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is there any car that run on water as fuel ??

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  1. anonymous
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    yes ,,, they tried in japan ,,,

  2. anonymous
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    it work as like trains ,,, on steam ,,,

  3. anonymous
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    The steam engine. Early cars were run on these types of engines. I don't know why oil became a primary fuel for cars

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    hmhmhmhmhm ,,,, now fuel is going to finish almost in few years ,,, so they are searching for a new source of energy so they tried on solar energy it work but not 100% success so they tried on water in upcoming 5 years they will launch it officially ,,,

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    Princeton University, working on nitrogen.

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    None that I know of that uses water for FUEL. Many that use water as an intermediate (steam engines, ...). To use it as a FUEL, you would have to have some way to extract energy from untreated water.

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