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How To Combat Gas Prices - Using Plain Tap Water

Jul 17, 2008
Run your car on water? Yeah, right. That is probably most peoples answer to what sounds like a truly zany question. I was a skeptic at first, until I heard and learned more about the water for fuel concept. Maybe it really isnt so far-fetched as it may sound?

If you are anything like me, you are probably tired of constantly draining your wallet while filling up your gas tank every time you frequent a service station. Gas prices have been soaring into the stratosphere and there seems to be no viable solution to it.

We have all heard about different types of alternative fuels involving everything from solar cells to corn oil. It sounds like anyone would almost need to be a rocket scientist to devise such a contraption to make our cars operate on something that sounds like it is from the science fiction world.

Certainly it is now possible to easily and efficiently run your car on water, which is our planets most abundant resource. It is becoming more popular by the day and consumers around the world are starting to convert their cars into water hybrids to run on this powerful fuel source.

The process is actually straight forward. It is accomplished through a system called electrolysis. Simply put, hydrogen and oxyhydrogen are extracted from the water itself. When these two elements are catheterized they become a powerful organic fuel.

The fun part of getting your car to run on water is building your own electrolyzed fuel cell. Remember those science classes you took back in high school?

You will finally get to put those skills to practice. That is, unless you have slept in class and missed the lesson. All you really need to construct one of these devices is a plastic bottle and some hoses.

Most required supplies can be cheaply purchased at your local hardware store. If you can use a screwdriver and pair of pliers, you can do this. Or you may want to hire a mechanic friend to set it up real quick for you.

You need not worry about messing up too badly as you are not working with dangerous chemicals or other harmful elements. Worst case scenario, you may need to make another trip to your local hardware store for more parts.

The conversion process is quite simple. That small bottle you used to construct the device stores a small amount of water inside it (which is now a newly-generated fuel) that will be pumped into your cars carburetor and then into a separate fuel cell. This then becomes your new fuel.

This all may sound a bit complex but really it is basic science. The best part of this is that its 100% completely safe and legal. In fact, it should be strongly encouraged to convert your car to run on water.

This would also cut down on our excessive need for fossil fuels. Of course the oil industries will not tell you these things because they want you to continue lining their pockets.

Today more and more people across the globe are looking for better and cheaper ways to travel and saving the environment alongside it just fits the bill nicely. Aside from saving millions of dollars annually on gasoline, this type of water for gas hybrid conversion is safe for you and it is also safe for the environment.

This truly is an environmentally friendly fuel alternative. With less gasoline being burned, there is less carbon dioxide being released into the atmosphere.

Water is natures cleanest, most purest fuel source. It has always been around and we just did not seem to realize that fact until gas prices skyrocketed into deep space. Its too bad we did not get more heavily involved in water car hybrids until recently, but it is never too late!

We can still preserve our environment and save lots of money, all while decreasing our dependency on fossil fuels. The water for gas alternative can be utilized in almost every form of transportation, even motorcycles, buses and trucks can benefit from this technology.

The numerous benefits can be visibly seen by converting your car to run on water. It is no longer science fiction, but a reality.

With gasoline prices out of control and our planet in increasing peril, wouldnt now be a perfect time to start using water for fuel? This technology can truly change the structure of our world.
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Alan Largo is the creator and administrator of Run Car On Water and strives to assist others identify with their adverse gasoline situation through informative reviews. You're invited to visit Run Car On Water to read his most recent article review.
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