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60MPG Real World Results from WATER!

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posted on Jun, 26 2008 @ 07:43 PM
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This is a hydrogen on demand (HOD) system that has been tested real world conditions ( on a highway at 60 mph highway speeds) and a demonstrated 60mpg!



► Hydrogen on demand addition to your fuel (gasoline) CAN increase your gas mileage by upwards of 40% or more. This unit tested is a 100-cell HHO or HOD system, fits in a car trunk!

► Yes the third law of thermodynamics says that you can't get energy from thin air, well something is happening, because the electricity (from a car) is used to split the water into hydrogen and oxygen, and an increase is seen and real.

► It shouldn't be happening according to that law, but is..What SHOULD be happening is that your engine would be taxed with the additional electrical creation to split the hydrogen, and thus mpg should stay the same (since an increase in engine output is required), however, thats not whats seen.

What is seen, in multiple cases, is a REAL INCREASE IN GAS MILEAGE!



This is tested in a prius, which factory gets around 40-43 mpg (45-46 mpg tops). So this would represent a 33% increase in MPG (60mpg/45mpg).

As well, I know someone that has installed a different unit, is getting around a 37% increase in mpg. They even have a gas/mileage computer hooked in, before and after test results, and averages across multiple tanks of gas.

www.bobboyce.org...

P.S. Disclaimer: I am NOTaffiliated with the above websites, sales or whatever, whomever..


[edit on 26-6-2008 by battlestargalactica]




posted on Jun, 26 2008 @ 08:05 PM
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This is the proof of concept phase. Once people get over the social conditioning that says this isn't possible, fully fledged hydrogen combustion conversions could be possible and we could with a minimal investment convert normal viehicles from fossil fuels to burning H2O. This would be done with an electrolization unit linked to the battery and drawing water from what was the gas tank and feeding it to a reprogrammed injection system. Hydrogen burns very hot so only minute quantities would be needed or the engine would be blown.

This is probably the real reason we have 140$ oil.



posted on Jun, 26 2008 @ 08:09 PM
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Could Someone alter this into a Deadly weapon Like a Bomb? or is it not built the same way? Not trying to bash or be weird just honestly curious, Ive known about these cars for a while the concept at least, Anyone care to explain its Pros an Cons?



posted on Jun, 26 2008 @ 08:12 PM
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No bomb capablity! This is hydrogen gas made by electrolysis (shoving electricty across electrodes to split water into its constituent parts). This is sometimes done in a high school science class as an experiment. I think you are thinking of splitting atoms, which would then be nuclear side of things.

Besides that part, the hydrogen (h2) formed is used up almost instantly, hence the H2 on demand name. In other h2 alternate fuel systems, h2 is stored in tanks and such..this is bad, since h2 is stored and under pressure (to fit more in a tank storage)..with h2 on demand, no dangerous storage is required, its used up as its created.

The only volume at risk is a small amount at the top of the container, and this area is kept to a minimum for safety sake. so there ya go-hope that helps!


[edit on 26-6-2008 by battlestargalactica]



posted on Jun, 26 2008 @ 08:28 PM
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I think the closest thing you can get to a weopon from water is a browns gas (HHO) torch. So you could in theory burn a building to the ground if you were a very dedicated terrurist...

As technology goes it's safe, safer than gasoline in all likelyhood. And much much cleaner.



posted on Jun, 26 2008 @ 09:41 PM
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Yea its pretty safe. The safety devices Ive worked with are simple as well. One is simply a bubbler, a column of water that the gas flows thru before travelling to the engine. Another is a simple high density gas flamefront filter (think cigarette filter) that prevents a posible flamefront from travelling to the source or the rest of the line.




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