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Free natural gas supply you can produce at home.

Millions of people around the World can generate free natural gas in their own back yard and fuel their home’s gas cooking stove, gas furnace, gas fireplace, gas electrical power generator, or other gas fueled appliances using their existing septic tank or an easily built natural gas plant.  The free natural gas fuel called biogas is generated 24/7 and 365 days a year.  Countries like Uganda, Pakistan and India are already tapping into this free natural gas supply.

The above video was filmed in Uganda, Africa.   The construction video shows us just how easy it is to build your own backyard natural gas plant.  Daily gas production capacity of the above constructed digester is 2.6 cubic meters (time stamp 3:23).  That is equivalent to 2600 liters or 16.4  barrels of oil or 687 US liquid gallons.  For comparison an empty 20 lb barbecue propane tank will hold about 4.7 gallons of propane. The natural gas generated is called biogas and it can be used to heat your home, cook your food and power gas electric generators.

In the US and Canada you can use your existing prefab concrete or plastic septic tank and produce your own free supply of natural gas and fuel your home 24/7 and 365 days a year.  Just bury a sealed plastic drum, barrel or tank on top of the septic tank and run a plastic tube (mass produced flexible plumbing tubing) from the top of your septic tank to the buried sealed plastic drum, barrel or tank. Run a pipe from the top of the collector to just above ground height. Attach a gas regulator value (like the ones used for barbecues) to the top of pipe to control the gas flow. Fill in with dirt and let mother nature generate a lifetime supply of free ecofriendly natural gas.

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Free natural gas is also available for people living near water. The natural gas known as hydrogen can be generated from water – tap water, sea water, drain water, any water. Water (H2O) can easily be split (fissioned) into zero emission hydrogen gas using a simple method called electrolysis. In electrolysis of water a very small electrical current (electrolysis of water will begin around a minimum of 1.2 volts and will increase in rate as the voltage is increased) is passed between two electrodes submerged in water. Hydrogen gas accumulates at the cathode (negative electrode) and oxygen gas at the anode (positive electrode). Sources of electrical current that can be used in the electrolysis of water – car battery (12 volts), solar panel (5-15 watts), flashlight battery (1.5 volts), cell phone battery (3.7 volts). The hydrogen gas from water can be used to fuel gas stoves, gas fireplaces, gas generators, barbecues and gas home heating furnaces.

The World has been using free unmetered biogas for over 200 years. In the days before electricity, biogas was drawn from the underground sewer pipes in London and burned in street lamps called “gaslights.” Today, in many parts of the world, biogas is used to heat and light homes, to cook, and even to fuel buses. Biogas is already being collected from large scale sources such as landfills, livestock barns, and through small domestic or community systems in many villages – like in Uganda, Pakistan, India, and in Afghanistan.

Yes, even in US occupied Afghanistan this free renewable natural gas fuel is being utilized. Overseen by the US Army. I guess the proverb “if you can’t beat them, join them” is the order of the day.

It is ironic that the US Army would be involved in building projects that taps into this free and infinite supply of renewable natural gas fuel. The US government’s war against Afghanistan was to remove the Taliban in order for the US to build and control the Trans-Afghanistan Pipeline (TAP or TAPI), a natural gas pipeline that was to transport Caspian Sea natural gas from Turkmenistan through Afghanistan into Pakistan and then to India.

On FEBRUARY 12, 1998, US oil giant Unocal (on August 10, 2005, Unocal merged with Chevron) petitioned the US government to overthrow the Afghan Taliban government to build a US controlled Trans-Afghan gas pipeline – “From the outset, we have made it clear that construction of the pipeline we have proposed across Afghanistan could not begin until a recognized government is in place that has the confidence of governments, lenders, and our company.” ~ Unicol stated.

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12 Comments for “Free natural gas supply you can produce at home.”

  1. How a biogas plant works.

  2. Portable Biogas Plants made in New Delhi India.

  3. Check out Mister Beer http://bottlebrew.com/ – a microbrewery in a bottle company from Ontario Canada. He uses a brewer’s yeast capsule, dropped into a 2 litre bottle of mircobrewed beer “wort”, to trigger the fermentation and alcohol production – right in the bottle. His company demonstrates just how simple it is to make beer and an alcohol fuel. Just by mixing some brewer’s yeast with your table scraps in an airtight container you can start producing your own clean, renewable fuel.

  4. Adding a small amount of brewers yeast (saccharomyces cerevisiae) to your biogas plant digester will aid in the production of free clean burning natural gas. Yeast, a microscopic, one-celled organism belonging to the group of organisms called fungi breaks down the carbohydrates (sugars) in the sewage in a process called fermentation. Fermentation using brewers yeast (used in all fermented alcoholic beverages including beer and wine) produces alcohol and carbon dioxide as by-products. All beer and wines contain this alcohol called ethanol – also called ethyl alcohol, pure alcohol, grain alcohol, or simply drinking alcohol. Fermentation ethanol is a volatile, flammable, colorless liquid.

    The fermentation of sugar into ethanol is one of the oldest biotechnologies employed by humanity. The intoxicating effects of ethanol consumption have been known since ancient times. Ethanol has been used by humans since prehistory as the intoxicating ingredient of alcoholic beverages. Ethanol has been used as a fuel in the United States as early as 1840. The original Ford Model T automobiles ran on ethanol, not oil based petroleum, until 1908. A clean burning renewable fuel made entirely by fermenting sugars with yeast.

    What do you think will happen when you mix brewer’s yeast with a typical 12 oz. can of Pepsi or Coke – which contains a lot of sugar – between 38 and 42 grams of sugar in each can? If yeast converts the sugars in beer to alcohol then wouldn’t yeast also convert the sugar in Pepsi and Coke to alcohol?

  5. Don’t want anyone knowing you’re producing and using free unmetered natural gas? Place your baby barn over or near your septic tank and set up an inflatable boat or raft inside as your natural gas collector and container. This way you can also run a portable gas electrical power generator using your free natural gas supply, inside the baby barn and out of sight of nosey neighbors.

  6. You can also use an air mattress, rubber dingy boat or other large mass produced rigid inflatable container as a natural gas collector and install it on the ground above the tank or in a baby barn or out building near or over the septic tank. A large weather balloon can also be used. Using an inflatable container will allow you to physically see the natural gas being produced and gauge your supply. Domes are also available specifically for this purpose.

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    Farms can also produce free renewable natural gas. Carleton Corner Farms is a dairy operation with 550 head of dairy cattle, including milking cows. The farm constructed a biogas system comprised of two 1,500m3 anaerobic digesters which produces biogas to fuel a 500kW generators.

    What does a 500kW generator look like?

    500kW generator

    Enough power is generated from one of these generators to power several hundred homes.

    China chicken waste biogas digester
    China’s largest chicken waste biogas energy plant. The plant features a dome digester system that consumes 300 tons of manure and 500 tons of wastewater daily to produce biogas that is then used by three GE engines that generate 3 megawatts of electricity for the 19,000 square-meter complex, as well as the local grid.

  8. The combustion of fossil fuels, hydrogen sulfide gas (shale gas) and reduced asphalt (Alberta snake oil) in vehicle engines and power stations produces very toxic gas bi-products. The combustion of pure hydrogen and oxygen produced by cold fission (electrolysis) of sea water produces no toxic gas bi-product. Hydrogen gas fuel produces no pollution. Because it is a gas it burns more easily.

    According to the American National Standards Institute, hydrogen requires only one 10th as much energy to ignite as gasoline does. That means hydrogen gas is 10 times more combustible and therefore more fuel efficient than gasoline. Hydrogen isn’t poisonous either. Hydrogen fuel doesn’t have to be transported.

    electrolysis of water
    electrolysis of water fuel cell

    A Cold Fission hydrogen fuel cell uses water to produce hydrogen fuel. It only produces hydrogen fuel on demand, thus eliminating the need for gas tanks. A Cold Fission hydrogen fuel cell uses your car battery to split water into clean burning hydrogen fuel. This process is called electrolysis of water. As you drive, hydrogen fuel is constantly being produced and fuel your car’s engine. The fuel cell won’t drain your battery because your car’s alternator is constantly recharging it as you drive. The alternator produces a voltage charge of between 14 and 14.7 volts DC. Electrolysis of water (cold fission) will begin around a minimum of 1.2 volts and will increase in rate as the voltage is increased. Typically, the electrolysis is carried out around 6 volts. That means an ordinary mass produced 12 volt car battery provides enough energy to produce zero pollution hydrogen fuel.

  9. NYC biogas domes
    New York City is already harnessing this free renewable biodegradable natural gas fuel supply. The City’s Department of Environmental Protection(NYC-DEP) believes the city’s waste could become its savior. It has unveiled a plan to utilize the vast amounts of sludge, methane gas and other byproducts of wastewater as potential sources of renewable, clean energy.

  10. Many land fill site operators are now drilling methane wells into finished fill sites to use the gas produced by the natural effect of decomposition, to power equipment for the landfill, power generators, and many other things.

    In 2010 the city of Montreal in Canada announced that it was contemplating setting up a city-wide composting program where organic waste would be composted and turned into methane.

    The city proposed setting up two large-scale composting factories in Dorval and at the Miron Quarry, and 2 biogas, methane-generating plants would be built in Montreal East and LaSalle.

    Instead of throwing food waste to the curb for garbage pickup you and everyone else in the World can recycle it and produce your own free biogas and garden fertilizer at home. It doesn’t matter if you live in a city or town. You and everyone else can start making free biogas using table craps and mass produced and store bought components.

    All you need to start making free natural gas (biogas) is a large plastic container and a few mass produced fittings that can be bought at you local hardware store. The container has to be one that, once sealed, is airtight. One that is either already sealed or one with an air-tight fitting lid. Most 55 gallon plastic drums are already sealed with a small caped opening on the top. You will need fittings (brass barb fittings and a gas value) to make a biogas port on the top of the plastic drum. The port is where the free biogas will pass through. A gas value will be needed to either open and release the biogas or shutoff the flow of biogas. And since you will want to use that free fuel you will also need plastic tubing to pipe the gas to a gas generator (to generate electricity), barbecue (to cook your favorite barbecue meats), gas stove (to boil water), fireplace (to heat your home) or lamp (to light your patio). Once assembled, bury it in your back yard and instead of throwing your kitchen table scrap to the curb every week dump it in the buried drum and let nature go to work and produce free natural gas. More details on how is found in the frenergy.ca article titled – “Never buy propane, natural gas or charcoal again and save the environment.” http://frenergy.ca/news/never-buy-propane-again-and-save-the-environment/

    And to think that for years you’ve been forking over your hard earned money for something you could have been getting for free.

  11. Why bury the natural gas digester? In order to produce free natural gas you need an oxygen free environment. Below ground is an oxygen free environment. You also need a constant temperature. 1.5 to 3 m (5 to 10 ft) underground the ambient earth temperature is typically 10 to 23 °C (50-73 °F ) all year round in the temperate latitudes where most humans live.

    Biogas is methane and other natural gases. Sewage treatment plants generate biogas from the sewage sludge as part of the sewage treatment processes. Since sewage treatment is a 24/7 process biogas is being produced 24/7 as well. Today though, the biogas is not collected and used as a fuel source for the energy needs of the city, it is all vented.

    Using human waste to produce a renewable fuel source is not rocket science. All you have to know is how the fuel is produced and then you simply make modifications to the sewage processing plants to start producing an unending supply of natural gas fuel.

    First off methane is produced by bacteria. The bacteria are anaerobes and operate only in anaerobic environments (oxygen free enviroment). Constant temperature, pH and fresh organic matter promote maximum methane production. Temperatures usually are maintained at approximately 95 degrees F. Other temperatures can be used if held constant. For each 20 degrees F decrease, gas production will be cut approximately one half or will take twice as long. A constant temperature is critical and your backyard’s ambient earth temperature of 10 to 23 °C (50-73 °F ) is sufficient enough to produce enough free natural gas 24/7 and 365 days a year.

    Anaerobic digestion is a series of processes in which micro organisms break down biodegradable material in the absence of oxygen and is already widely used to treat wastewater. As part of an integrated waste management system, anaerobic digestion reduces the emission of landfill gas into the atmosphere. Anaerobic digestion is widely used as a renewable energy source because the process produces a methane and carbon dioxide rich biogas suitable for use as a natural gas fuel. Also, the nutrient-rich digestate can be used as fertiliser.

    Free natural gas production begins when bacteria in the sewage breaks down the insoluble organic polymers such as carbohydrates and makes them available for other bacteria. Acidogenic bacteria then converts the sugars and amino acids into carbon dioxide, hydrogen, ammonia, and organic acids. Acetogenic bacteria then convert these resulting organic acids into acetic acid, along with additional ammonia, hydrogen, and carbon dioxide. Methanogens, finally are able to convert these products into methane and carbon dioxide – free natural gas.

  12. Methane gas vent

    Human sewage is a viable renewable natural gas source. We produce natural gas 24/7 365 days a year. It all starts in our own homes – in our bathrooms. It is because of this well known fact that building codes requires the addition of plumbing roof vents. Plumbing roof vents are required to vent sewage gas to the outdoors. Decomposing human waste materials in public and private sewer and septic systems creates sewer gases. Methane gas (CH4) is the largest single constituent of sewer gas. Flammable methane gas (the natural gas produced in biogas plants) is being vented untreated and unburned by the plumbing roof vent and thus contributes to global warming. By utilizing this free natural gas supply as a fuel you will be reducing CH4 emissions.

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