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Can we drive automobiles using water as fuel
Oddly enough, the answer to this question is YES! Once you break it down to hydrogen and oxygen you can power the car. That's the goal of Hydrogen powered cars. Also you used to be able to buy a "hydrogenizer" in the old days. It was an "atomizer" which fit under your carborator. You put "water" in a canister which had a pump in it and was attached. You pushed a buttom and a mist of water would be injected into the engine. Increased compression and added a whopping 1/2 mile per gallon. Only thing was, it either blew out your rings or rusted the engine. Not a good idea. Have you tried "neutronium"?
Posted on Aug 20, 2007
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