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    HH0 Fuel is real

    Cool shit right here!
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    Clever man, what can i say .
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    It's a shame oil has such a hold on our economy.
    This probably wont go anywhere
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    HH0 Fuel is real HH0 Fuel is real

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    Wow! We can run a car on nothing but water and electricity! Of course, we can run a car on just electricity, but then what are you going to do with all those extra jugs of water you've got lying around? Drink them?



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    still waiting on hydrogen fuel cells here :-/
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    Of course it's real, getting people (like the guy i worked with) to understand that it's not running on water but the electrolytic products of water is the hard part. So much misinformation imbues what is really a very mundane process with seemingly magical free energy appeal. Why aren't we electrolysing the oceans? Because it's cheaper to dig another hole, sad as that is. Eventually it will become cheaper to crack water (or use fuel cells) with electricity from renewable sources, and we might all live happily ever after, apart from the ecological legacy of burning all those petrochemicals out of sheer convenience. Economics rules.
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    Apparently General Motors spent 2 Billion dollars last year alone on the research, i read that a prototype car has been released, but that it costs a small fortune. But hey.. it works!
    If this goes through, the blood baths over oil will be replaced by a more available source of energy.. H2. Now people will be fighting over rivers/lakes and seas!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by claudeEGYPT
    Now people will be fighting over rivers/lakes and seas!!!
    Perfect solution to rising water levels due to global warming!!
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    What out for the increasing prices of tap water
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    Do you think piss would work as well? I'd piss in my own gas tank
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    That would be a great way to recycle
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    Haha! YEa! One problem though, piss has got ammonia.. that will probably blow the car up!
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