Cars Powered by Salt Water?

The following article from Switzerland is a couple of years old, but still of interest, given the intensifying climate debate.

Many thanks to Hellequin GB for translating this post from Claudio Graf’s blog:

Salt water as fuel… is a reality

That is actually the alternative, which should have been made public a long time ago and whereupon everyone would wake up and of course the sleeping would finally leave. The whole elite s*** of wind turbines, e-mobiles (with dirty and too little electricity) solar energy, CO2 lies, climate lies, abuse of young people (schoolchildren and children like Greta Thunberg) would finally end.

With this, the NWO goals are finally torpedoed by an efficient solution, the rip-off for the climate hype ended, the fear of sovereignty and existence without authorization, but people should and can finally learn to think in terms of solutions.

Source: nanoflowzell, Focus2018

We have to see one thing: it may not work without sacrifice, but better an “end with sacrifice than a horror without end.”

In 2.8 seconds to 100km/h, electrically operated, a range of 600 kilometers, thanks to salt water. Sounds like science fiction, but it’s already a reality. The Quant e-sports sedan from nanoFlowcell AG, which was presented at the 84th Geneva Motor Show, makes it possible. And best of all: it is even TÜV-tested [the safety standards authority] and therefore approved in the EU. But why is this car not even mentioned in the climate discussion? This car would make the oil industry almost redundant. The established auto industry doesn’t like the e-sports sedan either. What sounds like science fiction could already revolutionize electric mobility today.

The fact that electric cars are enjoying ever greater popularity is nothing new. The global demand for electrically powered cars has never been as high as in recent years, which is certainly not least due to the diesel scandal. More and more people now know that electric cars are not really as sustainable as we have been told for years. However, unlike the widespread lithium-ion technology that is used in conventional electric cars, the manufacturer of the Quant e-sports sedan uses an innovative, specially developed flow cell battery called “nanoFlowcell®”.

The nanoFlowcell®, developed in our own research center in Zurich, represents a quantum leap for the automotive industry. “We are very fast, fully committed, we push our limits and are a bit ahead of our time,” says Nunzio La Vecchia, technical director of nanoFlowcell AG, who thought up, developed and built the prototype.

nanoFlowcell® — the powerful and mobile further development of flow cell technology As early as 1976, NASA had the principle of the flow cell patented.

But the innovation, which was intended as an alternative storage technology, did not make a revolutionary breakthrough. Due to the supposedly low-energy density of the electrolytes in salt water, no further efforts were put into the technology and it was abandoned by NASA. Nunzio La Vecchia, however, believed in the potential of flow cell technology and continued to do research until, sixteen years later, he finally achieved the breakthrough with nanoFlowcell.

“With the nanoFlowcell® we have succeeded for the first time in reducing a flow cell to the size of a briefcase and at the same time increasing the energy density of the electrolytes tenfold. With the development of the nanoFlowcell®, flow cell technology becomes powerful and mobile — nanoFlowcell® opens up completely new technical perspectives for a large number of applications,” explains the manufacturer of the same name.

The unbelievable advantages of this technology: environmental friendliness, durability, higher efficiency

The so-called “cold combustion”, a chemical process within the flow cells, releases energy and can thus be converted into electricity. As the word “cold combustion” suggests, the heat generated is so low that there are no exhaust gases at all. Furthermore, the electrolyte density in salt water is much higher and therefore more efficient, does not wear out and stores the energy. The cells can then be disposed of easily and in an environmentally friendly manner. All that is required to charge the nanoFlowcell® is the replacement of the electrolyte liquid in the tanks, which, according to the manufacturer, only takes about four minutes, but above all it is significantly cheaper than refueling internal combustion engines.

Speaking of charging: In contrast to a lithium-ion battery system, which survives around 1,000 charging cycles, the nanoFlowcell® does not show any loss of power even after ten times as many charging processes. This would correspond to a range of around 10,000,000 kilometers and thus far exceed the service life of a modern automobile.

Even for the production of the nanoFlowcell® or the electrolyte solution, no rare earth or precious metals are used. Instead, all raw materials can be obtained sustainably, used without hesitation and disposed of in an environmentally friendly manner. The entire NanoFlowcell® system is also very reliable and requires little maintenance, as apart from the electrolyte pumps it has no moving parts. The only drawback: so far there is no infrastructure for filling the tanks. There is not yet a single public gas pump.

The environmental revolution: This technology opens up a range of new, exciting possibilities

The energy management of wind power and solar systems already uses flow cell technology. However, according to nanoFlowcell AG, the flow cell drive could also bring about a groundbreaking revolution in shipbuilding. In the future, there would be no more black, environmentally harmful smoke from the chimneys of the large ships, but only harmless steam. As self-sufficient systems, houses could generate their own electricity. All that is needed is to fill the electrolyte tanks regularly. The aviation industry and rail transport could also be revolutionized.

Solutions at hand for decades, but lobbying tries to prevent it

It’s just hard to understand, and frankly hard to believe, that NASA stopped researching flow cell technology due to a lack of interest or expertise. Other technologies, such as hydrogen-powered cars, have not yet caught on, although we have known about them for decades. They are not even mentioned in the current climate debate.

Instead, measures are adopted that drive several thousand people to starvation every year. It can be assumed that the automotive industry has a great, especially financial, interest in slowing down alternative technologies, because it is difficult to make money from low-maintenance and low-wear cars.

Then there is the oil lobby, which has been investing in the automotive industry for almost 100 years, because only heavier, more powerful, more consumption-intensive internal combustion engines bring in money. It is to be hoped that environmentally friendly, alternative technologies for energy generation, such as the nanoFlowcell®, will be ready for series production and, at best, will be promoted by politics.

In a few years’ time, road traffic can be steady, fast and extremely environmentally friendly.

“Two thirds of our planet is covered with water and more than 97% of the total water balance is made up of salt water. The reserves are available and can also be produced artificially. Water becomes speed and future in one. Water is life. Water is progress. And as Bruce Lee wisely summed up his philosophy of life: ‘Empty your mind, be formless. Shapeless, like water. If you put water into a cup, it becomes the cup. If you put water into a bottle, it becomes the bottle. You put it in a teapot, it becomes the teapot. Now, water can flow or it can crash. Be water, my friend.” (Quote from Anna Lazarescu).

Afterword from the translator:

For this technology to be made available, the whole of the global social, commercial and political elite would need to be eliminated. Lets face it, they would rather KILL human beings while making money than actually save the planet for all.

6 thoughts on “Cars Powered by Salt Water?

  1. Cliff notes: “We ‘have’ this really cool tech, beyond what we’ll have in this lifetime, and we’ll share it with you…but first you have to eliminate everyone that doesn’t really matter in the first place”.

    Hell…sign me up and give me the list.

  2. The Germans had a methane powered VW Beetle during WWII but you wouldn’t want to be driving behind it.
    Maybe Greta T (It’s a boy baby!) will power one with her blah blah hot air.

  3. I don’t know but maybe we were looking at the “battery technology” from the wrong angle? Maybe it is possible to make a battery with a flowing electrolyte – a small cell with charged electrolyte flowing through that cell, discharging electricity, without degrading the positive and negative plates?

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