Deuterium in the Philippines: The Untold Riches

The world’s largest reserves of deuterium, or heavy water, are to be found in the Philippine trench. I had no idea what deuterium was until a couple of days ago, but thanks to an article in the Cebu Freeman I now have some notion. All our worries are over.

“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 the spacecraft 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 a member of the water family. Emissions are nothing but water vapor or steam. Deuterium as hydrogen fuel can be used for cooking, lighting, heating, and as heavy water fuel for reactors in electric power generation.”

And where is it?

“[It] is obtained from the deep trenches of the world and the world’s largest deposit of deuterium is in the Philippines – a big deposit of 868 miles long, 52 miles at widest point, and 3 miles at deepest point, replenished by nature 24 hours a day after deuterium travels more than 12,000 kilometers from Central America to the Philippines through the span of the Pacific Ocean when planet earth turns on its axis from west to east in unending perpetual motion.”

Wouldn’t it be wonderful if, after all the gloomy forecasts, “this untapped source of energy were to make the Philippines one of the richest countries of the world”?

Sadly, the deuterium dream has been kicking around for a while (there was even a satirical play called “Deuterium” based on what happened when the Philippines became the richest country in the world). The play won a Palanca Award in 1990, but in the intervening years the Philippines has made little progress up the prosperity ladder. Mind you, oil has never been $50 a barrel before…

Source:  Torn and Frayed, August 24, 2004

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5 comments on “Deuterium in the Philippines: The Untold Riches

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  2. deuterium in the philippines if handled irresponsibly by either foreigners or filipinos can be listed as one of the disasters if not the most disastrous element to happen to the Philippines..GOD BLESS AND HELP THE PHILIPPINES AND ITS PEOPLE.

  3. There is a need for retrieving these riches for the future of the world, particularly the Philippines; however, only a true leader of the Republic that will lead the government without corruptions can fulfill these dreams…. in 1949 a signed document by all world leaders was released and making Col. Ferdinand E. Marcos as the implementor for these riches, including the Gold volumes deposit; maps on these deposits were given to him with promise Marcos made to these world leaders that he will be a future president of the Philippines…

    When Col. Marcos was the president, he was able to retrieved 1/8 of these hidden treasures; but his opponent succeeded in dropping him down which causes his death in later years…

    During his term, he build the best bridge in the world, the SAN JUANICO BRIDGE…many buildings; hospitals, schools, etc. His aim was to light-up the nation with electricity, but many of those politicians around ruined his plans and corrupted the public funds.

    People and the media accused him of stealing the peoples’ money! Never in the minds of Marcos and those people who knew his plans that believed what people said of him. Marcos instead help many nations to recover from debts; he allowed the Yugoslavia to borrow the worth of million dollars GOLD CERTIFICATE as back up their money, called the “YD” or Yugoslavian Dinar. This writer had personally witnessed the picture of the DY: infront picture was that of their President and Palace, at the back was picture of Marcos and Malacanang. This is not just a story; but this is a fact and true.

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