Water vs. Gasoline

Gasoline prices keep going up everyday, while vehicle fuel economy has stayed the same for about 50 years. Still, as bad as it is buying fuel, gasoline contains a great deal of energy per volume. You can travel quite a long distance in most vehicles on one gallon of gasoline. Small motorcycles can go 80 miles on a gallon of gas. A 2000lb car can go about 35 miles on a single gallon of gas.

 

When compared to alcohol, propane, natural gas, or compressed hydrogen, gasoline is the most practical fuel. With gasoline, a car doesn't need a large fuel tank to travel long distances. Gasoline is very easy to store and transport. Alcohol is pretty good, but has 30% less energy per volume than gasoline. Propane, hydrogen and natural gas are not as easy to store and distribute, and they too contain less energy per volume than gasoline. Liquid gasoline is really the king of practical fuels. It works well for many applications. Unfortunately, it also kills people. Medical experts say that thousands of people die every year from air pollution caused by burning gasoline and other fossil fuels.

Gasoline is great for a fuel, but it is not great for our planet. Gasoline does not burn clean. It is a carbon based fuel, and when carbon based fuels burn, they produce harmful pollution. Gasoline combustion requires oxygen, which it pulls from the atmosphere. The combustion process converts the oxygen into carbon monoxide, a poisonous gas. Gasoline creates smog, it destroys the air, and it removes the oxygen from this great planet. We are being killed slowly by using a dirty fuel source.

Hydrogen from water fuel is so much cleaner than gasoline, that the two cannot really be compared. Hydrogen is a life saving miracle of a fuel, while gasoline is a perfect killer. If you start a car in your garage and shut the doors, you will die if your car runs on gasoline. Gasoline combustion is lethal. On the other hand, hydrogen burns so clean, that it actually purifies the air as it burns. Hydrogen and oxygen mix together during combustion, and they form H2O. H2O is the only by product from hydrogen combustion. Hydrogen combustion does not release carbon monoxide, a poisonous gas, nor does it leave carbon deposits because it does not contain carbon.

When water is used to make hydrogen, the oxygen comes from the water, therefore no outside oxygen is needed from the atmosphere. Every fuel except water requires external oxygen. Water fuel is the only fuel that can release its own oxygen therby preventing the depletion of oxygen on the planet. This fact alone makes water fuel a necessity, not a luxury. We deplete more and more oxygen everyday, and the oxygen content of the earth is continuing to drop. We cannot survive like this, we need water fuel.

Fuel Type: BTU's Per Gallon Octane Rating: Additional Info:
Gasoline 115,000 86-94 Easy to store and transport. Too expensive, destroys the planet and produces lethal fumes. Low octane, can easily c
Diesel 130,000 8-15 Highest BTU's per volume. Long fuel range per tank. Smells terrible, diesel engines too loud, black smoke, smog, acid rain, and soot.
Propane 84,000 104 60% less pollution than gasoline. Easier to store than hydrogen. Can be used for many different things, including cooking and home heating.
Ethanol 80,000 100 25% cleaner than gasoline. Renewable. Low BTUs per volume. Destroys natural rubber.
Natural Gas 38,000 120 Cleaner than propane, composed of mainly methane. Low BTUs per volume. Not good for long range vehicles, high pressure storage tanks needed.
Hydrogen Gas 6,500 130+ 6,500 BTU @ 3000 psi. 16,000 BTU @ 10,000 psi.
Water Fuel (HHO) 48,000 130+ Hydrogen and oxygen released from water burn and convert back into pure water. Zero pollution. Zero oxygen depletion. The exhaust (h2o) can be reused as the fuel, or used for drinking. Water is always free from lakes, streams, rain, snow, etc. Cleans the air when it is burned. Acts a catalyst to help dirty fuels burn cleaner and more thoroughly. Can be added to any gasoline powered car with almost no modifications. Hydrogen has the highest heat value per lb @ 52,000 B.T.U.s.