You might have heard of it from your friends or you might have seen the actual video yourself in Youtube or Metacafe. However, many people still do not believe that water (H2O) can be used as an alternative fuel for cars. This is because they have been educated that energy must come from flammable stuff such as petrol and oil. Since water is not a flammable stuff, of course, water cannot generate energy at all. Therefore, it is impossible to run a car on water because water cannot be used as fuel. However, is this true? I strongly disagree to this to a large extent and here, I will tell that you can run your car on water because water is indeed a source of energy!
Firstly, it is possible because water is a molecule and the elements can actually be rearranged using electricity. What we are doing now is using the electricity from car battery to rearrange the water molecule (H2O) into Oxyhydrogen or Brown's gas. (You can read more about the gas here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oxyhydrogen_flame)
Secondly, if you look at the application of Oxyhydrogen, you will realize that the gas has been used for fuel enhancement for many years. However, it does not provide the information on how to generate the gas "perpetually". You can find a guide book on how to modify your car engine so that it can generate the flammable gas from water "perpetually" and at low cost.
Lastly, you can notice that Oxyhydrogen is now being used widely in many industry fields. Most of them are using the gas to generate high energy and high heat for welding metal and cut glass. Therefore, it is possible that water indeed can generate enough energy to move a car.
From the information above, using water to run your own car is not a rocket science at all. It is changing water into a flammable gas using your car battery.
Tuesday, 12 February 2008
Posted by Sugiex at 21:53