|MadSci Network: Chemistry|
Although my own knowledge is limited, I know we have so much technology out there that just hasn't been applied! Just want to know if it would be possible to make like a "heat-seeking water-bomb/missile" that could drop/shoot/fire (?) hydrogen near a forest fire to combine with oxygen nearby to create water and put out the fire quickly. We're on fire here in California this summer of 2009! Can you tell me why it would or would not work or if anyone has thought of this before? Thanks!
Re: Can a 'water bomb' be made with available oxygen to snuff forest fires?
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