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Once again proof that you can never go wrong betting on human stupidity.

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*runs to ATM*

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holy crap, I should buy two!

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mightybaldking said on April 29th, 2008 at 12:54 pm

It’s not complete bunk.

It has been demonstrated that adding hydrogen and water in stoichiometric ratios to the fuel stream can significantly improve combustion and reduce emissions. Although, most of the experiments deal with natural gas, rather than vapourized octane.

In fact, simply squirting water into a cylinder just before ignition can improve output — But your engine won’t last long.

It is plausible that a device like this could improve fuel economy and emissions. However, there is no new technology here. I’m sure other engineers have experimented with the idea and found improvements to be minimal, or that there is long term damage. This is one for the Mythbusters.

My questions are:
How much water weight to I have to haul around?
How much device weight?
Does this system actually produce enough gas to have an effect?
Are we adding a hell of a lot of water vapour to the combustion chamber? Does this affect rusting?

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mygif

Hey sign me up! I love bargains. …Although, I’m a little short, could you spot me $75?

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mygif

Give me $10 and I can get the girl in the corner to take off her clothes.

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That last one! Gold! Win! Spit coffee at monitor!
I heard about a group of truck drivers protesting the rising cost of oil by… buying a big rig. Or something.

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mygif

Bah obviously the oil company bought out MGK

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“WHY COMPRESS HYDROGEN IN DANGEROUS HIGH-PRESSURE TANKS WHEN IT IS ALREADY “COMPRESSED” IN PLAIN WATER – AND CAN BE EASILY AND SAFELY RELEASED??!”

omigawd *patents the process at the next level- USING ICE!!*

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Andrew W. said on April 30th, 2008 at 2:06 am

Mighty God King? Moar like Mighty Sellout King, m i rite?

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