Water fuel cells dont be fooled

Water Fuel Cells – Don’t Be Fooled

The implications of water fuel cells can be exciting for most of us. If we could replace the traditional combustion engine with a clean running water based cell, we could literally change almost everything politically and financially connected to oil. Moreover, we could change the rate at which we are destroying the planet.

There is a great deal of high level science that is applied to the development of water fuel cells. To break it down into laymen’s terms, water would be used as a combustion fuel replacement by conducting initial electricity and then breaking down into water’s two main components. The hydrogen would act as a fuel and the oxygen would be a clean emission.

Science did not initially embrace the idea of water fuel cells, which were conceptualized and implemented in part by a scientist of the name of Stanley Allen Meyer. The concept was sound, but the scientific community was dead set on debunking his research and applications, which they successfully did.

Over the past few years, it has become painfully obvious that the discrediting of Meyer was not necessarily the best use of scientific resources, as water fuel cells may very well hold the answer for cars of tomorrow. Some experts believe that so much time and energy was put into discrediting Meyer because there would be significant oil based implications of a financial and political nature between us and the Middle East.

A recent shift in idealism has brought the water fuel cells back on the table. Unfortunately, Meyer passed away in 1998 and was not here to see his work brought back to life. The shift is an obvious and desperate realization that our current production of pollutants from our combustion vehicles and our need for oil independence is wearing on our economic, environmental, and ecological health.

Combustion engines are responsible for the vast majority of ground level ozone and other pollutants. Water fuel cells could eliminate the continued production of ground level ozone that we battle on a daily basis. Tighter emission laws have yet to restrict emissions enough to safely reduce ground level ozone, which kills more than 2000 people prematurely on an annual basis.

As we look toward our future and the future of our cars and trucks, we need to see developments like water fuel cells in order to ensure that we will still have a planet to live on in the coming generations. We need to reduce our dependence on Middle Eastern oil in order to have a more cohesive existence with the rest of the world. Such developments would change our world in ways we have yet to even imagine.

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