When a piece of metal alloy was dropped into the electrolyte mixture, hydrogen
instantly began to form at an amazing rate. The hydrogen gas traveled to a main
tube, and from there straight to the carburetor.
A company representative pulled a rope to start the motor, and after a couple of
tries, the motor caught and continued running. We watched the motor run for
twenty minutes or so (it was really cold, with the doors open in the Toronto
January winter, so we decided that twenty minutes was enough "proof of
concept"). This engine, using water and salt as the primary fuel, and metal
alloy as a catalyst, was definitely running!
According to the company's representative, this metal alloy is so inexpensive
that an engine can run for four hours on a piece that would cost about half a
It is also noteworthy that, according to the man we spoke with, seawater could
be used directly as the primary fuel, thus eliminating the need for added salt.
I was there with Michael Ballin, who works with Rolling Arts TV, a television
channel in Los Angeles that supports the Antique, Hot Rod, and Racing Car
industry and sees automobiles as an art form. So the video footage that you will
be able to watch (see link at the end of this article) was shot by Michael for
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