by Todd Foley

It would be nice to have cars that can run on water and eliminate the need for fuel. Is it possible? Gallons of water would literally power the engine.

When hydrogen burns, it gives off water. The only thing coming out the tailpipe is hot air. It’s all perfectly safe.

Can this work? Yes. How much would it cost to retrofit your vehicle?

Just replace your fuel tank with the recovery system, add water and away you go! The only things you’ll change some are non-lethal carbon rods annually. They cost somewhere in the range of what you pay for gasoline in a month of driving.

It is a great step if the technology can be “consumer friendly.” Some fear that large oil and the U.S. automobile industry will never let happen. They have a lot to lose, mainly oil.

They will probably use industrial espionage to steal the idea and make their own profits. Other forms of energy for cars have been around for decades. This is not new.

Opponents argue that the main problem here is that you can not extract hydrogen fast enough to launch a car. You can run your car on water. It is not that complicated for you to easily use this concept to implement a hydrogen gas hybrid.

How can both sides be so divided? It seems quite likely because the water is already in petrol and diesel. It is very easy to extract tons of energy.

It seems likely enough since water is already in gas and diesel. It is very easy to extract tons of energy from it. Water is far more efficient than normal gas or fuel.

When you drive your car using gas, most of the energy is wasted in the form of heat, pollution and vibration. In the average car, only 20% of the energy of the gas is actually used by the engine – the rest is wasted, and absorbed into the atmosphere (attacking the ozone layer and contributing to global warming). You would be using electricity from your car’s battery to convert water into a gas called HHO.

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