Water Powered Car Breakthrough Technology

Posted by: P. LaViolette
June 27, 2020
updated July 6, 2020

Walter Jenkins, director of H2 Global, has developed a dune buggy that can run on 99% water instead of gasoline.  He has also created a scooter whose engine runs on water.  Soon he plans to drive a water powered van coast to coast which will be televised on mainstream media.  Information about this amazing development can be found on his website at H2GE.com.  His Global 2020 Technology Report, available from  his website at the top of his homepage, gives a good overview of the technology.

He has also had interest from one aerospace company to test a water powered jet engine based on his technology.  Imagine flying nonstop around the world with no need of fuel stops powered by water extracted from the air!  A definite way to lower air travel costs.  But this technology touches all aspects of our life.  It allows us to convert to a water-hydrogen economy and wean ourselves off the petrochemical fuel economy that currently pollutes the world.  Jenkins technology actually increases oxygen output in the exhaust pipe and has no hydrocarbon, CO, or NOx emissions.  His development is a total revolution.

He talks about all this in his recent video interview posted on his website which is at this link: H2GE.com

For anyone who still doubts that "free energy" is possible, take a look at the video from the lecture I gave in November 2019 at the Global Breakthrough Energy Movement Conference in Breukelen, Netherlands:  https://etheric.com/your-copy-of-paul-laviolettes-lecture-at-the-global-bem-conference/.  Jenkins technology and the air turbine technology developed by Kim Zorzi (https://etheric.com/inventor-kim-zorzi-successfully-reverse-engineers-schauberger-turbine/) could revolutionize our world in the post coronavirus era.

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