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February 15, 2008

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Water Powered Car

Run car on water is also called Run Car on Hydrogen. This is a new technology that install a conversion kit on car that allow you to convert water into hydrogen. So, instead of using gas to power your car, your car is powered by gas and hydrogen. By doing so, you will be able to save up to 50% of fuel cost! As the fuel cost is going up every day, by doing that earlier will help you save huge amount of cash! Build and install the "water powered car" conversion kit is simple and easy, your car warranty will not be void car warranty...

Immanuel Llorens

There is a research in Japan on biological microbes raised to eat oil molecules. They say the residue is safe enough to be washed with water. The results may benefit people decades away in the future. But if it works, it will revolutionize the way we dispose used oil and clean oil spills.

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