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Car that runs on sea water!

What an amazing car. We've heard about running your car on water for many years and now here GM has built one. It will not be on the market for another 10 years but it is almost a reality. .

Check it out

Better HURRY-UP MOTORCITY, before someone else does it first

Get on it GM rocks

Sun, 17 Sep 2006 00:33:00 -0700

Hmmmmm, It looks like you gotta plug it in to me...

We'll see. My idea is a car that makes a little bit of hydrogen from electrolysis and solar cells. This augments the standard engine. Burn the hydrogen before you burn your regular fuel. Just need to make a cylinder that can handle the different compression ratios.

I'm no mechanical engineer, but it seems like a relatively small feat with today's technology.

Your car sat at work all day in the sun? Drive home for free...

Tue, 03 Oct 2006 23:32:57 -0700

Yeah, You are nearly correct. The process of using electrolysis to create covalent bonds, a gas called hho, when the nitrogenated oxygen goes through the hydrogen cells creating the electricity, the end result is combustion !~ 55% nrg consumption from the initial electrolysis process, but gosh, that is as close to cold fusion as it gets, unless you are talking about solid state cold fission, which is possible, and clean, and non nuclear. ( using solid state helium )

Dr Katerina Vaugier
Tue, 17 Oct 2006 12:55:03 -0700

I'd love to have more details of the process you describe Dr. Vaugier. Do you have an abstract I could read or a blog I could visit?

Tue, 17 Oct 2006 21:55:26 -0700

Did you know that GM has a car that runs on ocean water? If everyone could get cars like that, there probably won't be much dependance on fuel. Well, I suppose people who live in Kansas might still have some problems. But, hey, if you live in the coastal cities, then your worries are over, right? 3:36 minutes.

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RTS Robo
Sun, 12 Nov 2006 23:31:04 -0800

I have been researching this hho for fuel for awhile and have been told that the hydrogen can be seperated and stored as a compressed gas and be a full time on demand fuel. also, the hho should be addaptable to a jet engine, as well as electricity generation as well as vehicle fuel. many of the needs are already here and in place.

Don Cole
Sun, 17 Aug 2008 04:09:12 +0000

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