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It is well known that enough HHO gas can be a power source all by itself. But is it possible to drive a car only on water? We are quite unsure, but we would like to know the answer. Nowadays, common electrolysis is only about 70% effective. That means that more power is used to split water into HHO gas than the energy extracted from the gas itself. Moreover, the internal combustion engine is only 40% effective, and that means that to successfully power a car with an internal combustion engine, at least 250% efficient electrolysis is required —a bit like a dream. In 1991 a man called Stanley Mayer declared that he developed the car that runs on water, but no one could replicate his invention. Stanley himself suddenly Died in 1998 from a heart attack. He left many records of his creation and even registered a couple of patents on the subject. We want to follow in his footsteps and try to create this dream car. After learning his plans, we decided to build a cell from SSL tubes and a special transformer to witness the device's efficiency. We are now in the construction stage, and new information on this project will soon be added. Stay tuned for updates (you can use our email update gadget below).
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