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mhhf1ve
mhhf1ve
6/17/2016 3:54:32 PM
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Re: Did it work..?
Maybe we don't need to create elemental hydrogen -- if we can somehow get hydrogen out of existing fuels like hydrocarbons or alcohols. Nissan seems to be avoiding the problem of a "hydrogen infrastructure" by using ethanol.

http://www.greencarreports.com/news/1104467_nissan-takes-a-different-approach-to-fuel-cells-ethanol

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batye
batye
6/16/2016 7:06:23 PM
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Re: Did it work..?
@kq4ym welcome to club, with diabetes my eyesight got bad I have to use 3.25 glasses to read manual and figure it out if put batter correct...

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kq4ym
kq4ym
6/16/2016 6:29:44 PM
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Re: Did it work..?
And ironically this week I purchased one of those battery operated toothbrushes (ah, technology, don't even have to brush my teeth anymore) and the darned thing wouldn't turn on. I read and re-read the instructions to figure it out, thinking I just bought another inoperative device, when I then looked more closely at the almost invisible plus and minus battery marks on the toothbrush and of course I had the battery backwards.

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batye
batye
6/14/2016 9:12:28 AM
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Re: Did it work..?
@kq4ym yes, as plus and minus markings not always easy to see...

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kq4ym
kq4ym
6/14/2016 6:54:01 AM
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Re: Did it work..?
I've had my share of hooking wires up incorrectly. It can be an expensive lesson in paying close attention to the details! You would think engineers would design connections or batteries that could only be connected the correct way for polarity. And how about those plus and minus markings that are either so tiny or in places hard to read? 

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batye
batye
6/13/2016 12:25:08 AM
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Re: Did it work..?
@mhhf1ve I think until some one figure out a cheaper way to produce/create Hydrogen... it only mater of time :) 

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batye
batye
6/13/2016 12:22:05 AM
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Re: Did it work..?
@Ariella any technology could be problematic, even relaible car battery... try to conect wires wrong way and it could blow.... it reality of our life...

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batye
batye
6/13/2016 12:12:11 AM
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Re: Did it work..?
@Ariella interesting to know, thanks for the link 

also I keep reading old ideas - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ford_Nucleon 

but now - I think Russia working on simular engine like Ford Nucleon but for Rocket train  to use it as a weapon system carrier http://foxtrotalpha.jalopnik.com/russias-terrifying-nuke-trains-will-be-roving-the-rails-1675562485 - a scarry reality...

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batye
batye
6/13/2016 12:02:47 AM
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Re: Did it work..?
@mhhf1ve with Hybrid cars and E-cars I think it gonna be 10 to 15 years more before technology get settled... but I do see your point :) 

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mhhf1ve
mhhf1ve
6/7/2016 10:25:43 PM
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Re: Did it work..?
There are a few fuel cell vehicles on the market using hydrogen... but... I wouldn't count on hydrogen as a "fuel of the future" for cars... it's not that I think cars will blow up... but the costs of creating a hydrogen based economy with the infrastructure to distribute hydrogen is just unlikely unless there's some revolutionary invention for storing and generating hydrogen cheaply. (Hydrogen is currently produced from methane, and it's not cheap or efficient.)

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