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    Could this be a shift in the worlds economics?


    I wonder how tollerant the world would be with the middle east if it instantly became a worthless chunck of desert!


    This is pretty incredible.
    It seems to be just going to waste in a garage waiting for the government to take notice!

    Click on the picture to see a news broadcast of this amazing technology.

    [img width=400 height=327]http://i112.photobucket.com/albums/n184/vikefanman2000/th_h2ofuel.jpg[/img]

    The second link is the website of the company featured in the first news cast clip.

    http://hytechapps.com/aquygen/hhos



    I'd much rather see the Packers miss the playoffs because of their talent then because of their injuries.

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    Re: Could this be a shift in the worlds economics?

    This is absolutely phenomenal!!
    THis is what will happen however.
    US Auto makers will pay huge sums of money for the intellectual patent and from there shelf it to keep gas, and fossil fuel dependency high.
    After all oil companies and auto manufacturers give the most dollars to politicians.......

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    Re: Could this be a shift in the worlds economics?

    Someone posted that here a while back.
    I haven't heard much about this technology other than on the Internet, but, if it's on the Internet it is true.
    Truly would be amazing if they can mass produce this technology.
    Get your facts first, and then you can distort them as much as you please. Mark Twain

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    Re: Could this be a shift in the worlds economics?

    Wow, that was fricken cool as hell.

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    Re: Could this be a shift in the worlds economics?

    Obviously the application of this technology would change the world as we know it today.

    Unlimited cheap fuel, huge reduction of global warming factors, and all sorts of political changes throughout the world!


    Im sure billion dollar corporation that feed off of fossil fuels would not want this to succeed, however, this would create trillion dollar ecomomics that billion dollar corps couldnt even fend off....

    The world as we know it changed when Microsoft ran with an idea....
    Why not this??
    I'd much rather see the Packers miss the playoffs because of their talent then because of their injuries.

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    Re: Could this be a shift in the worlds economics?

    I can't imagine anybody objecting to this other than all the multi-billionaires that would lose power, and, unfortunately control many things in this world as we know it.
    Get your facts first, and then you can distort them as much as you please. Mark Twain

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    Re: Could this be a shift in the worlds economics?

    I have seen this guy before.
    I was intriqued then... but there is some info left out of the broadcast.


    This actually isn't a new idea.
    The idea of using water for fuel has been around since the 70's,
    However, the crux in the plan is the amount of energy needed to run the electrolisis process that converts the H2O into HHO.
    In other projects (I can't speak for his), it turned out that the amount of energy needed to create the gas was greater than the amount generated.
    It might save you 20 mpg, but it will cost the equivilant or more in electricity.
    That means that we still need an alternative energy source in order to make it a reality.
    In the welder, that source is electricity from the wall, in the car, it is the burning of gasoline and probably some kinetic recharg like most other hybrids use.

    I am not trying to downplay his invention.
    It is an incredible one, if for no other reason than the safe welding.
    But unless he has broken through the energy consumption problem, it won't be able to eliminate our dependancy on fossil fuels.
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    Re: Could this be a shift in the worlds economics?

    this is unbeleivable. its so simple, but its so dangerous. i understand nodak, but this is a major step towards a diffrent fuel.

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    Hrm...I have mixed feelings about this. Does it run on salt water? Because our supplies of fresh water are pretty limited, and we need water a whole lot more than we need gas.

    Also, this would HELP reduce our dependancy upon oil by reducing our need for gas, but what about petroleum based products? It probably doesn't help that, and most of the oil we use is for manufacturing.

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    Get your facts first, and then you can distort them as much as you please. Mark Twain

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