Is there any possibility of cars running by water as its fuel or by substituting gas with water?
If the answer to the above question is “Yes”, then another basic question may arise.
Can this device be built by a normal person?
In fact, the answer for this question is also “Yes”. This is very much possible. Many experiments have been done successfully by most of the automobile researchers. Several people all over the globe have been successful in making fully functional hydrogen generator modules.
Hydrogen generators can even be made by you with a simple DIY guide. The HHO gas is popularly known as Brown’s gas. Your engine’s end is fed with Brown’s gas, in parallel with the fuel that you have been using. This creates better burning, clean and environmentally safe source of fuel.
The most important benefit provided by this mechanism apart from significant increase in gas mileage is the truth that the hydrogen generator module brings forth car engine’s longevity of survival with it. The cars run smoothly with tremendous power at the same time.
Many people do not wish the common man to know about this method though it has been in use covertly by many for nearly hundred years. It would be very difficult for the government to levy tax on water. Business houses would not be able to bring forth another revolutionary technology when you can do the best effort for less than 65 dollars.
Let us not worry much. In fact we can make our own hydrogen generator modules and get going without the need of other technologists to manufacture the module for us. This will help us saving a lot of money which in turn help in procuring conventional fuel.
Using this technology, people have been able to get 35-250% increase in the mileage of vehicles. Hydrogen generator modules are very simple and cheap to construct. You will be very much satisfied since you not only save your money but also take part in maintaining a clean environment.
Observations over millenia and numerous experiments claim that warmer water freezes faster than cold water under identical conditions.
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Mpemba Effect: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mpemba_effect
Questioning the Mpemba Effect: http://www.nature.com/articles/srep37665
Royal Society of Chemistry competition: http://www.rsc.org/learn-chemistry/resource/res00001018/the-mpemba-effect?cmpid=CMP00007615
Edited by Trevor Carlee