A car that runs on only salt water is allowed onto public roads in Germany

Dear Henry,
The question is, can someone adapt this technology into a home free energy generator unit, where you just add salt water?  This could help massively equalise the world and take away genuine injustice and inequality. No more electricity bills, and  it would transform the world
Best wishes Adam
 
 
Nanoflowcell has developed the world’s first saltwater-powered electric car – the Quant e-Sportlimousine – it just received approval for testing in Europe! The futuristic gull-winged vehicle runs on a special type of gasoline that is made from salt water, and it’s now street-legal on public roads in Germany. According to Nanoflowcell, the Quant e-Sportlimousine can accelerate from 0-62 mph in a blazing 2.8 seconds and it has a driving range of up to 373 miles.

The Quant e-Sportlimousine was originally unveiled earlier this year at the Geneva Motor Show, where it met criticism from skeptics – but now that it’s been approved to drive on public roads, there’s renewed interest in the saltwater-powered vehicle. How does it work? An electrochemical reaction is created by combining two liquids with metallic salts that act as an electrolyte. These solutions are then sent to afuel cell, creating electricity that is stored in super capacitors and sent to the the Quant e-Sportlimousine’s four electric motors.

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