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Diagram 310 WOW! Signal Carbon Fiber Papers Electrically Conductive UFO Hydrogen Storage Pressures

May 9, 2016

Diagram 310 WOW! Signal Carbon Fiber Papers Electrically Conductive UFO Hydrogen Storage Pressures. Diagrams 300 continues to show the FIFTh part of the UFO engine space ship designs.

see Diagram 310 here:

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the idea girl says

Diagram 310 WOW! Signal Carbon Fiber Papers Electrically Conductive UFO Hydrogen Storage Pressures

blue book notes 1, page 97, wow obsidian mirrors formula notes page 27

Diagram 310 continues from the series of Diagram 300s showing a new UFO engine design for the FIFTh engine.

Diagram 310 is even more complicated to DRAW on here, refer to actual diagram sketch to see EVERY detail!

{____ <0 carbon fiber papers supported catalyst (ELAT)
v down arrow electrically conductive fibers
{ /| E- H20
H +/- { / |O \/ v \/ v / \ v \—>O2
{ / |<O / \ / \ / \ \
{_/___ PEM GPL
catalyst layer

hydrogen storage
– pressurized in NANOTUBES with ^ up arrow HIGH DENSITY

see Diagram 311 transport of gases
Diagram 312 PEM eLAT carbon fiber papers gas transports
Diagram 313 cathode, anode + – protons travel from anode to cathode
create a stable electrical high temperatures in fuel cells , repels chemical attacks, catalysts are platinum metals electrochemical reactions with no carbon monoxide (CO)- in the hydrogen storage fuel cells on the UFO engine.

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