Are you fed up with 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 must struggle more and more to fill your tank, which you probably have to do to put bread on the table. Does a motor vehicle necessarily have to run on gasoline, or can it be adapted to another, superior method?
Through the years many products have been tested, but given that they infringe on oil revenue, the tests have been halted. A simple peek at the gas gauge is enough to make everyone wish for a less expensive way to run their car. Now, you’ve quite possibly seen the ads on the web for vehicles that run on water. A terrible joke – or perhaps actuality? Water consists of hydrogen, and some visionary car manufacturers are doing R&D on cars powered by hydrogen.
As we understand from nature, water is a literal powerhouse, so picturing a car run on the conversion of hydrogen and oxygen through water pressure is not that difficult. This isn’t just some far-away aspiration, but is already a reality, despite the fact that these cars haven’t been presented to the public, yet. It took over twenty years of improvement before the electric car was prepared for widespread sales to the public. Currently, there is more than a year’s waiting list for the Smart Car of America, which works just on electric energy. It’s dead certain that fuel cars are a hangover from the past – people really want something else.
There was a time when gas as well as natural gas were cheap forms of energy, one for the car and the other for the house. The price of both forms of energy has grown on a constant basis, while simultaneously pollution has increased dramatically. The guys who get blamed a great deal, because they drew our attention to the problem, are the environmentalists, but actually we should thank them because our air is a lot better than it would have been otherwise. Despite all of the insults and taunts tossed at them, these guys stuck to their guns and made sure that we continued to have clean air as well as water. The addition of ethanol to gas causes it to operate cleaner, and who do we have to thank due to this breakthrough but these folk. We have to do much more, though, because oil prices, substantial as they are already, keep going up, and the significant portion of our oil needs are met by foreign suppliers.
If a car that runs on hydrogen and the burning of oxygen started to be a reality, that would diminish our dependence on foreign oil suppliers and possibly bring about that blissful state where we didn’t need them at all. It must seem like something from beyond the realms of practicality, but exactly how good would it be if a car ran on simple tapwater? Experiments are presently being conducted on cars powered by way of hydrogen, by both Chevy and Ford motor companies. Whenever they finally get introduced years from now, the waiting list for their new hydrogen driven vehicle will likely be miles long .