Iranian Scientist Takes His “Water-Powered Car” for a Spin
- This scientist better watch his back. He is not the first to invent this. 25 years ago American Stan Meyer had already achieved this (see videos below). Many scientists who managed to achieve technology that does away with oil have died mysteriously. The Illuminist Oil Cartel will not allow anyone to threaten their business.
Published on Nov 27, 2016
Iranian scientist Alaeddin Qassemi unveiled his new invention, a car that he says is powered by water, in Karaj, Sunday. The car can reportedly run on 60 litres (15 gallons) of water and is able to travel up to 900 kilometres (559 miles) in 10 hours. The power is generated after H2O is split into hydrogen and oxygen which react chemically to produce energy. According to the inventor, the car’s engine only produces water vapour, causing next to zero air pollution. A litre (0.26 gallons) of water can reportedly generate some 96 megajoules (MJ) of energy while a litre of gasoline produces only 29 megajoules (MJ) of energy.
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