Hydrogen Hybrid Technologies Gagillion Competitors
How popular is the "run your car on water scam?" Well, let's put it this way, if you search on that string, you see dozens of paid listings trying to sell you gadgets that claim to do what Hydrogen Hybrid Technologies says it (alone) can do: boost your car by burning water. But the BS continues even outside the shill results. Your top regular search results will be pages like this one, which purport to report on the scam, but instead swear that it's true: that you can run your car (or boost it) with water, and they'll show ya how, if only you pay up for their product.
Yesterday, I noted that one publicly traded disaster, Hydrogen Hybrid Technologies, (financals and other fun stuff here) is the beneficiary of a scummy stock-touting pamphlet that's being mailed across the country -- looks like the same outfit that has mailed bogus "newsletters" on fly-by-night uranium and natty gas producer/wanna bes.
This is a simple case in which people should apply the commonest common sense available.
If you could boost your car's efficiency by simply adding water, why isn't this technology already available in every car sold in the U.S.? The automakers would have billions to gain by using such technology -- if it worked as claimed. They would already have purchased the rights to it, or purchased companies like Hydrogen Hybrid Technologies outright.
The fact that this hasn't happened is your surest proof that this doesn't work. But if you need more, just take another look at those web results.
Hydrogen Hybrid Technologies has all the hallmarks of a zero in the making, a fast zero in the making. As soon as the gullible crowds realize what they're into and the pumpers and short termers like Timmay Sykes realize the jig is up, the jig will be up. In fact, thanks to CAPS, I would say we might already be seeing that today.