Monday, July 28, 2008

Oil, Oil, Oil

Why can’t we move beyond the combustible engine, particularly since this type of engine seems so antiquated having been around since the late 1800's? The burning of fossil fuels ruins our environment so why haven't we invented something new? Its not hard to imagine that commercial transportation companies would be very thrilled to find ways to maximize their profits by investing in alternative fuel solutions at today's staggering fuel prices.

A couple of weeks ago, it was reported that China had a vehicle engine that could run on water, or even salt water. So why haven't our American scientist been trying to find new propulsion technology when the cost of fossil fuel is so expensive that it seems to precluding anyone else, other than energy companies from making a profit?

I went looking for unspecified technology on the world wide web and find some interesting videos over on the YouTube website. Here are a few comparatively fascinating videos that I happened across. This first video says there is proof that cars can run on water.

Proof that a car can run on water- no more gas!

And here is another video that shows an inventor, John Kanzius, a man with a Ph.D. in thermodynamics who was looking for a cure for cancer when he accidentally found a way that produces hydrogen from salt water using radio waves.

Saltwater Energy

Finally we go down-under to Australia to find a couple of inventors who created a no fuel magnetic motor.

On the NEWS Free Energy - No Fuel Magnetic Motor

The words from this last video inform the viewer that the Ausralians want to prevent the patent from being sold overseas, like, you know, to big oil companies who's only interest would be to buy the patent and then shelve the invention permanently. In fact, I think we can be fairly certain that any new energy inventions will undoubtedly come from outside the US. What do you think?

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