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A Practical Guide to Free-Energy Devices Author: Patrick J. Kelly
Chapter 10: Automotive Systems
The Smack’s Booster. Automotive systems are very popular, especially in North America. This discussion will
cover systems for reducing vehicle emissions, systems for increasing miles per gallon performances and systems
intended to allow a vehicle to run without burning any fossil fuel. In other chapters, information has been provided
on fuel-less engines such as those from Josef Papp, Robert Britt, Leroy Rogers, Nikola Tesla, and Joe Nobel, so
those will not be mentioned again.
Reducing Vehicle Emissions is a popular topic these days and one of the most effective ways to do that with any
vehicle with an internal-combustion engine is to use a “hydroxy” booster. “Hydroxy” is the name given to the
mixture of gases produced when an electric current is passed through water in a container and that is generally
called a “booster”. For a booster to be effective in use, several important details have to be understood. The
electric current needed to generate the hydroxy gas, is relatively minor and can usually be supplied by the electric
system of the vehicle without any difficulty. Using a booster cleans out any old carbon deposits from inside the
engine, makes the vehicle run more smoothly and more powerfully, and reduces harmful exhaust emissions to
zero. One slight problem is that a vehicle with a booster fitted can sometimes fail an automated emissions test in
the USA as the computer thinks that the exhaust pipe must be broken because it can measure no pollution
emissions at all.
There are many enthusiast forums on the web and a large and very popular one is the well-known
http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/watercar/ forum. One member of that forum is known as “Eletrik”. He is very
experienced, and has produced a booster design which has been shown to be particularly effective.