The Bizarre Truth: Water for Gas

By: Adam Hefner

Since the Iran fuel crisis in the 1980s, scientists have supposedly been working frantically to find gasoline alternatives. In fact, they already have learned how to use water for gas. This fact, however, is one of the best-kept secrets in scientific research.

Nearly every vehicle can successfully be converted to use water for gasoline. The process is so simple that an amateur mechanic can easily follow the diagrams to create and install this simple design. This helps to dramatically increase fuel efficiency.

Just how much does this converter increase fuel efficiency? This depends on what kind of mileage the car or truck gets before adding the converter. Increases from 50 to 200 percent in fuel efficiency have been reported by those using this system.

The price to design and use one of these systems is incredibly low. For approximately $200, a person can design and add one of these systems to his or her vehicle. Compared to the cost of a different fuel converter, or especially a hybrid car, this expense is so trivial that it's almost impossible to believe.

Although it seems very hard to imagine, the cost of this converter will be returned to your pocket in just 57 days. This is the amount of time it requires to save enough gasoline to make the water for gas converter pay for itself. The best part is that the only additional expenses you will ever incur for this device are the cost of the water and the price of any replacement parts in the event that some part of the converter must eventually be replaced.

Are you concerned about the amount of distilled water these converters use? Don't be. The entire system uses less than 4 gallons of water each year. This, together with the small amount of baking soda required for each quart, totals an approximate cost of less than $5 each year.

Imagine that, for this small price, your car could get 60 to 100 miles per gallon of gas. This is achieved by using water for gas through a conversion process that separates water into hydrogen and oxygen. The converter accomplishes this by using a tiny amount of electricity to charge the baking soda, which separates the water into these two gases.

Do you want to start saving thousands of dollars annually in fuel costs? Consider the idea of using water for gas. Help the environment, and put the cost of gasoline back in your pocket. Stop robbing yourself now!

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