Man Runs Car on Pure Water and Sun

Clean burning renewable energy is here with hydrogen fuel cell solar combination. Please read the original blog post in which this appeared for the full context: www.markjoyner.name And the controversial follow up post here: www.markjoyner.name
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25 Responses to “Man Runs Car on Pure Water and Sun”

  • xXDeathbysnusnuXx says:

    24 people work for oil companies

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  • bushsuxcheney says:

    The ideal design in my opinion would be to have an electric plugin (as a last resort option) car with as much photovoltaic ThinFilm (invented by Stan Ovshinsky who also invented of battery for the EV1 electric car) laminated on its body as possible that would generate electricity for the batteries and the hydrogen that would be used as fuel for the generator to keep batteries at full charge or use the car as a power station!
    Interesting how both Stans are from Ohio!

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  • pochopaz7381 says:

    Wouldnt it be more efficient to just connect the solar power directly to the car?

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  • FoobarSG says:

    Please don’t say “clean burning”. The fuel cell does not burn the hydrogen. If chemically recombines it with oxygen.

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  • rubikfan1 says:

    plz say it runs on hydrogen, and not on water morron. know the differents, water:H2O hydrogen H2

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  • Harry Wilson says:

    Thumbs down this video to keep the lie going! ;)

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  • Aaron Hanks says:

    hyde was right :D

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  • djrouge09 says:

    AND IT RUNS ON WATER, MAN!!!!!

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  • brandon hamson says:

    gas costs money bitch!

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  • 900strike says:

    thats true but could you imagine a water and hydogen station b00m!

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  • 900strike says:

    there should be a machine that makes things bigger so toys like that will become normal car size

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  • hearmytruck says:

    Do you know how explosive hydrogen is? You would be literally driving a mobile bomb!

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  • drufan says:

    here’s the problem, if every car in the united states ran on hydrogen fuel cells and every gas station in the US used these solar powered hydrogen production methods it wouldn’t even come close to producing the amount of hydrogen needed to power every car… thats why gas is still being used it’s the cheapest method possible, the thing is as we use more gas it becomes more expensive so in 10 years or so this will actually be a viable method of powering our cars along with algea of course!

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  • MaxWeitzel says:

    Everything costs alot of money when it is first introduced…that is why it needs to be perfected and mass produced to be more affordable. Would you rather buy a gallon of gas for $3.50 or whatever it costs, or be able to make your own fuel?

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  • jnwpse says:

    As long as your fine with the smell of french fries coming out of your car and a lot of times into your car as well, fast food oils are great on giving energy. There is also a way to grow gas in your backyard using amoeba. Not sure how it works, but when I seen it , it looked like it wouldsoon take over the bio industry by storm. Google joule unlimited. I think that was the name of the company.

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  • METALMAN4Wii says:

    No problem btw if you have Netflix watch a movie called Fuel. it’s a great Documentary and they talk about Hydrogen…!

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  • GanjaMunchman says:

    Thank you for your explaining. :)

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  • METALMAN4Wii says:

    Yes there was some Hydrogen cars back several years ago. but they were just being tested and the fuel was twice that of regular oil. so you see why they didn’t catch on personally I think Bio-Fuel Aka Veg Oil is the way to go. just what the Fast Food Places/Restaurants dumb out could account for half. the other half we can get from corn that’s not safe for humans to eat which happens alot with companies that use to much pesticides…..!

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  • METALMAN4Wii says:

    Are you in Seattle…..?

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  • imapieface says:

    I have no idea. I actually have the exact same car, but i got it as a gift from my grandfather. But he’s dead…so i can’t really ask him.

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  • mattymuck says:

    what the ….? Are you really that inferior or are you trolling? It would seem you can not even comprehend my words, so why bother to justify myself.

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  • Ramiromasters says:

    Is this a joke?
    Common man, who pays you to post this 5 year old questions?
    And for those 5 year old out there:
    If you save a bit of energy over a long time, later you can use lots of it in a short time, to move something big like a car!

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  • Ramiromasters says:

    Is this a joke?
    Common man, how pays you to post this 5 year old questions.
    And for those 5 year old out there:
    If you save a bit of energy over a long time, later you can use lots of it in a short time, to move something big like a car!

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  • mattymuck says:

    Oh yeah dude, you got me. Oil companies are obsessed with stopping scams. Wow you’re from America? And I thought English was your second language. Tell me this then if it is so “proof”, why would you bother to convert the energy gained from the sun into a hydrogen fuel cell? When you can use an electric motor powered directly via the sun which will not weigh down the car with a fuel cell and cause inefficient energy transformations.

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  • Ramiromasters says:

    You work for an Oil company?
    I have seen you posting only negative stuff in already proof technology.
    Are you obsessed with this videos just to trash them?

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