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Water as Fuel Supplement

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Water as Fuel Supplement

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Date: Thursday - May 8, 2008
Host: George Noory
Guests: Ari Cohen, Fred Gutierrez

During the middle two hours, Ari Cohen & Fred Gutierrez of water4gas spoke about the technology for converting water into hydrogen, which can be used as a supplement for gasoline or diesel in order to boost performance and increase gas mileage. The conversion device installed in a car or truck, allows the engine to burn water as well as gasoline. This "hydrogen on demand" system was actually invented 100 years ago, but has been more recently popularized by Ozzie Freedom, who authored two e-books on the subject, said Cohen.

According to Cohen & Gutierrez, the device, which includes a couple vacuum hoses and wires, is fairly simple to install. It uses a little electricity from the car battery to separate water into a gas called HHO (2 parts Hydrogen + 1 Oxygen) which helps the engine run a little cooler and burn fuel more efficiently. Cohen compared the system to a person taking a diet pill, which tells your brain you're not hungry.

The ionization process of the electrolysis pulls and separates the oxygen from the hydrogen, explained Gutierrez, who has installed some five hundred systems in vehicles. Finally, there's a useable technology that allows people to do something to counteract the high price of gas, as well as get a tax break for using a hybrid system, they noted.

The last hour of the show featured Open Lines.

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Bumper music from Thursday May 08, 2008

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