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Hoax Industries Enoon Car
Since I'm on the subject of free-energy cars, here's the ENOON Car by Hoax Industries. "The ENOON*-device is able to power a car for an
unlimited time period without the need of refuelling!" ENOON stands for 'energy out of nowhere.'
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Posted by The Curator on Mon Jul 12, 2004


That is so cool! energy out of nowhere!! No wonder they got BATMAN HIMSELF to test-drive it...! That is soooo cool! wink
Posted by parazyte  on  Tue Jul 13, 2004  at  11:05 AM
I think you will find this entertaining:
http://www.wasserauto.de/html/daniel_dingel.html

(wasserauto = water car in german)
Posted by parazyte  on  Tue Jul 13, 2004  at  11:23 AM
shouldn't hoax industries have a real website instead of a geocities one?!
Posted by john  in  NH  on  Tue Jul 13, 2004  at  12:49 PM
Um, you guys might want to check you pop culture , the car they're displaying is the original batmobile. Yup, from the series made in the 60s. ROFL!

I grant you, there may be a universal electromagnetic field, and there may be a way to tap into it, but alot of people are having a wild time luring people into believing any old bullshit based on psychology alone.

What I recommend is for eveyone to read the three postulates of thermodynamics, learn about electricity and magnetics, learn to PROPERLY take power, potential and current readings before they fall into the true believer or hardened skeptic mode.

From what I can see, blind believers and blind disbelievers are simply two sides fo the same coin (liek democrats and republicans).
Posted by MIchal Augustyniak  in  Montreal  on  Tue Apr 03, 2007  at  02:35 PM
Geeze, you'd think someone would have noticed it was the Batmobile.

Oh wait, they did. In the very first comment. Honestly MIchal, was it that hard to read all of three comments before posting? It's obviously a joke, oh blind disbeliever.
Posted by Charybdis  in  Hell  on  Tue Apr 03, 2007  at  04:30 PM
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