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    Water for Fuel !

    http://s2.photobucket.com/albums/y32...=WaterFuel.flv

    Awesome Invention ! BUT.......This could crush the Economy !
    The snowball effects of this over time in the Petrochemical, Energy & Chemical industry would be huge. Transportation costs for airlines, military, buses ect......

    I could see it now......people would buy home generators and not ever need power from a supplier again. Water would fuel their own generator........


    And whats amazing about this invention, the by-product return to the atmosphere is water.....

    Many Many used for this invention, but I can see the Government has to step in to control how long of a time frame it will take to phase itself into the public.

    Crude Prices would plummet......as would natural gas.....Acetylene, Argon, Oxygen....


    The snow-ball effects go on-and-on.................


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    It's just not water alone. I wonder how much electricty is required??

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    First of all, is it real?

    It's always the small inventor that pushes the corporate dinasour off his balance. Then he gets squished, and the whole thing gets called a hoax, and then it quietly goes away.

    He very well, may have done a smart thing doing the hummer thing first... at least there is a very small chance we might see it in our lifetime. Our economy is currently wound tighter than a 55drum of crude. Any outside pressure to bring down crude prices is welcome.

    Personally, I'd love to have a water/gas powered jetski.

    -I didn't hear in the video how much gas it took to power the car, only that it took 4oz of water.
    I'm no good in chemistry, but i have a question.
    -If it is a chemical reaction coming out of the nozzle, then why does it need to react with a solid to become hot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hydrotoys
    First of all, is it real?

    It's always the small inventor that pushes the corporate dinasour off his balance. Then he gets squished, and the whole thing gets called a hoax, and then it quietly goes away.

    He very well, may have done a smart thing doing the hummer thing first... at least there is a very small chance we might see it in our lifetime. Our economy is currently wound tighter than a 55drum of crude. Any outside pressure to bring down crude prices is welcome.

    Personally, I'd love to have a water/gas powered jetski.

    -I didn't hear in the video how much gas it took to power the car, only that it took 4oz of water.
    I'm no good in chemistry, but i have a question.
    -If it is a chemical reaction coming out of the nozzle, then why does it need to react with a solid to become hot.
    I dont think the car uses gasoline. Unless he is using an gasoline powered generator to create electricity which is required for electrolysis?... It seems like he is using electrolysis to create hydrogen out of water. How he is providing the electricity in the car is the question.

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    I'd have to listen to it again, but I thought he said gas-hybrid.

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    Did say gas hybird... Who know exactly how they meant that!

    Before I saw this artical, I was under the impression that it took more engery to produce H and O2 from water then you could get out of it by using the gasses to make energy.

    However I'm not sure what it takes to make HHO (what they claim he's using.)

    Also water is H2O and they are claiming HHO??? I believe that's just a mater of rearranging the atomic bonds not seperating then into different gasses.

    We'll have to wait and see.

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    Imagine- The first Trans-Atlantic crossing on a GPR....

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    I beleve it would be great for the economy everyone would need new cars
    it would take a while for them to make a dent in the oil demand because of all the freight trucks and everything else burning oil, transportation would get cheaper witch would make food / everything cheaper, gas would be cheaper so everyone would have more cash to invest and buy things we don't need, we would have more money to give to the poor.

    American's would better the world again.
    know sadly will it work cheaply and efficiently who knows
    it would be like going from horses to motors
    from film cameras to digital
    bettering something is allways good

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    Quote Originally Posted by RonG
    Imagine- The first Trans-Atlantic crossing on a GPR....
    Ya but where would you get the water???

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