Using Water For Fuel

I know it mind sound a little out there, but I've been getting emails about water powered cars. At first I thought this was some kind of joke, but I decided to look into it none the less.

Surprises Are Worth Getting

I was pleasantly surprised to find out that there is indeed water powered cars. Without looking so long on the Internet, I found Water Car Pro. Water Car Pro uses a water fracturing system as part of a hydrogen fuel cell, enabling a car to be run on water.

Nothing New

Amazingly enough, this technology is not something new. It had already been around since the 1930s when Canadian inventor Charles Nelson Pogue showed how a car could run on a gallon of gasoline, by making use of water as a primary fuel source. Of course the oil companies didn't like this, so Pogue ended up with a cushy job and the water powered car plans were shelved.

Today's world is different than Pogue's time. Peak Oil is looming, resource wars are cropping up, and the masses are yearning for change. Water Car Pro may have the key to that change. We'll have to wait and see.

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