Water - Oxygen = Hydrogen Fuel
Cheapest, Cleanest Fuel Is Already On Tap
Ever wonder what it would be like to not pay the high cost of
fuel? Ever wonder if there is a better, cheaper, safer and environmentally
friendly fuel source? The truth is we've had it all along, for
millions of years.
The one thing that sustains all life - plants, animals and humans
- is also the source of our past, present and future energy needs.
The oldest, cheapest and cleanest fuel source is water. Water
covers 71% the Earth's surface, the oceans contain 97.2% of Earth's
water. The Antarctic ice sheet, which contains 90% of all fresh
water on Earth. All ready knew that. What most of you don't tend
to remember is that water is composed of two gases - Oxygen and
Hydrogen. Water is known as H2O with Hydrogen content being 2
parts to 1 part Oxygen. So what? Oxygen is what we all breath,
including the engines in our vehicles. Hydrogen is the most abundant
of the chemical elements, constituting roughly 75% of the universe's
elemental mass. To the point, hydrogen is a flammable gas making
it a viable fuel source.
We already have the technology to run our vehicles entirely on
hydrogen. Once the technology gets out and it is, the general
population will have access to unlimited "free" fuel.
Demand for oil and the US war of terror has been driving up the
price and in doing so the oil companies are sponsors of Bush's
terrorist acts against Iraq and the free World.
What if I told you that your future fuel source was as handy
as you kitchen sink or your garden hose. City people will still
have to pay for this fuel source but most can obtain it for free.
Even city people can collect their fuel in the summer and winter
months by attaching a small gutter to a high rise balcony railing
and collect rain water or snow in a pail or plastic drum. People
in the country can get their fuel directly from their wells. People
living by the ocean can simply pump sea water into their homes.
No matter where you live you have access to the cheapest and cleanest
fuel source. But how do you get the fuel from the water? That
the best part - anyone can produce hydrogen from water. There
are already hundreds of people World wide who have made their
own hydrogen fuel cells and some have even begun to offer their
devices for sale. Most including myself, have made a replication
of what is refereed to as a Joe Cell. It's called a Joe Cell because
an Australian man by the name of Joe was one of the first to make
a working model that actually fueled vehicles. You can find a
number of short videos on YouTube of Joe and his Hydrogen producing
fuel cells as well as of people who have successfully replicated
his ideas and made their own working Joe Cells. I made mine for
less than $50 and from parts already available at most hardware
stores. Like everyone else I am working on fine tuning it so that
it will produce enough hydrogen to fuel a furnace or vehicle.
I am working on the home heating aspect. My goal is to produce
hydrogen on demand. With water readily available there is no need
to have any dangerous hydrogen gas storage tanks. Whenever you
need fuel to heat your home or cottage you just power on the cell
and it will instantly start producing hydrogen which can be instantly
feed into the furnace and be burned - hydrogen has no harmful
exhausts. I already have another device that is proving to be
a solution for lowering gasoline and diesel fuel consumption -
the FuelReducer. By the time the summer comes I will have completed
the hydrogen fuel cell. I will be releasing it under the FuelReducer
name and company. Look for it by visiting my website https://fuelreducer.ca.
A lot of people will and have claimed that water for fuel is
an impossibility. They are desperately trying to discredit the
technology by claiming that all such hydrogen producing devices
are nothing more than scams. If you've clicked on the link in
the previous sentence remember that you cannot just take oil out
of the ground and pump it into your vehicles and expect to drive
away. Crude oil is useless as a source of fuel when it comes out
of the ground. What the gentleman, who is afraid of losing profits
if everyone started using water as a fuel, is failing to tell
you and I is that the oil must be refined before it can be used
as a fuel. There are very costly steps that must be taken to convert
the oil into a useable fuel source. The emphasis here is on converting.
In order for you and I to use water as a fuel source we must convert
the water into a usable fuel source (hydrogen). Oil companies
have to convert (refine) oil into what we pump into our vehicles
(gasoline or diesel).
Using water for fuel is a lot easier, a lot cleaner, and uses
a lot less energy to make than oil. Now that you know a little
more about what is involved in making oil into a useable fuel
click on the link below and read what one narrow minded person
has to say about water for fuel. You will see that water is the
more practical solution as a fuel source. At today's prices for
gasoline aren't we all just flushing our hard earned money down
Reference Source: fuelreducer.com
December 10, 2009