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i'm just wondering if this can be applied to jet turbie engines. If the air mass is thick enough at the plasma field you could turn it into fuel just in front of the combustion chamber. that is asuming it doesn't blow it out. If it could be done the possiblities for power generation would be endless. (fuelless aircraft anyone)

insaneupsdriver

i'm just wondering if this can be applied to jet turbie engines. If the air mass is thick enough at the plasma field you could turn it into fuel just in front of the combustion chamber. that is asuming it doesn't blow it out. If it could be done the possiblities for power generation would be endless. (fuelless aircraft anyone)

sildenafil

A large grouping in my opinion, very different styles between Sammy and David Lee but for both there was a great moment all this and supporting Halen made magic among the musicians of the moment, hopefully and we again gathered to see this band.

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