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Originally posted by Shakeyjc
If you want it to power a car then where is the electirc going to come from to make this gas? Well maybe it comes from a coal power station?
Originally posted by timski
What kind of energy requirements would you need to break the H2O molecular bond? Is this something I could rig up in my shed?
Originally posted by Byrd
(in other words, you can use up a nine volt battery making oxygen and hydrogen, and when you burn the oxygen and hydrogen that you got to make water again, you get less than nine volts worth of energy.)
Originally posted by txdan06
and so if this type of technology was applicable and ready to use WHY THE HELL HASNT ANY GOVERNMENT OR NOTABLE PRIVATE AGENCY PUT THIS IDEA INTO A WORKABLE PROTOTYPE OR MODEL??? evidently this would be a massive accomplishment if we could have cars run on water so why has not one major governemnt or private group tried this??? just answer that question and i think you will see that A.) because of the conservation of energy it is impossible to make the car run for what it says it will and B.) if it is plausible how come no major group has used it or developed it? those are two looming questions that need to be answered before any more debate is done on the topic.