NanoTech EeFuel Review – Does This Fuel Enhancer Work?

Like me, you are probably sick and tired of $4.00/gallon gas prices. I’m probably worse off, since my BMW only takes premium, and that is 20-40 cents more expensive per gallon! When I first heard about NanoTech eeFuel, I was a little leery about putting it into my precious high-performance vehicle…and when it claimed that I could use REGULAR octane gasoline in conjunction with eeFuel, I was definitely hesitant.

But I did some research, and it seemed to be a proven and tested product, and I also saw that there were other fuel enhancers that let you use regular instead of premium. eeFuel’s big appeal is that it is an environmentally-friendly fuel enhancer that reduces emissions by 50%, transforms regular gasoline into high-performance, reduces need for engine maintenance, and increases gas mileage by an average of 18%.

Or so the studies claim…but we all know that studies say whatever the organization who hired the consultants tell them to say. Nonetheless, I decided to go with my gut and try out this NanoTech eeFuel.

A week later my eeFuel arrived in the mail. I had purchased two bottles as part of a pre-launch promotion. I was astonished at how tiny the bottles are! I mean, they look like the size of a beer bottle in the picture.

But in reality, you could fit the bottle in your pocket! Not that you’d want to, since it is filled with fuel additive…but anyway, this tiny little bottle actually contains TEN applications. The bottle is 120 mL, and you mix 12 mL per 15 gallons of gasoline. It also comes with a helpful ‘scoresheet’ for tracking your gas mileage before and after each usage…that way you can see right away how much you are saving.

Last Tuesday I filled up at the pump, with REGULAR octane gas. The difference between regular and premium was 30 cents per gallon.

15 gallon tank x .30 per gallon=$4.5 in savings per gas-up. Well, that may not be a lot of money by itself. But, consider that there are 10 usages per bottle of eeFuel, and it only costs $27 for a bottle, and you are going to save $45 just in the difference between fuel types.

Assuming that your vehicle normally takes premium, that is. So anyway, the eeFuel bottle kind of measures itself for how much you need to dispense, and you just insert it into your fuel tank just like the gas nozzle. You want to put the eeFuel in first, then gas up, so that it will mix best.

As I was driving along afterwards, I wasn’t really sure what to expect. If I heard bumping or scraping, then I would know that my engine didn’t like the regular octane and that the eeFuel wasn’t really transforming it into high-performance fuel.

But I didn’t…in fact, my BMW was actually driving even MORE smoothly than before!! It’s been a week since, and the car has just continued to drive great. So it seems that NanoTech eeFuel lives up to that part of its claim!

But what about the gas mileage? Well, normally my vehicle gets 28 miles to the gallon. When I’d gone through 2 gallons, according to the gas gauge, I checked the odomoter…and I had travelled 70 miles since I filled up at the tank!

That’s 35 miles per gallon, an increase of 7 mpg, or 25%!! That’s even better than the 18% eeFuel had claimed as the average. So if my fuel efficiency INCREASED by 25%, that is the same as if gas prices had DECREASED by 25%…so paying $4.00 per gallon for gas gets me 25% more, so it’s actually like I’m paying $3.00 per gallon for gas!!

consider that this gas purchase was a business expense, a product test that is ordinary and reasonable in the course of determining whether or not NanoTech eeFuel is a good product to add to my business. So shave off 30% as a tax-deductive expense, and that tank of gas had a net cost to me of $2.10 per gallon, or $31.5.

Not bad!!

All in all, I am very pleased and impressed with the eeFuel’s performance. It has improved the performance of my vehicle, let me save 30 cents per gallon by purchasing lower octane gas, AND improved my gas mileage by 25%. Considering that the cost of eeFuel is just $2.70 per tank of gas, I think this is a damn good product!

Future Nano Tech Solution – Engine Compartment Oil and Grease Leak Stopping Compounds

Not long ago, I was talking to an airframe and power plant mechanic and he had to go out on his day off and take care of an oil leak that spooked one of the pilots during his preflight. It turned out that is it was a simple problem, and it was fixed right away, but if he hadn’t gone out on his day off during the weekend, the aircraft would’ve been grounded. It turns out the oil leak was nothing too serious, but the pilot was unsure, and for his own safety, and the safety of the very expensive $6 million aircraft he chose to not fly it.

Okay so let’s talk about this for second, because maybe some of these oil leaks should be fixing themselves. Back in the old days of the radial engines, there used to be a joke that if the airplane wasn’t leaking oil, that was a really bad sign, and you shouldn’t fly it. In other words, they weren’t supposed to leak oil, but in the modern age, we want everything to work perfect all the time, and if oil is leaking, that is almost as if the human body is bleeding, and there is a problem somewhere, a problem which needs to be looked at. We can all understand that right?

Still, what if we had a future nano tech solution for this problem? Perhaps we could put nanoparticles at all the fittings, and along the hoses, it might be a coating of some type. When there was an oil leak all the nanoparticles would get together and swarm the leak to stop the bleeding so to speak? Right now, we have bioengineered blood which coagulates very quickly and seals up wounds for soldiers. This of course is applied by a human, perhaps a medic, self-medicating, or by one of the soldier’s buddies on the battlefield. Perhaps in the future all of this could be done simultaneously from inside the uniform, but I digress.

It’s not that the digression wasn’t needed, or shouldn’t have been stated however, because if we took that same theory of that obvious future innovation and applied it inside the cowling of an aircraft we could essentially do the same thing; self-healing oil leak fixing. Perhaps we should be thinking about this for pipelines, water lines, engines, and a host of other things. It makes sense, and future smart materials should be able to do this.

After all we have self-cleaning windows, and titanium dioxide which automatically cleans stainless steel kitchen equipment. It’s not such a far-fetched idea. Therefore, I ask that you please consider all this and think on.

Carbon Fiber and NanoTech Will Improve the Accuracy in Archery

There have been some incredible technological advances in archery over the past couple of hundred years, but we are about to see a huge technological leap with new nano materials. Arrows and bows made out of carbon nano tubes, graphene, and bucky paper will make arrows super strong, and very accurate, as well as thinner and thus, faster.

For the crossbow hunter this gives them a superb advantage over wild game. Almost to the point that it isn’t fair, of course it wouldn’t be fair to hunt wild mammals with a sniper rifle either. And if you are hunting something that could hurt you, you don’t necessarily want it to be a fair fight anyway. Still, with these new high-tech materials there will be no competition.

There will however be competition in archery, as these new materials are being used by all participants. The accuracy ratios will be nearly unheard-of, the distances to the target can be increased, but the accuracy will get even better. Right now the manufacturers of these nano to materials have a few hurdles and barriers to cross, but within the next five years they will revolutionize the sport of archery.

It will be very interesting to see what the Olympic judges determine when using these new more accurate materials. We are already seeing with high-tech swimsuits, and special prosthesis running legs, that they given a very banished. In the archery space each athlete is allowed to use the same high-tech materials, and thus, it evens out any advantage.

Still, for the very first contestants and archery athletes that have these new materials, they will have an advantage for at least the length of time until their competitors get the same tools. Please consider all this.

A Prudent Alarm to Nanotech Industrial Workers

Being a tremendously inter-disciplinary subject, nanotechnology which comprises of life sciences, materials science, and engineering sciences shines out as the upcoming field in many industries. Nanoparticles that are of 10-9 in size act as a bridge between mass materials and atomic structures. That is the reason of why they form a great scientific attention. To define on the whole, nano-science comprises the basic sciences like physics, biology and chemistry and understanding their properties on atomic and molecular scales. Nanotechnology occupies controlled manipulation of the atomic properties to make materials to exhibit their exclusive capabilities.

One such industry in which nanoparticles are used is the food industry. Nanotechnology is soon to set its foot in food industry and futuristically speaking, the science will be utilized in food production and also for food detection. Broadly Nanoscience is the wide subject providing ample opportunities as the production of less waste using less sized particles is the need of our hour where environment is a must to be taken into account. Nanotechnological companies are on high roads in the field of food production already.

The expected impact of nanotechnological methods, machines, and products is to be extensive and frankly speaking, Nanotechnologies have the potentials to proffer exciting promises which will benefit the society as a whole. But it is important to consider both pros and cons of the technology. The darker side of the nanoparticles is that they can cause brain damage. The recent studies with the rats have proved this which is equivalent to Alzheimer’s disease.

The primary effect is to the workers working in Nanotech companies. There is a possibility of health risks and this is unconventional. That means we need to practice some practices in the industries which can provide safety measures. The presence of engineered nanoparticles in the workplace today fronts an instant challenge to safety measure controls to manage the workers’ health.

It is throbbing when we listen to experts and their researches stating that companies spend billions of money for the research and leave away just a few million for the whole safety and regulatory measures. Finally it is required to put in a serious investment in safety measures for a field of nanotechnology risk research.

Abatement Bacteria and Control with NanoTech for Lunar Base Station

Have you ever consider what would happen if you are on a colony on the moon and all a sudden runaway bacteria or virus becomes so pervasive that you cannot stop it and it threatens the lives of the crewmembers? It is for this reason that we need abatement procedures and protocols to stop the bacteria from overtaking a Lunar or Martian colony.

But how can we control bacteria in an enclosed capsule or environment without setting off a chain of events? Well very carefully might be the right answer? Nevertheless if we have nano tech devices or nano bots which attack the bacteria where it is clustered and move on to the greatest threat first and continue working until all the bacteria is abated and deleted from the lunar base station, capsule or space station, then we will be well on our way of solving the problem you see?

Is it possible that the nano bots could handle the problem? Indeed it is and it is only a matter of time until they do. Consider if you will that nano bots and nano tech may be used inside the human bio-system to go through the body and constantly weed out cancer cells?

Well the only difference would be that the air inside the capsule, space station is less dense than inside the human body and that the space is bigger and thus you might need a larger amount or a handful of these to take care a larger run away bacteria, mold or virus problem in the artificial habit of the colony, space capsule or space station. So, consider this in 2006.

Fuel Legacy – Updated Review of Nanotech EeFuel Additive

The Fuel Legacy eeFuel product, for those who have not yet heard of it, is a special environmentally-friendly new fuel additive launched by Fuel Legacy. If you have read my previous review of it, I presented the initial results of my decision to buy eeFuel and try it out in my 2003 BMW. Now that I have gone through the entire bottle of eeFuel, I am going to share the complete results.

My BMW has a 15 gallon tank, and so it takes 10 mL of eeFuel each time that I fill ‘er up. The bottle of eeFuel containts 120 mL, so I got 12 tankfuls of use out of the bottle. Now, normally my BMW only takes premium fuel, but by mixing in the eeFuel additive I am able to gas up just using regular. That’s a savings of 40 cents per gallon…and at 15 gallons per tank, with 12 tankfuls per bottle, I saved $72 even if the fuel additive doesn’t improve my gas mileage even a little!

So if I saved $72 right there, and the bottle only cost me $27, I should stop right there, right? But remember, this savings only applies to those who would otherwise have to fill up their tank with high-test. For a vehicle that normally runs on regular gas, this wouldn’t make any difference.

So let’s keep talking about the results I got from eeFuel. I averaged out the results from the 12 tanks of gas and ended up with an average of approx. 31 miles per gallon. Before using eeFuel, my car would get 28 miles per gallon. So 31-28=3 miles per gallon performance improvement. 3/28=approx. 11% increase in gas mileage.

So how much is that, really? Well, gas averaged $3.75 here in Savannah GA for regular, over the time I used this bottle of eeFuel, so $3.75*15 gallons per tank*12 tankfuls per bottle of eeFuel=$675 spent on gas. $675*.11=$74.25 savings from increased gas mileage.

So $74 may not sound like a lot of money, but add that to the $72 from filling up with regular instead of premium, and that’s about $146 that I saved on gas because I chose to buy eeFuel.

Here’s a little chart that I made that breaks down the numbers of the results from my first bottle of eeFuel:

12 #tankfuls per bottle of eeFuel

$6.00 Savings per tank using regular instead of high-test

$72.00 Savings per bottle of eeFuel for regular vs high-test

0.107142857 % increase in gas mileage

$675.00 cost of gas over 12 tankfuls

$72.32 Savings in increased gas mileage per bottle of eeFuel

$144.32 Total savings from using one bottle of eeFuel

$26.99 Cost of one bottle of eeFuel

$117.33 NET savings from using one bottle of eeFuel

But in terms of ‘the catch’, well obviously eeFuel isn’t FREE, you have to buy eeFuel. It also take a few minutes extra when you are gasing up to take out the bottle, measure out the eeFuel, pour it into your tank, etc. But I’ll pay $27 and spend a few minutes puttering about to save $140 any day!

Nano Technology and the Future of Nano Machines in the Human Biosystem

It is widely speculated and many in the medical profession and research field believe inevitable that in the near future nano-machines will go into the body to fix problems at the cell level, kill cancer sells and remove toxins. Is this real or is it Science Fiction? Sure, but the issues are more with blood cleaning and liver cleaning first and these nano-machines will help by allowing the system to do its job.

The machines could be removed by blood filtration and the immune system could eat the rest. One scientist speculated that an old woman could regain her youth and appear half her age in a very short time? Like as in weeks, days or hours; possible? Some say yes, but realize it would really be noticeable upon the next cycle of “change-over” of body cells, could take 2-years to see the bug differences. Also realize that gene therapy would also be needed. Which takes it to the DNA repair level.

Some that oppose this believe that the woman’s own immune system would attack the nanomites or nano-machines. Is this true? It would be a war inside her own body right? Well yes, the youthful immune systems would need to be downplayed during the process. Perhaps “Blocker food supplements” like the ones, which bind with fat, they might bind with the nutrients, which super charge, the immune system.

You might allow the process to occur and then Super Vitamin C that was100 times better than regular vitamin C to finish off the machines. Allow them to accumulate somewhere in the body and use an electromagnetic dent puller and suck them out through an arm pit or body cavity area maybe your toes, might be a 1-hour process to get them to come to the surface for recycle or discharge or destroy, take anything left with them?

We just do not know yet? If the nanomites or nano-machines work in the blood stream alone it might be a simpler task. We do not know, only that these scientific studies are on their way. Our Online Think Tank has been readying lots on this, you can subscribe to Foresight Online News NanoTech to learn more. Should we allow these unnatural nanomites to go into our bio-systems to make us younger? Is this technology worth the risk?

Well, how much is life worth, now Grandma is on drugs and taking 13 different prescriptions and spending her children’s inheritance to stay alive and not even a healthy dignified life often, just alive? How much is life worth? How much is it worth to you? Is it possible that these nanomites will cause worse issues, like disease and death? Well we do not know yet. But critics decry this technology.

These statements cannot be made; we do not know this yet. Either side (pro or con) needs to hold short of promising the world or taking it away. We do not know, science does not know; only speculation, Sci Fi and future studies. Yes, nano-tech should be able to do all these great things. And yes there are side affects and risks, that we will discover along the way.

The possibility for living longer happier and healthy lives is worth the downside risk, we must find out. Of course some say so would gene therapy but of course, that promise started 20 years ago, where is it now? I certainly hope this article is of interest and that is has propelled thought. The goal is simple; to help you in your quest to be the best in 2007. I thank you for reading my many articles on diverse subjects, which interest you