Could Your Grandchildren’s Car Be Powered By Salt Water?

If this research bears fruit; salt water could be the next generation of fuel:

Dr. Roy said the salt water isn’t burning per se, despite appearances. The radio frequency actually weakens bonds holding together the constituents of salt water — sodium chloride, hydrogen and oxygen — and releases the hydrogen, which, once ignited, burns continuously when exposed to the RF energy field. Mr. Kanzius said an independent source measured the flame’s temperature, which exceeds 3,000 degrees Fahrenheit, reflecting an enormous energy output.

As such, Dr. Roy, a founding member of the Materials Research Laboratory and expert in water structure, said Mr. Kanzius’ discovery represents “the most remarkable in water science in 100 years.”

Amazing, isn’t it?!

6 responses to “Could Your Grandchildren’s Car Be Powered By Salt Water?”.

  1. papajoneh Says:

    Wahhh… this is good. To those staying near the sea even better. 🙂

  2. Dabido Says:

    I’m a bit worried about the reporter:
    ‘”This is the most abundant element in the world. It is everywhere,” Dr. Roy said of salt water.’

    Salt water isn’t an element. Hydrogen is an element [most abundant in the Universe], which might be what the Dr was referring too. But sea water? An element? Never!

  3. Site Admin Azmeen Says:


    Or this might be an elaborate scam 😉


    I’m a bit worried about the whole thing!

    After reading the article a few more times over, it’s possible that this whole “accidental discovery” could just be an excuse to get some government funding.

    I do hope that it’s real though, for the sake of our children.

  4. Used Cars Says:

    What a fantastic idea. It would be interesting to see if it could work.

  5. Used Cars Says:

    Good post. It amazes me how car dealers can sell something that depreciates that much the minute you drive it off the forecourt. Give me something 18 months old and I will save a huge packet of money and still get a great deal.

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  6. Luis Elias Says:

    I wonder how much power that radio wave generator consumes. What kind of battery and alterator must a car have to run on salt water? The alternator will probably consume more power than the engine generates. But lets hope they get it to work!