I have not watched the whole interview with Stan Meyer that Hughe posted, but the possibility of using water as a mixture of hydrogen and oxygen gases is outstanding. But even though water seems to be a powerful fuel, isn't it true that it is as much in scarcity as oil is, or will be in very short few years?
than maybe it is safe to assume that this kind of 'solution' (although somewhat surprising) is only temporary, it can help with the extremely high prices of petrol, if its saving up to 30-40% from gas bill. Also, evidently, it is much more 'user friendly' than petrol, but it is still not solving the problem of depleting our planet earth from its natural resources.
Here is another video in relation to water -
A little more than a year ago, I read a 'special disclosure' news item about 'cars that are driven on water in Israel', On the 'Different truth project' website. It recieved the interest of many people. Apparently, an 'anonymouse' person is already using this type of car and he than 'blow the whistle' to other drivers with specific technical instructions on how to install this kind of device (ordered via the internet) with only an average technical knowledge needed.
It was picked by television and they broadcasted an item about it, the websit founder Niv Dor cohen, has expressed on TV that "there are very strong corporations, oil corporations, distilleries and also the governments that are profiting an extremely large amount of money, milions and milions from petrol taxes, and they don't have an interest that the public will benefit from this device for a simple and easy use". I know he is still alive as I have been in touch with him last week
It seems there are quite a few that are wondering around with this device affixed in their cars, and it's only attracting more and more intrest, wether it's legal or insured or not.
An ear to mouth deliverence should not be underestimated. But as Wade indicated, there is no time for this very slow dissemintation.
Good luck with the 'storm' Wade, I hope that you are now safely settled down in your new Home.
One thing cought my attention, and I can't help myself and have a need to ask:
I probably needed to attend more of the English classes at school , but did you by any chance mean "On a tree?", "Near a tree?", Maybe "in a tree house?"Originally posted by Wade Frazier: " My brother lives in a tree"