April 11, 2014 - Throughout history, there have been many wondrous tales of people gifted with the ability to convert one object into another. Greek gods could change shape. King Midas had a golden touch. Alchemists could turn plants into potions strong enough to bend the heart or control the mind.
But those were all just stories.
This is real life, and in real life, the Naval Research Laboratory has announced that they have been able to successfully convert seawater into usable, legitimate fuel.
In a proof of concept test, using the molecularly restructured seawater, they successfully flew a radio-controlled aircraft with an unmodified internal combustion engine. read more>>>