For the more recent 2019 presentation by Walt Jenkins, he gives an update of how far he has come over the last couple years. There is so much water in the atmosphere that it is possible to extract this right out of the air to be used in the fuel process and this is something he wants to use in his planned RV project where he drives across the country mostly on water.Walt covers that his study of charged particles and lightning led to his new process to get the energy out of water. This possibly leads to the lowest cost fuel on Earth that may utilize either fresh or salt water.
He shows some video of some tests such as 5ml of gasoline and 450ml of water that were mixed and put into a 49cc scooter. There has shown to be an 80% reduction in emissions with this system. Normally, this kind of scooter gets around 70mpg. With Walt’s system, he claims 500mpg! We hope to see experience this test ourselves where we can see a long road test from Spokane to Seattle for example, which is about 280 miles. This would eliminate any doubt in the minds of skeptics that it is only burning vapor of the gasoline for a short demonstration until those vapors are gone.
In some tests, it is claimed to have an 1100 times increase in gas mileage and the horsepower doubles.
Another video of a test is done with a 196cc engine.
Walt covers his planned RV/bus tour to travel across the country without stopping for fuel.
Again, we hope to see some long distance tests such as the scooter running on a circular track for x miles until all the water/fuel mixture is used up as well as seeing some commercial application come into play as soon as possible.
Shell introduced a 107 MPG car but are they moving forward or backward?
Not that long ago, they developed this, which you can see in the following video:
Their focus is on how much emissions are reduced over the lifetime of the car or at least that is what they want the public to focus on. This is like Elon Musk’s solar panel roof tiles that gets a pay back over decades. If you want an extremely long-term return on investment, it seems like a good idea, but in the modern rush-rush world, it seems unlikely that the average person wants to wait that long or can afford to wait that long!
That isn’t the only issue with this new Shell concept car that gets 107 MPG. ROI is one thing, but MPG is another and is more immediate. 107 seems impressive although small diesel Volkswagens in Europe have been developed with MPG capability that is close but they never make it here to the states because of the excuse is that there is no demand for that kind of car in the American market. Really???
If you can look past Shell’s nonsense about how much emissions are reduced over the lifetime of the car, here is what Shell developed back in 1973 – an Opal that achieved 376 MPG!!
That is 3.5 times or 350% MORE MPG than the new 107 MPG concept car.
Here is a video shoot of the car intended for Dutch television:
Although this Opel had a very small carburetor and the engine bay was modified to contain all the heat as well as many other considerations, it proves the point that the bottom line is that 45 year ago, they achieved nearly 400 MPG!!
So, are we making progress? Are we there yet? 107 MPG in the last few years or let’s go back to 1973 where they already achieved 376 MPG – it’s up to you to figure out if we’re moving forward or we’re simply the butt of a joke.
“Shell is not intending to take this car into commercial production. Instead, we alongside our partners, see it as a conversation starter: a way to accelerate the dialogue about how we make road vehicles more energy efficient and less carbon-intensive. ” – SHELL
So not only is Shell willing to tease us with a 107 MPG car that gets a bit more than 1/4 the MPG than what they achieved in 1973 – nearly half a century ago, they have no intention of allowing you to have it since the only thing it is supposed to do is accelerate the dialogue. With that trend, in another 46 years, they’ll be convincing you that 25 MPG is a really big deal!
To be fair, Shell isn’t the only one playing games – years ago, Chevy had a commercial talking about the revolutionary 35 MPG breakthrough technology, which is years after many other cars far surpassed that level.
And look at Honda – in the early or mid 1990’s, they had a Honda Civic VX that could get 50-55 MPG – every model since then has achieved about 20 MPG LESS than what they were getting nearly 30 years ago!
In the late 70’s and early 80’s Volkswagon had the Golf and Rabbit diesels that were also getting 50-55 MPG and those went by the wayside as well.
Who knows what it will take to get forward progress rather than 2 steps forward and 3 steps back – but in any case, the oil and auto companies have proven themselves to be consistent in one thing and one thing only – and that is the fact that the technology has nothing to do with advancement because if it did, we’d all be driving cars getting hundreds of miles per gallon. It is obviously political and financial and whatever mile per gallon you achieve in your vehicle is made possible only because they dial in exactly what mileage they allow you to have rather than giving you what they are capable of providing.
Some may be skeptical in thinking that this is just some conspiracy theory but whether my reasoning is accurate or not is irrelevant – the historical facts speak for themselves so you must come to your own conclusion as to why it’s taken over 40 years for Shell to demonstrate a car that gets a bit more than 25% of the mileage they achieved back in the early 1970s. Mileage is increased then decreased and increased and decreased and this pattern has remained for many, many decades.
Please share this story with your friends and ask them to do the same. We deserve better than this and everyone deserves to know the truth. One thing is for sure, they invented a new definition for the term Shell Game!
EDIT – Denis Garnier on Facebook brought this to my attention: Aaron, the Greek inventor is named Petros Evangelou Zografos (Makis Triantafillopoulos is just a well known journalist in Greece who presented the Zografos invention at the TV in the presence of some scientists ). His invention is protected by the patent n° GR1007830 (METHOD AND DEVICE FOR WATER ELECTROLYSIS AND PRODUCTION OF HYDROGEN TO BE USED AS COMBUSTIBLE UPON UTILISATION OF COMBINED FREQUENCIES) … Here is one of the Makis Triantafillopoulos recorded presentation (in greek) of Petros Zografos invention powering a genset … Have a nice week-end !!! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rA7UseeKEvM
Makis Triantafillopoulos in Greece claims to have created a moped that runs on water.
He uses milliwatts of RF to separate hydrogen from salt water – this process is reminiscent of the late John Kanzius who was able to “burn” salt water.
This is a Greek website translated into English so it won’t be a perfect translation, but it is understandable. The formula to his claim is not revealed as it appears he is waiting for worldwide patent protection.
The video below is a dual plasma ignition system – symmetrical and in parallel to give a plasma impulse to 2 different spark plugs 180 degrees from each other. It is for an experimental engine, which has 2 cylinders.
This video is recorded in hi-def so you can see it clearly if you open it to full screen. Please give a like and subscribe to my YouTube channel.
It’s difficult to say who developed the first electric car that charges it’s own batteries by coasting down a hill and having the motor become a generator.
One thing is for sure, in the 1950’s, Bob Sewell, of Spokane, Washington, retrofit a 1947 Crosley Station Wagon with an aircraft starter motor that exactly accomplishes these regenerative methods and he did it as an Electrical Engineering student at the University of Idaho.
It made national news and was even featured in a full page story in the November 1957 issue of Popular Mechanics. See it here: November 1957 Popular Mechanics
In a popular article about electric cars back in 1960, which was published in the Saturday Evening Post, Bob Sewell is even mentioned in the same paragraph as the legend Charles Proteus Steinmetz. Apparently, Steinmetz had worked out the regenerative electric car back in 1913.
“As the subject heats up, ideas keep popping out: Why not put electric chargers on parking meters, an extra dime giving a parked car ten miles of recharge while it waits? Why not design the motor to become a generator going downgrade, recharging the battery and helping to brake the car? Charles P. Steinmetz, the electrical wizard, had that worked out in 1913. Robert Sewell, an engineering student at the University of Idaho last year, now with Washington Water Power, has applied this idea to an electrified Crosley station wagon.”
Bob recently passed away so there is a lot we’ll never get to share with each other in regards to some fun and exciting electrical experiments. He definitely had a sparkle in his eye when I told him about some of the work of Eric Dollard, Jim Murray and others we’re involved with. Whenever Eric Dollard stayed at my home, he parks his car in perfect view for Bob to see all the antennas on it – something Bob could appreciate as a Ham Radio operator. Bob Sewell was my neighbor.
I’ll always remember him waving at me every time he drove by my house in his little maroon PT Cruiser, literally driving about 2 miles per hour. Happy travels Bob!
Since the 2014 Energy Science & Technology Conference, thousands of people have been studying the presentations released and some are even applying the information with real experiments.
Ignition Secrets was so popular because it gives simple step by step instructions on how to build a plasma ignition system.
What makes the Murakami Plasma Ignition so unique is that it allows anyone to use just about any off the shelf CDI (capacitive discharge ignition) or MSD (multiple spark discharge) unit and with simple modifications, turn it into a full blown plasma ignition system. Take note that the energy required to produce the spark in the left side photo is the SAME energy required to produce the plasma impulse on the right.
Many experts in both conventional and unconventional ignition systems have openly claimed that this modification cannot be done to these off the shelf ignition modules because a switch inside of them chops the capacitor off and on too fast, but once again, we’d like to show you that what the “experts” else says is impossible, we are able to actually demonstrate.
Watch this video of my car with an off the shelf performance ignition coil from MSD and a MSD DIS-2 capacitor discharge module for wasted spark ignition systems first produce the normally expected discharge at the spark plug and then watch as it produces the plasma impulse. That causes the capacitor to discharge at an accelerated rate at a negative resistance thereby giving an impulse of all that energy into a smaller unit of time, much smaller than is normally supposed to be possible, which massively amplifies the power right at the spark plug.
That module and ignition coil are only for 4 cylinder wasted spark ignition systems, but MSD makes them for all kinds of engines and those that you see in the video are not even intended for Subaru engines but it works anyway.