The future of fuel

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I found this website www.waterfuelconverters.com[/URL] and I applaud the owner. Electrolysis is easy, and finally someone is doing something about it. Browns gas is much safer than gasoline.
 
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brewnog
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nseidm1 said:
I found this website www.waterfuelconverters.com[/URL] and I applaud the owner. Electrolysis is easy, and finally someone is doing something about it. Browns gas is much safer than gasoline.[/QUOTE]

Jesus Christ, it's not April 1st any more.

[QUOTE]Water/Fuel is inert, and non toxic; it is WATER. Water is fuel, it's time for us to use it.[/QUOTE]

Water is [b]NOT[/b] a fuel. Get a grip.

Somebody move this to S&D and let Ivan do his stuff.
 
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FredGarvin
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It's nice to see that someone out there is teaching the mentally challenged how to make web sites. That was a pretty extensive "How it works" section.

I second the "get a grip" notion.
 
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brewnog said:
Somebody move this to S&D and let Ivan do his stuff.
Unnecessary: this thread is spam and the site is a scam in the making. Thread closed.
 

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