Water Powered Car,

I read the article on celsias.com (http://www.celsias.com/article/japanese-company...) about the water powered car and I'm very excited that some publicity of this magnitude is finally reaching the rest of the world.

I have been aware of this technology for some time now and, although my knowledge also relates to the technology being used in motor cars, it is not in quite the same context. I am currently fitting a Water Fuel Cell in my car which will reduce my fuel consumption and emmissions by a measurable degree and have found a lot of interest by people all over the world.

If anyone is interested in doing the same thing, I have started up a blog with ning.com which documents my progress but also allows users to download the manuals free of charge and take part in the progress. I want as many people to convert their cars so that we can spread the word that we do not have to be slaves of the oil industry!

Doing this project has made me feel empowered and I urge as many people to discuss the science of Water as fuel, and join me in spreading the word.

You can find my website at:


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Charles M. 110°

Correct me if I am wrong here, but this is not "water powered" but "water enhanced".

The post says:"reduce my fuel consumption and emmissions by a measurable degree" it does not say "eliminate"

I can understand that injecting some hydrogen cocktail into the engine might improve the combustion efficiency of the engine, and thus reduce emissions/gas usage by some percentage, but the engine is still being primarily powered by hydrocarbons.

If I'm right then it is at best a distortion and, at worst outright fraud to call this "water power".

Written in July 2008

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