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Man Rides 310 Miles on 1 Litre Of Polluted River Water Instead Of Gas

Motorcycle modified for polluted river water

Posted by: Jack Murphy  |@NeonNettle
 on 11th December 2016 @ 7.54pm
the    t power h20    motorcycle was created by sao paulo based public officer ricardo azevedo and can even be powered on polluted river water © press
The ‘T Power H20’ motorcycle was created by Sao Paulo-based public officer Ricardo Azevedo and can even be powered on polluted river water.

A mechanic from Brazil could well be on his way to starting a worldwide energy revolution by modifying his motorcycle that uses water instead of gas for fuel, lets hope he doesn't 'disappear'.

The motorbike can travel 310 miles with just 1 litre of polluted river water! Yes, you heard that right.

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The Daily Mail Reports: The ‘T Power H20’ motorcycle was created by Sao Paulo-based public officer Ricardo Azevedo and can even be powered by polluted river water.

The design features a combination of water and a single external car battery, which is used to produce electricity and separate hydrogen from the water molecule.

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