Tuesday, 12 July 2016

Ford Fusion+


This stuff was taught to me at Sheffield University in 1982, and will take the Ford Motor Company 1he to validate.
Burning Fossil Fuels does nuclear fusion
1 Cn(H2O)n+pO2->mCO2+(n-r)H2O+r(He+O+E3+L+X-ray)
So a Ti metal plate on the inside surfaces of a car engine, will more than double the power we get out for unit of fuel burned – we double 'r' in the equation above.
So we tweak the fuel injection system to halve the fuel burn – and we still get out more power. See http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/ford/fusion/running-costs for the official data: which should be nearly correct. And then double it.
The stops at the filling station will be half as regular – fuel costs will fall by 80%. So Ford will actually double the nuclear fusion a Fusion does. What a car.

Doing this will decimate other car makers – unless the adopt the Ti idea next week.

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