Save money and the environment by home brewing your own free natural gasGetting Off Oil, World news Wednesday, November 13th, 2013
What happens when you add brewers yeast to beer barley, wine grapes, soda pop or table scraps? Brewers yeast causes a fermentation reaction which changes the sugar content of beer, wine, pop and food waste to alcohol – a clean burning, home and auto fuel.
Carbohydrates, are commonly referred to as sugars. Yeast is a single-celled fungus that lives naturally on the surface of fruit. It is used every day in brewing and bread-making. You can’t make your favorite beer or wine alcoholic beverage without brewers yeast – it is the most important element. Yeast respires anaerobically (without the use of oxygen) and breaks down glucose (sugar, carbohydrates) and produces carbon dioxide, ethanol (alcohol) and energy. In wine-making the yeast feeds on fruit sugars in the grapes, and in beer-making it feeds on the maltose sugar in germinating barley.
Throughout history, alcohol has been used as a fuel. Ethanol fuel is ethanol (ethyl alcohol), the same type of alcohol found in alcoholic beverages. It is widely used as a motor fuel or as a fuel additive. Ethanol is commonly produced from biological material through fermentation processes.
One major advantage of alcohol fuels is their high octane rating. Much higher than gasoline or diesel. This increases their fuel efficiency resulting in much higher “fuel economy” in terms of distance per volume metrics, such as kilometers per liter, or miles per gallon.
Alcohol fuels are very clean burning fuels. Ethanol is a renewable fuel and can be brewed at home using what you would normally throw to the curb for garbage pick up. Instead of wasting food by throwing it out, collect it and brew your own natural gas in your baby barn, back yard, or garage. We all throw out food waste every day. Start recycling that waste and brew your own natural gas.
How can you brew your own natural gas? Dump your food waste into a large plastic barrel with an air tight lid and each time you dump it add some brewers yeast and refined sugar. Why refined sugar? Refined sugar is unhealthy for human consumption as it is the fuel for cancer, bacteria and pathogens. The cure for cancer is to stop consuming refined sugar. Bacteria, cancer cells and pathogens love refined sugar. It is their essential fuel. So instead of consuming it and prevent cancer, disease and virus infections, use it to feed the brewers yeast and produce free natural gas.
Instead of throwing food waste to the curb for garbage pickup you and everyone else in the World can recycle it and produce your own natural gas and garden fertilizer at home. It doesn’t matter if you live in a city or town. You and everyone else can start making free natural gas using table scraps and mass produced and store bought components. You can use that free fuel to fuel a gas generator (to generate electricity), a barbecue (to cook your favorite barbecue meats), gas stove (to boil water and cook your food), a fireplace (to heat your home) or a lamp (to light your way).
Using brewers yeast made ethanol results in less pollution as it reduces smog forming emissions by as much as 50 percent relative to gasoline. When used in combustion engines (cars and electric generators) alcohols reduces NOx, CO, HC and particulates. Tailpipe emissions of CO2 also decrease due to the lower carbon-to-hydrogen ratio of these alcohols, and the improved engine efficiency. Alcohol fuel also reduces the amount of organic materials presently going to landfills. This food waste reduction saves the environment and waste management costs for every city and town throughout the World.
Free natural gas can also be produced at home using water. The natural gas known as hydrogen can be generated from water – tap water, sea water, drain water, any water. Water (H2O) can easily be split (fissioned) into zero emission hydrogen (H2) natural gas using a simple method called electrolysis.
In electrolysis of water a very small electrical current is passed between two electrodes submerged in water. Electrolysis of water will begin with a minimum of 1.2 volts and will increase in rate as the voltage is increased. Hydrogen gas accumulates at the cathode (negative electrode) and oxygen gas at the anode (positive electrode). Sources of electrical current that can be used in the electrolysis of water – car battery (12 volts), solar panel (5-15 watts), flashlight battery (1.5 volts), cell phone battery (3.7 volts). 12 volts (just 10% or 1/10 the electrical power needed to power the toxic fluorescent lights which requires 120 volts to operate) would produce more than enough hydrogen fuel to power a gas combustion engine like a portable electrical power generator. The hydrogen gas from water can also be used to fuel gas stoves, gas fireplaces, gas barbecues and gas home heating furnaces.
Free natural gas can also be produced at home using your septic tank. The free natural gas fuel called biogas (CH4 – methane) is generated 24/7, 365 days a year and for the rest of your life. The biogas produced is a renewable source of natural gas.
Biogas is a gas produced by the biological breakdown of organic matter in the absence of oxygen. Organic waste such as dead plant and animal material, animal feces, and kitchen waste can be converted into a gaseous fuel called biogas. Biogas originates from biogenic material and is a type of bio fuel.
Biogas is produced by the anaerobic digestion or fermentation of biodegradable materials such as biomass, manure, sewage, municipal waste, green waste, plant material, and crops.
The gases methane, hydrogen, and carbon monoxide (CO) produced is combustible. This energy release allows biogas to be used as a fuel that can be used to heat your home, cook your food and power gas electric generators.
Biogas was used in London to provide fuel for its street lamps. The sewer gas destructor lamps burned the methane from the sewers and provided light. Biogas has been and is being used as a fuel in many countries throughout the World for home heating and cooking. It is also used as a fuel for gas generators to convert the energy in the gas into electricity. Biogas can even be compressed, much like natural gas, and used to power your motor vehicles.
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