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Originally posted by MajorDisaster
My understanding is that when you combust the HHO gas, yes you do get a small amount of water back - but the same amount of water you started with in the first place? Hell no!!
I could imagine this trick might work on rednecks
What you guys don't seem to be getting is that most of the water is consumed by this process. As in, gone, forever. Consumed, like fuel! And when you consume the water in that way, you get a huge amount of energy.
Originally posted by Crastney
it's just an engine that uses WATER as FUEL - if this becomes mainstream (which it wont!), then eventually there'll be water shortages. No one in their right mind is going to use water as fuel when there's more need for water as a drink to stay alive!
Originally posted by crash15
well does anyone know how to calculate the efficiency of this devise?
i know that 12 volts X 23amps = 46watts
making 5liters of HHO a minute with 46 watts seems reasonable without breaking the laws of thermodynamics...
but i don't know for sure..
Won't I loose the extra mileage I would have expected to recieve from the HHO when the car's Oxygen sensor see's all the extra oxygen from the H2O byproduct in the exhaust and it signals the cars computer to add more fuel?
Also, isn't that water vapor going to shorten the life of my motor by causing rust inside the intake, valves, cylinder walls, rings, piston head, exhaust manifold, catalytic converter, and exhaust system?
I call shenanigans !!!!!! You're not a redneck at all!!
Originally posted by truthquest
25 people flagged the post "important", but they don't really think that any bit whatsoever or they would have tried out this device. What a time-waster this thread is. Talk talk talk. No, the plans are there. Just do... thats it... there is no point to saying a word if the plans are right there. But again if the thread went on for that long without replication so therefore the plans must be incomprehensible and there is no point to me even looking at the obviously sorely mistaken lie of a website.
Is even ONE person out there actually trying to build and test this thing??
Originally posted by TheRedneck
Incidentally, are you claiming that this device somehow produces nuclear power from the water? That's what it is called when matter is turned directly into energy...
No, not nuclear power, heat. That's what you get when you burn fuel, isn't it?
He's getting a flame hot enough to cut right through steel. Now surely you guys will agree that it's impossible to get that kind of tremendous heat output AND get the exact same amount of water back, right? It's either one or the other, is it not?