Re: HHO on a moped, has anyone ever tried it?.

Justin La Plante /

> JBUTT Kummerspeck Wrote:

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> Your stupid insults never work.

>

Ahhh but they do. You are back for more after each one you filthy whore.

No relation to the subject but so long as I appear on the thread or OP, you are there. An eternal flame.

Your love is appreciated but you should be spending it on those who deserve it.

Like those poor kids.

Re: HHO on a moped, has anyone ever tried it?.

Justin La Plante /

> JBUTT shit the bed Wrote:

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> You guys are all so similar, if your silly project is tested and others

> can not replicate, oh they’re beginners and are just making mistakes.

> It really DOES WORK REALLY BRO PLEASE BELIEVE ME BRO PLEASE, A SCIENTIST

> WHO FIGURED THIS ALL OUT WAS KILLED BY THE OIL COMPANIES BRO REALLY BRO

> ITS TRUE

>

> it’s always a conspiracy when evidence doesn’t prove what you say. You

> know better smart guy great job

This from the guy who just ignored four links of the systems working in cars, homes and boats to focus on the cheap at-home kit videos.

Michael Strizki is alive and well dipshit.

Jbutt Kummerspeck, you are an absolute HOOT. (edited)

Re: HHO on a moped, has anyone ever tried it?.

Justin La Plante /

His new band name should be

'Captured by Greif Bacon'

Re: HHO on a moped, has anyone ever tried it?.

Totally normal JBOT /

Not landing bub.

But keep on trying, you insinuate I’m gay as if that would be a bad thing, you call me a whore, very anti woman language.

Digging deeper and deeper.... and to joke about kids I don’t have is perhaps the ultimate pathetic move. You’re something else (edited)

Re: HHO on a moped, has anyone ever tried it?.

Snake oil makes the best lubricant.

Re: HHO on a moped, has anyone ever tried it?.

Totally normal JBOT /

hE DiD IT WRoNG!!!!!!!!!!!!

Re: HHO on a moped, has anyone ever tried it?.

Justin La Plante /

> JBUTT is afraid you are gay Wrote:

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> Not landing bub.

>

> you insinuate I’m gay as if that would be a bad

> thing, you call me a whore, very anti woman language.

>

..............lol, WHERE did I insinuate you are gay? paranoid homophobe much?

ANY sex can be a whore darling. You've been away from the world to long. (edited)

Re: HHO on a moped, has anyone ever tried it?.

Justin La Plante /

> JBUTT creeper pants Wrote:

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> and to joke about kids I don’t have is

> perhaps the ultimate pathetic move. You’re something else

Oh, I deeply apologize.

I assumed you had procreated and this absolutely childish banter flame of yours may be drawing away from much needed family time. (edited)

Re: HHO on a moped, has anyone ever tried it?.

Totally normal JBOT /

“But at least you and JBUTT found love, and something to do”

Me and evil are in love?

You are something else.

Re: HHO on a moped, has anyone ever tried it?.

Totally normal JBOT /

Even if I did have kids, you would just immediately go after your image of my imagined relationship with my children?

Out of nowhere?

You’re something else

Re: HHO on a moped, has anyone ever tried it?.

Justin La Plante /

> J juicy BOOTY Wrote:

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> “But at least you and JBUTT found love, and something to do”

>

> “

>

> Me and evil are in love?

>

> You are something else.

Christ, you really are that stupid.

you found love, yes, the obvious obsession with me which has driven you to this point and will do so beyond. Obsessive hatred is a form of love, like it or not.

Sociopaths such as yourself need validation in what ever form they can find, especially after so much isolation and anti-social behavior.

Neither myself or evil are your "boyfriend". You have an obsession fixated on me and you need to express it. Evil and that dingus from ohio do but not so much. Stop limiting yourself to out dated ideas in order to justify bullshit accusations and special pleading.

If you are finding happiness in this and a distraction from the more unhealthy notions in your mind then I am happy to serve in that capacity. I don't need it but you do and you have obvious issues. (edited)

Re: HHO on a moped, has anyone ever tried it?.

Totally normal JBOT /

I’m just generation blame bro

Re: HHO on a moped, has anyone ever tried it?.

Justin La Plante /

> JBUTT donky tales Wrote:

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> I’m just generation blame bro

I don't care what you think you are or what you think I am and if that hasn't sunk in yet, I still don't care.

None of it is "fun" for YOU but it reminds me that things aren't so bad. Some overly white privileged dipshit is pissed off at me on the internet because he didn't like a thing that was said that virtually NO ONE, BUT HIM gives a shit about.

My life isn't THAT and THAT is a place where I would honestly consider blowing my brains out in.

Things could be so much worse. I could be you.

Re: HHO on a moped, has anyone ever tried it?.

Totally normal JBOT /

I’m glad I could help put things in perspective for you

Re: HHO on a moped, has anyone ever tried it?.

Justin La Plante /

> Jsad needs a friend Wrote:

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> I’m glad I could help put things in perspective for you

We both know you put nothing in perspective for anyone, ever.

Yelling at things and people and illusions is a weak part of humanity.

Which causes you to make up bullshit and yell at people you don't know, for reasons you justify to yourself with a very shallow lie.

Billions just like you, every day, lead the rest of us by being very shitty examples.

So the ONE time, you get a carrot and think you can corner something with more bullshit, you need to run with it.

Nothing is in perspective. We are both what we were and what we will be with or without each other.

You didnt learn shit and I only learned that there is one more asshole in the world and unfortunately it was another very talented musician who wastes his time on this kind of bullshit.

Do better for yourself. You DO deserve it despite your very hard work at making it impossible.

I have nothing more to say to you. (edited)

Re: HHO on a moped, has anyone ever tried it?.

Totally normal JBOT /

Can we just agree that hho on a car or moped will use more energy than it produces?

What’s right is right plant

Re: HHO on a moped, has anyone ever tried it?.

> JBOT Admin Wrote:

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> Can we just agree that hho on a car or moped will use more energy than

> it produces?

>

> What’s right is right plant

You can't argue with someone who refuses to learn about thermodynamics

Re: HHO on a moped, has anyone ever tried it?.

Brandon Weiss (Detective brandon to you) /

Huffing Hydrogen Ostensibly

Re: HHO on a moped, has anyone ever tried it?.

Brandon Weiss (Detective brandon to you) /

Hubris, Hydrogenous Optimism

Re: HHO on a moped, has anyone ever tried it?.

Brandon Weiss (Detective brandon to you) /

Haughty Hydrogen Opportunist

Re: HHO on a moped, has anyone ever tried it?.

Totally normal JBOT /

And I do wanna say even though I don’t care for your bullshit, please get the vaccine into your antivax ass.

If youre unlucky enough to get delta that shit will fuck your shit up. it's bad news and is gonna be everywhere soon. Im not even kidding. It’s serious as fuck

Re: HHO on a moped, has anyone ever tried it?.

> Justin La Plante Wrote:

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>

> Filtering with magnets is only needed if you have metal in your feed.

>

> I'm going to focus on converting a moped to a hydrogen locomotive to

> power an electric motor. After some table top testing.

No I'm talking about the magnecules, since the HHO is no longer H2O but it stays held together by magnetic fields arising from toroidal polarization of their electron orbitals making the magnecular HHO (as opposed to mollecular H2O) then possibly you could use the magnetic field to align the magnecules for better burn and high fuel efficiency

Re: HHO on a moped, has anyone ever tried it?.

That's enough trying to best JBot. the smug superiority mixed with witless jabs isnt' helping.

Can we go back to discussing the science of HHO and efficiently running multiple energy conversions in series for maximum efficiency?

Is the current plan using the HHO combustion to heat a sterling? or using the hydrogen directly internal combustion to drive a generator?

What if we used a more efficiency electrolyzer, separated the cathode and anode HH and O, and then used that to power a fuel cell?!

that seems like it could be the least inefficient way to convert electrical energy back into electrical energy to drive a wheel.

Re: HHO on a moped, has anyone ever tried it?.

Totally normal JBOT /

FINE

Good luck. The physics aren’t on your side here.

Pre-bottled hydrogen to run an engine or fuel cell can work sure, but making hydrogen on the fly from water in a vehicle is a no win situation.

Re: HHO on a moped, has anyone ever tried it?.

Justin La Plante /

> Nick MBC Wrote:

>

> You can't argue with someone who refuses to learn about thermodynamics

He wasn't arguing for facts or reality, he wanted to fight on what ever thread he can find me on for the sake of feeling better about himself.

To the point of the OP, YES, on a closed engine system, you lose more than is created. The goal is to create LESS carbon and get the exhaust to burn cleaner.

This is why you supplement the system with an added surplus of energy like solar and a sterling powered by the excessive heat of the reaction.

You can never make a combustion engine running on fossil fuel to magically burn 100% clean without using more energy to scrub the exhaust.

Japan operates an emission standard for factories that has them expending massive amounts of energy to force oxygen into smoke stacks.

In the case of using hydrogen on a direct burn for home and engine power, the system works perfectly so long as you are generating the hydrogen from a renewable source like solar, wind and geo-thermal. Replace photoviotaic with solar concentration and you eliminate the carbon heavy components of solar.

Funny how everyone ignored those links when they were provided and went back to the one video of a guy sticking a cheap HHO on the wrong side of his fire wall without a PWM or battery supplement.

Mike Strizki is alive and well, has been at it for over 20 years and doesn't have a single unhappy customer.

You don't even need a cathode anode exchange system. Just burning the hydrogen and turning it into pneumatic power works just as well and just as clean.

We expend massive amounts of energy and carbon to acquire oil, process it and burn it in combustion engines.

An amount of energy, resource destruction and waste that is never replaced.

If you want engines, space ships and a cheese burger, without all that, you still have to replace one form of energy expense with another.

The only difference is in the amount of carbon added to the atmosphere.

Re: HHO on a moped, has anyone ever tried it?.

Justin La Plante /

In 2021, I actually had to explain the 4 laws of thermodynamics to (what I assume) is an adult.

HOW, do people just assume that engines, of ANY KIND and their fuel, just magically free themselves from entropic activity or expense?

There is no absolute freedom from entropy.

All systems expend or die.

The goal is to limit their expense so the medium they operate in (the biosphere) doesn't die.

Re: HHO on a moped, has anyone ever tried it?.

Justin La Plante /

> Born to be WillD Wrote:

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> > Justin La Plante Wrote:

>

> > -------------------------------------------------------

>

> >

>

> > Filtering with magnets is only needed if you have metal in your feed.

>

> >

>

> > I'm going to focus on converting a moped to a hydrogen locomotive to

>

> > power an electric motor. After some table top testing.

>

> No I'm talking about the magnecules, since the HHO is no longer H2O but

> it stays held together by magnetic fields arising from toroidal

> polarization of their electron orbitals making the magnecular HHO (as

> opposed to mollecular H2O) then possibly you could use the magnetic

> field to align the magnecules for better burn and high fuel efficiency

Mucking through the flames and dumbphuckery, i almost missed the adult in the room.

Good points, I had not even thought about this or even knew of it.

https://www.aanda.org/articles/aa/pdf/2012/07/aa19359-12.pdf

that is some pretty smart shite there.

The possibilities. Magnetic force is often lack luster in some applications but that could be very sound. The added energy expense might not make it viable or cause the effect desired though.

Until I saw the cosmos reboot, I did not know that electron elevation differentials is what causes color.

Thank you for brightening up this thread with something other than anecdotes and egomaniacle tripe.

Re: HHO on a moped, has anyone ever tried it?.

♣Slew Foot♣ /

Electrons are a lie...

There is no zero.

There are no constants.

Science did lie for a couple centuries...

Rodain coils tesla turbines tesla valves. Static generators and that weird thing isolating two grounds and set of tunes where water falling through the coils gets its polarity collected until it reaches 6000v then it discharges Lord Kelvin generator .

and say you attached a furball on the turbine axis and drove a van de Graff comb. Sphere.

The microwave spark plug to turn water into superheated steam and drive a standard engine.

Re: HHO on a moped, has anyone ever tried it?.

Justin La Plante /

> ♣Slew Foot♣ Wrote:

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> Electrons are a lie...

>

> There is no zero.

>

> There are no constants.

>

> Science did lie for a couple centuries...

>

> Rodain coils tesla turbines tesla valves. Static generators and that

> weird thing isolating two grounds and set of tunes where water falling

> through the coils gets its polarity collected until it reaches 6000v

> then it discharges Lord Kelvin generator .

> and say you attached a furball on the turbine axis and drove a van de

> Graff comb. Sphere.

>

> The microwave spark plug to turn water into superheated steam and drive

> a standard engine.

Nice. Very nice.

I like the channel. He is like a clean cut, younger thunderfoot without the anti-feminism and theocracy banter.

Re: HHO on a moped, has anyone ever tried it?.

Justin La Plante /

OF course, thunder foot makes some metallic water.

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