M'kay. Lemme see now...
You want to make hydrocarbons from oxycarbons.
Where is the hydrogen going to come from? How will you crack the hydrogen
from its chemical prison? How will you split the oxygen from the carbon in
the first place? And how will you bind the relevant chemicals together so
as to create the needed cetanes?
And can you do all this in any sort of economically plausible manner?
Wot's a cetane?
As for the rest, simply break up one oxygen atom into eight hydrogen
atoms, save the excess neutrons as neutronium, and live on the
interest! I'm sure the zero-point energy of the other oxygen atom can
be used to catalyze the reaction. And the excess gamma radiation can
charge your cell-phone batteries!
Any questions, I'll be down in engineering working on the phaser
I found a bunch of old lead piping and plumbing fixtures from when the
house was 'converted' to copper plumbing. I wonder if the OP has something
that can turn it into gold for me...
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