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Wes Hamel

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Water Engine technology

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Coincidentally, Stan Meyer, of the first clip on this video, died ‘mysteriously’ soon after he became involved with the Pentagon and proved that his water fueled vehicle could actually travel all the way from L.A. to New York on 22 gallons of WATER.


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Uploaded 2 weeks ago  

July 29th 2022  

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9 Comments

GordonVigurs

- 2 weeks ago  

Connecting the hydrolysis cell to the battery is suspect, to say the least. The engine is effectively running off the battery, but unlike using an electric motor, which would use 95% of the power, the overall efficiency will be about 20%. I suppose a public which falls for the BS of climate catastrophe, will swallow anything. I like the usual 'hidden technology' narrative, suppressed by vested interests of the oil companies and/or the government - that is usually the give-away.

Wes Hamel

- 2 weeks ago  

Where is your inventiveness? It's an electrical generator. Surely in can be configured with the battery as just the start up. It's good to have alternatives, especially one with a resource as vast as the ocean and a byproduct of water. It burns cleaner and lubrication would last much longer. If you're on this page you know I'm no BS climate crisis advocate. Also wouldn't this be a way of purifying water? Let's not discount this device so quickly. There might even be advantages we do not yet know of.

GordonVigurs

- 2 weeks ago  

There is the little matter of the First Law of Thermodynamics. The amount of energy needed to decompose the water is greater than the power output of the engine, so the device will run until the battery discharges. It is sleight of hand.

Wes Hamel

- 2 weeks ago  

So you're saying the energy it takes to run that power tool is not enough to recharge the battery? Is that correct?

GordonVigurs

- 2 weeks ago  

It is not a matter of power, but of energy. The only energy source is the battery. The hydrogen produced by electrolysis will obviously power the engine, but for how long?

Wes Hamel

- 2 weeks ago  

We have a 3000watt generator 120vac 25 amp capacity. In the video he shows a 20 amp inline fuse between battery and hydrolysis cell. This fuse did not blow. It seems to me they could route wires from the plug to the necessary converter/transformer for 12vdc which would run the engine and recharge the battery.

GordonVigurs

- 2 weeks ago  

Temporarily yes some power could be re-routed to charge the battery, but it could not be self-sustaining. The bottom line is the hydrolysis is a net consumer of energy. The amount of energy recovered will not be sufficient to prevent the battery from discharging. Feeding back the generator output will slow the process down, but ultimately the only net power source is the battery.

Wes Hamel

- 2 weeks ago  

If I understand what you are saying. If you disconnected the battery, after initial start up, the engine would not run on it's own electrical 3000w output when run through a converter/step down transformer device.

GordonVigurs

- 2 weeks ago  

Exactly. The hydrolysis does not generate net power, it consumes it.