Have you seen a water powered Car???? Me yes!! No need petrol or gasoline

United Arab Emirates
November 2, 2006 4:28pm CST
have you seen a water powered car, imagine no need of petrol or gasoline for fuel only water is enough to run the whole car? This is possible coz I have seen already from the Philippines a car running with water only I dont know why the govt. didnt support this invention made by a Filipino Hmmm this is a major break through andits been done for years but no body take it to mass production. I wonder why,
5 responses
@meeoww (1174)
• United States
4 Nov 06
Yes, my 1st thought was that if a government bought the patent, they would hide it in the back room of the patent office never to be seen again because it could cripple so much of the world industry. And maybe you're right about your government being under pressure from other governments not to encourage it. It would be up to a private investor or corporation to take it to the next step. We can only hope. Aloha!
• United Arab Emirates
4 Nov 06
Oh definitely true, not only with this invention but alot another example is a military helicopter that was localy built and a jet but then it was scrapped of the budget and have no idea what happen to it there are lot of things that are lacking support from the govt in our place, so alot of inventions are being invented but alot of them also are not being exploit. anyways thanks for a nice reply.
@suzieque (2336)
• Canada
2 Nov 06
Wow! That would be great if they started mass production. With all the polution that the regular car causes, they should!!!
• United Arab Emirates
2 Nov 06
for me I dont think they would the main thing is there would be a collapse on world market the main thing that would be hit is the oil prices it will surge down for sure if they do this, but on the positive side is yes it will reduce pollution in the world but as we know the big powers wont allow it in the near time coz they are enjoying the high prices of il, actually that what I am thinking now why our givt. is not supporting this technology because the major powers will not allow it. but look on the positive side of it clean environment right:)
@srhelmer (6930)
• Beaver Dam, Wisconsin
2 Nov 06
Part of the problem people don't talk about with vehicles like that is just how much mileage they get. For example, the big thing in the United States right now is cars that run on Ethanol, which is cheaper than gasoline. However, when you factor in the fact Ethanol cars get considerably less miles to the gallon, you're not saving anything. I think a water powered car would have problems achieving required speeds.
• United Arab Emirates
2 Nov 06
My friend it runs how many kilometers and speed is no diference if I can only explain it but I dont know either but I have seen in TV he drives it in long distance using only water as fuel and its running smooth and its also good on health coz it doesnt emit Carbon monoxide like gasoline or petrol, if it will only be develop further for sure it will be no different with gasoline powered car, but the main problem here is fundings our govt. wont support their inventors in such a way the whole country can benifit.
@macubx (11422)
• Philippines
2 Nov 06
its extracting Hydrogen from water.. i seen this invention took place in Finland.. yup i wonder why, and i think its because the government is benefiting fro those gas companies..
• United Arab Emirates
2 Nov 06
NO my friend this was originally invented by a Filipino his name is Jingle it was in the nineteen eightees when he invented the technology and try it with old cars in dat days, its was one of the greatest invention in that days until now by the Philippines but the govt. didnt support it and it not push through and alot of other nation is comming to the main inventor to buy the technology and patent on it but he refused to do it because he want the Philippines to benifit from it now his own car is running and fueled only by water it has been shown many times in the news but the govt is still ignoring it no body want to givefunding to develop the such technology, that inventor is aging I hope our goverment value his contribution to our nation then, any ways thanks for the reply
@timmeh0910 (1169)
• United States
2 Nov 06
I've never seen one, but I do think that it should go into mass production.
• United Arab Emirates
2 Nov 06
well you better be lols I have seen it before when I was a kid in our place int the Philippines and many Americans and other nation came to that to buy the technology and make patent for it but the main inventor resist it and stay it a secret and want our govt to push through with it but nothing happens my god its nineteen eighties since heinvented it hes old now and the govt still do nothing to it.