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

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Should President Trump intervene and release high mileage carborators?

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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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    Is there a substantial scientific consensus on the existence of quantum vacuum?
     
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    DennisTate Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    The idea of Energy from Quantum Vacuum does sure seem to fit with
    String Theory......
    and String Theory in some form is essentially agreed on by
    most modern Theoretical Physicists.

    Here are some relevant quotations on String Theory from back
    in the 1990's.....

    www.CarbonBias.blogspot.ca/

     
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    i googled quantum vacuum and learned some cool stuff.

    i also googled quantum vacuum tesla and learned some cool stuff :p
     
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    DennisTate Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    Over a thousand years ago a Jewish Rabbi named Judah Ben Samuel stated that
    1917, 1967 and 2017 were Jubilee years.

    I am convinced that Mr. Donald Trump, in spite of all his flaws because we
    are all flawed.... has the courage to actually tackle subjects like this that
    are very controversial.

    Until I met my gifted Ecuadorian wife I had no idea that Christians still got
    prophetic message that actually come to pass. But since the year 2000 she
    has introduced me to this movement and I do believe that the prediction that
    President Trump's role somehow ties in with Isaiah 45 is a valid prediction that
    we will see occur.............

    I believe that he and his team will actually attempt to drain the Washington, D. C. swamp and
    I do believe that he will attempt to break the average American out of the
    situation where a tiny segment of the population unjustly benefit from our
    ignorance.
     
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    I like Trump too. I see him turning farther and farther from what I *thought* he was when I voted for him... but Ill reserve judgement. He earned his four years, and I still support him.
     
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    Some sugar will also work wonders, and also salt and even diatomaceous earth as well as powdered carborundum

    And you should all go to your C prompt and delete some system or another, you can easily find it for yourself

    It's all good man
    Thank god for that, because we all know that oil has NO use outside of making gasoline to run cars. I mean it's totally useless for like power plants, heating, even making plastics. They surely would have gone out of business even if they had bought the invention and used it themselves.

    And water is just amazing, all that energy in a ground state still being usable, that's why the oceans catch fire and burn so much

    After Trump does this he can start that project to make Gold from sea water, then maybe he can invite that mysterious Nigerian Prince over to pay off the National Debt
     
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    Its funny cuz you *can* extract gold from seawater. Its actually one of the most efficient ways to get monoatomic gold. Its not commonly done because monoatomic gold isnt particularly useful in any popular products, and its still not efficient enough to use as a profitable method to get solid gold... but still, i found it a comical response to your sarcasm.
    Also, the sea could explode if you superheated it and ignited it. Google stuff about putting water on magnesium fires. (spoiler- the water combusts).
     
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    Their are ways of tuning for much better MPG but it will make your emissions much worse because of the way it burns..
    It can also severely reduce the longevity of your engine..

    One of the biggest things that hurt modern cars emissions is weight due to all of the safety features that must be built into them also..
     
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    I thought cars were generally lighter now than they used to be, because of unibodies, stronger alloys and more plastic parts.
     
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    You can't just add water to gas but you can inject water separately.. You may be able to do that with ethanol though but it is always injected separately..

    This is done to reduce detonation so you could run higher compression or more boost without destroying your engine, BUT...

    That also leads to worse emissions due to the way it burns..

    High MPG does not = good emissions..

    So do you care about burning less fuel or spittin out "worse" compounds?
     
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    VW Golf MK1 1,785 lb
    VW Golf MK5 2,566 lb
     
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    LOL Cute conspiracy theory. Any evidence to back it up?

    Why wouldn't car companies produce a car that gets that kind of MPG? They would be hugely popular.

    Patents are public, so anyone could look it up and copy it if such a thing actually existed.
     
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    Everyday the political establishment exposes just how corrupt and bipartisan it is with its shrill attacks on Trump. The NYT and NRO are now united in their hatred of Trump and his supporters.

    Trump should just keep pouring gasoline on the MSM/Political class ant hill until the 2018 cycle is in gear.
     
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    i meant on average. The average car today compared to, say, the 50s.
    I guess average car weight prolly fluctuates through the generations.
    I just know cars from way back were built like tanks, and guzzled like them too
     
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    Just a fun fact: unethanolized gasoline lasts a lot longer than ethanolized. There is a place nearby that sells unethanolized, and i have gas cans with gas from it from years ago thats still good (and these are the shitty cans that bleed). We have really hot summers, really cold winters, and ive had issues keeping gas stored over long periods... until i started storing unethanolized.
     
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    Honda (at least used to) sells a hydrogen powered car that comes with a hydrogen generator station that gets installed in ur yard. It plugs into the power grid and water supply, and just sits there making hydrgoen and storing it for your car. You just gas up at home. Car + station was about $200,000 some years ago, prolly why its not common.
     
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    Because ethanol mixes with and absorbs water out of the atmosphere like brake fluid does, it's just alcohol, mixes with water like vodka..
    Gasoline does not mix with water and will float of top of water..

    That is also why ethanol will corrode fuel system components because it has water in it that will oxidize/rust parts.. It is not a corrosion inhibitor like gasoline is..
     
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    One nation on earth has experienced COOLING in their climate since 1950.....

    that same nation, on a per-capita basis led the world in a combination of
    planting trees and in large scale desalination of ocean water for agriculture,
    reforestation projects... as well as for towns experiencing drought.......

    President Trump is not your typical G. O. P. total climate change skeptic......

    He is skeptical of a carbon tax.....(I am as well).....
    as you can see from my own 2008 campaign writing....

    www.BankingSystemsFlaws.blogspot.ca/

    but.... I do take climate change itself seriously and I believe that
    President Trump and his team can be encouraged to actually do
    something effective about climate change that has been proven to work
    in less than ten years.........


    Their dealing with this injustice of high mileage carburetors being kept off the
    market would be a perfect way for them to begin something much larger......


    P. M. Justin Trudeau and a plan for Canada, Jordan - Israeli cooperation on....
     
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    If this guy in this video is a genuine
    psychic then the world is about to shift over
    to a hydrogen economy.

    He first asserts this at the one minute and thirty second mark in the video.


    The Coming Hydrogen World Economy by Supernatural Revelation

    So far only 4,613 views.
     
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    Credulity knows no bounds. A billion dollars for an imaginary invention? Please provide one single actual reputable source. And Conspiracy.com doesn't count.
     
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    Even without the 'magic' net energy gain from quantum vacuum, hydrogen is still an excellent energy storage option. Solar, geothermal and other renewables can easily be hydrolysized and stored as H, then used in combustion as needed. With water as the *only* byproduct, theres no reason whatsoever that we couldnt return to the muscle car days where fuel consumption was the last thing anyone cared about.

    The *one* downside of H (other than the immense time and cost of switching a society to it) is its volatility. H storage tanks everywhere would be a terrorists dream, and car fires would have a potential blast radius. Also I suppose there might be bigger issues with morons not being responsible at the gas station, if their 'pumping' pressurized H instead of just gas...
     
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    Something similar, "a new energy is coming", is prophesied by Kim Klement in 2014. Watch at 11:11 min.

     
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    My car is currently averaging an infinite number of miles per gallon. Of course I was only able to push it ten feet before I ran out of energy.
     
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    Nice post. The original conspiracy theories were more intelligent and claimed the inventor was murdered or bought out before the carburator could be patented.
     
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