Posted by jessie cheung on August 19, 2008, 3:59 pm
As it was reported on main news channels, such as FOX NEWS, a gas car
could be powered by water. Many researchers tried to make this happen,
some succeeded. The best gas mileage car in the USA actually has a
converter which allows you to burn water as fuel.
This little secret, being hidden by major oil companies was finally
revealed to public back in 1998. An inventor succeeds converting his
car to use water as fuel. He has been threatened by many companies but
he stuck to his original plan and was capable of converting his car to
run on water fuel cells.
Simple bolt-ons added to your car would allow it to use water as gas
and make an important increase in fuel economy. It does not damage
your engine - in fact it cleans it and makes it much quieter and long
lasting and is completely untraceable. At any time you could take
these parts off of your car and no one will ever know you had this
great system installed.
This amazing invention could be installed by almost anyone and the
parts will cost you only couple of dollars - but you might already
have everything needed in your house. When installed, you will be able
to use water as gas and get the best gas mileage you ever thought was
possible. Some people using this technique reported that they were
able to increase gas mileage up to 207%!...
Posted by Stephen Wolstenholme on August 19, 2008, 4:09 pm
On Tue, 19 Aug 2008 08:59:31 -0700 (PDT), jessie cheung
How many times a week do we get someone posting this rubbish?
Posted by NotMe on August 19, 2008, 6:01 pm
| >As it was reported on main news channels, such as FOX NEWS, a gas car
| >could be powered by water.
| How many times a week do we get someone posting this rubbish?
God gave us an abundance of fools and poor. This is one way to converge
the former into the latter.
Posted by Ulysses on August 20, 2008, 4:48 pm
About 100 years ago they well selling a "pill" that you simply put in your
gas tank after filling it with water. And that's when gas was only 15 cents
Posted by bw on August 21, 2008, 7:08 am
I have a very old internal combustion book that mentions experiments with
carbide on automotive engines.