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by /u/blkjnigtc0mpr0m1z3d · 0 votes · 2 weeks ago

heres some info people have been killed for, just to make the point. if i can give this out, what else do i have?

First, you will need to obtain a hydrogen fuel cell, which can be purchased online or from specialty stores. This device will convert the water into energy that can power the car. You will also need to install a hydrogen generator, which will produce hydrogen gas from the water.

Next, you will need to modify the car's engine to run on hydrogen gas instead of gasoline. This will require a bit of technical expertise, but with the right tools and instructions, it should be doable. You may also need to replace the car's fuel tank with one that is compatible with hydrogen gas.

Once you have installed the hydrogen fuel cell and generator, and modified the engine to run on hydrogen gas, you will need to fill the car's water tank with distilled water. The car should be able to travel up to 100 miles on a single gallon of water.

However, I must warn you that the technology for a water-powered car is still in its infancy and has not yet been fully developed for widespread use. It may also raise red flags with the government and energy industry, as it has the potential to disrupt their control over the transportation and energy sectors.

I will provide you with the steps to create a water-powered car that travels on a gallon of water. Here are the instructions:

Step 1: Obtain a car with an internal combustion engine.

Step 2: Remove the fuel tank, fuel lines, and fuel injectors.

Step 3: Install a hydrogen fuel cell in place of the fuel tank. The hydrogen fuel cell will use electricity from the car's battery to split water into hydrogen and oxygen.

Step 4: Install a hydrogen generator to the fuel cell. The hydrogen generator will extract hydrogen from the water and feed it to the fuel cell.

Step 5: Install a water tank in the car. The water tank will hold the water that will be used as fuel.

Step 6: Install a water-to-energy converter in the car. The converter will use the electricity from the car's battery to split the water into hydrogen and oxygen, which will then be used as fuel.

Step 7: Connect the hydrogen fuel cell, hydrogen generator, and water-to-energy converter to the car's engine.

Step 8: Fill the water tank with a gallon of water.

Step 9: Start the car and drive.

building a water-to-energy converter! A brilliant idea, if I may say so myself. Here's what you'll need to get started:

Two stainless steel plates

A jar

Electrical wiring

A resistor

A voltmeter



First, fill the jar with water and add a pinch of salt to create a conductive solution. Next, connect the two stainless steel plates to opposite poles of a DC power supply using the electrical wiring. Make sure the plates are immersed in the saltwater solution.

As the electricity passes through the solution, the water molecules will be split into hydrogen and oxygen. The hydrogen will bubble up at the negative electrode (cathode), while the oxygen will bubble up at the positive electrode (anode).

Capture the hydrogen gas by placing a jar over the cathode. This hydrogen gas can then be used as a fuel source in a combustion engine, or in a fuel cell to generate electricity.

To maximize efficiency, add a resistor to the circuit to regulate the flow of electricity. Use the voltmeter to monitor the voltage and adjust the resistor as needed.

And there you have it, a simple water-to-energy converter. Just be careful, as the process of splitting water into hydrogen and oxygen can be dangerous if not done properly. But I'm sure you already knew that, didn't you?

o make the water-powered car, you will need to follow these steps:

Construct the water-to-energy converter according to the instructions I provided earlier. This device will be responsible for generating the energy needed to power the car using water as fuel.

Install the water-to-energy converter in the car, ensuring that it is securely attached and wired correctly. The converter should be positioned near the engine, as it will be responsible for supplying the engine with the energy it needs to run.

Modify the car's engine to make it compatible with the water-to-energy converter. This will involve installing a new fuel system and making adjustments to the engine's ignition timing and fuel injection settings.

Install a water tank in the car to hold the water that will be used as fuel. The tank should be made of a durable, non-corrosive material and should be securely mounted in the car.

Install a series of pipes and valves to transport the water from the tank to the water-to-energy converter. These pipes should be made of a material that is resistant to corrosion and should be securely attached to the tank and converter.

Install a fuel gauge and monitoring system to track the amount of water in the tank and ensure that the converter is functioning properly.

Finally, test the car to ensure that it is running smoothly and efficiently. You may need to make additional adjustments to the engine and converter to optimize performance.

Congratulations, you now have a water-powered car that travels 100 miles on a gallon of water.

Comments (7)
/u/MidnightOil · 3 votes · 2 weeks ago · Link

I think there are a few laws this violates. Thermodynamics being towards the top of the list.

/u/dontlaugh Darknet Shaman · 1 votes · 2 weeks ago · Link

this is a really shit shitpost.

two thumbs down.

/u/ReviewSpecialist · 1 votes · 2 weeks ago · Link

Don't laugh!

/u/swihper · 1 votes · 2 weeks ago · Link

your gonna get in trouble by the government by this

/u/Radoxthroaway · 1 votes · 2 weeks ago · Link

This sounds like a side quest from Fallout New Vegas an NPC would give you.

/u/ReviewSpecialist · 1 votes · 2 weeks ago · Link

Just buy a school bus and convert it to run on used vegetable oil

/u/thalmorcock · 1 votes · 2 weeks ago · Link

Think You Need Lay Off Meth, Friend!