ConsumerAffairs.com - Possible $cientology Link to "Run Your Car on Water" Scam "Run Your Car On Water" Scheme Could Leave Consumers All Wet From the article: Run Your Car On Water' Scheme Could Leave Consumers All Wet Scientists debunk 'scammish' gas-from-water claims By David Wood, ConsumerAffairs.com July 17, 2008 What if you could install a small device under your car hood and improve your fuel economy by 50 percent? With today's soaring gas prices, a device like that sounds pretty good. Almost too good, in fact. These widely-advertised devices, known variously as a "hydrogen generator" or "hydrogen booster," claim to be able to use electricity from your car battery to split water into its components of oxygen and hydrogen. This supposedly forms what is called "Browns Gas." Scientists say the idea is preposterous, with one saying the energy created would "not amount to a hill of beans." ... Mr. Freedom also invented the "Spongebee," which he describes as "the new all-American flying craze." Further, he is the founder of something called Sane Computers. That Web site has the headline, "New Mind-Blowing Invention Puts An End To... Your Computer Frustrations!" Additionally, Freedom's portfolio lists many awards, including the "Sponsor For Total Freedom" by the International Association of Scientologists. Moar in article along with video. Comments: You have to love them for their "creativity" even while you hate them for their lies and dishonesty.