The web site…

 http://water4gas.com/2books.htm

  …speaks of 1,833 gallons of hydrogen and oxygen production from one gallon of water in their electrolysis device.  They go on to suggest this will last for months of driving.

The typical sub-compact automobile consumes over 300 gallons of air per minute at typical power generating RPMs (data converted from http://ptaff.ca/air/?lang=en_CA#table3).

If the Water 4 Gas device is turning energy into hydrogen and oxygen at such a slow rate compared to the large volumes of gas flow through the engine, how are we to believe it makes any difference at all.

03 June 2008 · Topic: Antennas · Tags:

If you are new to ham radio, CB or scanner listening you may have been told magnetic antennas are less efficient than comparable antennas that attach via a direct physical connection.

The answer is… it depends. However, magnetic mount antennas seem to receive more criticism than they deserve and for VHF and higher frequencies the coupling they provide from shield to vehicle body may, indeed, be superior than other mount methods.

The details are available at this article from COSjwt…

http://www.cosjwt.com/index.php?a=3

Read this and know magnetic antennas are a viable option for the CBer, Ham and scanner listener.