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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 06-30-2007, 07:25 PM Thread Starter
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Cool Who's interested in hydrogen technologies?

I want to know who's interested in hydrogen technologies. I know I spent countless hours researching when I had a gas rig. I'll work on getting all my links and info together.
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I have been reading up on it and its doable but all the sights leave out one important componet to make it work. I have read on one sight that the guy who developed it an got a contract with nasa was murdered
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Ok I was working on a response on my lunch this evening and hit a wrong button. I said that I spent hours researching all aspects of fuel saving and alternative energies. To answer your question, there are many stories to varing degrees of conspiracy. Many end in the death of an individual. I'm sure they can't all be false. I'm not interested in making a million dollars as an inventor and running against some of the road blocks that only with timing and the right connections you can succeed. The one thing I am interested in is starting to hit BIG OIL where it hurts, in the $$$$. As I have mentioned my info is not all together but here are some links to check out for now.
http://www.4wdworld.com.au/products/fitch/index.htm Now with this one there is an american web site. I'll have to check into it soon and get it posted.
http://spiritofmaat.master.com/texis...=hydrogen&s=SS Pretty interesting stuff. Try some searches also.
http://www.wam-a-bam.com/hydrockickbank.html?hop=mikeaw Kind of cheasy ad but one for the do it yourselfers.
http://knowledgepublications.com/gw3...FQS4hgodZB4zwA This one is great! Gotta see this one.
All right have fun and hope to hear some feedback.
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Interesting reading for the most part. It would be nice if we (Americans and Canadians) could make something like this work. Then we would have absolutely no dependance on foreign oil. But first I think we (Americans) need to rid ourselves of the dead head in the White House.

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Amen brother! I have been toying with the idea of buying some of these and trying them. It is supposed to be a proven technology and has been is use for some time. It is just the problem of the $$$$ people don't want to spend the initial cost to reap the long term benefits. I still haven't spent any time to get the other info I have together. Will do it soon. Right now I am trying to track down the company I found in Canada that makes the 18 wheeler setup.
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I', testing my own thread. Thanks.
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I know there was a thought to the previous post. Just can't think what it was. Too much :40oz Anyway I have been slow to get things together due to low viewing. Lame I know but it will show sooner or later.
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Dont let that bottle get the best of ya too often!:barf:

Let us know what you find, I am interested in the possibility of improving my fuel economy. Thats for sure, especially if it really works.

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