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Water Is Good For Drinking And Fuel

Jul 25, 2008
Fuelling a car with water has long been promoted by the science fiction community. Ideas such as this have been documented by such authors as H. G. Wells, Isaac Asimov and Piers Anthony. These inventive minds have always created technology never dreamed of.

A dream for running a vehicle on water has been many peoples' desire since the inception of water used as energy for power plants. Water-fuelled inventions have been tried by many people. Each invention has failed, until recently.

In Japan, inventors believe they have found the key to making water a valuable source for car fuel. It has not yet been patented but it is on its way. Once the patent has been established, other companies will be able to use it.

The car companies will be able to make vehicles that are cheaper and cleaner once this patent is publicized. The ozone layer has been damaged by the pollution created by emissions of gas from vehicles. Many believe a second ice age is not too far behind with the ozone layer being damaged.

Once the oil used to create petrol has become obsolete and the water-fuelled cars are created, our air will be cleaner. With the clean air, the cases of cancer will lessen. This step will be good for the environment and the people of the planet.

Japan has always been a step ahead of other technologically based countries. The cell phone, computers and video games have been invented and reinvented by the technology industry of Japan. The water based fuel movement is just another notch on the Japanese technology belt.

A dream of inventors has always been water-fuelled vehicles. Creating an engine that uses only water as a fuel has been tried by many men. Both Stanley Meyers and Henry Garrett have come short of the real thing, though they are known for having invented ways to use water as a fuel.

Stanley Meyers had claimed he created a water-fuelled engine. However, his design did not show how the machine actually worked. He claimed to have had made an engine that used no other energy source than that of water.

A machine that produced hydrogen by a mysteriously efficient form of electrolysis was what he claimed. It was discovered, however, that his machine was merely a perpetual motion machine. The mechanics of his engine defied the second law of thermodynamics.

A water-fuelled carburetor was what Henry Garrett had invented. It was not entirely a new invention, but a redesign of the regular carburetor. This is not considered a water-fuelled engine as the gas was still the source of energy, however, it did help in advancing water-based fuel research.

Once the Japanese receive the patent on their new water-fuelled vehicle, the futuristic attitude will quickly become a modern concept. The water-fuelled vehicle will create a cleaner world. People will enjoy a cleaner and cheaper vehicle.
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