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OIL SHORTAGE PROBLEM SOLUTION
« on: 25/09/2005 19:13:35 »
ROBERT KRUPA'S FIRESTORM SPARKPLUG-

I would advise all people worried about carbon emissions,global warming and the rising price of oil as well as the rising price of peak oil to investigate Robert Krupas's new spark plug design which increases engine efficiency,and elininates internal combustion engines emissions altogether.

This almost doubles fuel efficiency therefore halving fuel use.

This spark plug design does not use electrode points but has a dome shaped point and the the high voltage generates a plasma between the electrodes instead of a spark. The engine burn is very clean.

40 parts air to 1 part of fuel.

Its been tested by Bosch and confirmed to work but it would compete with their own spark plugs and also lasts much longer as no wear and tear on the electrodes due to absence of sharp pointed electrodes.

Do not be frightened by the word plasma.You see plasmas every day in flourescent light tubes.

Every one who is interested in global warming,carbon emissions and global oil supplies and the rising cost of fuel should see the interview on the website and Robert Krupa being interviewed by Robert Stanley.

You will see the Firestorm spark plug in action compared to a standard spark plug using pictures and photographs and all your questions will be answered.

To get to this webpage type :-

Robert Krupa Robert Stanley firestorm spark plug in google search and click on second entry from top.

or click on the below link:-

http://www.robertstanley.biz/firestorm.htm [nofollow]

You will be astonished.


 

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Re: OIL SHORTAGE PROBLEM SOLUTION
« Reply #1 on: 25/09/2005 19:51:00 »
The previous advertisement was not paid for.

These sparkplugs have been around for 40 years. By having a center electrode (cathode) and a ring of anodes, the gap does not open up as the anodes wear away. As for plasma, that is just an ionized gas that happens in any spark. If you wanted to change the amount of plasma you would have to change the spark coil that generates the energy and make it larger. That would lead to more breakdowns in the spark plug cables.

New sparkplugs are always more efficient, and should be changed as needed. But as for free lunches, there arenít any. People have been working with super computers for some time to optimize the gas combustion engine. You want better mileage, buy a smaller engine, or better yet, buy a hybrid. But first calculate how high gas will have to be to pay for the additional cost of a hybrid, and the uncertain life of a new engine design.

I am on the road for the week: I will be in the South Bend, IN area and in the Milwaukee WI area, see you guys and gals.


David
 

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Re: OIL SHORTAGE PROBLEM SOLUTION
« Reply #2 on: 01/03/2006 12:36:30 »
quote:
Originally posted by David Sparkman

The previous advertisement was not paid for.

These sparkplugs have been around for 40 years. By having a center electrode (cathode) and a ring of anodes, the gap does not open up as the anodes wear away. As for plasma, that is just an ionized gas that happens in any spark. If you wanted to change the amount of plasma you would have to change the spark coil that generates the energy and make it larger. That would lead to more breakdowns in the spark plug cables.

New sparkplugs are always more efficient, and should be changed as needed. But as for free lunches, there arenít any. People have been working with super computers for some time to optimize the gas combustion engine. You want better mileage, buy a smaller engine, or better yet, buy a hybrid. But first calculate how high gas will have to be to pay for the additional cost of a hybrid, and the uncertain life of a new engine design.

I am on the road for the week: I will be in the South Bend, IN area and in the Milwaukee WI area, see you guys and gals.


David





you are mistaken....

this is completely different.....

you have not studied the article at all and merely spout your pavlovian conditioned response to any new innovation...


its people like you who hold progress back....
 

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Re: OIL SHORTAGE PROBLEM SOLUTION
« Reply #3 on: 04/03/2006 02:09:07 »
esecallum, the link you provided no longer works. Do you have a new one? Either way could specify in what ways this new plug differs from the conventional type.

I should also be interested in the basis of the claim that fuel economy is doubled. That is quite startling. I think you will agree that sensational claims of that sort are somewhat difficult to believe and so require some substantive evidence to persuade the reader of their authenticity. I hope you will be able to provide it.
 

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