Necessity is the mother of invention. But imagination is what propels it.
Look at the Atom Exciter Energy Field. The energy field is igniting the atoms in the air. The combustion engine with an arc from a spark plug in a car is igniting the gasoline for combustion. But did you know that in a modern engine 93.75% of the combustion is air? Only 6.25% is gasoline. Actually, only 21% of the air is oxygen, so the 6.25% gas and 21% oxygen is what is combusting. The 76% nitrogen and 3% gases (argon, water, etc.) just pass out the exhaust.
If we put some gunpowder loosely on a surface and ignite it, it would fizzle and burn. If we put the gunpowder in an enclosure, it would explode. It is the same with gasoline. If we put a small puddle on a surface and ignite it, it would burn. Enclose it and it would explode. Our Atom Exciter Energy Field is igniting the atoms in the air. If we would put the air in an enclosed place, under pressure, and ignited it, it would explode much like a combustion engine.
Imagine a car engine running on air. You probably didn't imagine a car engine running on 93.75% air. The energy field from our Atom Exciter could be made much smaller, possibly as small as the high voltage arc from the spark plug. The difference is it is a low voltage, high frequency energy field from our Atom Exciter igniting the air in the cylinder of the car engine.
Our Atom Exciter Energy Field is igniting 100% of the air. That means 76% nitrogen, 21% oxygen, and 3% other gases and water. We would have way more power. The results are no hydrocarbons going out the exhaust into our atmosphere (air, invisible active force, or life force) that gives us life.
The Atom Exciter Energy Field is electrical, much like lightning. It does not harm the air. It benefits the Earth, our home. The fossil fuels or hydrocarbons, after igniting, harm our air by putting carbon dioxide into it.
Another possible way of running a combustion engine is by putting steam into the cylinder and igniting the steam with our Atom Exciter Energy Field. We have already learned that we can ignite steam in our energy field.