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Question by meeta
Submitted on 11/14/2003
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Is there any effect of magnetic field on gasoline molecules? can magnetic field applied at the fuel supply line to the engine align gasoline molecules in parallel rows so as to burn more efficiently?

Answer by mailreply@nospamearthlink.net
Submitted on 4/11/2004
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Yes there is a seemingly noticable effect that does occur when aligning these molecules, however there are certain considerations when applying rotational speed and EMF's that will need to be experimented with. RJ


Answer by wishbones
Submitted on 1/1/2006
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I have heard that there is a device that is magnetic that you can purchase and put on your fuel line to help improve fuel economy, but I wonder if you had one of those little motors that you find in toy cars would work as well, because the motor is in a circular housing, it seems if you could remove the motors insides and use a hacksaw to cut off the top part of the housing that you could slip that over the fuel line and it would work too. I have'ntever tried it, but it seems like it would work.


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