Hybrid kit that saves fuel and boots horse power!

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Old 09 Jan 2010, 05:22 pm   #1 (permalink)
Hybrid kit for conventional vehicle.
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You could do-it-yourself. The theory is simple! You waste lots of energies
through frictions that can't be avoided in order to brake effectively. There is
a device that allows you to loosen up your brake pads a little bit (to get rid
of frictions), you can still brake on-time if you use this 3-state alternator,
it becomes a 5th brake as well as an alternator, and a frictionless alternator.

Not only you save fuel, your horse power increases as well. It takes only
7.5-15 months for it to pay for itself, while a hybrid takes 15.5 years, learn
more at:

http://www.nwcustomenergies.com/generators%20page3.html


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Old 09 Jan 2010, 09:12 pm   #2 (permalink)
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On Sat, 9 Jan 2010 15:22:23 -0800, "Hybrid kit for conventional
vehicle." <nospame@thanks.com> wrote:

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Old 10 Jan 2010, 11:01 am   #3 (permalink)
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"Hybrid kit for conventional vehicle." <nospame@thanks.com> SPAMmed these
unused words:

"Ball Ocks ! "

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Old 12 Jan 2010, 08:46 am   #4 (permalink)
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Sir F. A. Rien wrote:
> "Hybrid kit for conventional vehicle." <nospame@thanks.com> SPAMmed these
> unused words:


Actually it's one of the funniest web sites I've seen in a very long
time. You get both the amusement of the bad English, and the amusement
of an ad for a bogus device.
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Old 12 Jan 2010, 09:10 am   #5 (permalink)
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On Tue, 12 Jan 2010 06:46:17 -0800, SMS
<scharf.steven@geemail.com> wrote:

> Sir F. A. Rien wrote:
> > "Hybrid kit for conventional vehicle." <nospame@thanks.com> SPAMmed these
> > unused words:

>
> Actually it's one of the funniest web sites I've seen in a very long
> time. You get both the amusement of the bad English, and the amusement
> of an ad for a bogus device.


Indeed the spam is bullshit; energy gradients don't work that way,
and the claims made are contrary to the laws of physics. But that
has never prevented dozens of people falling for such scams;
thousands of people have fallen for the "HHO" scam, even after the
USA Department of Justice indicted some of the crooks involved.


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Old 12 Jan 2010, 04:37 pm   #6 (permalink)
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Desertphile wrote:
> On Tue, 12 Jan 2010 06:46:17 -0800, SMS
> <scharf.steven@geemail.com> wrote:
>
>> Sir F. A. Rien wrote:
>>> "Hybrid kit for conventional vehicle." <nospame@thanks.com> SPAMmed these
>>> unused words:

>> Actually it's one of the funniest web sites I've seen in a very long
>> time. You get both the amusement of the bad English, and the amusement
>> of an ad for a bogus device.

>
> Indeed the spam is bullshit; energy gradients don't work that way,
> and the claims made are contrary to the laws of physics. But that
> has never prevented dozens of people falling for such scams;
> thousands of people have fallen for the "HHO" scam, even after the
> USA Department of Justice indicted some of the crooks involved.


The HHO kits are still being sold to naive people.
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Old 12 Jan 2010, 05:49 pm   #7 (permalink)
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On Tue, 12 Jan 2010 14:37:24 -0800, SMS
<scharf.steven@geemail.com> wrote:

> Desertphile wrote:


> > On Tue, 12 Jan 2010 06:46:17 -0800, SMS
> > <scharf.steven@geemail.com> wrote:


> >> Sir F. A. Rien wrote:


> >>> "Hybrid kit for conventional vehicle." <nospame@thanks.com> SPAMmed these
> >>> unused words:


> >> Actually it's one of the funniest web sites I've seen in a very long
> >> time. You get both the amusement of the bad English, and the amusement
> >> of an ad for a bogus device.


> > Indeed the spam is bullshit; energy gradients don't work that way,
> > and the claims made are contrary to the laws of physics. But that
> > has never prevented dozens of people falling for such scams;
> > thousands of people have fallen for the "HHO" scam, even after the
> > USA Department of Justice indicted some of the crooks involved.


> The HHO kits are still being sold to naive people.


On the plus side, many of the victims who fell for the scam are no
longer remaining silent: several have demanded their money back,
and there is the idea of yet another class action law suit against
Dennis Lee after he gets out of prison.

There are many new videos exposing the scam in YouTube, and the
comments left for videos from crooks and fools promoting the scam
are increasingly negative--- the scam will never die, bit it's
decreasing as the number of ignorant victims decrease.

As for the scam spammed in this newsgroup and others ("Hybrid kit
that saves fuel and boots horse power!") it claims one must
****with the break system of one's automobile: if that wasn't so
dangerous, it would be funny!


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Old 12 Jan 2010, 06:13 pm   #8 (permalink)
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SMS <scharf.steven@geemail.com> found these unused words:

>Desertphile wrote:
>> On Tue, 12 Jan 2010 06:46:17 -0800, SMS
>> <scharf.steven@geemail.com> wrote:
>>
>>> Sir F. A. Rien wrote:
>>>> "Hybrid kit for conventional vehicle." <nospame@thanks.com> SPAMmed these
>>>> unused words:
>>> Actually it's one of the funniest web sites I've seen in a very long
>>> time. You get both the amusement of the bad English, and the amusement
>>> of an ad for a bogus device.

>>
>> Indeed the spam is bullshit; energy gradients don't work that way,
>> and the claims made are contrary to the laws of physics. But that
>> has never prevented dozens of people falling for such scams;
>> thousands of people have fallen for the "HHO" scam, even after the
>> USA Department of Justice indicted some of the crooks involved.

>
>The HHO kits are still being sold to naive people.


Barnum had it right, "You can fool some of the people all of the time."

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