1917: John Andrews’ Water Fuel [Patrons Only]

John Andrews

In 1917 during World War I, a man named John Andrews demonstrated his ability to turn water, both fresh or salt, into a fuel that could burn cleanly in a gas powered engine... but by the time the Navy Department finally showed an interest in the invention Andrews had vanished, never to be seen again.

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