Run your car on water


#1

What about those adds for bolt on gas saving units that run water through a car battery powered gizmo then duct a vapor that they call HHO into the air intake. Has anybody tested these water = fuel devices? I am interested in a actual test not opinion.


#2

AGAIN…Don’t you people have anything else to do???

BOGUS…SCAM…

No one I know is DUMB enough to test it.


#3

The manufacturers have tested them, if you read their website blurb it says ‘scientifically proven’.

~ really big grin…


#4

Exactly.


#5

You would think they might even change the verbiage they use.


#6

kdale22: See the other gazillion contributions scattered throughout this web site concerning this subject. My comment: KablooeyB.S. I wonder what degrees these “scientifically proven” testers have? B.S., M.S., or P.H.D.? (Buls@#$, More s@#$, or Piled Higher and Deeper?).


#7

Please make these posts stop!!!


#8

Thousands of suckers have tested it.


#9

P.T. Barnum would be proud of you.


#10

HHO = H20 = water


#11

Barnum is no doubt sitting there in the afterlife and sobbing mournfully because of his inability to participate in the mother of all hoaxes.


#12

Once again we are reminded at the poor preparation in the sciences and critical thinking that many people have!


#13

but it’s so much easier to put on a lab coat and say you’re a scientist/doctor while peddling the useless products you’re making


#14

I run my car on water all the time. It’s in the radiator, but I wouldn’t go anywhere without it!


#15

This product is a ??? ??? ???, ??? ???

And what I said makes as much sense to someone who doesn’t know Russian as this product does to someone who knows anything about physics or chemistry.