We have had a very interesting comment to our hub on hydrogen fuel technology and I must say that I agree with part of the comment that was made. However, whether we like it or not, transportation will always remain a central part of our existence and the need to transport food from one place to another will always be needed so accepting new clean technology, to me, is far more important than living with the pollution that we already have. The other point is that the amount of water needed to be used to operate this system is very little and enough can be collected in waterbutts to fuel your car for ages.
This is not the place to advertise your hubs.
And as far as running your car on water lol, I will say the same thing I said to the last guy who was promoting that self same clickbank affiliate link:
The day you can run your car on water is the day you discover all the water is owned by the governments and the corporations and now costs $100 a barrel.
I must admit you have done a better job building the hub than he did - he just copied all the content from the affiliate site.
And you can run a diesel engine on this as well LOL
And if we chose to live a different lifestyle, the problem will go away. Take the bus if you actually want to make difference.
Hydrogen Fuel Technology is just improving and to me, it is going to dominate the next generation.
by ngureco 9 years ago
What’s The Future of Hydrogen Fuel Cell Cars?
by ngureco 7 years ago
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by Kate Swanson 2 years ago
We are being encouraged to use in-text links to Amazon rather than capsules, but it seems that some Hubbers are misunderstanding how to do that.It seems that some Hubbers think they can simply paste the straight URL of their chosen Amazon product into the URL box and it will become an affiliate...
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