The Junior College and the Automotive Fuel Conversion

Junior colleges typically prepare students for industrial or service occupations or further education at college and university. Most junior colleges have some sort of automotive rubric including hands on work with vehicle repair. In vehicle installations may or may not be part of what is done there. If is not factory related it may not be done. This ignores a lot of what may actually happen in the post factory automotive industry.

Under the hood there are customizations that can be made to improve vehicle performance and efficiency. The engine of a modern car in the 21st century is still internal combustion regardless of the fuel source, unless it is a wholly electric vehicle- still a rarity today in 2008. Some alternatives in fuel sources exist that can be added directly to the tank. Other alternative include gases that can combust in the engine in the same manner that gasoline, gasohol, and grease can. Methane is a standard conversion which greatly helps fuel efficiency. The cost of methane is lower than these other fuels. The most impressive efficiency leap is the use of hydrogen. Automotive manufacturers have encouraged the development of hydrogen fuel cells, yet the market is bereft of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles. The oil industry has attempted to keep control of the automotive fuel consumption element of the fuel industry. This makes little sense because NASA proved that hydrogen is an efficient fuel that can be derived from water. Later applied scientists such as Stanley Meyer used an inductance coil to break water apart into component atoms rapidly enough to produce engine fuel from the water that is coming through the standard fuel line from the gas tank of the car. People who work in alternative fuel garage shops know for sure that they would be able to use such a coil in water to convert a car into a “NASA car”. You would need Meyer or another inventor’s coil in water design, it is not just a bubbler like some of the frauds on the internet are trying to suggest. Water vapor is not useful to the engine. The hydrogen must be seperated using an inductance coil that focuses electrons in a sufficient intensity to produce a violent microspark that breaks each h2o molecule into three hydrogen and oxygen atoms. The resultant gas flows directly into the engine as the ic fuel source and is ignited by the spark plugs. It does look like something you might carry water in because that is big enough to do the work.

Converting ordinary 10-50 mpg vehicles to “NASA cars” is worth $250 an hour which is good pay for a person in junior college. Of course the person who teaches the course will make a lot more than that because he or she is providing the kits themselves because they have done the electrical work necessary to prove a parallel invention or one in-line with an existing patent, and have signed a contract with the patent holder to allow production with the patent number included in the material of the product sold so there is no confusion regarding ownership of intellectual property.

I believe that Meyers may have an inductance coil design which non-unique for breaking water at a rate acceptable to automotive use of water for fuel. I suggest attempting an alternative with different specifications if you would like to challenge his brother’s patent holding (Meyers was murdered it is reported). Otherwise you can strike a deal with Meyer’s brother. It is important to recognize that the future of fuel is not the same thing as, for example, how this particular occurence of death affects the patent office (given that ethical issues were raised). The idea that the patent can be challenged as semi-redundant due to well known properties of coil dynamics is proof of that. You can ask an physics teacher with a good background in math to produce a coil that will have sufficience microintensity to beat Stanley, no offense dude. Good luck fighting over patent rights in court though, haha. Establishing trust is an essential part of going into business in America. Not just a handshake, but a written contract, trackable accountability, and knowing for certain what the court precedents and practical alternatives are if things that have been written go differently than stated by both parties.

So you need a person who understands electrical physics, a means to fabricate, and at least one auto shop that can establish a way to do this as business. You do not need to ask NASCAR, NASA, or nasty people who are full of doubt. Make sure your business plan is viable for at least two years, and that you are a car person, before getting into this.

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