Originally Posted by buckytom
so, you have been to new jersey... ahhh, fresh n.j. air.
now con mas sabor!
Yeh, there's enough stuff floating around in Jersey air to satisfy most all of your needs. I know there's a bunch of ozone, co2, methane, sulfur-dioxide, all building blocks of life. Surely our lungs can knock off the extra oxygen atom from O3 and turn it into O2. Methane is a carbon based gas, and our bodies are carbon based, so we should be able to extract more building blocks for cell regeneration (who needs sugar and fats anyways). sulfur is a trace element used in our bodies, and when we seperate it from the two oxygen molecules it will become useful again, right?
I'm sure there are enough bits of dust and other particulates in Joisey air to give us whatever we need to survive.
The only thing I'm worried about is the nitrogen. I don't want to end up with nitrogen narcosis, or the bends.
Seeeeeeeya; Goodweed of the North