Panoorin: Pilipinas ang pinakamayamang bansa sa buong mundo!



The world knows that the Philippines is blessed with its natural resources and for housing one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature - the Underground River in Puerto Prinsesa, Palawan.

Aside from the millions of metric tons of gold, diamond, platinum, precious jewelry and other mineral reserves, the Philippine Sea contains the biggest palladium deposits in the world.

It has also been proven that Spratlys Islands in the West Philippine Sea or the South China Sea is rich with oil deposits and natural gas. According to some research, the said oil reserves are estimated at about 7.5 billion barrels and oil production in the region is currently over 1.3 million barrels per day. This caused the territorial dispute between China and the Philippines, and other neighboring countries including, Taiwan, Vietnam, Brunei, and Malaysia.

"Philippines can be the richest country in the world, due to its vast deuterium and oil fields including its mineral resources.”

In March 1986, an "unknown" proponent who was believed to be Cesar Escosa of the E.S.COSA COMPANY, led a project in Surigao to explore and mine "Deuterium" — one of the two stable isotopes of hydrogen, also known as heavy hydrogen. In his proposal called "Deuterium In The Philippines may Generate $30B Per Year Income" that was released internationally, the proponent explained why Deuterium could make Philippines the richest country in the world.

USES OF DEUTERIUM

Deuterium is used in the production of (Hydrogen) Li-Hy Fuel now used in Canada, America, Germany, and some parts of Sweden to provide fuel for cars, trucks, jet planes, etc. including solid Hydrogen for Spacecrafts Challenger and Columbia . Deuterium can replace gasoline, LPG, LNG, Avgas, etc. in powering all types of internal combustion engines. It does not emit pollutants or any harmful carbon monoxide and does not cause any environmental problems because it is in the water family as emissions are nothing but watervapor or steam. Deuterium as Hydrogen Fuel can be used for cooking, lighting, heating, and as Heavy Water fuel for Reactors in electric power generation.

Why does Deuterium electrolyze out of water in the form ofHydrogen Gas? It electrolyzes out of water in the form of Hydrogen gas because Deuterium is CONCENTRATED HYDROGEN with element symbol, H2 (Hydrogen mass of 2 as distinguished from H2O in Water) subjected to the pressure of water mass atthe ocean floor of about 10,000 psi or more because Deuterium obtained from depths of more than 7,000 meters below sea level and at more than 10,000 psi pressure causes the oxygen in water to disengage, separate and escape naturally from hydrogen leaving only Hydrogen isotopes to combine with other Hydrogen isotopes in forming Deuterium under pressure. And Deuterium under pressure,when exposed to room temperature or atmospheric condition, forms or electrolyzes naturally into Hydrogen Gas, in the same manner that LPG (Liquefied Petroleum Gas) and LNG (Liquefied Natural Gas) in LIQUID state transform into gas after fusion process with air in the atmosphere the momentLPG or LNG tank valves are turned on or opened. By taking out impurities from Deuterium, Li-Hy Fuel is produced by special simple process at very, very low cost known to this proponent and his associates. Cheap Hydrogen will reactivate all idled Hydrogen Based Industries internationally affected by high petroleum costs, and this will boost food, chemical, and metal industries worldwide.

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