KAKAMPI MO ANG BATAS: Human waste as gasoline? Why not? PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 22 November 2014 12:10



LIFE’S INSPIRATIONS: “… For the Lord is the great God, the great King above all gods. In his hand are the depths of the earth, and the mountain peaks belong to him…” (Psalm 95:3-4, the Holy Bible).

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REPOST FROM SEPTEMBER 16, 2010: HUMAN WASTE TO REPLACE GASOLINE? Orlando Marquez, an inventor who has been named to the Road Board of the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) because of his being an operator of public utility jeepneys in Metro Manila, should be heard by the government regarding his quest to use human waste as a substitute for gasoline, and as a source of electricity and cooking gas.

I went to see him at his Road Board office Wednesday, September 15, 2010, and was I regaled and awed with a technology he has perfected with the help of science-minded associates from the Philippine Inventor Society which makes beneficial use of human waste!

For about one hour, Marquez, with an associate by the name of Joseph Abeleda, gave me an exclusive briefing on this awesome technology which, when developed to its full potential, will make the Philippines stop using oil and gasoline, produce A-1 fertilizer which could rejuvenate our soils almost overnight, and then generate electricity which could supply towns and cities without using diesel or other fossilized fuel.

To those reading this column now, please take note that Marquez and Joseph were not talking in the realm of what is yet to come—the technology of using human waste for energy is already here, and is in fact in danger of being pirated now by other countries, if the government refuses to recognize its potential. Read more of this next issue, God willing.

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BIG OIL COMPANIES REJECTING USE OF HUMAN WASTE AS GASOLINE SUBSTITUTE? Reactions are literally pouring in regarding our item here that there is already a technology developed by Filipino inventors which can transform human waste as gasoline and liquefied petroleum gas substitutes, and to be used as sources of electricity that can provide power to cities and communities across the country.

Many are asking why this technology, developed by Director Orlando Marquez of the Road Board of the Department of Public Works and Highways and by his associates at the Philippine Investors Society, is not being pursued by the government, under its past and present leaderships.

Our readers here are asking if this failure of government to seriously pursue this “human waste” technology could be attributed to the influence of big oil and gasoline companies which are known to be heavy contributors to the campaign funds of some candidates running for elective positions in past elections.

The over-all perception is that, it is actually treason for anyone in government to be ignoring such an important technology, more so in the light of dwindling supply of fossilized fuel (oil and gasoline), and of the pernicious effects of the use of fossilized fuel on the environment.

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