Mitigating Global Warming by Integrating Electric and Magnetic Treatment of Fuels within Internal Combustion Engines
The rapid advance of technology over the past thirty years has brought with it many innovative changes and as a result of this progress, we enjoy an assortment of new consumer products that have enriched our lives and provide enormous benefit to us all. Computers have shrunk in size and advanced in capability and sophistication. Cell phone and satellite networks now cover virtually every corner of the globe, providing instant communications. Additionally, medical imaging technologies can now aid with the diagnosis of a variety of illnesses and new surgical and drug therapies have extended life expectancies well beyond where it was only a few decades ago. Countless examples of such advancements in technology, as applied to virtually every aspect of human endeavor have enjoyed similar progress. So why it, with all the technological progress that has occurred over the past thirty years, that automobile manufacturers are still forced to rely on adaptations of 1970’s technology (in the form of catalytic converters) to reduce exhaust emissions from a car’s engine?