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1933 Charles Nelson Pogue, invented the 200-mpg carburetor

 
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1933 Charles Nelson Pogue, invented the 200-mpg carburetor
“In 1933 Charles Nelson Pogue made headlines when he drove a 1932 Ford V8, 200 miles on a gallon of gas during a demonstration conducted by The Ford Motor Company in Winnipeg, Manitoba using his super-carb system.”



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Re: 1933 Charles Nelson Pogue, invented the 200-mpg carburetor
Sorry.

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His surname was "Pogue", so we had to do what we did.
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Re: 1933 Charles Nelson Pogue, invented the 200-mpg carburetor
In what suspicious way did he die shortly thereafter?
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Re: 1933 Charles Nelson Pogue, invented the 200-mpg carburetor
pogue = kiss
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Re: 1933 Charles Nelson Pogue, invented the 200-mpg carburetor
My father had this story he use to tell about a Mercury he bought in the 60's. He swore, he was getting 100's of mpgs until he brought it in for it's 1st service. I wasn't alive and although my dad was not a BS'r I never believe him. It has been on my mind since reading about hidden technology. So, Ya never know ..
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Re: 1933 Charles Nelson Pogue, invented the 200-mpg carburetor
pogue = kiss
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Hmmm.

I thought it translated as "ass" or "cunt".
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Re: 1933 Charles Nelson Pogue, invented the 200-mpg carburetor
pogue = kiss
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Hmmm.

I thought it translated as "ass" or "cunt".
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Wrong answer!

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Re: 1933 Charles Nelson Pogue, invented the 200-mpg carburetor
they talk about this on a book you can get here: [link to www.free-energy-info.co.uk]
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Re: 1933 Charles Nelson Pogue, invented the 200-mpg carburetor
pogue = kiss
 Quoting: tayto


Hmmm.

I thought it translated as "ass" or "cunt".
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22506030


pogue ma thoin
tranlates as
kiss my arse
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Re: 1933 Charles Nelson Pogue, invented the 200-mpg carburetor
My father had this story he use to tell about a Mercury he bought in the 60's. He swore, he was getting 100's of mpgs until he brought it in for it's 1st service. I wasn't alive and although my dad was not a BS'r I never believe him. It has been on my mind since reading about hidden technology. So, Ya never know ..
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Cool story! You never know..
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Re: 1933 Charles Nelson Pogue, invented the 200-mpg carburetor
Genius is always Simple.

Sublimation of the Volatile Gas before Combustion.
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Re: 1933 Charles Nelson Pogue, invented the 200-mpg carburetor
It is very important to note that, prior to WW2, gasoline was much much purer - it was like the white gas you get for Coleman stoves now.

Modern gas will clog up a 200 mpg carburetor after a few miles. This is due to the discovery of catalytic cracking that gets more go juice out of the crude, but it puts gunk in the gas.
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Re: 1933 Charles Nelson Pogue, invented the 200-mpg carburetor
I swear this is what I thought of.

You know how many spread out cubic feet of moist/explosive particles you can split into the air?

You know from what amount of liquid gasoline you can do that!

Just think of a humidifier...
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Re: 1933 Charles Nelson Pogue, invented the 200-mpg carburetor
Hydrogen is the best solution right now.

If IC engines were all converted to direct injection and everybody had solar panels on their roofs, oil consumption will fall by 60% or more.

Hydrogen is problematic when used traditionally in the intake manifold, but direct injection eliminates the pre-ignition problem and increase power and mileage by 30% or more.

New hydride storage tanks are already tested and running that can store 400 miles worth of hydrogen in the volume of a gas tank at near ambient PSI (yes - no explosion or cryo bullshit)

But the US government conspired with China to raise the cost of the hydride elements by 10 million percent. Stopping the industry dead in it's tracks.

Sucks. fat. donkeydick.
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Re: 1933 Charles Nelson Pogue, invented the 200-mpg carburetor
It is very important to note that, prior to WW2, gasoline was much much purer - it was like the white gas you get for Coleman stoves now.

Modern gas will clog up a 200 mpg carburetor after a few miles. This is due to the discovery of catalytic cracking that gets more go juice out of the crude, but it puts gunk in the gas.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 14290628


Did not know that.
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Re: 1933 Charles Nelson Pogue, invented the 200-mpg carburetor
I swear this is what I thought of.

You know how many spread out cubic feet of moist/explosive particles you can split into the air?

You know from what amount of liquid gasoline you can do that!

Just think of a humidifier...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22793089


When? to bad you did not develop it.
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Re: 1933 Charles Nelson Pogue, invented the 200-mpg carburetor
“In 1933 Charles Nelson Pogue made headlines when he drove a 1932 Ford V8, 200 miles on a gallon of gas during a demonstration conducted by The Ford Motor Company in Winnipeg, Manitoba using his super-carb system.”

...

More info: [link to fuel-efficient-vehicles.org]
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Sure....if the V8 was putting out like 30hp it might be done.
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Re: 1933 Charles Nelson Pogue, invented the 200-mpg carburetor
Hydrogen is the best solution right now.

If IC engines were all converted to direct injection and everybody had solar panels on their roofs, oil consumption will fall by 60% or more.

Hydrogen is problematic when used traditionally in the intake manifold, but direct injection eliminates the pre-ignition problem and increase power and mileage by 30% or more.

New hydride storage tanks are already tested and running that can store 400 miles worth of hydrogen in the volume of a gas tank at near ambient PSI (yes - no explosion or cryo bullshit)

But the US government conspired with China to raise the cost of the hydride elements by 10 million percent. Stopping the industry dead in it's tracks.

Sucks. fat. donkeydick.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 14290628


Are there any good name brands hydrogen converters on the market that one can buy? Or is it all do it yourself kind of thing?


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Re: 1933 Charles Nelson Pogue, invented the 200-mpg carburetor
I read once that a gas powered car will run at optimal efficiency somewhere between 35 and 45 MPH depending on engine. If you wanted to do 35 MPH down the interstate you'd probably get 100 MPG right there. Try that and see who long you live though.
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Re: 1933 Charles Nelson Pogue, invented the 200-mpg carburetor
I read once that a gas powered car will run at optimal efficiency somewhere between 35 and 45 MPH depending on engine. If you wanted to do 35 MPH down the interstate you'd probably get 100 MPG right there. Try that and see who long you live though.
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That "optimal efficiency" you speak of means nothing more than running the vehicle in the the highest gear with the car running at the lowest functional RPM.
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Re: 1933 Charles Nelson Pogue, invented the 200-mpg carburetor
I read once that a gas powered car will run at optimal efficiency somewhere between 35 and 45 MPH depending on engine. If you wanted to do 35 MPH down the interstate you'd probably get 100 MPG right there. Try that and see who long you live though.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33249001


That "optimal efficiency" you speak of means nothing more than running the vehicle in the the highest gear with the car running at the lowest functional RPM.
 Quoting: Useless Cookie Eater


Yeah, idling in 4th essentially.

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