Dear Mr. President: How you can secure the 2020 election.

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Should President Trump intervene and release high mileage carborators?

  1. Yes... .definitely.....

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  2. No.... this could decrease profits for oil companies.

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  3. No... that would be illegal..... the patent laws are sacred.... they cannot be violated.

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  4. I am not sure but I will research this idea further.

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  1. DennisTate

    DennisTate Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    Dennis Tate
    RR#2 Sherbrooke, N. S. Canada

    May 11, 2017

    President Donald J. Trump
    Trump Tower, New York, N.Y., USA

    Dear Mr. President:

    After teaching English in Quito, Ecuador for over a year I returned home
    to Canada determined to be more politically active. I did campaign for
    public office four times already but only got a total of 41 votes. I do marvel
    at the way that you got the G. O. P. nomination and then defeated a
    worthy opponent indeed.

    Mr. President, U.S.A. patent laws are being applied in a way that tends to
    destroy American companies and sets up a situation where jobs are exported
    to third world nations.

    Because you are the President of the United States you have the authority to
    over rule those laws under certain conditions, for the benefit of 99.9% of
    Americans, (and Canadians for that matter).


    Ocean acidification...


    I was told about two similar instances occurring here in Atlantic Canada over these
    past four decades but in both of the cases that I know about, it was an experimental
    Ford product that got astonishingly high mileage.

    My suggestion Sir is that you void the patent laws keeping high mileage carborators off the market
    in a number of cases to allow all U.S.A. auto makers to release full sized cars and
    trucks that get double or triple the gas mileage that they do at this time.

    Thank you for considering this option Sir.

    All the best in 2020.

    Dennis Tate
     
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    Why Dennis, do you want to bankrupt the Canadian tar sands corporations?
    With such efficiency, demand will plumet, oil will be $25 and the companies will go belly up.
    Besides, if oil is too cheap, people with be rushing to buy more cars and that would be bad for the environment (not necessarily in terms of air polution but in terms of consuming more steel, copper, rubber, plastics, etc.)

    :alcoholic:
     
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    DennisTate Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    I have a theory on why a full sized experimental Ford LTD during the '70's
    ended up being purchased near Bridgewater, Nova Scotia.

    On the surface, you might tend to think that this was an error but
    I suspect that employees at Ford, knew that these experimental
    high mileage carborators should be on the market, so they made sure
    that a couple of them got out there so that a few customers could
    begin what many would think of as an "Urban Legend" (but.... this
    would be a true legend).

    Apparently the man in Bridgewater, N. S., thought that the gas gauge must be
    broken and took the car in to be looked at. His car was confiscated and
    he never saw it again. He was given another Ford L.T.D. that got terrible
    mileage just like other LTD's.

    The customer near Moncton, N. B., Canada was much wiser. He
    immediately knew what he had on his hands and he held out until
    Ford paid him several million dollars to buy back his experimental
    model Ford.

    That several million dollar pay out was exactly what some employees at
    Ford were probably hoping for though. That was one of the best forms of advertising
    that they could possibly have done. President Donald J. Trump has been set
    up by some ethical employees of Ford who knew that high mileage carborators
    should be on the market so that Americans can again afford to go for
    Sunday drives!
     
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    DennisTate Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    Actually.... another poster here drew my attention to
    a threat to the USA economy that is so great that drastic
    measures need to be taken to ensure that this does not
    actually happen.

    When up against billionaire George Soros and his team it is necessary to
    come out with a gambit that will put most Americans in a rather
    optimistic mood!

    http://www.politicalforum.com/index...s-early-as-2016.397835/page-8#post-1067354662


     
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    DennisTate Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    Here is a writing that I did a number of years ago on
    how even the laws of G-d should not be applied in a way
    that is harmful to people.

    So if the laws of G-d can be bent to accommodate
    the trials and difficulties faced in life.... then how much
    more so the patent laws of mankind?

    An apology to all members of the military and police!
     
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    I hear if we just added 1 cup of water to every gallon of gas, you can save a ton of gas over time and it keeps your motor cleaner.
     
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    DennisTate Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    My wife told me a Spanish proverb......
    "Mas sabe el diablo, por que el diablo es mas anciano, y el diablo........ es el diablo!"

    "More wise is the Devil...... because the Devil is older....... and the Devil....... IS the Devil!"

    You are wise indeed TheGreatSatan!


    https://waterpoweredcar.com/stanmeyer.html

    .....
     
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    First off, Trump didn't beat a worthy opponent, he beat Hillary. It's really not something to marvel at. And secondly, from the looks of the way Democrats have been responding I'm currently confident that he has already secured the 2020 election.
     
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    Just so you know, I was joking, "trying" to be funny... But really though... Don't go adding water to your gas ;)
     
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    Yes, and if you shove a potato up the exhaust pipe it will nearly double your mileage. The more water you put in your gas tank the better. No doubt of that.

    Actually, it cost a couple thousand dollars to repair when someone but water in our vehicles and boats gas tanks, plus the lost fuel. Big boats hold a lot of fuel.
     
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    Carburetors haven't been used in cars for years. Probably why you can't actually spell the word.
     
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    Thank you! The official copy of my message has not been sent off to President Trump yet so I will correct the
    spelling before doing so.

    In the mean time here are some updates on this topic:


    Ocean acidification...

    ....
     
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    Wow!


     
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    Interesting... this verifies what my friend R. Benvie told me back
    in the 1980's.

    He had heard that it was Ford cars that had the high mileage experimental carburators.


    Another poster here verifies the story......


     
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    This sure makes sense!

    Note: Do you see the arrow pointing upward just after the name of the person being quoted?

    Click on that up arrow and you go directly back to the original post!


     
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    . All you can really do to make fuel delivery to an engine more efficient is to make a better fuel/ air mix. Hoaxes like vastly better carburetors and water injection have been around a long time and always prove to be a hoax.
     
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    1) "Miracle carburetors" are fiction.
    2) All cars are now fuel-injected, as fuel injection is far better than any carburetor.
    3) The so-called president doesn't believe in global warming.
    4) He picked the CEO of Exxon for his team - you think he gives a rat's patootie about gas mileage?
    5) I doubt Trump even knows what a carburetor is.
     
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    Stanley Meyer was offered a billion dollars for his invention......
    he turned down the offer......
    and soon died under mysterious circumstances.

    Those two high mileage Ford products were common knowledge up
    here in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, Canada.

    My theory is that ethical Ford
    employees wanted people to know about this so sneaking them up here
    was a good way to get the word out.
     
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    It is true that a minuscule percentage of Americans could lose money
    if high mileage carburetors were put on the market but most sectors of
    the economy would boom because the costs of getting products and
    services to the market would be greatly decreased.

    This boom in most sectors of the market would cause an increase in optimism... which actually could boost revenue for many companies that the oil companies have investments in.

    Oil companies have been diversifying and are in a better position to benefit from high mileage carburetors being on the market than they were back in the 1970's.
     
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    How bout a revision to the patent laws that *someone* must be profiting off of the sale of the patented product and that suppressing the technology does not equate to 'profitting' for the purposes of the law.

    This would dissalow the use of patents as a technology 'hider' while still allowing folks to protect their intellectual property.

    Not that theres a chance in hell of this ever happening in our current state of corporately controlled govt.
     
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    "Dear Mr. President: How you can secure the 2020 election."

    decriminalize marijuana
     
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    I met a guy who put a homemade hydrogen fuel cell in his car and swore up and down that it nearly doubled his gas mileage. Of course, that's impossible what with the law of conservation of energy and all (or is that a theory?)... but I still wanna try it.

    For those unfamiliar, you run electrical current through water and it seperates the H2O into H and O2. The H and O2 (separated) are then piped into the combustion chamber and increase the energy of the gasoline combustion. According to Science, this won't work because the electrical energy (generated by the engine) required to separate the water would be greater than the extra energy provided at combustion. But, other than claiming he broke the laws of physics, this guy seemed pretty on the level.

    I don't think its too far outside the realm of possibility to imagine that such a corrupt, pervasive, manipulative system such as ours that hides technology for profit and control would find a way to hide or alter the very scientific principles that technology originates from.
     
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    Thank you for commenting.......
    but I am convinced that you are incorrect about the existence of high mileage carburetors.


    https://www.farmshow.com/view_articles.php?a_id=822

    100 Mpg Carburetors: Do They Really Work?

     
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    I like this idea very much!
     
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    DennisTate Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    One theory on how this may NOT violate the Law of Conservation of Energy is that
    the process of breaking water into hydrogen and oxygen somehow taps into
    Energy from Quantum Vacuum.

    http://www.theorionproject.org/en/hydroxy.html

    Hydroxy Gas Energy Systems

    Here is an updated version of this page:


    http://www.siriusdisclosure.com/hydroxy/
     
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