Mark Joyner Thinks A Diesel Engine Can Run On 50% Water!

I was just over at Mark Joyner’s site and found this incredibly interesting post about a potential new technology that could revolutionize the transportation industry. You probably know Mark from his Simpleology System. But what you may not know is that Mark is devoting a huge amount of time and resources to philanthropic efforts to promote, in Mark’s words, The Freedom of Humanity, through his Construct Zero.

Go check out this 8-minute video in which Mark investigates this water-based-fuel technology. It’s pretty amazing!

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      3 Responses to “Mark Joyner Thinks A Diesel Engine Can Run On 50% Water!”

      1. Evolving Times ยป What Does Mark Joyner Have Up His Sleeve Now? on June 15th, 2007 9:50 am

        […] system for almost 2-years now. And in that time I’ve watched and learned a bit about Mark’s bigger vision. So when he announces a new product launch, I definitely pay […]

      2. klatt on May 3rd, 2008 11:09 pm

        re diese/water operated vehicles …..to whom it maty concern……my grandfather was chester earl travis……. being a missionary and in french indochina in the 1920s with very little gas avaible…… he told me that he would start his car with a couple of teaspoons of gas and then it would run on the diesel fuel in the tank …….upon reaching a speed of 30 miles per hour he would open a petcock under his dash which would release steam via a copper tube from a resevoir connected to the radiator ……this would feed into the carburator and the car would run with this water diesel mixture ……..and that is the truth

      3. Are You Ready To Run Your Car On Water? on July 2nd, 2008 9:39 am

        […] There’s been much talk about H20 powered vehicles recently. A few months ago, Mark Joyner, the creator of Simpleology, went and investigated a company in England that claimed to be able to run a diesel engine on 50% water. […]

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