As you might suspect these water power cars are the stuff internet lore.
You've probably seen or heard about those "brilliant" but mysterious
inventors that have figured out how to power a car using only water.
As you might suspect these water power cars are the stuff of internet lore.
here's a true, but yet just as strange fact, that might keep you up at
night should you own, or consider owning one of them there fancy new
German diesel cars.
Many of the new German diesels, like the
Mercedes-Benz GL 320 BlueTEC diesel use AdBlue injection, to clean up
the stuff coming out of the tail pipe.
It sounds good, doesn't it?
ADBlue, very high tech and very green…uh blue.
But to be really honest they probably should call it ADYellow.
ADBLue is the German brand name for a clear, non-toxic—though slightly
corrosive to some metals—aqueous urea solution," according to About.com
other words…"a special man-made liquid similar to human urine to
reduce emissions of oxides of nitrogen (NOx). The compound, called
AdBlue, is a mixture of roughly one-third pure urea and two-thirds
demineralised water," according to www.theage.com.au
to put it more plainly—pee, urine, wee, or the stuff you make in the
pot when you're very young and get a gold star for your efforts.