Auto manufacturers and fuel effeciency

Posted by Jeff Collins on May 15, 2013 0 Comments

We can only speculate why HHO technology is not mainstream in automobile industry today. Auto manufacturers have likely not used this technology for the same reasons they have not used many other new technologies in 30 years to phase change the fuel from liquid to vapor, and burn it more completely without pollution. The EPA mandates the use of catalytic convertors and OBDII systems as they are today. By enforcing that legislation they are essentially saying "we know there are better ways to control emissions but you MUST use THIS technology to do it." Who ultimately controls which technology is used? The lobbiests, the industrial and policatal powers. Money and big industry ultimately controls how this is done.

Let's say they built an engine that was 90% efficient at converting gasoline to kinetic energy. Such high efficiency would present much less carbon deposits, sludge in the engine, and pollution out of the exhaust. If there was no sludge and carbon buildup in the engine, it is likely the engine would last a very long time and maintain like new performance. Much longer than 150k to 200k we are used to.

There would be less of a need to change the oil, because the oil would not get dirty or break down as easily due to the lack of negative bi-products from the combustion process. Using synthetic oil would extend oil life possibly for the life of the vehicle. With less need for oil changes and engine replacements/repair/maintenance entire industries would be practically wiped out. It's likely you wouldn't feel the need to purchase a new car for quite a long time too. The auto industry would ultimately kill itself, and the economy. This is likely why we, the public, are spoon-fed better fuel economy in small steps rather then having auto manufacturers roll out a 100 or 200 MPG car for us to buy. This is likely also the reason we are banned from having certain high mileage vehicles, particularly the 50+ MPG diesels that some other countries are allowed to have.
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Effects of Fosil Fuel Pollution

Posted by Plugin SEO on February 13, 2013 0 Comments

 Respiratory Diseases

According to BBC, it is estimated that air pollution--of which vehicle emissions are the largest contributor--is responsible for 24,000 premature deaths in the UK every year. Car exhaust emissions aggravate existing heart or lung diseases, such as asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, congestive heart disease and ischemic heart disease. Particle pollution affects children and the elderly, often causing coughing and shortness of breath.

Cancer

Benzene, one of the pollutants released from car exhausts, has been linked to leukemia. It can also lower the body's immunity, affecting the body's defense against tumors. Polycyclic hydrocarbons, another polluting agent, are also thought to be carcinogenic.

Other Health Hazards

Many pollutants produce harmful effects on the blood and the coronary system. According to the BBC, air pollution causes one in every 50 heart attacks in London. Lead, one of the pollutants, interferes with the normal formation of red blood cells by inhibiting important enzymes. Anemia, which is the shortage of blood cells, can be caused by air pollution as well. Exposure to lead can also lead to behavioral changes. It can also impair mental function, causing problems with learning and memory.

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Carbon Crisis

Posted by Jeff Collins on August 22, 2011 0 Comments

Increased usage of fosil fuels in the last few decades, has changed the chemistry of the oceans and has proven harmful to many forms of marine life. This process is known as ocean acidification. A more acidic ocean could wipe out species, disrupt the food chain and impact fishing, tourism and any other human endeavors that rely on the sea. The change is happening fast -- and it will take decisive action to slow or stop this process. Before people started using coal and oil, ocean pH had been relatively stable. But researchers predict that if carbon emissions continue at their current rate, ocean acidity will more than double by 2100.The polar regions will be the first to experience changes. Projections show that the Southern Ocean around Antarctica will actually become corrosive by 2050.

The new chemical composition of our oceans is expected to harm a wide range of marine life.The resulting disruption to the ocean ecosystem could have a widespread ripple effect.--Acidity slows reef-building, which could lower the resiliency of corals and lead to their erosion and eventual extinction. The “tipping point” for coral reefs could happen as soon as 2050.

Coral reefs serve as the home to many forms of marine life. Their disappearance would be akin to rainforests being wiped out worldwide. Such losses would have profound impacts, especially on the fishing and tourism industries.

Combating acidification requires reducing CO emissions and improving the health of the oceans. Ultimately, though, reducing the amount of carbon monoxide absorbed into the oceans may be the only way to stop this proccess. The same strategies needed to fight global warming on land can also help the seas.

The acidification of our oceans is the hidden side of the world’s carbon crisis  and only reinforces the fact that we need to make changes in how we fuel our world. Cars and the transportation industry in general are major contributors to this problem. At Global Ecological Solutions, LLC, we manufacture Hydrogen On Demand Generators which drastically reduce  automobile's carbon dioxide emissions and provide you with substantial savings at the pumps. To learn more about this affordable green technology please go towww.geshho.com.

 

 

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Carbon Monixide Pollution in Our Cities

Posted by Jeff Collins on July 04, 2011 0 Comments

 

In cities, about  two-thirds of the carbon monoxide emissions come from transportation sources, with the largest contribution coming from highway motor vehicles. In urban areas, the motor vehicle contribution to carbon monoxide pollution can exceed 90 percent. In 1992, carbon monoxide levels exceeded the Federal air quality standard in 20 U.S. cities, home to more than 14 million people.

Carbon monoxide results from incomplete combustion of fuel and is emitted directly from vehicletailpipes. Hydrogen on demand technology reduces Carbon Monoxide emissions by 70% and increases MPG by as much as 30 to 40 percent. This affordable green technology is available and can be installed on any make or model automobile in a matter of hours.

Carbon monoxide emissions from cars increase in cold weather because cars need more fuel tostart at cold temperatures, and because some emission control devices (such as oxygen sensors and catalytic converters) operate less efficiently when they are cold. To order hydrogen on demend generator kit, please go to www.geshho.com.

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HHO Generators, The Green Technology

Posted by Jeff Collins on May 18, 2011 0 Comments

While countries wage wars over oil, a clean and safe alternative appears to be something we have plenty of. Water makes up two-thirds of the planet and may be the answer to the fossil fuel dilemma. Research has shown that  hydrogen generator will increase horsepower and increase MPG by at least 30%, as well as reduce emissions by 70%. Hydrogen systems may redefine the automotive industry in terms of eliminating the need for oil based fuel, as well as ethanol, bio-fuels, battery powered cars etc. Although that reality is few years away. BMW recently introduced the Hydrogen 7, which has an engine that will run on hydrogen, as well as gas. The hydrogen 7 runs on liquid hydrogen stored within the car and must be kept cold.   Hydrogen Generators ( Hydrogen On Demand ) do not store Hydrogen, HHO gas is being produced and consumed only while the engine is running.

Commercially made hydrogen systems will certainly become a reality for automakers someday, but a hydrogen generator that produces hydrogen gas is a viable alternative today. Global Ecological Solutions Hydrogen On Demand systems are designed to boost your car's efficientcy more than30%. It's easy, safe and clean. All you will have to do is add about 2 cups of distilled water every 1000 miles.

HHO technology is here today. It's safe, green and economical. To find out more about please go to www.geshho.com.

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