DANIEL DINGEL, FMR. NASA SCIENTIST, FILIPINO INVENTOR OF WATER-POWERED CAR
Daniel Dingel invented a hydrogen fuel-cell system that converts ordinary water into hydrogen to power an automobile engine. The process splits hydrogen from oxygen, allowing a clean, efficient system for power the vehicle.
One liter of water will run the vehicle for one hour, making it more efficient than petroleum-based fuels, per volume. Some versions of the water-engine are able to use snow, salt-water or rain-water as well as fresh water or water from a kitchen or backyard tap. Dingel has been fighting for 30 years to persuade politicians to back his project and put the cars into production.
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