by the pain of burns and other injuries that exposed raw flesh to the Salt Water. It was a hellish situation if there ever was one. From time to time another and another gave up the fight to survive and sank below the sea to rise no more.

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