Post #91…No Common Sense…Example #78

Super Carburetors * The most productive inventor in the field of carburetion was probably G.A. Moore. Out of some 1,700 patents that he held, 250 of them were related to the automobile and its carburetion. While industry relies on his air brakes and fuel injection...

Post #90…No Common Sense…Example #77

Trustworthy Professions * The following comments were taken from the February 22, 2024 issue of The Kiplinger Letter. “CAREERS: When it comes to the country’s most trustworthy professions, Nurses top the list with 78% of Americans rating nurses’...

Post #89…No Common Sense…Example #76

Ultrasonic Fuel Systems * With the advent of the fuel crisis of 1973 there were a number of experimenters who found solutions involving the use of ultrasonic fuel systems. Much of this work involved using some transducers to “vibrate” existing fuels down...

Post #88…No Common Sense…Example #75

Water to Hydrogen Fuel * Sam Leach of Los Angeles developed a revolutionary hydrogen extraction process during the mid-1970s. This unit was said to easily extract free Hydrogen from water and yet be small enough for use in automobiles. In 1976 two independent labs in...

Post #87…No Common Sense…Example #74

Fuelless Car Systems * Robert Alexander and a partner spent only forty-five days and around five-hundred dollars to put together a car that confounded experts. A small 7/8 twelve-volt motor provided the initial power. Once going, a hydraulic and air system took over...

Post #86…Common Sense Guidelines

Whether making decisions or solving problems, the following guidelines will never let you down. * The new definition for Common Sense (Ref. Post #2). * You do not have a process until it is definable, repeatable, and measurable. * Never underestimate the power of a...