posted on Jul, 26 2008 @ 07:04 PM
Does this one patent have any connection with that one car video released a few weeks ago? That was some device that supposedly created energy from
water. If this process was contained, would that be similar to a perpetual type of device by reusing the same water in a closed loop system?
I was looking up a pulse motor a few weeks ago and had found a few examples on youtube.
One Japanese car company had a demonstration for an electric bike a couple of years ago, but, now there website doesn't even mention it. They had
also said a scooter was also in the works. My guess is Opec is responsible for keeping these off the (world) market. They would most likely cut Japan
off from oil. The hydrogen car still keeps us slaves to the corporates and reminds me of GM's token electric car.
Although it's an electric bike that still depends on it's power from a battery, it supposedly delivers more range for that type of battery.
Too bad there isn't a video to show how the quantum motor works. I'm guessing it uses the water as part of the power source?
I'm wondering if water was a source than maybe these could be used in jet engines that collect moisture in clouds or the atmosphere while they're
With the possibility of these ever increasing technologies that could be available, I have to wonder at what point they would actually start mass
production. Even the hydrogen car from honda is just for lease.
Japan is in a way at war with the oil companies. That in itself should be enough for them to reconsider having an actual military again.
I wouldn't put it past Japan to keep these in their own country for now.