The effort to research for renewable energy sources, being green and climbing fuel costs has landed alot of attention to water for gas systems. With gas costs rising towards five dollars per gallon and with no relief soon, a renewed concern in this 90 year old system has sprung up on the internet.
The near doubling of gas costs over the last year and a half has without question sparked this fresh interest in using the H2O for gas technology. One question that needs asking is, “why have automakers not incorporated this system into the cars they produce?”. If it indeed works, one might assume that there might exist some sort of conspiracy among the major players in the oil industry to withhold this system from the public.
Rather frankly, I think that the popularity of the water for gas technology is perpetuated by gasoline costs achieving its tipping point. The cost has just progressed to a price peak where the population are no longer willing to sit idlely by, without searching for choices. It’s interesting to notice that it arrives at a time when oil companies are making huge profits.
It actually does not matter how and why it got popular, but that the science is put into action. With so many differing beliefs floating around as to whether water for gas technology really works. Could somebody with no expertise in the field, study some old patents and plans and come up with a simple scheme that anyone could make for under $200 dollars. Here we might want to study that Microsoft was started by Bill Gates in his parents garage…and that he was a college dropout.
Recently Reuter’s reported on a HHO powered car unveiled in June 2008 by a Japanese company called Genepax, a car totally powered by H2O. Finding it difficult to consider, you’re not alone, but remember the chairman of IBM also made an alleged statement “I think there is a world market for maybe five computers,” back in 1943.
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Is it very absurd to imagine that an individual might have constructed a hho generation system in their garage that in it’s simplistic form, increases the gas mileage of your car. And someone else has interpreted that blueprint and improved upon it resulting in another improved system for water for gas.
With the internet representing such a vast source of information and also mis-information, we should not be surprised to notice so many water for gas informational products surfacing in light of the current fuel situation.
A very large majority of these HHO generation blueprints are being sold on Clickbank, one of the internet’s prominent electronic book warehouses. If indeed that this water for gas technology was a scam, I would wager it would be safe to presume that these electronic manuals would be removed from their offerings.
In any case, there seems to be no conclusion in sight to the current growing fuel prices, so it would be prudent for anyone who is worried about it to find out more about this technology and how it works. No question that we will continue to encounter more invention within the water for gas technology field as early users go forward to polish the system.