I just don't see that as feasible for many, a lot of battery power to try and store for those who do not have electric outlets available.Time to buy stock....? Keeping it from freezing in the winter is easy, just have a tank warmer.
Coal power is incredibly efficient and the US has the world's largest low-sulfur coal reserves. We have enough to last millenia.Well, it's a good idea but doesn't totally get rid of using fossil fuels.
He uses and electrolysis process with the water and electricity, and how is electricity made? Hence not omiting fossil fuels entirely.[/b]
I never took chem class, but I think I know a bit to explain the difference:Only one major question... how do you keep it from freezing in cold weather?
Somebody with more chemical knowledge also needs to explain to me the difference between HHO and H2O.
Coal power is incredibly efficient and the US has the world's largest low-sulfur coal reserves. We have enough to last millenia.
Sure, it still pollutes, but it's a hell of a lot cheaper. If it were easily feasible to power your car with coal, it would run 1/15th of the cost it takes to run it with gasoline.
There is no such thing as HHO. It's a fabrication of the guy in the video. HHO's structure would be H-H-O, which is impossible in the chemical world (middle H has too many bonds).I never took chem class, but I think I know a bit to explain the difference:
H2O = Hydrogen-di-oxyde. One hydrogen molecule, two oxygen molecules. H2O = liquid
HHO = Di-hydrogen-oxyde. Two hydrogen molecules, one oxygen molecule. HHO = gas