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Does Brown's Gas (HHO) work?


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teknurd
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Jul 17, 2008, 7:03 PM

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Does Brown's Gas (HHO) work? Sign In

I read about Brown's Gas online (www.ibuylessgas.com) and want to know if anyone has input on whether it works or not.

It's supposed to improve gas mileage by 75%.

I have a 99 Camry and don't want to mess it up. Any input on this would be helpful. Thanks!


Tom Greenleaf
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Jul 18, 2008, 2:15 AM

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Re: Does Brown's Gas (HHO) work? Sign In

Save you time and money! Water does contain Hydrogen but extracting it takes more engergy then using the energy directly - always did, always will.

The deal would be if energy was wasted otherwise to make hydrogen with waste would be useful.

Example: You have a water turbine in a river in your back yard and can only use so much electricity but the water keeps flowing so you could make it into something you could transport and use later. Hydrogen would then be an interesting choice.

At the moment if you have an oversupply of electricity you can sell it back to the electric company (not all sources of electricity qualify) and use the money to buy gas!

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