These Water Powered Technologies Will Make You Question The Need For Gas

Everyday the world becomes aware of technologies that have the potential to halt the unnecessary damage we continue to create using fossil fuels, and water powered technology seems to be one of them.

Below are three examples of technologies showing that we have the potential do really do things differently here on the planet. It’s time to live in a way that resonates with the collective, rather than continually using outdated methods to drive our machinery.

STANLEY MEYER’S WATER FUEL CELL

Stanely Allen Meyer is  one who supposedly invented a water powered car and it received very little attention when it came to making the news available to the masses.

Today, it’s a fairly well known story due to the mass awareness that has been created around the story. Stan’s invention was picked up very briefly by a local news station in Ohio. You can view his patent HERE, it also describes the whole process. You can view the entire collective of his documents here

It was even covered by mainstream media back in the day:

A Brazilian Man Shows Us Why We Don’t Need Gas Stations

A motorcycle able to travel up to 500 kilometres (310 miles) on a litre of water was announced by creator Ricardo Azevedo in Sao Paulo, last month. It’s called the “T Power H20,” and the design includes a combination of water and a single, external car battery that’s used to produce electricity, and spark the process that separates the hydrogen from the water molecule. As a result, the necessary energy to power the bike is created.

A large amount of skepticism still remains about water-powered machinery. Those who are skeptical will often cite various reasons as to why it’s not possible including the law of thermodynamics. While others will just lump it in the plain old “conspiracy realm” with no true reason at all. This has many people confused, why would Ruptly TV, a parent company of RT news, The Daily Mail, websites like the motorbike times and more publish this story?

Sea Water Converted Into Jet Fuel

Scientists at the U.S Naval Research Laboratory have developed a technology to recover carbon dioxide and hydrogen from seawater and convert it into a liquid hydrocarbon fuel. This could be a tremendous breakthrough and eliminate the need for old ways of generating fuel.

It’s just another example of the many ways of generating energy that are now available that could end our dependence on fossil fuels. These new, clean green ways of generating energy have been around for decades, so why are we always talking about them without ever implementing them?

Refueling U.S. Navy Vessels, at sea, is a costly endeavor in terms of logistics, time, fiscal constraints and threats to national security sailors at sea. In Fiscal year 2011, the U.S. Navy Military Sea Lift Command, the primary supplier of fuel and oil to the U.S. Navy fleet, delivered nearly 600 million gallons of fuel to Navy vessels underway, operating 15 fleet replenishment oilers around the globe.” (source)

The Navy successfully used the new fuel-from seawater process to power a radio-controlled scale-model replica of a World War II aircraft with an internal combustion engine. Below is the footage from the test flight.

 

“In close collaboration with the Office of Navel Research p38 Naval Reserve program, NRL has developed a game changing technology for extracting, simultaneously, CO2 and H2 from seawater. This is the first time technology of this nature has been demonstrated with the potential for transition, from the laboratory, to full-scale commercial implementation.” – Dr. Heather Willauer (source)

Researchers say that this approach could be commercially viable within the next seven to ten years. They state interest in pursuing land-based options that could provide a solution to our current problems.