Discussion in 'Contrails and Chemtrails' started by NikTesla, Jul 25, 2014.
Yes, a simple sword through the heart normally works.
"Lead in jet fuel" why when where? Citation?
I suspect they were confusing jet fuel with avgas, which still generally contains lead.
I'll note the OP has vanished (hopefully with their tail firmly between their legs) and is no longer participating, so I think this thread is dead.
Just a slight correction to the title of this thread. It's correct to say that you get on average about 1.37 units of water per unit of kerosene by mass, but not by volume. You also have to take into account the fact that kerosene is less dense than water, by a factor of about 0.82.
So a gallon of kerosene contains less mass units than a gallon of water, meaning that the VOLUME of water produced from a gallon of kerosene will be more like 1.37 x 0.82 = 1.12 gallons.
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