May 6, 2018
yes the is a engine that works of water and the water comes from a solarpowed dehumidifyer
as the dehmidifyer holds 50lter of water colected during the day and 6oz of water drives a car 70mph 160miles with water vapour the only waste it produces and the size of a cabin sute case not including the solar dehumiidfyer 5 inventers made it public years ago but they vanished found the plans and made 7 protortypes from the originals but improved it and upgraded it 1 engine could work for up to 700 years before a coil might have to be replaced
it would put the oil firms out of buisness quickly
then solar hydrogen and wind would be the next power genarator but thats free power and they dont want that
so screw them
might sell the plans and 1 protortype and that they will have to be put in cars bikes trucks in 5 years from the sale being sold of the will be a $100 trillion fine for every year late
August 4, 2018
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July 29, 2018
TPTB have been aware of the technology for a very long time.
Nexus magazine has had a few articles on similar inventions over the years.
One guy designed a carburetor that separated the oxygen & hydrogen. It memory serves it would cost around $500 retail if mass produced. A few modifications were required to the car, like a stainless steel exhaust & manifold for e.g. but not too expensive to switch.
Apparently the inventor had a visit from men in suits who told him that he was to keep it to himself. They didn't care if he ran his car on water but he was to keep his mouth shut. They made it clear that he wouldn't receive a second warning.
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