While there are so many cars on the streets, the issue that the Earth may run out of fuel has become an escalating problem, despite the fact that vehicles are not the worst burners out there. On the other hand, efforts to change fueling technology for automobiles have gained the attention (and support) of organizations and authorities across the globe. In our most recent years, many companies have poured their attention, and focused their efforts on hybrid engines and electric motors – commonly referred to as green cars. The practical applications of this technology, however, may still take some time.
Meanwhile, there is a simpler, albeit, cheaper solution that you can use when it comes to getting rid of gasoline, reducing fuel consumption and minimizing emissions. What is that, exactly? Well, it’s water. There are hundreds (maybe thousands) of inventors in the past who attempted to prove that water can successfully fuel a a car, however, there are no popular car-makers that attempted to even manufacture such models.
Cars with water-fueled engines, in all likelihood, will not be one hundred percent powered by water. It means that there are fuel sources (other than water) in the car’s tank, and it just works when combined with water. But it is these conceptualizations that brings us closer to a new reality that you could run your vehicle on water. Many automotive scientists have deduced that all you need to construct a “water-burning hybrid”, is to install a simple electrolysis cell underneath your car’s hood. The key is taking electricity from the electrical system of your vehicle, to electrolyze water in a gaseous combination of oxygen and hydrogen – which is usually referred to as oxyhydrogen, HHO or Brown’s Gas.
Studies about water-fueled cars are still ongoing, but once this invention successfully enters the realm of every day practicality, it will undoubtedly affect the world in untold proportions!