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    Using water for fuel

    Has anyone ever heard of this? I wish I had a junker sitting around that I would try it on. My car I'm driving now is too nice to risk it...

    Water Car Run on WATER+Fuel. Hydrogen Save Gas=FREE ENERGY!

    Thoughts?


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    Re: Using water for fuel

    I didn't really read it at all, but that kinda looks like one of those scamming websites!!



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    Re: Using water for fuel

    Where ya gonna get the hydrogen? It takes more energy to split the Hydrogen and Oxygen than you get by burning the hyrdogen, so this method does not really work.

    But if we move to all nuclear power, it would work much better if the electricity were free.


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    Re: Using water for fuel

    Quote Originally Posted by brianhos View Post
    Where ya gonna get the hydrogen? It takes more energy to split the Hydrogen and Oxygen than you get by burning the hyrdogen, so this method does not really work.
    From the link:

    "We have developed devices that use a little electricity out of your car's battery, to separate water into a gas called HHO (2 Hydrogen + 1 Oxygen). HHO, also called Brown's Gas or Hydroxy, burns beautifully and provides TONS of energy - while the end product is just WATER! Mobile Magazine says HHO provides the atomic power of Hydrogen, while maintaining the chemical stability of water."


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    Re: Using water for fuel

    Also, I found this site linked from a "fairly" reputable source. FWIW.


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    Re: Using water for fuel

    I wonder what you would do in the winter time (assuming this worked). You wouldn't want to have to hook up un-frozen water every day...


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    Re: Using water for fuel

    Quote Originally Posted by The_Architect View Post
    From the link:

    "We have developed devices that use a little electricity out of your car's battery, to separate water into a gas called HHO (2 Hydrogen + 1 Oxygen). HHO, also called Brown's Gas or Hydroxy, burns beautifully and provides TONS of energy - while the end product is just WATER! Mobile Magazine says HHO provides the atomic power of Hydrogen, while maintaining the chemical stability of water."
    If that really worked, these guys would be multi trillionaires, but alas, the harsh and cruel laws of physics and chemistry outwit their snake oil sales again.


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    Re: Using water for fuel

    Help me out here...what is the difference between HHO and H20? I thought 2 hydrogen and 1 oxygen made water?



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    Re: Using water for fuel

    Quote Originally Posted by brianhos View Post
    If that really worked, these guys would be multi trillionaires, but alas, the harsh and cruel laws of physics and chemistry outwit their snake oil sales again.
    While you're probably right(too good to be true I'm sure), what is wrong in your opinion with the claim(I dont understand the chemistry)?


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    Re: Using water for fuel

    Quote Originally Posted by The_Architect View Post
    From the link:

    "We have developed devices that use a little electricity out of your car's battery, to separate water into a gas called HHO (2 Hydrogen + 1 Oxygen). HHO, also called Brown's Gas or Hydroxy, burns beautifully and provides TONS of energy - while the end product is just WATER! Mobile Magazine says HHO provides the atomic power of Hydrogen, while maintaining the chemical stability of water."
    Or as most call it H2O. Water is only a gas after evaporation and then it is not flamable.



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    Re: Using water for fuel

    Quote Originally Posted by cardinal&gold View Post
    Help me out here...what is the difference between HHO and H20? I thought 2 hydrogen and 1 oxygen made water?
    It is just water.. HHO is just a way to call it water while making it sound technical.


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    Re: Using water for fuel

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    Re: Using water for fuel

    Good, I was hoping some chemistry gurus would chime in :)


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    Re: Using water for fuel

    Quote Originally Posted by cardinal&gold View Post
    Help me out here...what is the difference between HHO and H20? I thought 2 hydrogen and 1 oxygen made water?
    Oxyhydrogen - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


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    Re: Using water for fuel

    I am not meaning to doubt you, it just looks similar to sites that you would know are scams. It just seems comparable with the never ending scroll, lots of testimonials, etc. Here is one that you would assume is a scam and they just look the same to me!

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