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Fuel of the future: Saltwater


Believe it or not, inventor John Kanzius found a way to turn plain saltwater into fuel. Using sound waves at a specific frequency, he made the particles separate and the hydrogen from salt water to be released. Hydrogen burns at an incredible high temperature so this could eventually be an alternative power source.

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They still need alot power to use the radioware generator...
posted by Guest at Friday, February-01-2008 10:28am

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muy bueno gracias :D :clap:
posted by dario at Sunday, November-16-2008 03:29am


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