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Any one running their car on water?
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I’ve seen many websites that claim that internal combustion engines can be run on water/petrol (gas) mixtures. Is this really true? Has anyone actually done this?
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Hello
Food for the Nation.
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#3
Water? Seriously? I never heard about it.
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#4
There is no such thing as free electricity or perpetual motion. Nothing in life comes totally free.
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