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Old 05-23-2008, 02:16 AM   #76
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Re: PICC and hydro assist fuel cell

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Moppie- I have better things to do than argue with people about whether or not something works when I have seen it work. Buy one or don't buy one, I don't care. It makes absolutely no difference to me. I'll admit I don't fully understand the science behind how it works but since I have seen it work, I don't care how it works. I only care that it does work.

So far we have your belief that you have seen it work, and a whole lot of science that says otherwise.

You keep believing in your flat earth, and I will keep my money.
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Old 05-26-2008, 04:24 PM   #77
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Re: PICC and hydro assist fuel cell

Curtis- I understand what you meant now, but now you misread what I said I was about 240-ish and his topped 260. He had to shut his off to let it cool, while I let mine idle and was back down to 160 within a minute. Here's another pointless example. I went to a drive-up window yesterday and was in line for about 10 minutes after driving 3 miles through the city with the A/C on to get there. I turned the heater on high while I was in line and the temp guage slowly rose to about 250 and then stayed there, so if a blower motor will keep the coolant in the safe zone, do I really need a radiator fan? I do know what you're saying though, there's no way I'd ever use an electric fan on my truck unless it was an add-on for the trans, oil and P/S coolers.

Moppie- This precious science you keep bringing up changes constantly. When I was in elementary school we had 9 planets, there are 8 now. Ironically, your science also thought at one time that that earth was indeed flat. I know you hate hearing it (and somehow I'm an idiot for thinking that the humans can improve), but if all we did was look back and see it couldn't be done and from that conclude that it could never be done, we'd be sitting naked in caves. The simple fact is that this does work.

And I'm still waiting to hear how my testing was flawed.
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Re: PICC and hydro assist fuel cell

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Curtis- I went to a drive-up window yesterday and was in line for about 10 minutes after driving 3 miles through the city with the A/C on to get there. I turned the heater on high while I was in line and the temp guage slowly rose to about 250 and then stayed there, so if a blower motor will keep the coolant in the safe zone, do I really need a radiator fan?
Absolutely yes. 250 is too hot. I'm surprised you didn't blow a hose or a radiator or boil over. Left too long at temps above 230 can cook oil and cause serious engine damage.
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Moppie- This precious science you keep bringing up changes constantly.
Bollocks.
The laws of thermodynamics haven't changed since their inception.
That is 1824 by Sidi Carnot.
Carnot was a very clever man, he also predicted the limiting efficiency of any thermodynamic cycle (Carnot Efficiency). Those laws haven't been broken either.

I should add, everyone who claims to have broken the above laws has turned out to be either stupid or a fraud. Mr Lee is in the second camp, his customers in the first.
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Moppie- This precious science you keep bringing up changes constantly. When I was in elementary school we had 9 planets, there are 8 now. Ironically, your science also thought at one time that that earth was indeed flat. I know you hate hearing it (and somehow I'm an idiot for thinking that the humans can improve), but if all we did was look back and see it couldn't be done and from that conclude that it could never be done, we'd be sitting naked in caves. The simple fact is that this does work.

Right, so I think I understand this now.

If I buy one of these devices, the magic inside is only activated if I have enough faith.

Can it be any faith, or does it need to a monotheistic one?

Will the results vary depending on how much faith I have, or is it a constant effect?
For example for regular daily driving is it ok to just have a little faith, and get average results, then have lots and lots of faith for long trips so I can really save on fuel?

Does this also mean I get better millage driving to and from church, and what happens if I have to visit a non-supported faith center, is it possible I could get worse millage than with out the device?

If I run out of faith, is it possible to buy more?
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Old 05-27-2008, 02:44 AM   #81
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And I'm still waiting to hear how my testing was flawed.
Your in-ability to explain it consistently is a good start.
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Re: PICC and hydro assist fuel cell

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Absolutely yes. 250 is too hot. I'm surprised you didn't blow a hose or a radiator or boil over. Left too long at temps above 230 can cook oil and cause serious engine damage.
With a 15 PSI radiator cap, 260 is safe for coolant. As far as oil goes, I'm not too concerned about a few minutes a couple times per oil change. As it is, the oil still looks and smells almost new when I drain it.

Moppie- One day you'll see that you are wrong. On topic #1, it's never too late, you can always get one. On topic #2 it will be too late once you find out you were wrong.
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Re: PICC and hydro assist fuel cell

Here's some unbiased testing and discussion of a hydrogen generator.

http://www.eng-tips.com/viewthread.cfm?qid=163254
http://www.eng-tips.com/viewthread.c...=218003&page=1
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Moppie- One day you'll see that you are wrong. On topic #1, it's never too late, you can always get one. On topic #2 it will be too late once you find out you were wrong.

Will this be before or after Armageddon?
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Re: PICC and hydro assist fuel cell

I've seen the "god is my copilot" bumper stickers. Now I'm thinking something like "god is miraculously splitting water molecules in my tank."
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"God is my petrol pump"
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Will this be before or after Armageddon?
Well, once Armageddon begins it will be too late, so probably slightly after.
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Re: PICC and hydro assist fuel cell

Never used it but I see no way it will work. If you cut off your converters would you get the same or better results? I,m calling B.S.
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