Are you sick and tired of seeing gas rates continue to increase to where they are almost $4 a gallon? The oil giants are becoming wealthier and wealthier by the day, while you have to struggle more and more to fill your tank, which you probably have to do to put bread on the table. What if there existed another way, a superior way, for you to power your car?
Because of the potentially harmful impact on oil profits, a lot of promising alternatives have not got beyond the testing phase. A simple look at the gas gauge is enough to make anyone wish for a less expensive way to run their car. Now, you’ve possibly seen the ads on the web for vehicles that run on water. Is that a joke, or is there actually the possibility of having a car that works on water? This is truly a possibility being pursued by car manufacturers, with future cars being powered by hydrogen which comes from water.
As we know from nature, water can be a literal powerhouse, so picturing a car run on the conversion of hydrogen and oxygen through water pressure is not that difficult. Cars like this already exist, although the public is definitely not aware of them. It took more than twenty years of improvement before the electric car was prepared for widespread sales to the public. If today you choose the Smart Car of America, which runs on electric energy exclusively, there is a waiting list of over a year. There is surely a need to get rid of gasoline cars for those that run on something different.
Quite some time previously, a conveniently cheap form of energy for cars was petrol, and for houses so was natural gas. Both types have consistently gotten higher, and gas has brought on lots of pollution. The guys who get blamed a whole lot, because they drew our awareness to the problem, are the environmentalists, but in fact we should thank them because our air is a lot better than it would have been otherwise. They made certain that the world’s supply of air and water continued to be relatively clean, but had to endure name-calling and ridicule in the process. We have these people to say thanks to for thinking of adding ethanol to gas to make it work cleaner. However, already astronomical oil rates keep soaring and more has to be done, especially because nearly all of our oil is sourced from abroad.
Imagine cutting out oil from abroad entirely, which would be possible if a car that ran on hydrogen and oxygen combustion was successfully developed. It must appear to be something from beyond the realms of practicality, but exactly how good would it be if a car ran on simple tapwater? Automobiles that can run on hydrogen are already being experimented on by both Ford as well as Chevy. Expect an enormous waiting list whenever their hydrogen-powered vehicles are finally released, many years from now.