run your car on water. This guy does just that!





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Published on May 24, 2009

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Cuthbert Nibbles
I'm not sure if all you people who are 'debunking' the 'free energy scam' in this video actually bothered to watch it, because if you did, you'd realize that they're not touting free energy. They're explaining a technology (the 'hydride') that would allow the safe storage of hydrogen in cars, so if the opportunity for rapid depressurization (a crash) were to occur, the hydrogen would not expand and ignite, rather slowly release itself into the environment. So, to recap, one more time, there is no free energy, this video doesn't promise cars that can run exclusively on water (don't be fooled by the catch-phrase in the title) and they actually state that it needs power to convert water into hydrogen! (5:59) So please, please stop being smart and debunking it, we know! There's no such thing as free energy! But there is such a thing as energy that burns/is consumed cleanly without furthering the greenhouse gas effect. That's what the video's about.
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Internal combustion engines are extremely inefficient and electrolysis is very costly, it's better to just use the solar power to charge batteries.
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roosevelt williams
We've had this tech for decades! Greedy oil people have too much power!
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did a petrol company kill this guy already? im sure hes dead by now.
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i would use element 115 instead   ;)
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James Bond
This the same Bob Lazar who worked at Area 51. He supposedly divulged everything as a "whistle blower". Claiming he saw and worked on alien ships captured by the government.  I don't know what that means except he's a prolific scientist.
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Why not just drive an electric car, rather than use electricity to produce hydrogen and then burn the hydrogen to power the car? It seems like it should be more efficient to just use electricity and skip the other steps.
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Cynthia Avishegnath
Is this the same Lazar who frolicks with aliens riding on UFOs?
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Runs on water? So it's a boat?
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Leo Lion
7+ years later and we still dont have this as an option?
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