In 1998, a Valencian
professor made an amazing claim. Professor Antonio Cervilla
discovered how to use water as a substitute for petrol.
scientist said that you could drive from Bilbao to Valencia on
just half a litre of water. His invention uses a molybdenum
compound to break down water into hydrogen and oxygen. Unlike
other methods, no electricity is required and the reaction
happens at atmospheric temperature.
impressive technology is based on the way plant enzymes break
down water. The use of molybdenum is the perfect choice because,
although rare, it is cheap and found all around the planet.
claims were made, nothing more has been heard about this
fabulous technology. There is no explanation for the
disappearance anywhere on the internet, apart from a list of
similar inventions which have also vanished. An inventor from
the Philipines called Daniel Dingel developed a water-fuelled
car but was arrested at the age of 82 and sentenced to 20 years
technology were to become widely available, it would prove
disastrous for petrol station owners and would also save the
planet from the impending environmental catastrophes being
caused by pollution.