Ears - 9/20/2005 11:49 PM
The Covington-Wills Journal of Technology, 2005
There exists today, an all-too-common threat assialing our nation, which has all but been ignored in the mainstream media. Scientists have been aware of this problem for years, but have not been successful in convincing people of the dire nature of this ever-present danger. We have seen it in the Midwest, in Missouri and Illnois, in California and the Carolinas. Even in small towns like Fort Payne, Alabama, this threat has reared its ugly head.
What is this threat? It is the un-checked, unbridled overproduction of Di-hydrogen Oxide. In the middle 90s, overproduction of this chemical cost the US taxpayers millions of dollars in disaster clean-up, and cost hundreds of lives. Property damages in the millions have and still occur in California in the hill country, as well as the Smoky Mountains in the Carolinas. Even now, in the aftermath of Katrina, the results of this irresponsible excess production of Di-hydrogen Oxide is causing massive clean-up costs to an already staggering remediation effort there. Wherever this chemical is produced to excess, disaster seems to follow.
Previous administrations have done nothing to stop it. The present administration has not even seen fit to address this national problem. We, as a nation are faced with a tremendous crisis. If this condition is allowed to continue unchecked, thousands of lives will be at risk, and billions of dollars will be spent in clean-up activities as communities affected directly will be quickly overwhelmed.
All readers are encouraged to study up on the effects of overproducion of this chemical and to evaluate if and where in their communities problems could arise. Write your local government agencies and check if appropriate plans are in existance to protect you, your families, and your fellow citizens. As the Federal Government has shown time and again it will not take action to curb this malady, it is up to the citizens of this nation to take charge of our destiny in this matter.
A direct benefit from our expenditures in the space program:
NASA scientist have been able to synthesize matter than only exists in liquid state. It cannot be frozen, will not vaporize, no sublimation, just liquid (it is suspected that cheap imitations will be easy to spot given these constraints). Completely innocuous, it will have numerous applications in our everyday life. It also is a perfect (universal) solvent.
This product is still being tested in labs of most major university campuses, but the FDA should approve commercialization faily quickly.
Cost will be somewhat prohibitive at first, but the belief is that the usefulness of the product should not prevent it from extraordinarily well adopted right at market launch.
A name has already been decided on (patents, registered trademarks and copyrights are pending), look for it to be commercialized under the name hot water.