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Through a strange coincidence, while looking for alternative ways to treat cancer, John Kanzius found he could make water highly flammable. By destabilising the hydrogen atoms in salt water with his special radio frequency generator, Kanzius not only set fire to salt water but let it burn at a scorching 1,600°C.
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hydrogen is the way forward,
no mention of the car tested in devon, using water(hydrogen) to reach 150 mph, just a few minuets on top gear last year.
the government wont invest in anything thats not taxable
so adding styrophome to diesel makes it more potent? lol i coulda told you that! it releases hydrocarbons when burned or destroyed so ur diesel will be bio but dirtier, false economy imo.
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the morris 1000 that ran on water
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the man dissapered
thats alternat fuel fill up wi abucket an go
oil companies did not like that one
you modern day generation never listen never. Why do you think the older generation say they have seen all this before. Wake up, you people are not seeing a bigger picture here. The people look alright the way they are, just stop banging on about getting stick thin, you people are so false. Bet half you could,nt even put a rubber washer on a sink tap, of wield metal for instance can you do that, or build air craft wings, Or service your own car, well i can do all that, and guess what im self taught not propaganda lead. No fitness is not for everyone, get use to it.
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