Genepax! the Japanese have Done it Again
Genepax a Japanese company, recently revealed in Osaka an electric powered car that can run on any type of water (you can even use tea and soda...etc). The car can run for an hour at about 50 miles per hour on just a liter of water; about 2 cans of soda worth. As long as a bottle of water is on hand, that is how long the car will run. Genepax will truly change the world as we know it which is ironic since the media is giving hardly any coverage to such a world changing event; I am sure conspiracy theorists will have plenty to say about this. Unlike other electric cars, the Genepax car does not require that batteries be recharged and has no emission. The water electrical generator is located in the back of the car and when water is poured it is then broken down in order to create electricity to power the car. Imagine what such a generator could do to the oil industry, the nuclear plants and the electrical grid; it wont be pretty for them. Of course the prices of such a car along with other hydrogen model vehicles are well beyond the means of the average consumers so far. Any new technology when first introduced is astronomical in price, but as more manufacturers catch on to the new idea, the price slowly but surely comes back down to earth.
But what can consumers that are sick and tired of having their wallets emptied at the pump do in the meantime except drive less? There are a number of products that can turn your gas guzzling automobile into one that can run on alternative power for a price that most can well afford.
La voiture à eau de la sciété japonaise Genepax peut rouler pendant une heure à la vitesse de 50 miles/heure (80 km/h) avec un litre d'eau.