A salt-water powered motorbike

Japanese inventor, Masahide Ichikawa says he's invented a motorbike that only needs salt water as fuel.

Using some sort of solar-powered heater attached to the bike, Ichikawa evaporates salt water and creates sodium metal. Inside the bike, the sodium metal and water are mixed, creating a chemical reaction that apparently powers the bike’s engine like a fuel.

Japan Probe didn't go into specifics such as how fast the motorbike can reach or how long the sodium fuel lasts, but this is a breakthrough.

If Ichikawa's salt water-powered motorbike is what it claims to be, then it really will help to cure Global Warming. Imagine how much less polluted our streets would be and how cheap the salt-water fuel.

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Via - Japan Probe

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