In June last year, everyone may have heard the buzz about a japanese water car. The buzz was about Genepax, a company from Japan who had claimed that they invented a revolutionary system that splits water into hydrogen and oxygen and then uses a fuel cell to recombine it and generate electricity. That electricity would have driven a car, fact that they demonstrated in front of the press at that time.
They even had youtube videos showing their core technology at work, how water is being fed to the system and then recycled back to its source. It was a nice hope for the auto industry, although some claimed it was some kind of hoax.
Well, the naysayers must be happy now, that the company has closed its gates. I don’t know for sure this wasn’t a hoax, but with so many public appearances and demonstrations, I don’t see many possibilities that it was. More, so many discussion groups over the internet experiment water splitting devices, with no intention of selling them to anyone, but to make their lifes better and save their pockets’ contents.
Anyway, conspiracy or non-conspiracy, after Stan Meyer’s (another well-mediatized water car inventor) odd death, we have an additional reason to believe that there’s a certain policy ruling the world, policy that won’t allow anyone make breakthrough changes, and even if they’re demonstrated to work, they will be probably categorized as scams, or someone will silently shut them down.
Genepax is down, people! And that’s sad to hear…