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Water and gas hybrid conversion kit for cars???

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This looks like a gimmick...smells like a gimmick...but I can hardly resist the temptation.  The bait monkey has a cousin called the "YOU'RE PAYING TOO MUCH FOR GAS" Monkey and he's callin.  Someone lemme know if this works or if this is the helicopter lure's automotive cousin please.

http://www.runyourcarwithwater.com/#sale

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Don't hold me to all of this...... Back in 2000 I was working for a print shop that did several brochures for Ford and one them was a 64 pager that had complete details on how a British Ford engineer had made a water based fuel cell engine. The idea was to put two of these engines into a car. The engine was tested and used successfully according to the brochure. The engine was designed and made in the Ford engineer's home workshop.

The day before the brochure was to go out, we were told to stop production and not to send. I was later sent an email from a coworker about an automotive engineer whose home and workshop had been destroyed by a bomb. He and his family all died in the explosion. After reading the brochure again, it was the same engineer whom we had printed the brochure for.

A few days later I was sent another email from the same coworker with an article that stated that it was not a bomb but a gas explolsion that caused the destruction. Oddly enough, the first article had mentioned that the only explosive chemicals near the home were in his workshop and that the house was all electric.

It always made me wonder if this guy was killed for his invention, even if it may or may not have worked.

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Beer is always a good investment.  It's a miracle product.  It makes you smarter when you drink in quantity, and it makes ugly women pretty.

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Well...looks like I'll just invest in a few cases of beer and continue to hate gas prices. That is a pretty convincing report

Now you're talking!!!

However, may I recommend buying a brew kit from northernbrewer and brewing your own?  It tastes MUCH better!!!

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You should try a heinikin (forgive the spelling, but you know what i mean lol) while you're actually in holland or germany.  Now THAT'S beer.  T-Rig can probably testify to that.  

I had a layover there and it was the best beer I had ever drank.  

As far as the water/gas car goes...oh well.  Thank god my new job pays for gas.  It's a shame I'm not allowed to say what it is  ;D

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Beer is always a good investment. It's a miracle product. It makes you smarter when you drink in quantity, and it makes ugly women pretty.

I think we could be friends. From what I hear Heineken would be too dark of a beer for me, but that's just what I hear.

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THat's what I thought too, until I had it on their side of the ocean.  It's SO much better there.  Just plain out amazing.  And that's not even the best european beer out there.

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I caught a brief segment on CNN the other morning.  Apparently some guy (religous church guy) had made this work.

He plans to donate any monetary gain to the church.

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Beer is always a good investment. It's a miracle product. It makes you smarter when you drink in quantity, and it makes ugly women pretty.

I think we could be friends. From what I hear Heineken would be too dark of a beer for me, but that's just what I hear.

Heineken is not a dark beer. Heineken is a pilsner which is very light colored.

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Aside from the appearance the color of a beer has no bearing on its taste.  Guiness is dark but smooth while a Belgian triple is light but very strong.

Oh and beer in Europe is serious business Bud Light and that swill does not hold a candle to the beers of Europe.

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I caught a brief segment on CNN the other morning. Apparently some guy (religous church guy) had made this work.

He plans to donate any monetary gain to the church.

According the laws of physics it is impossible for this to work.  In order to change H20 to HHO (Brown's gas) electricity must be generated and passed through the water.  Because it is a physical impossibility to get more energy out of a reaction than was put into it converting your car to a water car will actually cause it to use MORE energy and not less.  These stories have been around for YEARS and if they would have worked someone would have patented it and we'd all be buying the conversion kits from Wal-Mart for $199.99.

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But it was on TV.....

This guy had two mason jars that he was pouring stuff into.  One was a clear substance, the other was not so clear.  

I was on my way to work and didn't pay a lot of attention to the magic behind the potion.

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It was on TV, huh? I saw a spaceship going faster than the speed of light on TV. There was a guy with a bumpy wrinkled up forehead and another with pointy ears too. The pointy eared guy said "live long and prosper".

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Beer is always a good investment. It's a miracle product. It makes you smarter when you drink in quantity, and it makes ugly women pretty.

I think we could be friends. From what I hear Heineken would be too dark of a beer for me, but that's just what I hear.

Heineken is not a dark beer. Heineken is a pilsner which is very light colored.

180px-IMG_2987.jpg

Aside from the appearance the color of a beer has no bearing on its taste. Guiness is dark but smooth while a Belgian triple is light but very strong.

Oh and beer in Europe is serious business Bud Light and that swill does not hold a candle to the beers of Europe.

I do not consider myself to be a beer connoisseur. The $12.00 cases at local gas stations usually get the job done for me. The one time I had it, it tasted like molasses. That's just something I don't quite enjoy.

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I do not consider myself to be a beer connoisseur. The $12.00 cases at local gas stations usually get the job done for me. The one time I had it, it tasted like molasses. That's just something I don't quite enjoy.

Sounds like it was old.  Heinekin has a long way to travel to get here and if it sits for much longer it's not going to be good.  If you have fresh stuff it is very good.  If you have old stuff it is not.

I LOVE beer.  I make my own and try everything I can.  Trust me, color is meaningless.  Now if you're just drinking to get drunk then just buy a case of bud light and drink it ice cold, but if you want to drink for taste then try some better beers.  You like in NC, so I would recommend some east coast brews like Yuengling or Dog Fish Head beers or something like that.

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I've had Yuengling, and it wasn't bad at all. Thanks for the info, you learn something new every day!

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