The man who invented water-powered car dies in unusual circumstances.
The mass production of a water-powered car would totally revolutionize the world, not only would it make the whole planet a lot greener, it would spark the end of the oil industries reign, and they just won’t let this happen.
The companies who provide earth with most of its power, coal, oil, gas and electricity are among some of the biggest and most powerful on the planet, their influence should not be understated.
The vast amounts of money they make each years means that it is all too easy for them to lobby the government, meaning they have great influence when it comes to laws and other important decisions, this sounds like an industry that you wouldn’t want to mess with.
But scientific advancements have come on so far in such a short space of time, how come we are not seeing great changes to the systems that have been in place for 100 years or do. How come solar and wind energy have not overtaken then fossil fuel business? How come we can send a man into space but we cannot have mass produced clean cars? Some say it’s because the energy industry shuts down these new ideas at every turn.
The case of Stanely Allen Meyer walks the thin line between these new inventions and they way they often seem to be stopped in their tracks. Meyer was one of the first people to invent a water-powered car, although Japanese company Genepax where actually the first ones to patent the idea. They created a car which used water of any kind, a generator splits the water molecules up and the hydrogen atoms are then used to power the car. This idea is genius, why hasn’t it made it into the mainstream?
Stanley’s water-powered car was only picked up my small news outlets but before it even had the chance to make it big, Stanley died in circumstances which can only be described as ‘unusual’.
At a restaurant with his brother, he took a sip of cranberry juice and instantly clutched his throat, after running outside to vomit, his brother followed him. He reports that Stanley said ‘they poisoned me’.
Stanley’s brother Stephen said this was his ‘dying declaration‘ and suspects that some foul play had occurred. Either way, Stanley’s death has put paid to his water-powered car idea until someone else decided to follow through with the idea, although how wise this would be is unsure. A water-powered car would be the death-knell for so many high powered multi billion dollar industries, it is hard to see how they are ever going to let it happen.