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Japanese invent H2O water powered car

  • Harlekin
  • uploaded: Jun 13, 2008
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Jun. 13 - Japanese company Genepax presents its eco-friendly car that runs on nothing but water.

The car has an energy generator that extracts hydrogen from water that is poured into the car's tank. The generator then releases electrons that produce electric power to run the car. Genepax, the company that invented the technology, aims to collaborate with Japanese manufacturers to mass produce it.

Have you ever wondered why H2O water powered cars have never been marketed by U.S companies? Maybe the word OIL comes to mind!

Now the Japanese are marketing H2O cars. Please don't tell me that America will be buying H2O cars from Japan, when this simple technology has been available for decades!!!

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  • Eeeeeee#

    Eeeeeee May 3, 2011 8:28:37 PM CEST

    Oil Companies & The NWO Provoked TheJapan EarthQuake Using HAARP. To Try ToStop This Technology.

  • Rckrstmr#

    Rckrstmr August 17, 2009 2:43:04 AM CEST

    This technology has been around since the early seventies. The invetor, who sold the copy-rights to some big American oil corporation suddenly and mysteriously disappeared without a trace. Not so much as an investigation, or even a follow-up story. And the very idea of "A car that could run on water" has been mocked by the media at every opportunity for the last 3 decades. Now they're trying to come up with "Alternative fuels" that they can profit from, like hydrogen (which anyone with a battery can extract from water), Or ethanol(from CORN!).

  • Iam3d#

    Iam3d July 5, 2009 2:45:47 PM CEST

    boat and ships fuel tanks could be vastly reduced in size there by increasing cargo payload, many benefits for submersibles as well.No more oil spills!

  • Dvafp#

    Dvafp May 24, 2009 7:53:11 PM CEST

    these type of cars should be mandatory within cities.

  • Wwizman#

    Wwizman May 12, 2009 7:06:42 PM CEST

    Wonder when I can buy one? If this is for real, the oil companies are in for a big kick in the ass.

  • TheDuck#

    TheDuck April 13, 2009 7:20:55 PM CEST

    and jesus 32,000 views and only 9 ratings come on peeps rate

  • TheDuck#

    TheDuck April 13, 2009 7:20:11 PM CEST

    anyone who says it won't work because of the electrolysis principle are ill informed and have not researched! Theduck the theory is there though it even shows us in the cross circles people have called it a water sphere split H2o which give 2 H's oxygen floating around you capture the energy from these splitting atoms and hey presto power then the two H's simply recombine to form H2O and the process begins again marvelous.

  • Subho#

    Subho April 7, 2009 11:29:52 AM CEST

    Wow, it's really cool car.Wanna see more cool videos like that click on http://www.uploaded.tv" title="www.uploaded.tv" rel="external nofollow">www.uploaded.tv

  • Elnorel#

    Elnorel January 22, 2009 12:16:58 AM CET

    OverthrowthenwoTechnicaly you would be correct. But your statement fails concidering electrolysis takes way more energy to split water than you gain from the actualy combustion of the product.What is novel about the approach is how you electrolize. Conventional (textbook) means simply are nowhere near sufficient. I can immagine pulsed DC being used by some frequency that would excite water molecules at a resonant frequency in order to scale up the force.

  • Scratchca#

    Scratchca December 18, 2008 3:20:16 AM CET

    Stan Meyers did this before he died, it\'s electrolysis using radio frequency that\'s tuned to split hydrogen from water very efficiently. Bad news is, it\'s a disruptive technology that will cause much economic turmoil to existing revenue streams. No surprise if you do some research on the subject.

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