Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Water fueled Car

Yet another great invention thwarted primarily because *they* want to keep selling us stuff we don't or shouldn't need.

It Runs on Water is a video with
Stanley Meyer demonstrating the water fuel cell in a car. Meyer claimed that he
could run a 1.6 liter
on water instead of gasoline. He replaced the
spark plugs with
"injectors" to spray a fine mist into the engine cylinders, which he claimed
were electrified at a
. The fuel cell would split water into hydrogen and oxygen gas,
which would combust back into water vapor in a conventional hydrogen engine to
produce net energy. Estimates made showed that only 22 US gallons (83 L) of
water were required to travel from one US coast to the other. Meyer also
demonstrated his vehicle for his city's local news station Action 6 News. A
video of the buggie in action can be
found here.


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