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Nov 26, 2016
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Iranian Scientist Unveils Water-Fueled Car

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Source: Press TV (Iran)

Iranian scientist Alaeddin Qassemi has unveiled his new invention: a water-fueled car. According to a November 27 Press TV report, Qassemi's car can travel 900 kilometers in 10 hours. In the report, Qassemi is seen drinking from a hose, before filling the tank of his Peugeot car.


Captions: "Iranian Scientist Alaeddin Qassemi unveiled his new invention: a car that he says is powered by water. The car can run on 60 litres of water and is able to travel up to 900 kilometers in 10 hours. The power is generated after H2O is split into hydrogen and oxygen which react chemically to produce energy. The car's engine only produces water vapor, causing next to zero air pollution. Qassemi said his invention has been internationally registered."

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