We all know that the Philippines is rich in beautiful landmarks and beaches. In fact, it's one of the most visited country by tourists from all over the globe.
But did you know that besides the country's well-known tourism, Philippines is now considered as the 'richest country in the world?'
All thanks to Deuterium, a heavy water or hydrogen water without oxygen that can only be obtained from the deep trenches of the world. And the one and only Trench with the widest and longest resource flow of Deuterium is the Philippines' Trench.
Recent research shows that a big deposit of 868 miles long, 52 miles at widest point, and 3 miles at deepest point can be found underneath the country. More than 12,000 kilometers from Central America to the Philippines, the Deuterium traveled through the span of the Pacific Ocean.
Because Deuterium is more than twice the weight of ordinary water, it sinks and in the process. Oxygen separates naturally from Hydrogen when the pressure becomes about 10,000 psi or more.
The usual ocean floor depth ranges between 2,000 meters to 3,000 meters. With the Philippine Trench at 7,000 meters to 10,500 meters deep, Deuterium is naturally trapped through the ages untapped by man through this day.
By taking out impurities from Deuterium, Lithium-Hydrogen Fuel is produced by a simple but special process at very, very low cost. With this, cheap Hydrogen will reactivate all idled Hydrogen based industries internationally affected by high petroleum costs, and this will boost food, chemical, and metal industries worldwide.
It Could also replace gasoline, LPG, LNG, Avgas, etc. in powering all types of internal combustion engines. It does not emit pollutants or any harmful carbon monoxide and does not cause any environmental problems because it is in the water family as emissions are nothing but water vapor or steam.
The government only awaits for a formal declaration from the UN Convention of the Law of the Sea (Unclos) before exploring the trench with the help of some private companies.
Check out the video of the exploration here.