Yes you can actually add one of these hydrogen fuel cells and run your car engine on water! As shown in the video these electronic water fracturing systems produce an abundant source of usable energy.
Convert ordinary water into an economical on demand HHO gas consisting of Hydrogen and Oxygen. These simple electronic systems run directly from your existing vehicle battery and electrical system. Plugs into your air intake system using simple off-the-shelf fittings. There's no need to check anywhere else, we have all of the most recognized systems right here!
Convert Water to Hydrogen Oxygen
SYSTEM 1 efficient hydrogen add-on system that generates ample HHO gas to supplement gas or diesel fuel systems. Easy construction plans using quickly available parts makes this system ideal for the non-technical individual. Components are located safely inside the engine compartment. Hydrogen gas is produced on-demand without the need for storage. Ideal for RV Recreational Vehicle applications.
SYSTEM 2 is a complete easy to build system that you can attach to any gas or diesel engine with a 100% cash back guarantee. Take a moment to read the user testimonials for yourself. The Water4gas system also includes additional plans for other alternative HHO gas production.
SYSTEM 3 The WaterCar PRO system offers complete plans for integrating HHO hydrogen systems to any engine. Extremely well written, this manual provides everything you'll need to know about installing a HHO water gas system to your car or RV recreational vehicle. HHO works on boats as well. Comes with a complete money back guarantee. Order now and get an additional $10.00 off the regular purchase price!
SYSTEM 4 Hydrostar is an on-board real time fuel-gas system used for seperating hydrogen and oxygen from water. You will receive a complete set of easy to build plans showing exactly how to build your own PWM Pulse Width Modulator. Yes, a hydrogen car with easily available components. Even shows where to purchase the parts!
SYSTEM 5 If you want to learn everything about biodiesel and water supplementation this guide is presented in three (3) action-oriented training sessions. Learn how to build the ultimate fuel saving systems. It's set up so that you go through any session in any order you like. Feel free to go faster or slower depending on your circumstances and the time available. 100% GUARANTEE
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Would newspapers and magazines tell us the real truth? Well, read what the media said in the quote below about the Wright Brothers' discovery of flight and you decide for yourself.
"When two American bicycle repairmen claimed to have built the world's first aircraft in 1903, they were dismissed as cranks. Newspapers refused to send reporters or photographers to witness any of the flights.
More than two years later, Scientific American magazine was still insisting that the story was a hoax. By that time, the Wright brothers had completed a half-hour flight covering 24 miles. Still want to trust the news you read?
Water Powered Cars or Hydrogen/Oxygen Powered Cars, using 100% water as fuel is real. We have been taught this is impossible! Engineers, scientists and professors may in fact tell tell you you're crazy to believe such nonsense. They will also set out to prove you wrong because they base their laws of physics form 1825 thinking. Did you know that the first ICE engine ran on hydrogen from Water?
Viewed above is the latest Hydrogen water fuel car from GenePax which prove the skeptics 100% wrong! With fuel prices through the roof car and truck owners are building these simple HHO fuel devices from easily available parts.
So next time you hear this can't be done because of Conservation of Energy and the laws of physics . . . well, just walk away because it's simply not true!
Over the years HHO patents and inventions have been bought and then the projects are shelved. Sadly, some of the stubborn inventors who didn't sell out simply disappear. We are in a crunch to find alternative fuels and War for oil is not the way to go. Talking to politicians about a hydrogen future that never comes is not going to help either. Arthur C. Clarke explained how there were four stages in the way scientists react to the development of anything of a revolutionary nature.
Watch Denny Klein use his unique electrolysis process – uses only water and electricity and originally designed to work in welding factories. Here's a whole new application from this Florida man who recently filed a patent on his solution. Yes, he did convert his 1994 Ford Escort to run either as a water-gas hybrid, or on water alone. Watch this video the order the Hydrostar plans . . . Nothing Ventured, Nothing Gained!
Still Curious . . . then watch Denny Klein of Florida
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Just about every significant discovery in human history has at one time been regarded as a hoax. In fact, when George Shaw, keeper of the Department of Natural History at the British Museum, examined a specimen of a duckbilled platypus sent to him from Australia, he wrote that, "it is impossible not to entertain some doubts as to the genuine nature of the animal, and to surmise that there might have been practised some arts of deception in its structure." As far back as the early 1900's scientist have fully undersood and have developed devices for using water as a fuel and even high mileage carburetors. A lot of patents issed yet, very little news. Most of these contemporary geniuses were misunderstood and posibly supressed!
Consider how crazy these people seemed at one time!
Steam Turbine Propulsion: "The claim of Irish engineer Charles Parsons to have developed a radically new form of marine propulsion was scorned by the Admiralty, until his steam turbine vessel made an unauthorised appearance at the 1897 Spithead naval review going at 37 knots - faster than any other vessel in the fleet."
Atoms as a source of energy: "The idea that atoms could be a source of energy millions of times more potent than coal or oil was dismissed by the Nobel Prize-winning physicist Ernest Rutherford as "moonshine"."
Amorphous semiconductor materials: "During the 1950s, self-taught American physicist Stanford Ovshinsky found a way of creating materials lacking a regular crystal structure - an achievement dismissed as impossible by scientists. They are now standard components in devices ranging from flat-panel displays to solar cells."
Lasers: "While developing the technology behind the laser, American physicist Charles Townes was approached by two Nobel-Prize-winning colleagues who told him he was wasting his time and threatening their funding. Even after the first laser was built in 1960, it was described as "a solution looking for a problem"."
The Scanning Tunnelling Microscope: "The Scanning Tunnelling Microscope (STM), invented by scientists at IBM in Zurich in the early 1980s, now plays a key role in fields ranging from biology to nanotechnology. But many scientists remained deeply suspicious of the claims made for the STM until its inventors won the Nobel Prize for physics in 1986."
An article published in Times Online on 19 April 2003 relates the story of how plans for the carburetor designed by Canadian inventor Charles Nelson Pogue in the 1930 were recently re-discovered by a Cornish mechanic in a secret compartment of a toolbox he had been given . . .
Source: Times Online
Date: Sat, 19 Apr 2003
Oil Industry Suppressed Plans for 200-MPG Car
The original blueprints for a device that could have revolutionized the motor car have been discovered in the secret compartment of a tool box. A carburetor that would allow a car to travel 200 miles on a gallon of fuel caused oil stocks to crash when it was announced by its Canadian inventor Charles Nelson Pogue in the 1930s.
But the carburetor was never produced and, mysteriously, Pogue went overnight from impoverished inventor to the manager of a successful factory making oil filters for the motor industry. Ever since, suspicion has lingered that oil companies and car manufacturers colluded to bury Pogue’s invention.
Now a retired Cornish mechanic has enlisted the help of the University of Plymouth to rebuild Pogue’s revolutionary carburetor, known as the Winnipeg, from blueprints he found hidden beneath a sheet of plywood in the box. The controversial plans once caused panic among oil companies and rocked the Toronto Stock Exchange when tests carried out on the carburetor in the 1930s proved that it worked.
Patrick Davies, 72, from St Austell, had owned the tool box for 40 years but only recently decided to clean it out. As well as drawings of the carburetor, the envelope contained two pages of plans, three test reports and six pages of notes written by Pogue. They included a report of a test that Pogue had done on his lawnmower, which showed that he had managed to make the engine run for seven days on a quart (just under a litre) of petrol. The documents also described how the machine worked by turning petrol into a vapour before it entered the cylinder chamber, reducing the amount of fuel needed for combustion.
Mr Davies has had the patent number on the plans authenticated, proving that they are genuine documents.
He said: “I couldn’t believe what I saw. I used to be a motor mechanic and I knew this was something else altogether. I was given the tool box by a friend after I helped to paint her house in 1964. Her husband had spent a lot of time in Canada.”
The announcement of Pogue’s invention caused enormous excitement in the American motor industry in 1933, when he drove 200 miles on one gallon of fuel in a Ford V8. However, the Winnipeg was never manufactured commercially and after 1936 it disappeared altogether amid allegations of a political cover-up.
Dr Murray Bell, of the University of Plymouth’s department of mechanical and marine engineering, said he would consider trying to build a model of the Pogue carburetor.
Engineers who have tried in the past to build a carburetor using Pogue’s theories have found the results less than satisfactory. Charles Friend, of Canada’s National Research Council, told Marketplace, a consumer affairs programme: “You can get fantastic mileage if you’re prepared to de-rate the vehicle to a point where, for example, it might take you ten minutes to accelerate from 0 to 30 miles an hour.”
This process is in current use and is called Aquygen™ and yes it runs on Water!
“I believe that water will one day be employed as fuel, that hydrogen and oxygen which constitute it, used singly or together, will furnish an inexhaustible source of heat and light, of an intensity of which coal is not capable.”
– Jules Verne, The Mysterious Island (1874)
Yes, water works as a fuel! If you do a little research you'll find numerous patents on the subject.
In fact, on February 18, 1992 a well known inventor from Bolivia created the "Pacheco Bi-Polar Autoelectric Hydrogen Generator" and received the following patent.
Click this patent link to see details of (U.S. Patent No. 5,089,107)
The device successfully separates hydrogen from seawater. The inventor has built and demostrated successful prototypes and actual tests have fueled a car, motorcycle, lawnmower, flashlight and even a boat. In 1990 he energized an entire home with the device!
So if we can use water as a fuel why in the world are we still using petroleum based fuels? Excellent question, but don't wait for the answer to appear in your local newspaper anytime soon.
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