'Water-powered car' enigma (was something else very long winded and now irrelevant)

MikeRose (mich_ros@alcor.concordia.ca)
Fri, 25 Apr 1997 01:07:40 -0400 (EDT)

On Thu, 24 Apr 1997, Lee Daniel Crocker wrote:

> > Actually it is, consult Psychedelic Illuminations # 6 on how to convert your
> it. A hydrogen-fueled car may be useful for some applications, but it
> is not practical with present technology, and it is not zero-emission
> if you include the emissions of the power plant used to produce the
> Hydrogen. There's no conspiracy, and there's no free lunch.

The guy in Psychedelic Illuminations had the plans and said that the car
worked. Why would he lie? He didn't mention power plants producing
hydrogen. He just mentioned water and a few (small) batteries.

I cannot remember the details, maybe someone could post them so that we
can clear this issue, I'd like to know if the guy is a barefaced liar!

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