Why Don’t We Have Water Powered Cars Yet?

Why Don’t We Have Water Powered Cars Yet?


Today we’re dipping our toes into the engineering and physics behind water-powered cars!

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Sources:

https://medium.com/@zaron3/nikola-tesla-and-the-conspiracy-against-water-powered-cars-a1e0216c8a23

https://worldwide.espacenet.com/publicationDetails/claims?CC=US&NR=4936961&KC=&FT=E

https://www.huffpost.com/entry/water-powered-cars-possib_b_108326

https://www.popularmechanics.com/cars/a3499/4276846/

http://www1.lsbu.ac.uk/water/water_powered_car.html

https://www.energy.gov/eere/fuelcells/hydrogen-fuel-basics

https://www.thenewatlantis.com/publications/the-hydrogen-hoax

https://www.energy.gov/eere/fuelcells/hydrogen-production-electrolysis

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/8842206

https://afdc.energy.gov/fuels/hydrogen_basics.html

https://www.rivendellvillage.org/Stanley_Meyer_Resonant_Electrolysis_Cell.pdf

https://www.energy.gov/eere/fuelcells/hydrogen-production-natural-gas-reforming

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100 Comments on "Why Don’t We Have Water Powered Cars Yet?"


  1. #DearBlocko How does the human body recreate itself (aka woman being pregnant creating a child) making a new human alive? And by that I mean how does it create organs, bones, guts, flesh, muscles, ligaments, etc.

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  2. I have heard of these things called proton exchange membranes that supposedly make the electrolysis more efficient

    How effective I’m not sure though

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  3. Life Noggin: "If you could power your car on anything imaginable, what would it be?"

    Me: To answer that, we need to talk about p a r a l l e l u n i v e r s e s

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  4. I can answer this, gasoline when put into the car, gives a spark, which makes power and exhaust. Water doesnt spark…. Also our oceans and lakes would be lowering quicker

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  5. Hey, if our cars can't run on water… Then why aren't we using poo? I mean it's been sorta proven that we can use poop to power cars…

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  6. Simple because all them corrupt oil companies would get salty and make no money from all them water powered cars

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  7. I've already seen an add on my TV for something that looked like a water powered car
    So it could actually be in production

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  8. Wait why not selzer powered cars think of it carbonation causes pressure pressure can be used to power something if we have a steady flow of air to keep the pressure then it would work

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  9. The reason we don’t is because the guy that created the first one was poisoned by a member of the fuel companies just so they could keep making money

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  10. Water powdered cars is an utterly stupid and idiotic idea. We are already trying to conserve our water so why tf would we start using it for cars

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  11. I would fuel my car with the sun not like solar power I would have the sun in my car shrunken down to the size of a basket ball so it wouldn't turn into a black hole

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  12. I'd power my car on air if possible. Like the engine is able to take air in from outside and put it back out the way it came in. I think that would be pretty cool.

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  13. Small, nuclear fueled vehicles would be pretty cool if people weren't crashing things, letting maintenance issues slide, and letting fluids from their cars spill on the roads all the time.

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  14. What if you put a turbine in the front of a car, so the momentum of it moving powers a motor, producing power. The only flaw is getting the car moving

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  15. Don’t give me this turd swaggle. There are artificial leaves dude that do it in the presence of light… some pos company on YouTube to feed cows some hay🤒

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  16. Wouldn't it be nice if my depression powered my car. I'd have fuel for years if tf he economy keeps up.

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  17. Uranium 235 use a mini nuclear reactor jk but if it's possible imagine having a vehicle capable of driving for decades before refueling.

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  18. The true reason lies with law of supply and demand… Everyone will buy cars if fuel is cheap. What more if it's free?

    A lot of Asian country already have problem on too much vehicle on the road after oil price went down from 150 down to 45 per barrel.

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  19. oil and greedy people. the first car invented (electric) in early 1900s before they replace the engine (combustion/oil) 1920s. same things happend to this invention. it did not benefit them much so they hide this [email protected]

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  20. The people here and the guy who post this don't know Daniel Dingel from philippines, search the internet pls

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  21. A Pakistani scientists actually made one a few years ago but after some days that news vanished like thin air and that dude left his experiments. This whole mafia of oil and auto mobile industry would never let anybody interfere in their business

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