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Is this for real - YES! As a mat...

Posted Aug 24 2008 3:28pm

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Is this for real - YES! As a matter of fact, this isn’t anything new.

Imagine a power source that greedy governments can’t go to war over, a power source that doesn’t pollute… a power source who’s only exhaust is water vapor- something that feeds plants and helps make the world greener. It exists. It has for almost a century.

How does it work ?

Electricity is used to ZAP water - (a process called electrolysis) which separates the water into hydrogen and oxygen, which is combustible. The interesting thing is that after it burns, the exhaust is - get this- WATER VAPOR ! That’s right- water in, water out ! The electricity could come from batteries charged by solar panels at home like I have at my place.

How different is the engine from normal car engines ?

Hardly no difference at all- all it requires is a different carburator and larger alternator.

Are the big car companies making any ?

Car manufacturers are developing a derivative called Fuel Cell cars. Big business is all about money. They want you to buy the hydrogen instead of it being made in your car.

Is this new technology?

No, it’s been around longer than you have. A fellow named Charles H. Garrett filed a patent in 1932. He demonstrated his car in front of reporters in 1934 by filling his car with water from the lake. It started right up and he drove it around with plenty of power. What amazed everyone was the simplicity of his design. As a matter of fact, the patent, the design diagrams and explanation are now publicly available on the internet.

Why aren’t they everywhere? How come I don’t have one ?

Two words- oil companies. Gee, what a surprise huh - Do you think a trillion dollar industry is going to let this happen? The car manufacturers will give you lots of reasons why this technology takes lots of research and will take many years before it’s feasible. Ha! Garret was cruising around in 1934 with one. Come on.

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http://www.markusrothkranz.com/water_engine.html

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