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Old 01-04-2007, 10:53 AM
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Do you think it would work on the gun? Man... only if!!!!

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It even says you can run your airplane on it... who's up for a test flight?
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Do you think it would work on the gun? Man... only if!!!!

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TRIED IT, DIDN'T WORK, ANY REFUNDS? LOL
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It even says you can run your airplane on it... who's up for a test flight?
I guess it would illiminate the risk of fire or explosion which is another big plus for me. .
I'm filling up the boat right now, I will let you know what happens.
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I think that is Cuda in the picture filling up the water......but he kept his ballsack in his pants this time.
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I guess it would illiminate the risk of fire or explosion which is another big plus for me. .
I'm filling up the boat right now, I will let you know what happens.
Gino, Didnt you just try running your truck on water???
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Actually, I thought the thread was How to run your car in water. I thought I could get some pointers.
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Looks like it will run on only a 20 oz bottle, cool.
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It's true, it can be done.
I don't recall what the process is called, or the trade name the gas is called, but you can seperate the hydrogen from the water. The gas is used by glass artists like the ones you see in flea markets or malls. A guy here in Florida was on TV with his vehicle conversion. His car runs on the stuff. Only problem is that it takes more energy to seperate the hydrogen than it creates. Not efficient at all.

Atomic powered submarines use a similar process to seperate breathing oxygen from sea water and they dump the hydrogen overboard.
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