The World’s First Osmotic Power Prototype

by Andrew J. Bevan, QHP, DMS Astrol. (c) 2009

 
 
Saltwater Power Plant 
The world's first power plant to generates energy from water was officially opened by Her Royal Highness Crown Princess Mette-Marit at 13.00 hrs CST, 24 Nov 2009 in Tofte, Hurum, Norway, 59N33, 10E34. The technique is fully described on Statkrafts' website, however, the technique is based upon a reaction created from mixing fresh water with saltwater in the sea.
  
   
  
The Moon is Void of Course, just as in the case of the 24 first successful missions of launching rockets into outer space. This pilot project is treading into unexplored territory and unknown ground (water). I see no contradiction.

The prominence of Mars and Saturn is interesting, as the energy is a result of a salt/base reaction. Nat. Mur. (Sodium Chloride) is the Aquarius cellsalt. ref. Jansky.
Mercury in the south of the chart is interesting. Like the brain, this plant is divided into two chambers seperated by a membrane which creates a pressure and is the key to the power generation. I always thought Mercury was a bit salty - I don't know why I am thinking about the nervous system here. The topic offers for some thought and exploration.



Link: Drawing of the energy plant with semipermable membrane
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The topic discussed at Skyscript.co.uk.
 

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