Heartbleed vulnerability. While it is always prudent to change web passwords on occasion, at this time, there should be no need to change any passwords due to the recent security issues that you may have read about.
2014 Scholarship Application season is closed. Announcement of scholarship winners will be made the end of May.
NRL (known inside the Navy as "nuts running loose") has developed (note past tense) a proven catalytic process to manufacture, WHERE AND WHEN REQUIRED, multiple types of fuel FROM SEAWATER!
For the record, it took me a while to get used to reverse osmosis desalination as well, until I took it out of my rucksack and used it on the Appalachian Trail.
The technology is less than 10 years away from deployment.
Enjoy and contemplate.
IVO this evolving capability…….. nuclear power…… Quo Vadis?
Energy Independence: Creating Fuel from Seawater
04/11/2014 06:22 AM CDT
Designer fuel: Scientists at the Naval Research Lab effectively flew a small aircraft using molecularly reconstructed fuel they produced from seawater!
(This news item was provided by CAPT (Ret.) Pete Eltringham, SC, USN)
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