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Water Power?

A car powered by four ounces of water? Supposedly, this isn't a prank… and yet today is the first I've heard of it.

P.S. Hyrdogen burns (or explodes) quite easily. Remember the Hindenburg? Adding oxygen to the mix only helps, obviously, as combustion requires oxygen. Is that all that's going on here?

6 Responses to "Water Power?"

  1. A few people have tried to add articles to Wikipedia about this guy over the last few months and they've all been deleted. You can see one of the deletion pages here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Articles_for_deletion/HHO_gas_%283rd_nomination%29

    There is also a guy attempting to debunk the whole thing here: http://www.randi.org/jr/2006-06/060906just.html#i3

  2. Two or three years ago, I saw a car powered by air. Not hydrogen, just air. Pressured air.

    The car was equipped with a large (1 m3) bottle of high pressured air, that was allowing the car to go for 20 - 30 km.

    I'm not kidding.

  3. As far as I know, the amount of energy required to extract hydrogen from water molecules is larger than the amount of energy you get from the extracted hydrogen.

    That will change with more advanced technology, but we're not there yet.

  4. Here is his web site http://hytechapps.com/
    From every thing I have read I takes more energy to create than you get out just like most of the alternatives. The big plus it has is safety. That is why its first implementation was so appealing.

  5. His lab is in Clearwater. A lot of postal scams originate from Clearwater.

  6. Not to mention one of the larger scams in America: Scientology.


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