Driving on Water

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Can water power a car? Denny Klein seems to believe so. He has invented the water-powered car. According to his website, “electricity from your car's battery can separate water into a gas called HHO (2 Hydrogen + 1 Oxygen). HHO, also called Brown's Gas or Hydroxy, burns smoothly and provides significant energy – while the end product is just H2O.” Unlike bio-diesel, whose conversion is only possible in diesel engines, Kline’s hydroxy-fueled cars can be easily converted on standard gas powered vehicles. Perhaps soon we’ll all be driving on water.



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