If you are like us, you have become increasingly concerned and frustrated with the high price of gasoline at the pump. You’ve thought about buying a hybrid, but most drivers don’t experience enough gas savings to make the car worth it.
Unfortunately, hybrid cars are some of the worst polluters!
How is that you ask? Have you ever read the label on a rechargeable battery? You cannot throw them away. They are toxic and contain heavy metals that can contaminate groundwater. A hybrid car battery is also a rechargeable battery and can weigh up to 600 pounds. Think about what would happen if a hybrid car was in an accident right next to a city’s water supply. They would totally destroy it. Not to mention what you do with that battery in the future. Think 20 years from now, all the hybrid cars in junkyards with their batteries spilling heavy metals on the ground!
Many advocates will tell you that batteries will be recycled for new cars, but right now all hybrids are using nickel metal hydride batteries, but in a few years they will be obsolete as we move to lithium ion batteries. No, hybrids are a fad and, unfortunately, they are one of those that are just as likely to do more harm than good to our planet.
And now that? What other things are there that we can burn in our cars?
Because let’s face it, our entire economy is now connecting with fast and cheap transportation. If there is a solution that allows us to preserve our cars and not destroy the world we live in, we must explore it thoroughly.
For years there has been talk of burning hydrogen. It does not release anything but vapor into the air. The downside is that hydrogen is dangerous. Extremely dangerous. Driving cars that carry hydrogen tanks would be worrisome, to say the least. A lot of money is being invested in ways to make impenetrable tanks to transport hydrogen, when there is a much easier solution, a solution that you can create yourself.
If this is so easy to do, why don’t auto companies offer it?
Think back a hundred years when automobiles as we know them were first created. Were they the big manufacturing companies of the moment? Were train companies diversifying into automobiles? No, it was the small inventors and machinists who took the big steps and created most of the major automotive companies that still exist today. The Wright brothers owned bike shops and were mocked incessantly for their attempts to fly.
The reason that the great companies of the day did not do it then is the same reason that the great companies of the day do not do it now. Money. They have invested a ton of money in creating today’s technologies and building the entire infrastructure to support them. Your shareholders wouldn’t take it too well if they turned all of that around.
It is up to us to take the necessary steps to save our world.
There is a simple solution. A solution like the Wright Brothers, Dodge Brothers or Mr Diesel: water contains fuel. Think about it, water contains hydrogen and oxygen. ‘Burning’ is a chemical reaction of a fuel and oxygen, and if you can separate hydrogen from oxygen in water, you have everything you need to generate combustion and power your car engine. We’ll save you from too much technical jargon, but there are a number of ways to create this separation. It is not a direct division, but an alteration of the water into a gas that can burn. One of the gases is called ‘brown gas’ and another is called ‘HHO’. For the needs of the average person, they are effectively the same, but feel free to Google them if you want to know more.
Burning HHO or brown gas is even better for the environment than just burning hydrogen!
Think about what I mentioned earlier. Almost everything that burns burns due to a reaction with oxygen. The result of hydrogen combustion is that oxygen and hydrogen combine and water is produced. While this is certainly not a bad thing, it doesn’t help areas of the world that are already low on oxygen.
The natural mixture of our ‘Air’ contains 15% oxygen. Humans begin to die when it drops below 5%. Some places like Tokyo, Japan are already as low as 6-7% sometimes. That is dangerously low. When starting with water and creating brown gas or HHO, one of the things that will come out of your tailpipe is oxygen. That’s right, plain and simple O.
So can we help the environment and save money on gas?
That is the question I asked when I started researching this technology. I came across a lot of outlandish and outlandish claims. Claims that it could use 0% gas and 100% water. I did a lot of research and found that yes that’s true, but you’ll have to fill the entire trunk with jugs of water to get enough HHO or brown gas to power your car.
So I started looking at hydrogen kits that enhance your car, but don’t intend to permanently get gas out of it. These seemed more reasonable and doable. I understand quite well how cars work and what emissions are. One of the things that a lot of people know about is a little thing in their car called a catalytic converter. This device is attached to the exhaust pipe and, simply put, it gets very, very hot. It does this because your car’s engine doesn’t really burn all of the gasoline, and much of it is expelled in a toxic, half-burned stew. The catalytic converter heats up and ends the combustion of this gas for the most part.
Adding hydrogen to the air-fuel mixture in a car engine will allow the engine to burn the gas more completely because hydrogen is simply more flammable. This causes your engine to greatly increase its efficiency and have a more complete combustion. This is good for you and the environment!
Can our car do this?
Yes, almost any car that burns gas can do this! (Diesel owners can run their diesel engines on fuel made from vegetable oil, so they have alternatives too!) You can buy expensive kits to do this, or you can buy manuals that show you the components that you can pick up at any home improvement store and convert your car yourself.
Think about it, an ebook and supplies that cost you less than $ 200 and can save you up to $ 10 each time it is filled! I don’t know about you, but I don’t have two months to make it up. And with vacation time around the corner, I can recoup such an expense in a few weeks.
We’ve bought some of these kits and installed them, and we’ve also spent a lot of time on the internet reviewing them, looking for people who have installed them, and seeing which ones work and which ones don’t.