Sad to say im checking out for new horizions.

Discussion in 'General Questions' started by graucho, Sep 9, 2008.

  1. graucho

    graucho Active Member

    I'm sorry to say that i'll only be checking in here once a month due to
    lack of time caused from deadlines in hydrogen inventions.
    Its always been one of the highlights of my day checking in here
    and absorbing everyones knowledge and knowhow. My advancements
    in hydrogen experimentation and custom builds has sparked the interest in
    a motorcycle manufacturer with hopes i'll aid them in advancing their cycles
    to the next level of technology. Its kind of scary for me since i'll have to
    travel abroad within this unstable world. Not to mention their broken "engrish".
    I'm off to find solutions for the revolution. See ya in about a month. graucho

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  2. TOO COOL!

    Keep us updated Graucho!



    What am I looking at???
  3. stude13

    stude13 Active Member

    dont stay away too long. mitch
  4. terrence

    terrence Member

    Man, just my luck. Just joined and read your post. I would have been interested in learning about your special builds. Safe travels. Good luck in your venture.
  5. will_start

    will_start Member

    hey Graucho,

    they have the internet outside of the USA too.
    heck, we even get it down here in australia,

    go hard on the inventing...
  6. kerf

    kerf Guest

    Good luck, stay safe and don't forget us little people when you get to the top.
  7. alternativefuel

    alternativefuel New Member

    Dude, we'll see you on the other side. Don't blow anything up when your there lol.
    The prototype's come a long way since i've seen it. You deserve it you persistant "F"
    Wish I was living close again. God bless ya man. Lawrence.
    Last edited: Sep 10, 2008
  8. Marktur

    Marktur Member

    Graucho - I would love to get you to post an article about what you're doing to my site,

    Your project is definitely of big interest to the folks that come to my site. We have a forum, too, but I would definitely use your story on the front page if you'd like to write something.

    This world needs more guys like you, man! :)

    Anyway, email directly if you're interested:


    PS. Can everyone please show me some love and come visit my site? :) All registered users will get a killer sticker for their bikes at the end of the month when they come out.
  9. arceeguy

    arceeguy Active Member

    You had me until the "engrish" comment. Then I thought to myself that you weren't traveling to Wisconsin to talk to an American manufacturer, but took a cheap shot at the Asian manufacturer that was willing to listen to you and wants to work with you. Hope they don't visit this forum!

    Good luck anyway - have a safe trip.
  10. kerf

    kerf Guest

    My ethnic background's redneck, how does that work into a sentence.
  11. SimpleSimon

    SimpleSimon Active Member

    Congratulations, graucho, on chasing your dreams so effectively!
  12. Good luck, have fun, and don't step in anything!

  13. fastboy9

    fastboy9 Member

    Good luck Graucho,
    Im sure you going to do fantastic things.
    I remember some people doubted you on the electrolisys of water, but it fascinated me and I went on to build one too!
    Cant wait to hear how you are getting on, whether its mbc or on new scientist!

    Congratulations on getting so far .... and good luck for the rest!

  14. Skyliner70cc

    Skyliner70cc Active Member

    Good luck Graucho. If you can violate the laws of physics and actually obtain more energy from hydrogen gas that it takes to create it via electrolysis you'll be rich and famous.
  15. alternativefuel

    alternativefuel New Member

    Reading graucho's threads/posts I dont ever recall him saying he could obtain more
    energy from hydrogen gas than it takes to create it via electrolysis. I do recall how
    excited he was not using any gasoline.
    I know his years of hydro experiments led him to other inovative finds.
    Via PM, he said he is contracted to help develope a hydrogen (not electrolysis)
    injection system for a leading Motorcycle Co.
    Last edited: Sep 24, 2008