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Politics of Science: Car Runs On Water

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We could all use this car, but we are not going to see it.  As long as there is an oil industry they will prevent this invention coming to the market.  You see all you Dawkinites, welcome to reality, science does not take place in a vacuum but in  geopolitics .  Car running on water threatens to make whole economies bankrupt .

Whatever you call yourself, I ask you to read a little bit of history and not from official textbooks and just start thinking independently.  I blame your parents for not educating about the state of the world. 

Next time be ye steady. Christians are not against technology as you are told, but there ate others who have the power to prevent scientific inventions, if it threatens their fat pockets.

If you are an inventor and you insist on not understanding economic realities, they will send their goons to make you understand English, big business has armies.  Call me a conspiracy theorists at least I refuse to be naive.

 

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Written by dawkinswatch

June 20, 2008 at 5:33 pm

7 Responses

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  1. You actually believe there is a car that runs on water? Really? No, I mean you REALLY believe this? Wow.

    By the way, nice prose. Really clear and well structured.

    Mike

    June 20, 2008 at 5:43 pm

  2. Mike you are tired of writing on this blog, you are very close to being banned.

    dawkinswatch

    June 20, 2008 at 5:58 pm

  3. Of course you are about to ban me. You can’t answer my questions or meet even the simpliest of challenges to your positions. The only option you have left is to cut and run like a coward. This happens often to me. I find a new christian blogger, all full of arrogance and bounce, making the same unfounded and foolish claims as all the others.

    I engage in a civil manner. I ask questions, I ask for support of claims and I get nothing. You fit this pattern exactly. You make insane claims and then give no thought to supporting them or responding at all. Exactly what kind of response do you think you deserve? The one I am giving you; pure derision.

    Didn’t you recently say you were a professional (of what type you have still not said), would make me cry and that I should “cut my losses”? You did. Well, who is crying now and who is cutting their losses?

    I’ll let you guess. Hint: It Ain’t Me.

    Finally, your one sentence threat is barely coherent. I am not tired of writing here and you have no basis for claiming that I do, not to mention no way of knowing.

    Mike

    June 20, 2008 at 9:10 pm

  4. One problem, blogger, is that you’re a complete dumbfuck. This is why you buy into conspiracy theories, hoaxes, and Christianity. ‘Cause you’re a total numbskull.

    J. Frantz

    June 21, 2008 at 4:13 am

  5. You won’t see scientists taking responsibility for Heavy Electricity.

    The documentary has the TRUTH. Spin on to 6m20s.

    Ratnasiri Wickremanayake

    June 22, 2008 at 10:24 am

  6. Water can’ be used as a fuel. Hydrogen can, which is what all the talk of hydrogen cars is from. However, it is easier to extract it from coal than water.

    Samuel Skinner

    July 1, 2008 at 2:03 am

  7. It has been demonstrated that bombarding salt water with microwave radiation generates small amounts of hydrogen and oxygen gas, which can then be burned in an automobile.

    However, the person who is advocating using this in place of gasoline has not demonstrated that the energy output (from burning hydrogen) is greater than the energy inputs (the microwave radiation).

    Unless the energy return is greater than the energy employed, it’s useless.

    Dr. Fred Edison

    August 29, 2008 at 2:24 am


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