writes "My daughter is convinced this technology is the answer to the world's oil problem. It claims that the use of water (HHO/Brown's/Hydroxy gas) improves gas mileage by a HUGE amount. A cursory search on the Internet shows a large number of web sites claiming the improvements are real. A search for any credible websites to debunk this technology have as of yet to respond. Can anyone point to some real scientific numbers from credible sources that either show the technology is valid (I have my doubts) or conclusively prove this is BS technology. I'd love to get my daughter off this kick once and for all."