Can We Take an Old Skimmer Aircraft and Fly It On Free H2 Fuel?

Perhaps you are unaware but where the ocean meets the air there is a transition area, a very thin layer of atmosphere where the molecules are breaking apart from H2O, into oxygen and hydrogen. At that point there is three times as much H2 as there is in the normal atmosphere. I'm not sure if you are aware, but H2 makes a very good fuel, it is clean burning, yes it is, and there is a lot of energy packed in that molecule. This fuel can be used to run cars, trucks, aircraft, boats, ships, submarines, and even a power-up a motorized big wheel if that floats your boat.

Now then, I would submit to you since that H2 is floating on a very thin layer right above the ocean surface that perhaps we can collect it for free, and use it to power up a ship, hydrofoil, floatplane, submarine, jet ski, or other similar transitional watercraft/aircraft like seaplanes. Now then, since this layer is so small, and since the water is quite choppy, the point of collection constantly varies. In other words the waves go up and down, along with this very thin boundary layer, at times it's just a jumbled mess, seemingly unpredictable, but always constant. Of course, that doesn't mean he H2 isn't there, it most certainly is, and we need it.

Therefore, maybe we need to consider ways to collect it, trap it, use it, or in some way allow it as a bonus to propel man-made devices. Okay so, the other day I was considering this and wondering how I might go about collecting it. Of course I went online to look at various designs of hydrofoils, seaplanes, and wave skimming vehicles. I also noted many watercraft, sports toys, and other rather unique man-made devices. Indeed, I am now convinced that this is a potential eventuality, and I'm surprised no one else has either thought of it or done it.

In fact, it seems so obvious, I'm sure someone has tried, and perhaps, they have failed, and did not write down and provide for the world all that they had learned in the process of their failures. Nevertheless I would submit to you that this is doable, and research should continue along this line. Okay so, I have a recommendation; we might start by using Elbert "Bake" Baker's "Wave Skimmer" design as it appears to be more than well thought out.

We ought to be able to trap the H2 under the flow plane's fuselage, and wingtips and draw that H2 into pressurized tanks to run the engines or turbines attached to the fuselage. We should be able to discharge the water vapor, and also use the oxygen in the combustion process. And although I don't have any drawings, schematics, or designs as of yet to utilize this H2, I am summarily convinced it is feasible. Indeed I hope you will please consider this. If you have any comments, concerns, questions, or other designs along this area of scientific inquiry, then please shoot me an e-mail.

Lance Winslow is a retired Founder of a Nationwide Franchise Chain, and now runs the Online Think Tank. Lance Winslow believes writing 24,500 articles by August 24th or 25th will be difficult because all the letters on his keyboard are now worn off now..

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