So, I found this link somehwere (I think it was some google adds or something).
I followed it out of pure curiosity, and now I'm trying to figure out if the website is a joke or for real. And if it's for real, then what's the catch with the product/technology. At some point they imply that it's a perpetuum mobile. That you can run your car solely on water. But considering that you're supposed to use the electricity from your car's batery to separate the water, and then use the burning to move the car AND the generator to refill the baterry. That's a little far our. That's more than perpetuum mobile, that's actually generating more energy than you put in. And all this for $60 in off-the-shelf parts and however much they want for the "instructions".
Wiki says that the water engine schemes are mostly frauds. But according to the Fox News clip on the website, the US government is taking that guy seriously (don't mind the stupid news caster that doesn't have a clue about the news she's reporting about). So, what gives? Anybody have any thoughts on this?
Website: hoax or real? Tech: hoax or real?