Salt water as fuel?

October 2, 2007 at 7:54 pm | Posted in Strange, Technology, Transportation | 1 Comment

An American researcher exploring cancer treatments with radio waves accidentally discovers a way to turn salt water into fuel – as is. Evidently the radio waves break the Hydrogen and Oxygen bonds and it ignites, although theres some debate about that. Some suggest there is not enough energy to break the bonds. A paper towel wick burns but is not consumed.

An article with skeptics: 

Another scientist verifies it:
The discovery is “the most remarkable in water science in 100 years”

Be curious to see where this one goes.  Someone has already reserved a whole bunch of domain names around the concept. (to sell)  Stan Meyers brother has gone low key after Stan’s poisoning death around his water fueled engine last year. (different technology)

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