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    We had this posted a year ago. It's a short video clip from TV news station in the Pacific Northwest showing the patent holder of machinery and automobiles that run on water. The car was deemed safe and to break-in the idea it is a hybrid using gas and water but there is a water only. He has already been building Hummer's like this for the military. Supposedly he was going to the U.S. Congress in 2006 to demonstrate.

    We are trying to get an update. Also, the water only version doesn't pollute the air and actually doesn't consume much water. 100 miles per 4 ounces.

    You need a Windows Media player program installed on your computer to play this, and if you use dial-up it may load very slow.

    http://www.petgroomerads.com/WaterFuel.wmv

    Hmm. Now why hasn't this been television nationwide? Think of the savings and clean air.
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  • #2
    Wow. That's awesome! Why hasn't anyone brought it up recently with the gas skyrocketing?

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    • #3
      its politics thats why! too many bucks being passed to make life that simple. same in the medical field. greed

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      • #4
        Doug I had a brain fart.

        Could you be making a water powered groomin van? watered powered generator? or the most inportant a water powered dog washer?

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        • #5
          piffy

          Originally posted by piffy View Post
          Doug I had a brain fart.

          Could you be making a water powered groomin van? watered powered generator? or the most inportant a water powered dog washer?
          Give it a minute it will pass.
          The answer is still no.Remember the post about how far and how many sport bags from x amount of money collected in N.J. from taxes.Try to find out how much tax was collected on road fuels for the entire nation and tell me how far that line of bags will extend.Then keep in mnd that is tax money not money that went to pay for fuel itself. I have file on how to build a water powered engine.It's not that easy to make one that runs on 100% water. The hybrid mix is a more practical way.
          I like electric not combustion.

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          • #6
            I like the idea in theory, (using water), but I have a hard time with it mainly because water is such a precious resource and sometimes it is scarce. HOWEVER, I do like the "clean burn" idea of water and everything else about it---I just wish it weren't such a precious resource.

            I saw a show about using...was it ETHANOL? They turn sugar cane and other crops into ethanol. I do believe they mix it with a small percentage of water.

            You know, I decided to just look it up and sure enough, here it is:

            http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ethanol_fuel

            I am sure there is still a lot of research to be done, red tape to cut through, and economic circumstances to figure out, but I think overall it is a good idea---or at least moving toward a better alternative than gasoline alone.

            Tammy in Utah
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            • #7
              Easily the most available source of fuel to us grooomers has to be Cocker poop! Build me a van that runs on that and I'd be rich! What is it about Cockers and peeing and pooping as soon as they get into the van?

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              • #8
                water burning engine

                Was first discovered back before the Chicago worlds fair. Back when Telsa and Moray had produced electric cars that would drive for many days on a single charge made from period cars of the time.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Doug View Post
                  Was first discovered back before the Chicago worlds fair. Back when Telsa and Moray had produced electric cars that would drive for many days on a single charge made from period cars of the time.
                  LOL, Doug, when I first read your post, I didnt' read the title, so I thought you were talking about Cocker Poop, lol.

                  (Still laughing)...LOLOLOL...

                  Tammy in Utah
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                  • #10
                    Hmmmm...

                    I was at a cruise night once and this old guy re-built his old ford truck to run strictly on propane. It was the quietest vehicle I ever heard...or didn't hear. A lot of buses run this way too.

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                    • #11
                      Dirty Jobs had a guy that collected used grease from fast food and other places, and turned it into fuel.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by ferret View Post
                        I was at a cruise night once and this old guy re-built his old ford truck to run strictly on propane. It was the quietest vehicle I ever heard...or didn't hear. A lot of buses run this way too.
                        When I lived in South Korea a lot of the taxi cabs and rental cars there had propane tanks in the trunk. I rented a car once when I traveled on Cheju Island, and when we went to fill the tank, it finally made sense why the rental car business owner told us to go to a specific gas station. It took propane!

                        Tammy in Utah
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                        • #13
                          Just a thought running your van on water. If you run out of fuel you could run a line from your clean water tank to the fuel tank.. WAIT COULD THIS BE.............................the answer that all important question what to do with gray water,..............with hair or with out?

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