Do you care about the cost of fuel? Or pollution?
Archie Blue, from Christchurch, New Zealand, was both a professional athlete in his younger years and an avid inventor. In the 1970s he wanted to find a way to provide heat or cooking fuel for a camper by converting water into combustible hydrogen and oxygen. But he ended up with a device that produced enough gas to run a motor vehicle. He patented it and demonstrated it publicly and before experts.
For this he was featured in the book “Suppressed Inventions & Other Discoveries”. He said he was offered big money for his invention, which he refused. He died of old age, and as of the time of this writing, his invention has never been marketed.
We have published the first book ever written on the history of running cars on water. We’re offering a copy of his interviews. If you would like to receive a copy, which includes a DVD of water fuel device inventor interviews, and a link to plans, send $22.00 (US) or $25.00 (intl) either to:
Water Fuel Museum
P.O. Box 55558
Lexington KY 40555
Paypal acct: firstname.lastname@example.org