posted on Oct, 15 2011 @ 11:22 AM
Originally posted by Miccey
O f f Sake....Enough talking already...
Just build one and give it to the ppl..
Talk is so overrated...
If any one has one of these cars...
Throw it in the heads of the sceptics
and be over with it.....
Im telling you right out. If i had the knowlage and the schematics
id make a chainmail and send it like a virus over the internet...
Force it down the throats of EVERY goddamn conection
available. That way NO ONE would be able to supress it...
I dont have either so it wont come from me...
Although i hope someone has...And does...
Well, I am trying just that. I have a sign in the rear window of my van that says, "Hybrid Chevy Home Built - Double Mileage- Clean Engine - Ask
I happily show it off to anyone who asks, or I can get interested in it. It seems the four wheel drive people are interested, I spoke a few days ago
with a guy, nice 1500 Chevy 4-wheeler, lots of goodies. I got to taking to him, and asked his mileage? Oh, he says, about 16 on a good day. So I took
him out and showed him mine. He was visibly impressed, took many photos, and made a drawing of the wiring and such.
The truth is, these devices are not for the lazy person, it must be maintained and serviced on a regular basis. So that right there chases off most
people. Some are scared of a technology they know nothing about. You should see the look on some faces when I tell them the technology is over 90
1. If it's so good, why haven't I heard about it? You're hearing about it now! Water-fuel technology has been around since...you'll find it hard
to believe...the year 1800! The first internal combustion engines ran on Hydrogen (made from water) for the first 8 years until they "invented"
gasoline. Our do-it-yourself design is based on old-old U.S. patents from 1884 and 1918. Amazing but true. This is not new! Now Hydrogen is coming
back. It's in fashion, everybody's talking about it – and tens of thousands are actually doing it! They are generating Hydrogen at home or on
board their vehicles, rather than buying Hydrogen at the pump. That's good, because if we'd be buying Hydrogen at the pump, it would pull us back
all the way to square one – being dependent on a monopoly for such vital resources as transportation, home energy and hospitals (emergency diesel
Eventually, people will get it, and someone will invent a self contained unit that is plug and play, and they will sell them for a few thousand
dollars each. If the government sticks to their money for play campaign, and try to build hydrogen gas stations and cars with an onboard tank, we will
see much destruction. If two cars with a tank of hydrogen crashed together and burned, the resulting explosion would take out a large area.
We have to make the gas on Demand. That is the only safe way to do it.