Comment: We are all entitled to our own opinions, but not our own facts.

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We are all entitled to our own opinions, but not our own facts.

I don't care if you open your mind or not, and you are free to open your mouth and let all the nonsense you can think of pour out. However, DECIDING this is bunk without any rationale is not science, it is not open minded, it is not seeking truth. It is clinging to a world view. If you found "hooey" in the videos, tell me what it was. You have yet to name a single thing in these videos that YOU hav proven to be in error.
As for me, I have now finished the first series. I don't understand it all, but I am going to make a coil and see what it does. THAT is what curiosity and a willingness to give new ideas a chance can do for a person - leave them willing to try new things. Here is what honesty does - if I get this built and find it does nothing, I will come right back here and tell you and everyone here. However, I played this game with HHO. My husband built one, installed it, and we ran our car on diesel and water for a year, got 25% improvement in gas mileage, and fried an alternator. (We will try again, we just have not had time to build the improved model.) When I see this topic brought up here, people take an attitude like yours - they don't believe it so it must not be true. My personal experience means nothing to anyone but me, so I encourage others to try these things for themselves. Generally, they prefer arrogance to experimentation.

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