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After he passed away, the U.S. Government seized most of his work associated to the hydrogen fuel cell. His patents remain and what work his brother did get back from the feds remain also. There are some papers that were never recovered, whether lost or stolen, but the general work he conducted is still in existence.
You didn't answer the question, you side-stepped.

If it's possible, why can't anyone reproduce it?
post #32 of 77
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You didn't answer the question, you side-stepped.

If it's possible, why can't anyone reproduce it?
There have been many to reproduce it. The ones who have made their invention publicly known have all died under mysterious circumstances. There was one in particular that lived in Australia, he built a hydrogen powered car and made an attempt to market his work. The government told him to keep quiet and that only he could use the technology. He refused and when he did he was ultimately killed. He supposedly ran off the road and hit a tree.

Honda built a car using a similar technology, but before the car could go into production Japan is hit by a massive earthquake which destroys the power plant that powered the Honda production facility.
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There have been many to reproduce it. The ones who have made their invention publicly known have all died under mysterious circumstances. There was one in particular that lived in Australia, he built a hydrogen powered car and made an attempt to market his work. The government told him to keep quiet and that only he could use the technology. He refused and when he did he was ultimately killed. He supposedly ran off the road and hit a tree.

Honda built a car using a similar technology, but before the car could go into production Japan is hit by a massive earthquake which destroys the power plant that powered the Honda production facility.
Wikipedia also has a nice phrase for this:

[Citation Needed]
post #34 of 77
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There have been many to reproduce it. The ones who have made their invention publicly known have all died under mysterious circumstances. There was one in particular that lived in Australia, he built a hydrogen powered car and made an attempt to market his work. The government told him to keep quiet and that only he could use the technology. He refused and when he did he was ultimately killed. He supposedly ran off the road and hit a tree.

Honda built a car using a similar technology, but before the car could go into production Japan is hit by a massive earthquake which destroys the power plant that powered the Honda production facility.

can you provide multiple cases of said inventor who died in misterious accident
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Wikipedia also has a nice phrase for this:

[Citation Needed]
Haha, you're funny. What a way to respond to my answer!
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can you provide multiple cases of said inventor who died in misterious accident
http://pesn.com/2006/06/02/9500276_W...er_threatened/
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No, the problem is definitely getting hydrogen. Currently, it takes more energy to create hydrogen than it does actually burning the stuff. The same can be said for ethanol/biofuel. Once we figure out a way to sustainably harvest hydrogen from whatever cheaply without using energy, the hard part is over.
This. When its used in cars, alternative fuels look very clean. However, people often forget to consider what it takes to make that fuel into a usable state.
    
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I'll be the first to admit that I don't know much about chemestry, but this all sounds too fishy. All the articles from that website seem to reference 'Professor Kanarev", who has many "published" papers about his electrolosys hydrogen generation method, but none of them are submitted to a peer reviewed journal, so I'm unconvinced.

If such an engine is possible, the science will back him [and everyone else] up. So, why doesn't it?
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If such an engine is possible, the science will back him [and everyone else] up. So, why doesn't it?
So many questions, huh? I didn't build the thing. Why would all these people risk their lives and invest so much time and effort in creating something that wouldn't be plausible? Or something that would be of no practical use?

A decade ago you had car manufacturers and scientists say this or that technology exists and by five years from now you will see a market for it. Today, those same people say that the "car of the future" is just a year or two away from completion. They try to get people pumped up about some new invention that will change the we travel. Oil companies want people to think an alternate fuel source is just around the corner.
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Honda built a car using a similar technology, but before the car could go into production Japan is hit by a massive earthquake which destroys the power plant that powered the Honda production facility.
Am I the only one who noticed this? lol, so the powers that be can control earthquakes now?



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if you use physics to its fullest cappacity you could in theory get more then you put in
I'm not going to even bother explaining why you're wrong, but you're wrong.
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