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News Release 36
Discussion with U.S. Congresswoman Judy Biggert
September 20, 2006

On September 18, 2006, Mr. Hansen visited with U.S. Congresswoman Judy Biggert who serves on the U.S. House Committee on Science and is Subcommittee Chairperson for “Energy” and “Environment Technology and Standards.”

United States could achieve Energy Independence in fifteen years. 200 kilograms of antimatter fuel could replace 1 billion tons of coal, 4 billion barrels of oil (11 million barrels/day), and 6 trillion cubic feet of natural gas. Carbon dioxide and methane levels could be reduced by 3.8 billion tons/year or over 50%. The fossil fuels could be used for making products to bring every county into the twenty-first century rather than burning them and destroying Earth’s environment.

To implement, the old fossil electrical power plants with an average 30% efficiency could be replaced with Mirror Power Plants that are three times more efficient. Off-peak power could produce hydrogen for motor vehicles and oxygen for commercial applications. The utility companies could supply hydrogen to service stations by adding hydrogen service pumps for hydrogen automobiles.

 

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