Claims Cars Can Run on Tap water
September 29, 2000
If OPEC, fuel taxes and who's doing what to whom is making your head spin,
take heart. An American inventor has come up with a power generator that
can run on ordinary tap water. In tests, the generator operated for forty
hours running on nothing except tap water. The inventor, Dan Maarsman,
believes his invention will allow automobiles to get about two hundred
miles per tankfull -- of water! He says his kit 'can convert a lawnmower
or an airplane' from gasoline to water power. The kit is expected to cost
about $1500.00 and works by separating hydrogen from the oxygen in water.
The kit may run into some snags from government regulators around the
planet, however. They're still working on ways to tax water, but we can
expect them to develop a system soon. If they can't come up with a
workable plan, well, Maarston won't be the first inventor of alternative
fuel sources who met with a nasty accident.