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danceswithmoney   Monday, 12/06/10 06:55:44 PM
Re: pdgood post# 402
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Again, with the con man tactics. Answer questions directly, with sources to back your claims. Refrain from answering questions with questions.

You said, and I quote,
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Many systems eliminate the oxygen in order ta have pure hydrogen gas.



Explain that. Don't toss me into a bunch of links with HHO systems. Explain your statement -->
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Many systems eliminate the oxygen in order ta have pure hydrogen gas.



Do not redirect. Do not change the subject. Explain that statement.

And, while you're at it, explain how running an IC system with a richer content of oxygen doesn't help combustion. As you said, and I quote
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Not a necessary step but the complete burn is all about hydrogen.

So, by your science the rockets that go into space burning hydrogen do not need the additional oxygen they bring along for combustion?? lol



Here is a good video I just showed to my 12 year old about rockets since we're buiilding a modified kit in our backyard that will get the propulsion from a small hydrogen cell to launch in the spring. http://spaceplace.nasa.gov/en/kids/phonedrmarc/2003_april.shtml



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