Oort Cloud Processor

An alien ship that processes Oort cloud into food. (Read the full article)

"You guys dont even give that much information that I need to reseach a project if your gonna pur information on line please do it right"
(Jenny 5/19/2004 11:17:13 AM )
"Jenny, please tell me what you were hoping to find on this page. It touches on a lot of topics, and I can't get to everything."
(Bill Christensen 5/19/2004 11:17:13 AM )
"What is the purpose of this invention?"
(Kaulani 6/2/2004 8:57:33 PM )
"Presumably, the purpose is to make food. Thus the name "food factory." ;-) I figure that this is one of the easier ideas to make workable. Catch comet or KBO, thaw ice into component gasses like CO2 and ammonia (for plants), as well as liquid water, oxygen and whatever, separate out the poisonous crap like the heavy metals, cyanogen and CO- and save that for something else, then add bacteria and algae to the goop you've got left to process it. You can use the algae, yeast, bacteria or whatever for food directly, or just to break the organic stuff down to mix with pulverized asteroid rock to make enough fertile soil to cover the inside of a spinning cylindrical orbital greenhouse, then grow whatever you want with solar lamps. "
(The Living End 11/19/2004 5:43:59 PM )
"Is this like Cloudy with a chance of meatballs and how would it work Yours in Food MrWomble"
(MrWomble 1/29/2012 10:01:50 PM )

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