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They laughed when I said One Day Cars Would Run On Water...

  1. profile image44
    marvinblckposted 10 years ago

    They laughed when I said One Day Cars Would Run On Water... Guess Who's laughing

    Article Summary: This article shows how I was thoroughly laughed at by my friends when I told them cars would run on water... but guess who's laughing now.


    Many years ago I remarked to my friends during one of our chatting sessions- "One day cars will run on water". I can still remember how they all laughed at me as if I was crazy. Among them was someone who knew so much about the mechanics of a car and how it works. He was the one that laughed the loudest and took time to explain to us, especially me, how it wasn't possible for cars to EVER run on water, even 30% water.


    I wish I could see his face right now while demonstrating the water car technology to him. For the rest of my friends who were there that day that I still contact, they are so filled with shame for ever laughing at me that day.


    If you know anyone that has also doubted the workability of the water car technology, tell them that not only is it now workable but anyone can make it work from the comfort of their home.


    That's right. The water car technology can be made workable by just about anyone, who has access to the right information and the right devices needed.


    How exactly this water car technology works?


    This water car technology is the use of simple technology of putting together of home-made 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 known as Brown's Gas or Hydroxy, burns beautifully and by so doing provides TONS of energy.


    And the most remarkable beauty is that this pound for pound HHO gas is even much more potent than gasoline. In fact 3 times more potent than gasoline.


    To get started, learn more about how this works and how you too can do it yourself on your car. With the power of the Internet you can find this information for free. When you arm yourself with this information you will be amazed at how easy it can be to make this water car technology work for you.

  2. jimmythejock profile image87
    jimmythejockposted 10 years ago

    the technology to run cars on water has been around a very long time since the invention of the steam engine.....jimmy

  3. embitca profile image86
    embitcaposted 10 years ago

    Aren't steam engines actually fueled by things like coal?

  4. Prince Maak profile image68
    Prince Maakposted 10 years ago

    One of the McLaren cars (it dnt exactly remember the model) runs on GROUND and WATER as well.

 
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