G. Wiseman shows-and-tells how he saves fuel

George Wiseman (shown here with some invention developed recently when he was  consultant for an underwater exploration)  is a fuel-saving whiz. His new YouTube video–  a tour of what’s under the hood and

 

inside his econo-car — will interest the researcher/tinkerer. His  Eagle-Research sells the technologies he talks about.

Wiseman is working on an updated version of his Water As Fuel book. The Eagle-Research website explains why he embraced a  Patent Free philosophy; it ” bypasses greed and suppression, allowing a huge increase in the growth of the technology.”

He cites an example:  “Yull Brown spent nearly 30 years and over $25 million dollars trying to commercialize Brown’s Gas using the ‘patent’ route. He spent a significant amount of the money (and his time) on patents and fighting patent infringements; he died penniless.   The technology is now developing so fast because we are using the opposite philosophy that Yull Brown used. Why keep using a philosophy that obviously didn’t work? If you want a different result, change something.   Eagle-Research redeveloped the Brown’s Gas technology from scratch in eight months time, with a total research budget of $6,000 per month. Yull Brown was so secretive that he was no help to us. Our machines were half the weight and size; took half the wattage to make the same volume of gas; operate quietly and have safety features not found on any previous designs. We were able to do this by openly cooperating with anyone who is interested in the technology. We finance the research by selling the information (as books) and by selling the world’s best Brown’s Gas watertorches. Abundance mentality states, ‘help others and you help yourself’.

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  1. Gary wright says:

    The Open Source LENR Project

    http://www.opensourcelenr.com/

  2. birchbarkbob says:

    My Bullshit meter just rang red alert,
    if anyone watching this video and all the complicated gadgets George put into his honda civic 1983, beware, and just don’t do it, just leave your old honda as it is, because it got 55 mpg without any tampering at all.
    check out this link for instance:
    http://www.mpgomatic.com/2007/10/18/super-cheap-high-mpg-cars-1983/
    where you can read:

    “1983 was another banner year for high-MPG cars in America, with both import and domestic auto manufacturers well-represented among the ranks of cars that eclipsed a 40 MPG highway rating.

    The high-MPG imports were lead by the Volkswagen Rabbit Diesel at 50 city / 67 highway, the Datsun (Nissan) Sentra at 48/62, and the Honda Civic at 46/59. The top of the charts included the Toyota Starlet, Renault Alliance, Isuzu I-Mark, …”

    Need i say more. George, stop bullshitting us!

  3. birchbarkbob,

    I’m responding to your online comment because it brings to light 4 issues that I should address.

    1. Your comment seems to imply that you think I’m miss-stating facts… If this is true; then you do not know me, my history, my credentials, my reputation or my accomplishments.

    For example, even though I’ve never had a single legitimate customer complaint (started business in 1984); I’ve had 7 official investigations of my business by various government agencies (and several ‘unofficial’ ones) simply because I sell fuel saving technology. I’ve complied with government mandates, proved my business ethics and been cleared every time. I work hard to be a source of integrity in a sea of fraud. I’ve been able to survive in this business because I’m meticulous about telling the truth and understating my facts. Most of my sales come from word of mouth… my customers recommend me to their friends.

    2. In reviewing your ‘red flag’ comment, I think you missed the link I included in the video, showing where I got my OEM mileage figures from.
    http://www.fueleconomy.gov/feg/epadata/84guide.txt
    Note that this website shows mileage figures in US gallons.

    You also may not be aware that most high mileage sites often show mileage in Imperial gallons, (so does the Guinness Book of World Records, now over 11,000 mpg). Imperial gallons are 20% bigger than US gallons so makes ‘high mileage’ seem even higher.

    I quote in US gallons because most of my customers are in the USA, buying US gallons, and I want them to get an honest feel of what they can expect when they duplicate my experiments.

    If we multiply the difference between the USA gallon and the Imperial gallon
    http://www.csgnetwork.com/fuelvolumeconverter.html
    we find that my ‘modified’ Honda comes out at 66 MPG Imperial…
    This is not the Vested Interest lies, this is real world combined mileage.

    Here’s a website
    http://www.aboutautomobile.com/Fuel/1983/Honda/Civic
    that makes it pretty clear my 1983 Honda with a 1500 cc engine and 5 speed manual transmission is ‘supposed’ to get (combined mileage)
    Window Sticker 39 mpg (US) and 47 mpg (Imperial) but car companies lie so
    EPA revised is 35 mpg (US) and 42 mpg (Imperial) but the EPA lies too so
    here is a website
    http://www.fuelly.com/car/honda/civic/1983
    that shows actual real world combined mileage is 31.6 mpg (US)

    Now that’s about what I was getting before I started to enhance the car with the ‘complicated gadgets’.
    I have the fuel records from the day the car came into my life, about 178,000 miles worth.
    BTW, even though I am a certified mechanic, I had the engine tuned and carburetor adjusted by Honda mechanics, so even THEY were not able to give me more than 32 mpg (combined) per US gallon.

    You should know that I’m a real ‘rubber meets the road’ kind of guy. I report what IS REAL, not some mileage made up from obscure, ever-changing, hypothetical ‘rules’ that the Vested Interest does not even make public (just try to find out how they ‘got’ their ‘window sticker’ mileage).

    3. I know the internet can be a confusing place, with contradicting ‘facts’. Finding the truth is often difficult. I’ve communicated with the site owners of the link you gave
    http://www.mpgomatic.com/2007/10/18/super-cheap-high-mpg-cars-1983/
    and they told me, upon checking, that the figures were mixed up in the chart and show the 1300cc engine mpg instead of the 1500cc engine mpg.

    4. The real truth is that, even though I hypermile drive, I’ve only been able to achieve OEM window sticker mileage by going downhill. I’m pretty sure most people would agree with me that vehicles do NOT get window sticker mileage in real life. My mileage enhancements start with ACTUAL mileage and improve that (because that’s what affects people’s wallets); I figure it’s just a bonus when the actual mileage exceeds the OEM sticker.

    I develop these fuel saving technologies for MYSELF, test them on my own vehicles and then sell the practical how-to information (I don’t patent).
    http://eagle-research.com/nopatent/patfree.php
    I’ve been telling the truth since before the Internet. It’s the REAL truth, what you can expect in real life, not Vested Interest ‘virtual reality’ Pravda.
    Note: Several people have and are making 6 figure incomes by applying the information they got from one of my books (sometimes they give me credit in their literature but no one has given me a dime in royalty).

    So… It seems that
    1. You don’t know me, so obviously don’t respect me.
    2. You didn’t seem to ‘get’ the difference between the US and Imperial gallons.
    3. You seem to believe that car companies, the EPA and education systems don’t lie…
    If you want to continue believing the Vested Interest Pravda do NOT read this blog
    http://www.eagle-research.com/cms/node/462

    BTW, no bull, I made this video for a friend for fun, because I wanted to answer the question of WHY I still drive this 1983 car… not to show what REALLY can be done by people in their own backyard.
    The video only shows some of the technologies I developed before 1999, giving a 1983 CARBURETED vehicle:
    1. a ‘custom tuning technique’ that significantly increases carburetor efficiency (the Carburetor Enhancer)
    2. true deceleration fuel shutoff (not the pablum Vested Interest still gives us)
    3. true oxygen sensor feedback (to optimize actual air:fuel ratio)
    4. Brown’s Gas combustion enhancement as per
    http://www.eagle-research.com/cms/node/443

    I can get much higher mileage, if I installed all my innovations. I just haven’t installed everything on this car because it isn’t worth my time. It only costs me $20 (in fuel) a month to drive this old, but dependable, car (the vehicle insurance cost is $60 and general maintenance averages about $20 a month). BTW, my technologies have been upgraded to work on the latest fuel systems.

    If anyone thinks I’m wrong, it’s better if they contact me directly… I appreciate it when I’m proven wrong, because I like to work with the truth. Direct communication avoids public embarrassment…
    If anyone has questions about anything related to this video, just ask for clarification.
    Email me via my website ‘contact’ page.
    http://www.eagle-research.com/cms/contact/

    May the blessings be

    George

  4. George,

    Thanks for all you and Dr. Manning are doing to promote the REAL green energy. I bought the plans for and built the capacitve battery charger; It works great, just as you promised.
    I read the e-mail and your response to the guy giving you what for about your mileage improvement technology. My response to this attitude (mind phase-locked in standard paradigm) is ” I can’t believe for you.”

  5. Thank you Paul,
    I’m really glad to hear of your success.
    You are proof that no one needs to ‘believe’,
    they can simply follow instructions and DO IT!
    BTW, I plan to give that 1983 Honda a big fuel mileage upgrade this year.
    May the blessings be
    George

  6. Muy Interesante

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