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Hurricanes Will Cause a Major Spike in Gas Prices!

 


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Many experts agree that a strong Gulf of Mexico hurricane will cause a major spike in gas prices. With hurricane season just gearing up, those same experts predict this to be a very violent year in the gulf region. Even before any storm has formed, oil companies have put in place drastic precautionary measures to protect workers on the offshore rigs.

Unfortunately, hurricanes are not the only threat to gas prices this year. With our presidential election looming, there is a real possibility of terroristic attacks around the world. The extremist will want to test the resolve of our new president and will no doubt stoop to any measure to make their point.

Never forget the action taken by Iran in the late 1970's when they held American hostages for over 400 days. They perceived the Carter administration as weak and inexperienced. If they feel the same way about our next president, they could hold the entire world hostage by attacking the Middle East oil refineries. Can you imagine what gas prices would be like if that were to happen?

We need to prepare ourselves for whatever type of disaster could arise. We must learn to create alternative means of energy and we must do it now! One such source is being advanced through water fuel technology. Used since the late 1800's, water fuel technology may be one of the great solutions to our energy crisis.

The most popular, and most economical use of this technology has been the creation of hydrogen fuel cells for our cars. A simple, do it yourself device can be assembled and installed on any vehicle for under $150. It creates a powerful gas called HHO which, when introduced into your car's engine, will produce terrific gains in gas mileage. Thousands are already in use here in the United States, with reports of up to 60% increases in mileage. The device is perfectly safe for all cars and trucks and is one area of fuel economy that should be explored by every vehicle owner.

It is true that a hurricane will cause a major spike in gas prices if it hits the region of the Gulf of Mexico housing our off shore oil rigs. It is not wise to sit idly by and wait to see what happens. Learn all you can about water fuel technology and be prepared before disaster strikes.

There are many advantages to be found with Water Fuel Technology . I've outlined seven terrific advantages you should know about before a major disaster strikes.

Read the 7 advantages of Water Fuel Technology now!

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