… deuterium ang naghuhumindik na dahilan ng mga intsik kung bakit gigil na gigil sila sa mga mga pulo ng luzon …
… deuterium din ang dahilan kung bakit hindi mapuknatpuknat ang pagnanasa ng mga amerikanong maibalik nila ang mga bases sa luzon …
… deuterium din ang dahilan kung bakit ang mga pulitikong pilipitno ay nagdedelirium kung paano sila mananatili sa gobyerno kahit bawal na sa konstitusyon …
… napagsamantalahan na nilang lahat ang ginto, pilak at tanso ng luzon … ang uling, langis at singaw ng mundo, nagahasa na nila ang kalupaan at karagatan …
… pero kulang pa rin kaya ang pinupuntirya naman ay ang dalisay na tubig sa pusod ng luzon na binansagan nilang deuterium para magkalitu-lito ang mga tao upang ipagtuloy ng walang patumangga ang kanilang walang hanggang pananamantala …
… the fact that our very own natives have hypothesized decades ago that a very large deposit of deuterium can be found in the philippine deep, a heavy water composed of two isotopes of hydrogen and an oxygen atom.
… noon pa man ay alam ng mga katutubo na ang dalisay na tubig ay naimbak sa lambak ng dagat.
… With more hydrogen molecules than ordinary water, it is much heavier than the fresh or even saltwater, causing it to naturally sink farther into deep ocean trenches….
batid ng mga sinaunang tao na ang dalisay na tubig ay mabigat sa karaniwan na dahilan kung bakit lumubog at nalaglag ito sa bangin ng karagatan …
The largest sea trench in the world, 868 miles long, 52 miles at the widest point and 2 miles at the deepest point which is 10.057 kilometers below sea level, is well within the territories of our islands.
nasukat na nga ng kanilang mga hakbang at dipa ang haba at lalim ng pusod ng dagat ng ating mga pulo.
… Deuterium can be obtained from this depth of more than 7 kilometers below sea level under 10,000 psi of ocean pressure, replenished by nature 24 hours a day from the central america across the vast pacific ocean.
… The amazing thing about deuterium is that at room temperatures or normal atmospheric pressure, deuterium atoms are electrolyzed naturally out of water dispelling hydrogen gas.
… This natural phenomenal process needs no expensive electric power-consuming electrolysis to artificially separate hydrogen from oxygen in ordinary water.
at alam na alam na rin nila ang paghihiwalay sa mga sangkap ng tubig upang ito ay maging dalisay na tinawag nila na gintong puti na saganang-sagana sa luzon katulad ng mga buhanging dilaw ay itim.
… This white gold is used in the production of hydrogen fuel in canada, america, germany and some parts of sweden as fuel for cars, trucks, jet planes, including solid hydrogen for spacecrafts challenger and columbia.
… Any country or island which produces the biggest hydrogen fuel and becomes the only producer for 40 to 50 years can propel the economy of an oil-depleted world economy.
… Deuterium mining is practically just pumping water from the ocean bottom.
… The present technology in offshore oil production is up to depths of 6.4 kilometers from the sea level, and they still have to drill through the ocean bottom to get to the oil, hundreds of meters below the sea floor.
… This target element of earth is located just between 7 to 10 kilometers from the sea surface and needs no further drilling.
… Estimates show that there are only 1,000 billion barrels of reserve petroleum left in today. The world’s annual consumption of 28.6 billion barrels and all reserve oil will be fully used up 35 years from now.
… World energy requirements will have to be shifted then to natural gas which still has 5,457 trillion cubic feet in reserve.
… Luzon has an unlimited source of deuterium which is really the future energy reserve.
… If we can tap this energy source, our future and economic position shall be definitely than the rest of the world combined.
… Should we, as a nation, reached this point in our history, the colonial name philippines can already be disregarded for a more appropriate name of a fabled promised land that is truly free, a land flowing with milk and honey.
… Deuterium, also known as heavy hydrogen, is a heavier and stable isotope of ordinary hydrogen.
… Known worldwide as “fuel of the future”, deuterium has been actually explored initially in the waters off-surigao, and more untapped locations the seas are around the island of luzon.
… The colorless, odorless, nontoxic, diatomic deuterium is already in use in nuclear power, fusion power, optical fibers, lubricants, lasers, light bulbs, research and development laboratories and annealing semiconductor rim, and countless others..
… O, handa na ba kayong malaman ang bagong pangalan?
…. The initial surigao claim is an economic potential of about 12 million barrels per day at the start of the capacity priced at US$7.00 per barrel for its mine site.
… This translates to US$84 million per day or US$30.66 billion per year, enough to wipe out all existing foreign debts of a country in one year revenue-wise in foreign exchange.
… And the full potential from luzon sites can generate power for the entire world which can translate to a real atmosphere of peace and tranquility of the world for all race, creed and religion, if and when deuterium does not fall on the hands of the oligarchic nations.
… Once deuterium exploration and extraction succeed under the sole control of the river dwellers of luzon without any form of politics, public works, private construction, economic and financial booms are expected to happen in the whole of far east in the same manner as those which happened in the middle east and financial centers of the world from 1974 to 1984.