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Video review: Hydrogen Fuel Cell toy car by Adam V. Patient Expert Posted Sat 13 Sep 2008 2:05am So, I got my hands on that hydrogen toy car I was wittering about last month. It's quite good. It works and everyone I've shown it to is fascinated by the thing. My only gripe is longevity: it's probably not going to have the staying power of, say, a chemistry set. But what do I know? Let your kids decide. It's £60 from IWOOT. Anyone else playe ... Read on »
Shell uses Hydrogen Pipeline for Fuel Cell Cars from Toyota, Honda and Mercedes by Neal .. Patient Expert Posted Tue 17 May 2011 10:17am Shell Opens Third Hydrogen Station in Southern California Shell announced the opening of a new demonstration hydrogen station in Torrance, California, the first in the US to have hydrogen delivered to the site directly from an existing underground pipeline. Excess hydrogen is typically available on the hydrogen pipelines used by oil refiners. Hyd ... Read on »
Hydrogen car arrives in Britain...and it's only 5cm tall by Adam V. Patient Expert Posted Sat 13 Sep 2008 5:06pm Holy eco miracle! The first hydrogen car's gone on sale in the UK! Unless you're an animatronic mouse, however, you might struggle to commute to work in it: the Hydrogen Fuel Cell Car is a 5cm-tall toy. Read on »
Fastest Hydrogen Car in the World Smashes 300MPH Record by Stan Patient Expert Posted Wed 30 Sep 2009 10:14pm   Few land vehicles are capable of hitting 300 miles per hour – it is, after all, a pretty impressive speed for a car to achieve. That figure becomes even more incredible when you enter the realm of  alternative transportation. However just last week the  Buckeye Bullet 2  became the first hydrogen powered vehicle to exceed that speed, smashin ... Read on »
The Future of Transportation is Green by Greenited .. Posted Mon 08 Sep 2008 5:01am Americans love cars. With a population of around 300 million, Americans proudly own more than 247 million registered vehicles — or just about 1 car for every 1.2 people. These cars present a great burden on our environment. Even children know that cars need oil to run. Without oil, today’s cars become tomorrow’s junk. But just how much o ... Read on »
Two California Schools Win the 21st U.S. Department of Energy National Science Bowl by US Dept of Agriculture Posted Mon 02 May 2011 12:00am Two California Schools Win the 21st U.S. Department of Energy National Science Bowl Mira Loma High School and Gale Ranch Middle School Take Top Honors Out of 14,000 Students WASHINGTON, D.C. - A high school team from Sacramento and a middle school team from San Ramon won the 2011 U.S. Department of ... Read on »
Daily Gift Guru: Horizon Fuel Cell by Kiwi Patient Expert Posted Mon 24 Nov 2008 12:00am Thanksgiving is only a few days away. Instead of dreaming about turkey and cranberry sauce, most of us are already thinking about what to buy our families for the holidays. Don’t stress; KIWI is here to help. From now until December 25th, we will feature a gift-a-day. We invite you to share your favorite holiday buys by posting a comment bel ... Read on »
Viability of Converting a Car to Burn Water and Gas by Corbett K. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth MavenFacebook Posted Sun 07 Sep 2008 2:10am NOTE: audio and presentation file for this post are linked at the end Life is dangerous. Driving an automobile is dangerous. Burning any type of fuel is dangerous. However, millions of people drive gasoline-powered automobiles every day because the risks are known and manageable. Depending on the application, hydrogen is less dangerous th ... Read on »
Considering a Kit for Running a Car on Water as a Christmas Present? There Are Just 100 Shopping Days Left! by Corbett K. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth MavenFacebook Posted Sun 07 Sep 2008 2:10am Disastrous Versus Merely Inefficient Henry Ford’s Model T went 25 miles for every gallon of gasoline in its tank. Today, a full century later, the average mass-production automobile performs worse than Mr. Ford’s early benchmark. There are many reasons for this, of course, including such necessities as power steering but the ult ... Read on »
Hydrogen The Future Energy Sources For Fuel by Janice S. Patient Expert Posted Thu 02 Oct 2008 4:21pm Burned or used in fuel cells, hydrogen is an appealing option for powering future automobiles. This nontoxic gas could serve as a pollution-free energy carrier for machines of many kinds. When it burns, it releases no carbon .dioxide, a potent greenhouse gas. And if hydrogen is fed into a fuel cell stack a battery like device that generates ... Read on »