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tony hipchest
06-20-2008, 03:04 PM
this guy invented a welder that converts h2o (water) to hho and the hydrogen burns hotter than the sun. hes adapted his technology to power his car. the govt wants him to build water powered hummers and hes in talks with a major auto manufaturing company about this patent....

too good to be true? check out this news report.

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Preacher
06-20-2008, 03:47 PM
this guy invented a welder that converts h2o (water) to hho and the hydrogen burns hotter than the sun. hes adapted his technology to power his car. the govt wants him to build water powered hummers and hes in talks with a major auto manufaturing company about this patent....

too good to be true? check out this news report.

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Dang...

two questions I have...

1. What is performance like? If performance is as good as gas powered engines and

2. Are there questions to be answered about enough water.... or does this process reconvert back to water?

It seems that SOMETHING has to be used up in order to turn into heat... what is that, and is that renewable?

However, It would be great if this was a true reality for the future.

Hammer Of The GODS
06-20-2008, 06:30 PM
GO AQUA MAN GO!

GREAT POST!

Hawk Believer
06-20-2008, 06:38 PM
Seems like it is too good to be true. I don't see how you can break apart H20 to turn it into to HHO and then use the HHO to fuel the car without taking more energy in than you produce. You'd be taking H20, turing it into HHO, and then turning it back to H20. The laws of thermodynamics state that you have to lose energy in the system, so in the end it would be a net energy loss.

millwalldavey
06-20-2008, 11:24 PM
Oil companies will never let it fly, just like any other renewable resource. They dont know how to make any $$$ off of it.