In 1976 during the oil crisis Stanley Meyer created a car that runs on water based on the principle of splitting water atoms into its elemental form, burning hydrogen to create energy and releasing oxygen generating no emissions.
Meyer claimed his vehicle was able to travel 112 miles with just 4 litres of water and nothing else.
This car could easily go 1000+ miles per tank on something that costs hardly anything which must have sounded truly magical and that’s exactly when his troubles started.
Stanley had previously stated that he had been threatened many times by representatives from oil companies from around the world and then he mysteriously died..
You know how I love these stories when normal people invent something huge and system breaking, and then all the sudden they drop dead.
Did Stanley die because he knew how to turn water into fuel? It’s up to you to decide.