Semasa Pameran Elektonik Pengguna (CES) tahun 2008 di Las Vegas, terdapat Alatbersumber tenaga dari air digunakan untuk caj laptop dan lain lain peralatan elektronik. Syarikat pengeluar minyak sebenarnya telah lama cuba menghalang tenaga dari air ini digunakan dalam industri automotif, tapi mereka tidak boleh menutup mulut selama lamanya. Nicola Tesla telah menemui sumber air sebagai tenaga pembakar satu abad yang lalu tetapi kerana sebab sebab politik dan ekonomi maklumat ini dihalang daripada di sebarkan kepada ramai.

1. An exciting new book for the 21st century! The first book ever written on the history of running cars on water: “Water Car – How to Turn Water Into Hydrogen Fuel” has been published by James A. Robey, Curator of the world’s first Water Fuel Museum, located near downtown Lexington, Kentucky.

(Note: The museum closed due to lack of funding after one year, on August 30, 2006.)

The museum housed one of the world’s few documented watercars, a 1971 Ford LTD converted to run on water by Tennessee inventor Herman Anderson. A video interview with Anderson, in which he explains how to build such a system, was viewable at the museum. An edited DVD version accompanies the book: “Water Car – How to Make Your Own Hydrogen Fuel!”

2. The Denny Klein story.

Denny Klein is president of Hydrogen Technologies Applications in Clearwater, Fla. His patented machine uses an electrical charge to separate the atoms of H2O into HHO, a gas he calls “Aquygen.”

“You get a huge energy response,” Klein told the Tampa Tribune. “But this gas is very, very safe.”

He first used the fuel to power a welding tool, but soon tried it out in a hybrid automobile.

So, Lusko says, the gas has the ability to bond to whatever fuel it is mixed with, like gasoline in a hybrid car.

“Upon combustion, you get a dramatic increase in energy BTUs,” he said, “and you get an equally dramatic decrease in emission pollution, because the burn is so highly efficient, what would have come out of the tailpipe as an emission ends up getting burned up and used.”

An “electrolyzer” in Klein’s 1994 Ford Escort uses electricity from the alternator to initiate the electrolysis process to make the HHO gas out of water, explained Lusko. That gas is then pumped to the manifold and into the gas tank.

“The gas then bonds with the gasoline in the gas tank,” Lusko said, “and then upon combustion, that’s when you get the reaction, giving you higher gas mileage and cleaner emissions.”

Why not run a car with exclusively HHO gas?

“We have combustion engines here that have run completely on our Aquygen,” Lusko said, “but it would be a matter of engineering.”

Lusko says in tests the mileage of the hybrid vehicle has improved anywhere from 25 to 53 percent.

Hydrogen Technologies Applications has a patent on its generator and has one pending on Aquygen.

Lusko says the company has already talked to some auto companies about using the technology in new vehicles.

3.Iceland the First Country to Try Abandoning Gasoline

Hot Water Heats Homes, Businesses; Hydrogen Fuel Oil Powers Cars, Buses

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Iceland has energy to spare, and the small country has found a cutting-edge way to reduce its oil dependency. Volcanoes formed the island nation out of ash and lava, and molten rock heats huge underground lakes to the boiling point.

The hot water — energy sizzling beneath the surface — is piped into cities and stored in giant tanks, providing heat for homes, businesses and even swimming pools.

The volcanoes melted ice, which formed rivers. The water runs through turbines, providing virtually all the country’s electricity.

Iceland wants to make a full conversion and plans to modify its cars, buses and trucks to run on renewable energy — with no dependence on oil.

Water Turned Into Fuel

Iceland has already started by turning water into fuel — hydrogen fuel.

Here’s how it works: Electrodes split the water into hydrogen and oxygen molecules. Hydrogen electrons pass through a conductor that creates the current to power an electric engine.

Hydrogen fuel now costs two to three times as much as gasoline, but gets up to three times the mileage of gas, making the overall cost about the same.

As an added benefit, there are no carbon emissions — only water vapor.

In the capital, Reykjavik, they are already testing three hydrogen-powered electric buses. The drivers are impressed.

“I like these buses better because with hydrogen you get no pollution,” said bus driver Rognvaldur Jonatanlson.

By the middle of this century, all Icelanders will be required to run their cars only on hydrogen fuel, meaning no more gasoline.

“If we make hydrogen and use that as a fuel for transportation then we can run the whole society on our own local renewable energy sources,” said Marie Maack of the Hydrogen Research Project.

Icelanders say they’re committed to showing the world that by making fuel from water, it is possible to kick the oil habit.

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How is it possible to turn water into fuel?

The GFT Hydrogen Generator® uses a process known as electrolysis to produce Brown’s Gas as described below.

Electrolysis of Water
Electrolysis of water can be achieved in a simple hands-on project, when electricity from a low-voltage DC power supply (e.g. 12 volt battery) is passed through a vessel of water. The reaction that occurs is: 2H2O(aq) = 2H2(g) + O2(g)

The GFT Hydrogen Generator® uses only distilled water. No additives are needed.

The GFT Hydrogen Generator® utilizes the electrolysis process, with certain patent-pending modifications built in, to improve its efficiency, durability and ease of operation. Gases are captured by the Generator, mixed with a filtered air flow, then directed to a vehicle’s fuel intake system where they are combined with the vehicle’s ordinary fuel/air mixture. The result is enhanced combustion, improved mileage and reduced greenhouse gas emissions. The reduction in emissions is caused when non-polluting hydrogen adds combustion energy, replacing some of the ordinary fuel needed to power the vehicle.

Electrolysis works when an electric current is applied, through an electric current, between a cathode (negative pole) and an anode (positive pole). During electrolysis, hydrogen gas will be seen to bubble up at the cathode, and oxygen will bubble at the anode. The two gases combined in a free state, constitute what is called “Brown’s Gas” (see Note below)

The energy efficiency of water electrolysis varies widely. The efficiency is a measure of what fraction of electrical energy used actually produces hydrogen and oxygen. Some of the electrical energy is converted to heat and some reports quote efficiencies between 50-70%. This efficiency is based on the Lower Heating Value of Hydrogen, thermal energy released when hydrogen is combusted. This does not represent the total amount of energy within the gas since, hydrogen itself, releases a large amount of energy when it combines with oxygen to form water. Water formed during the combustion process will not contaminate or oxidize engine cylinder components since the heat of combustion reduces any water formed to steam that is expelled through the engine’s exhaust valves. Likewise, the GFT Hydrogen Generator® uses no lye, baking soda, salt or other chemical substances that could attack engine components.

The theoretical maximum efficiency of electrolysis can be as high as 80-94%. This maximum considers the total amount of energy absorbed by both the hydrogen and oxygen. These values only refer to the efficiency of converting electrical energy into chemical energy (combustible gasses). The energy lost in generating the electricity is not included. If, however, electrolysis is accomplished using an underutilized electrical source that already exists (the excess, unused capacity of an automobile alternator, for instance), high efficiency can be routinely achieved. Moreover the GFT unit has a unique process that produces much more hydrogen than any other process.

The Laws of Electrolysis were discovered by Michael Faraday in 1832 when he successfully separated hydrogen and oxygen from water through the use of electricity. The resulting gas was named Brown’s Gas after Yull Brown of Australia who devoted his life to developing and promoting this clean, green fuel for the betterment of mankind. This gaseous mixture is actually a better fuel than hydrogen alone. Reason – in many areas of the world, oxygen is in short supply in the air we breathe. Normally, oxygen comprises 21% of our air at sea level. If this percentage falls below 5%, serious consequences, even the death of many people, could occur. For instance, there have been reports of oxygen levels in the 6 to 7% percent range in Tokyo. The widespread use of Brown’s gas to power industry and transportation, might actually improve oxygen levels in cities like Tokyo whereas, using hydrogen as a fuel by itself, would tend to leave low oxygen levels unchanged. A low oxygen level in the atmosphere is just another indicator of how serious our environmental problems have become and an excellent reason to convert our civilization to a Brown’s gas-fueled future.

5.Tests show BMW’s hydrogen car cleans the air

BMW showed off a hydrogen-powered 7-series sedan at the 2008 SAE World Congress in Detroit that actually emits less carbon monoxide than are found in the air around it. This means the engine breaks down or converts the carbon monoxide it takes in. The emissions tests, run by Argonne Laboratories, also show a similar reduction in nonmethane organic gases. The vehicle’s other emissions are all so low that standard automobile emissions testing wouldn’t have detected them.

This particular demonstration vehicle uses a 6-liter combustion engine that uses hydrogen as fuel, burning it in the cylinders and, according to BMW, delivering performance on par with a standard gas-powered 7-series. Most hydrogen cars from other automakers use fuel cells to generate electricity. Currently, BMW has been handing its Hydrogen 7 sedan, a car with a dual-fuel hydrogen and gas system, over to various celebrities and decision influencers, such as J.D. Power III. But the new demonstration vehicle only uses hydrogen for fuel. BMW doesn’t consider the car a prototype, and won’t be building more on the same scale as the Hydrogen 7.

Within the first week I had a 82% increase in MPG”

Well, the other day you signed up and just like you…

I was looking for a way to decrease my gas expenses and I know it’s no easy task. Let me briefly share my story where I started in this process.

About 2 years ago I was tired of spending a ton of money on gas for the truck I was driving. So decided to buy a small gas economic car. Right away I almost doubled my MPG.

Finally, I was smiling while at the gas station as I watched the digital cash cow roll up on the gas pump.

But, after time went by I realized how much I missed driving my truck, especially during the winter and became a little tired of driving a small car around.

Thought this car could also be used as our 2nd family car, not the case we quickly found out.

So, the question became how do I drive the vehicle I want, while meeting my families needs and still reduce gas expenses?

My wife called me crazy at first, and to be honest I was slightly skeptical about using water for gas.

I made the decision to personally put together the system and tried it out on my older car… Amazingly enough within the first week I had a 82% increase in MPG.

Instantly we became believers and was so excited about this discovery that I decided to find a way to help other people Save on Gas expenses too.

To Your Gas Savings!

Andres rodriquez
P.O. Box 50163, Billings, MT 59105, USA

“Very Well Written”

Recently purchased one of your manuals. Thought I’d tell you it’s very well written! I appreciate all the documentation you’ve put into it.

M.E. (Orlando, FL, USA)

“Easy to follow”

I must compliment you on your book. It is well written and easy to follow. I was impressed with the time you took, explaining everything a novice needed to understand.

J.R. (Washington, USA)

Mileage gain 68%!

wanted to report that my friend, an 85 year old mechanic, installed a Hydrogen-On-Demand system on my car and it went from 28 mpg on the highway to 47!

N.G. (Seattle, Washington, USA)

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