Help the Environment by not Using Gas in Your Car

By: Steven De Gracia
What if you could decrease your emissions to zero and at the same time save money on gasoline. Sounds too good to be true, right? The fact of the matter is that with proper modification, almost any engine can become more efficient at extracting the most work out of a given amount of fuel. The key to great fuel efficiency and decreased emissions is by augmenting a more complete burn of the gasoline when it enters your engine. How can you do this? Simple, with a modification that derives oxygen and hydrogen from water that is then fed into your engine via the air intake. This is precisely how you can help power your car on water constituents and at the same time help save the environment.

So, how can you use water to increase fuel efficiency and reduce emissions on your vehicle? First you must understand that water is built of hydrogen and oxygen, two highly flammable gases that are stuck together in stable harmony. When you pass an electrical current through water, water disassociates into hydrogen and oxygen gas. What is the benefit of this in terms of an internal combustion engine? If you know anything about a typical vehicle engine, you will realize that it is powered by a mixture of gasoline and compressed air. If you increased the oxygen content of that air, what do you think would happen? If you guessed the burn rate of the fuel would increase, you would be correct. Interestingly, when you feed oxygen and hydrogen into a gasoline engine, more of the gasoline injected into the chamber is burned, and therefore less gasoline is required to power the vehicle. This translates into fuel savings.

Even better than the increased efficiency is the fact that your car will no longer dump environment destroying pollutants into the atmosphere. This is true simply because usually when gasoline is utilized by an internal combustion engine, much of the gas leaves the combustion chamber unburned simply because there was not enough oxygen to complete the reaction. This residual gasoline is then pumped out of the engine into a catalytic converter and then into the atmosphere. When you have a more efficient burn of the fuel, less fuel is left unburnt leading to increased power per unit fuel and less emissions. A win-win situation!

If you are interested in helping protect the environment, it is important you become well informed about what your vehicle does to the world around you simply because of its inefficiency. This can all change by learning to run your vehicle with the help of water.
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