irresponsible, if a poison-substances (heavy metals, dioxins,
dibenzofurans, halogenated hydrocarbons) including garbage is
lodged anywhere into the soil, where the poisons are washed out
by the rain and can so arrive at the ground water! This
poverty-testimony of our century could only result from the
deficient communication between science and politics.
One could not
demand that politicians at the same time are also scientists,
but the deficient communication led to the unbelievable dilemma,
whose result culminated in this wise, that one turned the
problems simple under the carpet.
Now, how could
solve one the garbage-problem? The answer is relative simple:
What isn't able to be recycled should be burned completely.
Another expression for combustion is oxidation. Complete
oxidation signifies, that the above called environment-poisons
get completely rendered harmless. For a complete oxidation one
requires sufficient oxygen and a high-temperature-resistant
stove (1250 degrees Celsius) built of high-grade-steel or
However, it is
not enough to carry only air to, because air consists of 4/5
nitrogen and only 1/5 oxygen. To oxidize the problem- substances
one must enclose in addition extra pure oxygen to the
combustion-air. Thereby disintegrate all hydrocarbons, dioxins
and dibenzofurans into water, carbondioxyde and hydrochloric
acid, which gets later neutralized. The heavy- metals are
transposed into heavy- metal- oxides, which are water- insoluble
and can so no longer poison the ground-water.
do we take from the oxygen, how does it get to be won? Here
offers itself the Linde-procedure: air becomes liquefied, and
the oxygen is detached by fractionated distillation. At this
combustion originates increased heat, which becomes used for the
long-distance-heating the liquid nitrogen serves as a negative
energy-bearer for the compensation of the peak-current-demand:
thereby becomes the liquid nitrogen heated in with free
available air charged heat-exchanger, made of siliciumnitride, by which the nitrogen
expands and propels a gas-turbine for the current-production. So
we have then developed the method, which represents for our
current-industry a long searched solution. We need then fewer
caloric-power-stations, because we receive the current by means
of the nitrogen-gas-turbine.