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Latest Success of a Vehicle Running 100% on Water
« on: July 19, 2010, 07:24:58 am »
The vehicle is a 2004 Dodge pickup truck with an 8 cylinder engine.  In the first video below, the owner is driving around in public on the streets of Arizona.  He has no problems until he reaches a steep grade or he gives the engine full throttle for too long. 

He uses an electrolyte and the additional 2 videos give us more details on his exact setup.  A phone number is also provided in one of the videos along with an email address.  The company's name is Future Energy Concepts Inc.


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Re: Latest Success of a Vehicle Running 100% on Water
« Reply #1 on: July 19, 2010, 17:53:51 pm »
Hi Mina,
 
 
Nice to see another fake video.
Such a cell can produce at max 2 litres a minute.
Never ever ever ever 30lpm.... ;)
 

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Re: Latest Success of a Vehicle Running 100% on Water
« Reply #2 on: July 19, 2010, 22:47:48 pm »
Fake

Nah , ur fake .

why did you delete my postings snowflakes and the golden ratio .




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Re: Latest Success of a Vehicle Running 100% on Water
« Reply #3 on: July 20, 2010, 04:55:14 am »
"Please come prove us wrong! New video being shot today should help ease your fears young man. Don't get me wrong: it took 6 months and thousands of dollars to get to this point. Thanks to Stan Myers's video on tube tuning and comments from a fellow youtuber about the lower? voltage happiness factoid, and a few tweaks we found on our own, we produce over 30.8 LPM @ 55amps with the new prototype @ 3.02 volts. So please come to Az for a test drive"----
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So who wants to go to Arizona?  If you're going to call the man a complete liar, at least take him up on his in person challange to prove him wrong.  You have a trip to Arizona to lose, but you save the world if it's true.  Time to put up or shut up.  His offer is on the table.  I don't see anyone from this site offering anything like this, ever.  The talking part is already through...

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Re: Latest Success of a Vehicle Running 100% on Water
« Reply #4 on: July 20, 2010, 09:48:34 am »
"Please come prove us wrong! New video being shot today should help ease your fears young man. Don't get me wrong: it took 6 months and thousands of dollars to get to this point. Thanks to Stan Myers's video on tube tuning and comments from a fellow youtuber about the lower? voltage happiness factoid, and a few tweaks we found on our own, we produce over 30.8 LPM @ 55amps with the new prototype @ 3.02 volts. So please come to Az for a test drive"----
DoomTracker   FutureEnergyConcepts

So who wants to go to Arizona?  If you're going to call the man a complete liar, at least take him up on his in person challange to prove him wrong.  You have a trip to Arizona to lose, but you save the world if it's true.  Time to put up or shut up.  His offer is on the table.  I don't see anyone from this site offering anything like this, ever.  The talking part is already through...

I would love to go to Arizona......... :) :) :)
Sadly enough no money to do so. Its like 2000 dollar from my country to fly to the USA and Arizona. :-X :-X :-X
 
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Re: Latest Success of a Vehicle Running 100% on Water
« Reply #5 on: July 20, 2010, 09:50:19 am »
anyone who uses 55 amps and Stan Meyer in the same sentence is full of *

Well, go wash your mounth, young man... :)
Go read the independant test report. It says: 12V by 40 AMPS..... :D
 
 

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Re: Latest Success of a Vehicle Running 100% on Water
« Reply #6 on: July 20, 2010, 20:44:43 pm »
Plz post the patent number , I would like to read this patent .

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Re: Latest Success of a Vehicle Running 100% on Water
« Reply #7 on: July 20, 2010, 20:49:41 pm »
in my opinion, sounds too good to be true. wouldn't give him money.