Iranian Scientist Designs Engine Powered Entirely By Water

Imagine being able to fill up your car's tank with water from the hose. Well that's exactly what Iranian scientist Alaeddin Qassemi claims to have done. He unveiled his new invention, an engine that he claims is powered entirely by water. According to the inventor, the car can run on 15 gallons of water and is able to travel up to 560 miles in 10 hours with his engine. The power is generated after H2O is split into hydrogen and oxygen which react chemically to produce energy. Qassemi claims the car's engine only produces water vapour, causing next to zero air pollution and that a liter of water in his engine can generate some 96 megajoules of energy while a liter of gasoline produces only 29 megajoules. Qassemi, who is a member of Iran's National Elites Foundation (INEF), noted that his invention has been internationally registered.

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