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    Could salt water fuel cars? There may be water, water everywhere and not a drop to drink -- but what if you could substitute ocean water for gasoline? It's a little like alchemy, but it just might work.
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    wooow really nice concept

    but u r really out of the topic after 2 lines
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    Quote Originally Posted by rajaguru View Post
    Could salt water fuel cars? There may be water, water everywhere and not a drop to drink -- but what if you could substitute ocean water for gasoline? It's a little like alchemy, but it just might work.
    How Cars Work | Alternative Fuel Channel
    How Occam's Razor Works It’s elementary, my dear Watson. The simplest explanation is usually the correct one. Or is it? Learn how experts use the principles of Occam's razor to slice through data.
    How Conspiracy Theories Work | How Special Relativity Works
    Would you pay $55 for bottled water? What's the most you would pay for a bottle of water? Plenty of people will pay a few dollars. But a new brand -- Bling H20 -- costs between $40 and $75 per bottle. Why so much?
    How Bottled Water Works | How Vitaminwater Works
    How Car Engines Work It's the reason you can put the pedal to the metal and go from zero to 60 in about eight seconds. The car engine is one of the most amazing machines we use on a daily basis.
    How Horsepower Works | How Champ Cars Work
    If a woman has two wombs, can she get pregnant in both? Last year in Britain, three babies were born from two separate wombs -- inside the same woman. Uterus didelphys -- or a double womb -- is a pretty rare condition.
    How Twins Work | How Pregnancy Works
    How Hummers Work The Humvee started as a vehicle designed to meet the demanding standards of the military. Before long, civilians wanted their own version, and the Hummer was born.
    How Diesel Engines Work | How Four-Wheel Drive Works
    How Murphy's Law Works You're sitting in eight lanes of bumper-to-bumper traffic. All the other lanes seem to be moving. You change lanes. But once you do, the cars in your new lane come to a dead halt. Murphy's Law. What if you fell out of an airplane without a parachute?
    How Pickpockets Work Practiced pickpockets are nimble and intelligent -- and they look just like everyone else. You'd be amazed at how easily they could rob you without you even knowing it.
    How Anti-shoplifting Devices Work | How Passports Work
    How the Dubai Seven-Star Hotel Works Fireballs burst at the entrance and a fountain shoots jets of water into the cavernous, gold-filled atrium. Welcome to the Burj Al Arab -- Dubai's seven-star hotel.
    How Skyscrapers Work | How Passports Work
    How the Bermuda Triangle Works You won't find it on any official map and you won't know when you cross the line, but according to some people, the Bermuda Triangle is a very real place.


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