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The Return of the Water Powered Car

Green Lifestyle  (tags: energy, eco-friendly, conservation, CO2emissions, green, sustainable, technology )

- 3932 days ago -
Sound like something from a science fiction novel, or perhaps even the Jetsons? Do you think it could never happen, just another Cold Fusion dream? You have to admit, it would be cool. Go to the hose to fill up your water powered car


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Chris Nielsen (75)
Sunday May 11, 2008, 5:56 pm
Listen folks. This technology will work. It is better than putting nitrous oxide into your carburetor. It is better than using nitro-methane, the most powerful street race car fuel on the planet. It burns cleaner and extends the mileage of your car more than 20%. Get your car to run on pure tap water and never gas up again. There is a sister site, get ready to copy/paste the link into your address bar;
this is for the do-it-yourselfer. What ever you do don't try to make more and sell them or you might get a bullet in the head by your unfriendly neighborhood oil death squad.

Staple Gunn (3)
Monday May 12, 2008, 9:20 am
This is a pseudo-scientific hoax. When you transform water into a hydrogen-oxygen gas, you can't get more energy out of burning it than you put in creating it -- this is the conservation of mass and energy, and the laws of physics aren't as easy to break as the speed limit. If the energy to create the gas is coming from your car battery, which is charged by the engine, which is in turn powered by the gas, you're not going to get more energy out of burning the gas than you drew from your battery to create it, and if you're using some of the engine's output to move your car, you'll quickly drain your battery and grind to a halt.
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