[NOTE] Now that I added infinite Seawater, I would recommend you to look into the CodeChickenCore.cfg and set "finiteWater" to true, so that vanilla Water isn't infinite anymore and you need to distill easily accessible Ocean Water if you want infinite H2O. ;)
[FIXED] Scoop not catching Butterflies like intended. Needs testing if it still works though. The Bug was that I forgot to actually add the catching Behavior itself to the Scoop.
[CHANGED] Silicon Dioxide => Silicon now requires Carbon in the Crucible instead of the Electrolyzer.
[CHANGED] Hydrochloric Acid is needed to process Borax now. Electrolyzing it directly is no longer possible.
[CHANGED] The Asphalt Block Recipe to require molten Asphalt and Stone in a Mixer, similar to the Recipe of C-Foam Fluid, including the pre-dyed variants.
[CHANGED] Glass Bottle Behaviour regarding Ocean Water, and also made the Glass Bottles consume the regular Water Block when rightclicking with them (you get up to 3 Bottles at once from that).
[ADDED] The Drain now no longer deletes the Water Blocks when pointing into a River Biome.
Ocean Water Blocks, I call them Seawater sometimes.
Will spread similar to MC Alpha Water, but with more restrictions such as needing to be in Ocean or Beach Biomes or having to be in the vanilla infinite Water constellation and especially no way to place them down manually. I hope I also disabled them in Floodgates and similar, but I didn't test that.
They will also contaminate normal vanilla Water Blocks. Previously generated Oceans might take a while to be contaminated, once they get in contact with the newly generated Ocean Water.
River Biome Water is mostly immune to contamination, since it is a commonly known fact that Rivers flow into Oceans and not out of Oceans. But I needed to add a Mechanic that kills "Mid-Ocean-River-Biomes", so the Oceanwater is able to go a few Meters into the Rivers.
They copy the Texture of regular vanilla Water (they just make it a bit darker), meaning they are Resource Pack compatible.
Ocean Water can be dried or electrolyzed to get similar output as Saltwater, but with a far lower Salt content.
The Drain works perfectly fine with Oceanwater, no matter how large the Pipe you connect to it is. There is a special case that automatically considers Seawater Blocks as infinite, and therefore the Block won't even be deleted when drained by it, and therefore saving on Graphics and Network Updates.
Default Ocean Height is 62, it can be configured when needed. I needed that height Limit to prevent spills like that one shown on the Screenshots, interesstingly it doesn't lag the Server to death if it was to happen.
The Ocean Water can NOT be placed by any means, even if you have a Bucket of it, I also tested the Buildcraft Floodgate to make sure it is not possible!