"Can My Car Run On Water?"

We all hate those crazy gas prices when we go to the station to fill up our Fuel Tank - right? It’s gotten so bad that I’m about to go to a car salvage yard, pick up one of those old cars that get amazing gas mileage, and then drive off in that. That’s how much I’m looking to save money. I don’t even care if I have to fix it up, I think it would be worth it in the end.

Anyway, people are wondering if they can fill up their Fuel Tank with something other than gas - like water. What do you think? Do you think it’s possible or is it just another crazy idea like pillow pets? (PS - I like pillow pets; but some people think it’s just weird). Whether you believe it or not, you can convert your car so that it can run on water only.

Amazing, right? Who would have thought that the water we drink can go in our car and serve as gas?

The whole process of turning plain water into fuel for your vehicle is something that’s merely based in science; if you want to say that it gets you better gas mileage .. then that’s something you have to debate about with a science professor or something.

That plain water that you can get from your kitchen sink is something that can power your car - but some people say that it really may not be all that worth it.

You’re probably thinking. “This is something that can change everything! But is it too good to be true? What’s the main problem?” Here it is: Like all of the other alternative fuel sources that are on this planet, HHO conversion kits are mainly used for onboard cars that tend to have a negative net energy ratio. What this means is that the amount of energy you get out of the entire conversion is actually less compared to what you put in. Here’s an easy way to think about it: if it’s going to take one whole gallon of gas to convert water into the HHO that you need, the total energy output would be equal to one-half gallon of gasoline. Let’s be realistic, you’ve just wasted a whole gallon of gas from your Fuel Tank to simply make a half of gallon of gas.

Here’s another con when it comes to using hydrogen as fuel: different studies that have been done with hydrogen have clearly shown that it can cause brittleness and breakage in metal car engine parts. So if you go to a car salvage yard expecting that they’re going to have better engine parts, I suggest that you don’t waste your time.

There have been some car companies that have already manufactured some electric cars that are designed to run on hydrogen that you pump into the Fuel Tank at your typical gas station. I haven’t really seen any here in California, so I’m guessing they’re in different countries? Or I may not be looking right .. hmm.

Regardless of if you think it’s a good idea or not, it’s most likely going to happen sooner or later. There have been so many other technologies already that have helped our environment and this is just another idea that’s going to make this world a better and healthier place to live in.

Now when you have kids and it’s their turn to buy cars, you can share with them all of the issues that came with buying cars that ran on water (: