Mills talks engines while visiting California

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By Daniel Jones, editor


Converse’s Cecil Mills, who for years has pushed an engine of his design as a way to cut pollution, recently completed a tour of California to push renewable-energy and its necessity to human survival.

The engine itself uses hydrogen peroxide as the combustible, and yields a safe mix of water and oxygen, instead of carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, particulates, and other pollutants.

Mills states that he feels lucky to have made the trip, as people pitched in to help in his travels, and that meeting with Honda representatives was a huge step in recognition of his engine.


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