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Would you like any of our services evaluating our technolog for your business? (each study costs $25,000 and is a 30 day effort)
 Hydrogen fuel
 Hydrogen derived fuel coal-to-liquid
 Hydrogen derived fuel coal-to-gas
 Hydrogen derived fuel carbon-dioxide to gas
 Oxygen derived fuel methane to methanol
 Hydrogen to ammonia
 Hydrogen reduction of ores and oxides
 Hydrogen flooding of oil wells
 Hydrogen flooding of gas wells
 Hydrogen fueled multi-stage flash distillation
 Brine Electrolysis
Would you like any of the following technical literature? (Each paper costs $550)
 97,000 MW/yr Solar Panel Plant Design by CH2MHill
 5,000x Mok Concentrator Analysis by Boeing Spectrolab
 Bergius Nobel Lecture
 Mok Hydrogenation Study by Robert Zubrin
 Mok Supply Chain
 Mok study by Optical Research Associates of Holographic Tracking
 Mergers & Acquisitions a way to build rapid wealth with new energy technology in the energy business
 Land Reclamation and Solar Energy: A Case Study for Mok of Newmont Mining Carlin Trend by Accenture
 Mobilizing stationary reserves with hydrogen wealth multiplier
 Multiplying Wealth in Coal Reserves
 William Mook's Testimony to the Ohio House of Representatives SB221 Feb 2008
 Mok White Paper to OSTP Dec 2003 calling for US synfuel to fill SPR.
 

Mok Energy Corporation
telephone: 614-403-8912
e-mail: william.mook@mokenergy.com

Marvin Gaye Mercy Mercy me (the Ecology Song)

Oh, mercy mercy me
Oh, things ain't what they used to be
No, no

Where did all the blue sky go?
Poison is the wind that blows
From the north,and south, and east
Oh, mercy mercy me
Oh, things ain't what they used to be

No, no
Oil wasted on the oceans
and upon our seas
Fish full of mercury

Oh, mercy mercy me
Oh, things ain't what they used to be
No, no

Radiation under ground and in the sky
Animals and birds who
live nearby are dying

Oh, mercy mercy me
Oh, things ain't what they used to be
What about this overcrowded land
How much more abuse from
man can she stand?

My sweet Lord
My sweet Lord
My sweet Lord