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JAPANESE WATER POWERED CAR!!

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Car that runs on nothing but water unveiled in Japan. No gasoline, no battery recharging and no emissions. “All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing." ~ Edmund Burke Bill Clinton announced what it represented in his State of the Union Address Jan 27, 2000 ~ “It is a Rising Sun!” The Eye of Horus. New Car Engine Sends Shock Waves Through Auto Industry Despite shifting into higher gear within the consumer's green conscience, hybrid vehicles are still tethered to the gas pump via a fuel-thirsty 100-year-old invention: the internal combustion engine. However, researchers at Michigan State University have built a prototype gasoline engine that requires no transmission, crankshaft, pistons, valves, fuel compression, cooling systems or fluids. Their so-called Wave Disk Generator could greatly improve the efficiency of gas-electric hybrid automobiles and potentially decrease auto emissions up to 90 percent when compared with conventional combustion engines.

History and Controversy Yull Brown has been a controversial figure for years even after his death in 1998. Yull Brown was born in Bulgaria as Ilya Velbov. Brown made his mark in life after moving to Australia and taking on a job as a laboratory technician. Yull Brown developed a way to electrolyze water into HHO gas in an exact stoichiometric mix that allowed the substance to be used for welding. Ten years before Brown made his discoveries in Australia, William A. Rhodes, an American filed for international patents for a similar method of creating HHO gas (or oxyhydrogen or hydroxy as it is sometimes called) that would also be used in the welding industry.

Joe Cell From PESWiki Top of Joe Cell Pack. A Joe Cell is an "electrolysis cell" built with concentric stainless steel pipes. This is an index of research and development and functioning devices that utilize Joe Cell|Joe Cell technology. What is a Joe Cell? Electricity from the sun and the wind Major Objectives To reduce the economic and institutional barriers between people and sustainable housing. To begin reversing the overall negative effect that conventional housing has on the planet. To create a less stressful existence for people in an effort to reduce the stress that they in turn place on the planet and each other.

Oxyhydrogen Oxyhydrogen is a mixture of hydrogen (H2) and oxygen (O2) gases. This gaseous mixture is used for torches to process refractory materials and was the first[1] gaseous mixture used for welding. Theoretically, a ratio of 2:1 hydrogen:oxygen is enough to achieve maximum efficiency; in practice a ratio 4:1 or 5:1 is needed to avoid an oxidizing flame.[2] Welcome to The Hopewell Project In 2006, the first Solar-Hydrogen Residence in North America was completed in Hopewell, New Jersey at the home of Mike Strizki. The home features an advanced solar-hydrogen system for hydrogen production and storage that is integrated into an existing solar and geothermal system, and provides for all of the home’s energy needs. The system also includes a hydrogen fuel cell vehicle refueling station. Mike Strizki with Renewable Energy International developed a hydrogen fuel cell powered golf cart to serve as a “neighborhood vehicle” for the Mohegan Nation’s new Energy, Environment, Economics and Education Center. This modified GEM vehicle manufactured by Daimler Chrysler runs on compressed hydrogen, creating no emmissions.

Nanoparticles Produce Renewable Hydrogen from Wastewater and Sunlight © HyperSolarRecent breakthroughs in the development of a renewable hydrogen technology will allow the use of almost any source of water to produce renewable (and carbon-free) hydrogen fuel. Producing hydrogen with a conventional electrolysis system uses electricity to separate hydrogen and oxygen from water molecules, but one big drawback to this method is the need for highly purified water as a source. But a new technology from HyperSolar eliminates this need, as it claims its nanotechnology can use "any source of water, including seawater and wastewater" to produce hydrogen, which would significantly reduce both the number of steps in the process, as well as the cost involved. HyperSolar's new technology uses a low-cost polymer coating and a small-scale solar device together to make a self-contained particle that can separate hydrogen from any water, using just the Sun's energy.

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