danceswithmoney Tuesday, 12/07/10 01:57:11 PM Re: pdgood post# 420 Post # of 491 Circle talk brother. Get back on point and answer the questions presented to you. You're still missing the point captain. (I can use dumbed down words too pal and buddy.) The H produced by the wildcat system is specifically designed to produce an amount to improve fuel efficiency without engine degradation, OR engine strain from the electrolysis. You're missing the point that the HLNT wildcat system is designed to consistently save >/=10% on fuel costs due to improving combustion. The $1800 is well justified to the RV, OTR, and AG industries based on ROI from fuel savings. Why produce more than is necessary? My points on the oxygen came from your assesment on 'many other systems' that separate the hydrogen and oxygen and only deliver hydrogen and the fact that atmosphere with, even a little, more content of O is beneficial. You still have to explain these oxygen/hydrogen electrolysis and element separation systems and define who/what is 'many'. Go back through the thread chain and get back on point with the questions. You're still doing the circle talk and redirection instead of answering ALL of the questions presented to you. AND you still have YET to visit HLNT and test the unit yourself!