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    Default Re: water 4 gas anyone look in to this.

    We've discussed this one to death. Hence all the yuking it up. From what I understand, it takes more energy to break up a water molecule than you get putting it back together. No one has presented any reason for these things to work as advertised.
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    even if it did work then what would we drink when we get thirsty once everyone converts there cars to water. and don't say beer because guess what beer is made of. and besides last time I checked bottled water was more expensive than gas
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    I'm working on a plan to run my trucks on cow farts. Instead of the EPA levying a tax on Elsie...I'm gonna get money selling carbon credits to my own Government!!
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    Default Re: water 4 gas anyone look in to this.

    They have been making hydrogen for years. They haven't found out how to make the volume necessary to run many things. I believe they demonstrated that process on You Tube. The separation technique has been known for years. You somehow separate the hydrogen from the oxygen. I also seen some guy with a torch heating up things. using hydrogen.
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    Default Re: water 4 gas anyone look in to this.

    Lickity- you MIGHT want to, after getting a good laugh from some of these responses --gotta hand it to TBN folk, they do have a sense of humor-- look for similar threads on the VW TDI forum.... It's been discussed to death there also. Short answer, we'd all love it to be true, but most likely somebody's just after your money.
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    Default Re: water 4 gas anyone look in to this.

    Quote Originally Posted by irvingj View Post
    Lickity- you MIGHT want to, after getting a good laugh from some of these responses --gotta hand it to TBN folk, they do have a sense of humor-- look for similar threads on the VW TDI forum.... It's been discussed to death there also. Short answer, we'd all love it to be true, but most likely somebody's just after your money.
    Thats not true, JUST TURNED SOME LEAD INGOTS INTO GOLD now to find out the secret, just send me $100 and i will email you this very secret.
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    Default Re: water 4 gas anyone look in to this.

    Would be a lot easier to make your car run on Acetlyene. You can make your own acetylene by throwing some calcium carbide in some water and route the bubbles to the container.

    Unfortunately acetylene burns dirtier than gasoline and is probably less efficient so there's no real market for it in the auto industry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frank_f15 View Post
    [COLOR=red]JUST TURNED SOME LEAD INGOTS INTO GOLD [COLOR=black]
    I found it to be much easier to do just the opposite....at least until I get them through customs....
    Hint: When attempting to enter England and are asked by the Border Guard if you have anything to declare....do not yell "The Queen is a man!!!!"
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    I shouldn't be so cruel to the guy that turned me on to "Google-Sketch-up"! Just havin' some fun. Now, Lickety, get out there, and find "Google-Gas-Up"

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    The beta version of Sketch-up was much better because you could draw your "Dream Date".......
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